News and opinion from around US-opolis for Friday, April 8, 2011.
- Text: foxisms; Illustration: B. McCue - “Question 67 and 68”...and 69...and... The questions that need to be asked (and plenty of people are asking them) are these... Is this “extreme moderation” on the part of The Huffington Post a deliberate...
News and opinion from around US-opolis for Thursday, April 7, 2011.
I always hated math in high school, mostly because I disliked the teacher; but I need to qualify that and say it was actually "higher maths" I hated - the second year of algebra and trigonometry. Prior to that,...
So the President's running for re-election. That should come as no surprise to anyone. Most Presidents aspire to a second term. Only natural, and we, as Democrats, should be pleased. Whatever you say, he's accomplished a lot - more...
Education reform is the main plank in my platform. The one policy that all others will flow from. It is the most important thing to me. So, how do we begin? A good question. This will be the first controversy in my campaign.
As free market capitalists, Republicans have a primary allegience to this very American system and we will always do all we can to protect it from the serious threats it faces from criticism that's not baseless, regulations that protect people over profits and the tyranny of majority rule over our political system.
News and opinion from around US-opolis for Friday, April 1, 2011.
A quick look at the 'terms of service” for commenting on Huffington could give anyone the impression that they have landed in Wonderland as opposed to Dorothy's Oz.
During one particular political segment, the station played a clip of John Boehner doing one of his “Jobs…Jobs…(It’s all your fault, Mr. President)… Jobs” rants. At that point, a question occurred to me: How many US jobs, now exported, did those three cargo vessels represent?