Posts Tagged ‘politics’

I remember I was in kindergarten. It was 1992, and I was vaguely aware of the world around me. I had been for a while; in pre-school I remember my parents talking about Sadd-am Husein (pronounced exactly that way). We were at war, and being but a small child, this deeply concerned me. I heard […]

*Sigh* This ad (for Lowden, essentially) is just as stupid as the one I just posted. I’ll even, just for the hell of it, forgive the anti-bailout rhetoric. It mentions our paychecks are shrinking, implying a tax increase, when there has only been tax cuts, specifically targeted towards the middle class. It fails to mention we […]

Jason Whitlock, notably a former guest on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters, has a front page story on completely trashing NBC’s line up for Football Night in America, basically the Sunday night game, and a wrap-up of the day in the league. Whitlock has been controversial figure in the past for his remarks about Sean […]

Some trouble is a-stirrin’ at HuffPo today, as Tom Edsall writes about Obama beginning to move from the left more to the political center (hence the Giggs comparison–I’m a nerd). Edsall’s argument  is based primarily in the staff he is hiring, which disappointingly includes Lawrence “before I was a blatant sexist I was named Larry” Summer, former president of Harvard.  While […]

Scott McClellan thought he was all cool or something this week, when he was all over cable TV promoting his groundbreaking book, What Happened. McClellan may even get to testify before congress based on the not-so-stunning revelation that the Bush administration did some really fucked up shit. Sorry, I sound bitter, but that bastard stole […]



Mostly, the description is in my bio and the title. But let’s talk about the reason This is a(n) historic time. Never has there been so much news, so much goings on, media, etc… and I suppose by starting a blog I am contributing to that mess. Tragedy of the Commons, oh well. Perhaps I […]