We need better debates!

It seems like it is a hobby with Republicans: the incessant whining about how the media treats them unfairly.  Of course, when liberal bias is defined as a journalist not parroting Republican talking points, of course, there's going to be bias.  Lately, the whining has been about how the debate moderators have been asking "gotcha"... Continue Reading →

Was Ben Carson caught fibbing?

I guess I should be glad that I made my bull snot meter graphic.  I have a feeling that I am going to use it many times in the course of the next year. Anyways, during the debate on Wednesday, Ben Carson was asked a question about his involvement with a controversial product.  His response... Continue Reading →

Bad optics for the NFL

Is it me or has the NFL become fine obsessed? DeAngelo Williams was fined for having "find the cure" on his eye black. William Gay was fined for wearing purple cleats. Cam Heyward was fined for having "Iron Head" on his eye black. Gay's fine is somewhat understandable.  Based on the actions of some of... Continue Reading →

Has Hillary flip flopped again?

In a recent interview, Hillary Clinton has said that she would allow banks to fail in a situation similar to what we had in 2008. When Colbert turned his questioning to Wall Street reform, he asked directly if Clinton were president, "and the banks are failing, do we let them fail?" "Yes. Yes, yes, yes,... Continue Reading →

Good apples in blue

Well, I am going to do something politically incorrect.  I'm going to point out a case where police officers were caught performing an act of kindness. Recognizing the family was down on their luck, Gower and Hawkins decided to buy the girls — ages 1, 3 and 4 — car seats instead of ticketing the... Continue Reading →

Another bad apple in blue?

So, we have yet another case of where a police officer is being accused of being heavy handed. A South Carolina police officer in Richland County slammed a girl to the ground and dragged her out of a high school classroom, sparking outrage Monday night when videos filmed by students surfaced on social media. Though... Continue Reading →

Was the purpose of Benghazi to bring Clinton down?

If it was, it appears to be failing. Buoyed by what most analysts proclaimed a victory in the first Democratic Presidential nomination wannabes debate, an 11-hour Benghazi hearing that even conservatives now believe was a Halloween-monster-sized mistake for Congressional Republicans, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign is going into full gear as the (largely)... Continue Reading →

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