I’ll admit to not having pored over the data about the alleged benefits of the Atlanta streetcar. To me, it seems like another bad idea for downtown aimed at our … Continue Reading Yes on public transport, no on Atlanta streetcar
More proof : Three women identified by their lawyers as lesbians were arraigned yesterday on a hate crime charge for allegedly beating a gay man at the Forest Hills T station in … Continue Reading The folly of hate crimes legislation
The random accusations are disturbing, of course (child molester, wife beater, etc.), but the Hubbard lexicon never fails to amuse — 4:23 mark. 1. interbulate A word which was made … Continue Reading Stop interbulating!
Which Candidate Would You Rather Have a Beer With? We hear this question every election, though, for me, there’s never been an obvious answer (save for Bob Dole). I dare … Continue Reading The question the GOP fears most
“Who among us doesn’t like NASCAR.” John Kerry, 2004 (though that’s not exactly what he said, it’s not far off) Asked by the AP reporter if he follows NASCAR, Romney … Continue Reading It’s a Brahmin thing, we wouldn’t understand
Masochist that I am, I have nonetheless managed to avoid “Glee.” A troublemaking friend, mindful of my disdain for musicals and gay cliches, directed me to this clip just to … Continue Reading God save us from gay geeks with crappy musical taste
Newt reminds a sanctuary full of affluent white Christians who the real victims are. “You have radical Islamists who want to kill us, and the secular left who want to … Continue Reading Victim politics