There is a high school kid in Florida who won’t stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. He’s refusing to be ordered to put this bumper sticker next to the flame decals on his ’92 Malibu, and, with some assistance, is suing the school district. Well good for you, you junior revolutionary! Congratulations. Instead of being […]

There is a high school kid in Florida who won’t stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. He’s refusing to be ordered to put this bumper sticker next to the flame decals on his ’92 Malibu, and, with some assistance, is suing the school district. Well good for you, you junior revolutionary! Congratulations. Instead of being […]

At the end of every year, my prognosticating alter-ego, who we’ll call “Nostradumbass”, fortells what will happen in the upcoming year. The accuracy rate of the predictions have proven to outshine even that of Miss Cleo and Jack van Impe. Here are just a couple of examples of events that are coming our way: –California’s […]

At the end of every year, my prognosticating alter-ego, who we’ll call “Nostradumbass”, fortells what will happen in the upcoming year. The accuracy rate of the predictions have proven to outshine even that of Miss Cleo and Jack van Impe. Here are just a couple of examples of events that are coming our way: –California’s […]

I’m mostly taking today off, with the exception of the exercise I’ll get ripping the wrapping paper from a couple of boxes, undoing the heavily tethered toys from their packaging for the kids, and doing 12-ounce curls. Be sure to check back tomorrow at WorldNetDaily for Monday’s column, or check here at the blog for […]

We’ve got some extra time to kill this year! According to the International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service, based at the Paris Observatory, 2005 will contain an extra second. The required leap second will be added at the end of 31st December, thus delaying the arrival of 2006 by one second. Although this will […]

Monday’s WorldNetDaily column, “Hollywood receives a lethal rejection“, is now available for those with incredibly short attention-spans for whom 750 words is 550 to many. This is where the Washington Times’ “Culture Briefs” section comes in handy. They seem to be fans of my column, as they’ve run several “briefs”. Now if I could just […]

Monday’s WorldNetDaily column, “Hollywood receives a lethal rejection“, is now available for those with incredibly short attention-spans for whom 750 words is 550 to many. This is where the Washington Times’ “Culture Briefs” section comes in handy. They seem to be fans of my column, as they’ve run several “briefs”. Now if I could just […]

That smell? The gift of life, my friend! Fire up the SUV’s, fellow fuel hogs. Rip that catalytic converter from the underside of your vehicle, oh purveyer of carbon monoxide. Send a “thank you” note to Los Angeles, and run to the nearest cow pasture and yell “Fart, you bowel beleaguered bovine! Fart!” Pollution could […]

“And the award for ‘Best investigative report to be more heavily made-up than Joan Collins’ goes to…” Brent Bozell has a column entitled “The shabbiest media moments” at Townhall today. Here’s the lead-in to Bozell’s column: The Media Research Center and a panel of more than 50 judges have compiled an annual “Best Notable Quotables,” […]

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