I had a friend was a big baseball player
back in high school
He could throw that speedball by you
Make you look like a fool boy
Saw him the other night at this roadside bar
I was walking in, he was walking out
We went back inside sat down had a few drinks
but all he kept talking about was Glory Days
—Bruce Springsteen, Glory Days
My father-in-law said it.
Read more →I’ll give Business Insider some credit. After Tea Party-backed candidates came up empty across the board in Tuesday’s Republican primaries, the website that has spent years maligning our rule-of-law movement could have taken the low road.
Instead, blogger Brett Logiurato wrote a fair assessment of what’s happened to the GOP since February 27, 2009.
The much-talked about Republican “civil war” is over, at least for the people who thought it even existed in the first place.
Read more →Related articles * MITTMENTUM: Romney Ahead 60-40 on the Amazon Electoral Heat Map. Hey, let’s hope Tuesday night’s m… (pjmedia.com) * Electoral College Map Prediction (johnwsmart.net) * Please God: Pundit Predicts 1980 Reagan-like Blow Out for Romney (givemeliberty01.com) * Barone: Romney wins, handily (politico.com) Yes, I’m feeling a wave toward Romney.
Read more →Related articles Arguably, the most important battles for economic liberty in the next four years will be between states and the government in Washington. The progressives in Washington want to consolidate power and money to feed the insatiable appetite of parasites in the USA and the world.
Rex Sinquefield, the billionaire Bishop DuBourg alum who masquerades as a libertarian-ish Republican, lifted his mask this week to help Washington’s progressives steal Missouri’s autonomy and treasures.
Read more →Related articles Why did murder skyrocket in Chicago as soon as Rahm Emanuel became mayor? Why have Americans become nastier and meaner since Barack Obama became president?
As Michael Dukakis told us, a fish rots from the head down. Obama surrounds himself with people who thrive on decay and death.
Read more →Tax credits reward particular businesses or developers with tax dollars from the general population. They concentrate wealth in a few hands. Tax credits are the way politicians play the market with someone else’s money.
Worse, Republicans are addicted to tax credits.
A Missouri House Republican leader told a constituent that his party gives tax dollars to people who “spend it smarter.” Bill Clinton said the same thing in about 1992.
Read more →The look on George “Stephie” Stephanopoulos’s face was priceless. He had to say it.
“ABC News now projects that President Obama will go down to defeat.”
He couldn’t bring himself to say, “Romney won” or “Republicans won.” He just couldn’t.
The network analysis was a political cliché run amok. My favorite came from James Carville who told CNN viewers that the election result “proves that crackers and racists vote.”
Read more →