Category Archives: Politics

From the Greek, “poly” meaning “many” and “tic” meaning “blood-sucking parasite”.

Captain Sulu Hits the Nail on the Head

Okay, I will admit that I don’t agree with George Takei much, when it comes to politics. But in this TED Talk, he hits the nail on the head when it comes to the principles that this country stand for. … Continue reading

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His Flexibility Has Changed Nothing

I confess to being a bit surprised.  A year and a half ago, in the wake of Barack Obama’s reelection, I blogged that I was afraid this country wouldn’t be the same by the end of his presidency.  But now … Continue reading

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Yes, Armed Citizens are Clueless Tools — NOT

Tooling around YouTube Hey, I found this 3-part screed about how bumbling private citizens cannot possibly defend themselves effectively.  This is what they say in the description. The controlled study documented in these videos show that concealed carry permit holders … Continue reading

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My New Favorite YouTube Channel

Mr. Colion Noir!

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Playlists are SO cool

Remember that the Whitehouse released President Obama’s 2013 Inauguration playlist?  Did he really listen to this playlist on his iPod? You know things have really “progressed” when a person’s playlist becomes part of his political personna.  I can see a future … Continue reading

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Al Jezeera Buys Al Gore’s Current TV

The news that didn’t really make it to mainstream television was that Al Gore sold his cable channnel “Current TV” to Al Jezeera.  See the news here.  They paid Gore a half million dollars for the network, which, given a … Continue reading

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Tuesday! It’s Coming!

This coming Tuesday is The Day!  There’s no doubt that some of us are going to be very surprised and disappointed.  I am pretty sure I will be neither.  This is because I am just about as convinced as I … Continue reading

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