Weiner: I'm going to rehab! When Weinergate began many speculated how quickly the Congressman would go quietly into that good night.  Republicans seized any chance to knock a player from the other team off the bench and Democrats didn’t want to be forced into the position of investigating one of their own or having to answer questions about what they thought...

Posted on Jun 3 2011 - 1:00am by Harrison
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Did a guy named Weiner send a picture of his weiner to a girl in Oregon and then lie about it?  With some elected officials, like Arnold Schwarzenegger, one’s weiner gets you in trouble (impregnating the maid) but with others (Liberal Representative Anthony Weiner) it’s the, uh, covering up of one’s weiner that gets you into trouble. Weiner’s...

Weiner banned the weiner.  That’s about what happened Tuesday in San Francisco: City lawmakers voted 6-5 Tuesday on an ordinance that would prohibit nudity in most public places. A first offense would carry a maximum penalty of a $100 fine, but prosecutors would have authority to charge a third violation as a misdemeanor punishable by up to a $500 fine and...

The Naked Truth in the Castro The San Francisco Board of Supervisors took up an important issue yesterday… what to do with naked people sitting at restaurant tables. A normal person would think that a city shouldn’t have to pass a law that says Buck Naked shouldn’t be allowed to order his food at a nearby table Al dente but this is San Francisco,...

Posted on Jun 12 2011 - 9:09pm by Harrison
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Posted on Jun 10 2011 - 1:00am by Harrison
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I never found Weinergate that fascinating, but what it does show is the false intimacy Social Media gives people.  Weiner, a middle age, married, elected public official obviously thought he was a 17 year old boy sending Tweets to every hot girl he saw who wouldn’t have talked to him back when he was 17.  But Social Media like Twitter, You Tube, and Facebook...

Posted on Jun 12 2011 - 11:42am by Harrison
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Kirsten Powers: Ignoring how Liberals tolerate misogyny? Two prominent Liberals have examples of hypocrisy slammed in their face, analyze it, disagree with it, yet still identify themselves with it. Why? Everybody is familiar with what the Liberals at NPR did to Juan Williams when he said: But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in...

It is no secret that Michele Bachmann has been on a number of hit lists since her rise from relative obscurity.  Last week many were talking about the Newsweek cover photo that made her look crazy.  Even some Liberals jumped in and defended her such as Jon Stewart and even NOW piped up. Another photo has hit the web that is quite unflattering of Bachmann. Well…...

From the LA Times a roadmap as to how our lovely Democrats in Washington are going to handle the loss in Massachusetts: Over the weekend, Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner of New York told the Wall Street Journal that if Brown wins, Democrats will race to cram the healthcare bill through while fending off Brown. “We’re going to have to finish this bill and then stall the swearing-in as long as possible,” Weiner said. “That’s our strategy, a hurry-up-and-stall strategy.” It’s no way to run a country...

The Democratic Party is filled with all kinds of mixed nuts, wack jobs, hypocrites, and freedom-haters but Michele Bachmann (R) has managed to rise to the top of the Nut O Meter, at least for now. Bachmann (and four others in Congress) said they believed the Muslim Brotherhood was secretly infiltrating the U.S. State Department.  The first person accused was Huma...

Human society changes for two reasons: people and events.  Unlike an event (Pearl Harbor or the Fire of London) which creates one ripple thus echoing through time, a person can, over the course of their life, create numerous ripples which interact with each other spawning virtually unlimited changes. Who is to say what life would have been like had Lyndon Johnson...

Here's to taxing the living crap out of you! An interesting thing happened along the way to the rodeo: Democrats and the Press are “turning” against Obama.  The gun running/backfire-in-your-face/get 200 people killed Fast and the Furious thing might not be getting a lot of coverage but the “green” failure Solyndra is. And about raising...

Posted on Jun 2 2011 - 9:38pm by Harrison
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Rep. Anthony Weiner is joined by Ben Corpus,of Baruch College and student Emily Dorve at the press conference. No data shows college financial aid applications have skyrocketed in hard economic times. Original Filename: 04-14-2009-Weiner004.JPG ...

Governments do not belong in private industry.  In France we saw a recent row play out regarding Renault.  The Renault Clio (a cute economy car) was going to be built outside of France, resulting in some job losses domestically.  Renault was going to shift production to Turkey to save money on labor costs and to improve its bottom line in a very tough automotive marketplace.  The idea was nixed after French President Sarkozy had a vache about it all: Mr Sarkozy had said he had not pumped government money into carmakers for them to...