Monthly Archives: February 2010

Politicians: Represent the people who elected you

As newly elected Senator Scott Brow voted to support the democrats job bill, he had to know that it would infuriorate conservatives, who had recently touted him as the start of a new wave of republicans taking back power. Now … Continue reading


A Hero for the Day

The gunman was walking through a middle school parking lot and taking shots at students with a hunting rifle as terrified teenagers ran for their lives. He had just wounded two students and seemed ready to unleash more violence when … Continue reading


Justice Clinton?

OK guys and gals, here is a thought…What about Hillary Clinton as a Supreme Court Justice? I admit the idea wasn’t mine, I glanced at an article about it a week ago and lost the link. But think about it…The … Continue reading


In the “Stupid Things Schools Do” category…thanks Bryan

  A suburban Philadelphia school district accused of spying on students at home via school-issued computers told parents it only activated the webcams to find missing laptops.     The schools’ technology and security departments would activate the webcam when … Continue reading


Robbery at the winter games

I’m gonna say it. Johnny Weir got jobbed and robbed last night. Put aside his flamboyant over-the-top antics off the rink and on, last night’s performance was fluid, almost flawless, and he deserved a much higher score. Certainly not higher … Continue reading


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RIP: Dick Francis

Writer Dick Francis, famous for his horse racing-based crime novels, has died aged 89, his family has said. Francis, who wrote more than 40 best-selling novels during his career, was also champion jockey in the 1950s Great, … Continue reading


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Hello again

Hey, it’s me….I’m back.  What a weekend.  Olympics.  Daytona 500. it’s like information overload, and it Apollo Anton Ohno isn’t about the luckiest dude around, i don’t know who is. So tell me, what olympic event do you like watching? … Continue reading


bureaucratic red tape gone crazy:An American — until told she wasn’t

Angela Boneva always thought she was an American, never imagining that valued piece of her identity could be stripped away. Because her father was born in Indiana, an American consulate in Bulgaria bestowed U.S. citizenship on Boneva when she was … Continue reading