Monthly Archives: August 2010

Where’s Theodore Roosevelt when you need him?

I heard an interesting statistic on the radio yesterday. Apparently the 1000 largest companies in the United States are sitting on a pile of cash. Over two trillion dollars, in fact. That’s a lot of Big Macs. The shareholders and … Continue reading

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Brother Beck’s Traveling Restoration Show

So the weekend has come and gone, and with it the greatest, colossalest, most stupendousest event in the history of great, colossal, most stupendous events. The Glenn Beck Dog And Pony Show happened this weekend, and it was just a … Continue reading

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And So It Begins

You knew it was going to happen sooner or later. On Saturday morning there was a fire at the building site of a mosque in Tennessee. No one was killed, thank goodness, but a piece of the construction equipment used … Continue reading

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“Glenn . . . this is Jesus, Glenn!”

Has someone been doing this to Glenn Beck?

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Sung to the tune of, “So what?”

So on Wednesday former RNC chairman and Bush staffer Ken Mehlman let the cat out of the closet, telling the world he is gay. After years of denying it, he finally admitted to being a homosexual. And as far as … Continue reading

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Which Side Are You On?

It was 1931, and America was falling into the Great Depression. You might never have known it if you lived in Harlan County, Kentucky, though. Not because Harlan was well off. Far from it; the grinding poverty that seemingly always … Continue reading

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Fear Will Keep The Local Systems In Line

The Republican Party has found its winning strategy. It isn’t limited government, it isn’t lower taxes, and it certainly isn’t family values. It’s fear. Fear has been their winning issue for a long time. It goes back years and years, … Continue reading

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