Another Casualty of Obamacare

| July 26, 2013

Me. Well, to be more specific, my doctor, the one I’ve seen ever since I came to North Carolina. I got the letter. He’s done, out of General Practice, not going to deal with the Obamacare administrative B.S. His secondary specialty that he will be doing exclusively in the future is, fortunately for him, purely […]

Isn’t there an aspirin factory we can lob a cruise missile at?

| June 18, 2013

Surely a distraction is in order: CNN polls shows 10-point jump in belief WH ordered IRS targeting of conservatives. [Read this link if you don’t recall the reference made by the title of this post. Which I suspect no one will really have forgotten.]

On the plus side…

| November 6, 2012

I have an amazing bottle of scotch. The Macallan Cask Strength. That’d be 120.2 proof, to you mere mortals. Wake me up in four years. In the immortal words of Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit: If Obama wins, I’ll be as gracious and generous as the Democrats were in 2000 and 2004.

Sweep the leg, Mitt.

| November 6, 2012

I’m just back from voting. Because of my handicap, I got to use the drive-up curbside voting, which I thought was nice. There was no waiting. I spoke with the poll worker; here in our heavily-Republican district, in-person turnout up to about 3:00 was at about 30-40%. That, of course, doesn’t count the early or […]

A word to Libertarians

| November 2, 2012

It’s not often that I quote myself (OK, who am I kidding, I do it all the time — just, not here… much) but in reply to a “concern troll” Libertarian commenter at Legal Insurrection I fired an off-the-cuff missive that after due consideration seems to me to be too on-point to get buried. After […]

Finish The Job

| November 2, 2012

The day is almost here. (Image via the Chicago Boyz) Get out there and vote. It’s your only chance to say no to Obama and his Progressive/Socialist agenda. And, like Bill Whittle, I fear it my be our last chance.


| October 25, 2012

Team Obama is showing signs of desperation, and the blamecasting has already begun. First target? Rather surprisingly, it’s Bill Clinton. [T]here is one crucial way in which the 42nd president may not have served the 44th quite as well. In these final weeks before the election, Mr. Clinton’s expert advice about how to beat Mitt […]

Modern Narcissus… or maybe Nero

| September 21, 2012

By now you’ve no doubt seen the latest Obama ego stroke: Now obviously Obama didn’t come up with this design himself; for starters, he’s neither clever nor creative enough to do so. But the people who did design the flag obviously know their target audience: Obama himself. Voters? Secondary, at most. When your customer is […]

Yeah, I know, target-rich environment….

| September 6, 2012

… but I’ve got no interest this week. If you want good commentary, try Ace, Jeff, Treacher, or Stacy. Or just go see everything at Twitchy. My mental facilities are on auto-pilot, when they’re working at all. I need to save what I’ve got for work. Perhaps I’m a bit brain-fried. Zombie-ish. So I suppose […]

Quotes of the Day

| August 30, 2012

The next Vice President of the United States, Paul Ryan: College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life. And… None of us have to settle for the best this administration offers […]

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