Liberals like Ted Strickland are sore losers
Union protesters call Gov. Scott Walker a "Hitler" for asking them to contribute to their pensions.   Former Gov. Ted Strickland calls the guy who beat him a “tyrant” while whipping union protesters into a frenzy at the Capitol in Columbus. What a classy guy. In Wisconsin, Democrats who lost... 
A new year, and new random opinions
Nancy Pelosi hands the gavel to House Speaker John Boehner -- finally, two months too late Just in case anyone is still reading this blog, here are some random thoughts on a few topics — sort of in the category of, “You know what really chaps my hide?” One of the most demeaning social trends is the... 
'Weeper of the House' was a tantrum by the liberal press
On Veteran’s Day, the Cincinnati Enquirer ran two excellent features that honored the meaning of the day and the sacrifices of veterans who have served our country. There was a great photo essay by Michael Keating, showing the faces of American patriots and their recollections. And the story by John Erardi,... 
A repudiation, rebuke and rejection of history's worst
A few blogs back, I was writing about Liberal Fascism (by Jonah Goldberg), I described liberalism as the philosophy that worships gods in lab coats with slide rules, and believes in the perfectibility of mankind by (flawed) mankind — an ideological oxymoron. So today I found this essay in the American Thinker... 
'We're here to take our government back'
John Dingell. If you want to know what the election was all about last night, it looks like this:   That’s Rep. John Dingell, who has served in the U.S. House for 28 terms. When he was elected, automatic transmissions were a big deal. A cell phone was something you used to call your lawyer from the hoosegow.... 
You don't say: Election fraud at CPS gets more curious and serious
When I worked at the Tucson Citizen as editorial page editor, our editor in chief would sometimes send dreaded memos to the newsroom headlined, “You don’t say.” “What started the fire?” he would demand. “You don’t say.” “What happened to the dog that got loose on... 
Obama and Comrade Pelosi are a blessing in disguise
The more I learn and read about the background and history of President Obama, the more scary he gets.  When I consider how our press and a huge part of our voters stuck their heads in the quicksand and refused to even look at his past, or his lack of qualifications, or his radical record and fanatical anti-American... 
Irrational Public Radio -- Pull the plug on taxpayer subsidies
Juan Williams In case  you were wondering, the taxpayer subsidy for public broadcasting such as PBS and National Public Radio this year: $420 million. I want my money back. I never could understand why we subsidized left-wing radio and the likes of TV hack Bill Moyers, who never passed up an opportunity to exploit... 
Who cares about voter fraud? Not the Enquirer
Last Sunday, the Cincinnati Enquirer told us what everyone already knew — that the First District rematch between Steve Driehaus, D-Pelosi, and Steve Chabot, R-Reagan, is a diorama that shows the whole national picture. It has attracted national attention as a proxy for everything voters are angry about this... 
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