Rush has compared the Senate to George Wallace and Bull Connor, a bit of hyperbole made even more obvious by the fact that our black president-elect sides with the Senate in saying that Burris should not be seated.
Think of the irony of that; love which is priceless is being represented by the cheapest commodities that we can procure.
One gets the distinct impression that Buffett’s family travails, such as the failure of his first marriage, have made his successes elsewhere bittersweet.
I don’t know about you, but I have to smirk at least a bit each time a Republican has to admit that the free market doesn’t always do the right thing. I also giggle each time Bush has to use the word “responsibility.”
This is what happens when you put people opposed to regulation in charge of regulatory agencies. And I’m not letting Clinton appointees off the hook, either.
Yes, the last governor of Illinois is actually in prison for racketeering. Blagojevich, if you can believe it, ran on a promise to clean up Illinois after Ryan’s corruption.
Change.gov is a fascinating experiment in itself, with a blog outlining the administration-to-be’s plans and projects.
Without doubt, Simpson is a wife beater and a violent man. What complicates the situation is that he was convicted of beating a white woman.
The bloated defense budget (57% of discretionary spending!) has been begging for cuts for a while now. Barney Frank has been one of the few willing to say it out loud.
Never has the world watched the actions and the decisions of a black woman the way that it has watched Michelle Obama.