Congress’ biggest nut is at it again: Speaking to the conservative media outlet Pajamas TV on Monday, Michele Bachmann noted: “I find it interesting that it was back in the 1970s that the swine flu broke out then under another Democrat president Jimmy Carter. And I’m not blaming this on President Obama, I just think … Continue reading michelle bachmann on democratic pandemics
The bank said Thursday that the man is believed to have been exposed to the illness while traveling in Mexico for business from April 13 to 18. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will do a second test to confirm the diagnosis. The man has been treated by a doctor and has made a … Continue reading swine fluke
Prediction: He won’t be on the ticket in 2012.
I’m doubly conflicted about this story, but facts are never irrelevant. Though I suspect her motives (the GOP never misses a chance to gay bait), Rep. Foxx may not have been wrong when she said: “I also would like to point out that there was a bill — the hate crimes bill that’s called the … Continue reading was virginia foxx right?
Sean Hannity goes one-on-one with Kim Kardashian, “a role model for young girls.” Miss California must be soooo jealous.
The sheep in the liberal blogosphere say moderate Republican senator Susan Collins has pig’s blood on her hands. “Everybody in the room is concerned about a pandemic flu,” Collins said at the time, referring to the stimulus negotiations. “But does it belong in this bill? Should we have $870 million in this bill? No, we … Continue reading susan collins was right
I may not be the most objective source, but I’m no shill. Thumbs up.
Fitting that the great Bea Arthur died on one of the most bizarre days of my life. I watched “Maude” religiously as a child, adopting her signature catchphrase, “God will get you for that!” I was a strange little boy, and I thank Bea Arthur for leading me astray. At the 2:02 mark in the … Continue reading so long, maudey
I apologize for being flip, but I doubt anorexia is much of a problem in the projects. Source: Lindsay’s Weight Loss Is a Cry for Attention
I hate to waste any more time on the Miss California imbroglio, but I’m afraid we haven’t heard the last from Carrie Prejean. “There’s a lot of people cheering you tonight that you stood on your principles, that you put the principles above winning,” Fox News talk show host Sean Hannity told Prejean when she … Continue reading apparently good sportsmanship is not a traditional value
My cat went missing more than a month ago, in early March. I figured he’d encountered a vindictive possum or wily coyote. Turns out he was trapped in a neighbor’s crawlspace. They discovered him yesterday, emaciated but still purring. Just got the blood work back from the vet and, amazingly, he checked out fine. He’s … Continue reading jerry the lion
Even though the building’s for sale, the venerable Clermont Lounge appears to be safe. “I want to correct something,” said 53-year-old dancer Cathy Lankford, aka “Lil’ Cathy.” “People say this place is where old strippers come to die. That’s not true. I’ve been here more than 20 years.”
Even defenders of torture can’t defend Limbaugh’s tortured logic, can they? “[I]f somebody can be water-tortured six times a day, then it isn’t torture.” Would kicking somebody in the groin six times a day constitute torture?
The headline, Traditional Values Under Fire, featured this photo: