Monthly Archives: June 2011

4-0 Bye Bye Canucks….take that you cheapshot suckers

Dropkick Murphys will be playing all day in the bar as a celebration…. meanwhile the Vancuver fans show that they are just a bunch of thugs as well…


Open Bar

the bartender will be doing some kayaking and camping along the North Shore of Lake Superior starting on Saturday June 18, and will return On Weds. July 29 unless I drown.


War Powers Act may be tested in Court

a Bi-partisan group of Lawmakers has sued asking the courts to state that Pres. Obama illegally involved troops in Lybia and is asking the courts to “prohibit the White House from conducting a war without congressional approval.” Read more:


Wisconsin Supreme Court: open meeting law not violated

Law eliminating collective bargaining to go into effect. Acting with unusual speed, the state Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the reinstatement of Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial plan to end most collective bargaining for tens of thousands of public workers. The … Continue reading


Boehner warns Pres. Obama: Lybia Operation in danger of violating war powers act

June 14, 2011 Dear Mr. President: Five days from now, our country will reach the 90-day mark from the notification to Congress regarding the commencement of the military operation in Libya, which began on March 18, 2011.  On June 3, … Continue reading


Let’s Go BOSTON!

Oh yeah, in case there was any doubt…. I want the Bruins to win.


Mavs Chill the Heat

Yeah…..Oh Yeah.  This is sweet. Where is the heat? there is no heat on the street. A shout out to Dallas, and free drinks.


Republican Hypocrisy

Eric Cantor was one of the first to call for Weiner wagger’s resignation. But Cantor, who finds Weiner’s behavior abhorrant, but when David Vitter (R) was found to have frequented prostitutes.. He said nothing about resigning When John Ensign (R) … Continue reading


Don’t Default on Your Student Loans!!!

Kenneth Wright does not have a criminal record and he had no reason to believe a S.W.A.T team would be breaking down his door at 6 a.m. on Tuesday.  “I look out of my window and I see 15 police officers,” Wright … Continue reading


From Vert: Fight The Power

On the 67th anniversary of D-Day I witnessed a level of police brutality I had previously only seen during protests that I’d been a part of in Paris over the years. Although the brutality there was only seen on television … Continue reading