Things To Be Thankful For (And Not Thankful For) For This Thanksgiving

Here is my annual ADD list of random things I am thankful, and not so thankful, for this year: In his quest to shape his legacy, Trump ordered the execution of 10 Thanksgiving turkeys previously pardoned by Obama. I’m glad my friend Rand Paul is OK after his left-wing neighbor squirrel-jumped Rand while he wasContinue reading “Things To Be Thankful For (And Not Thankful For) For This Thanksgiving”

South Carolina Goes Greene

A telling story is unfolding in the Democrat Senate primary in South Carolina. This one might take the cake, even in a state affectionately known as “The Jerry Springer Show” of politics. Half-wit Alvin Greene, who ran for the Democratic Senate nomination to challenge sitting (which is about all they do) Sen. Jim “Never NeedsContinue reading “South Carolina Goes Greene”

A Euro Of Living Dangerously

Chaotic and socialist, Greece upset the European apple cart recently when they failed to curtail unsustainable government spending. Greece has been on a collision course with reality for years and now has to be bailed out with a $1 trillion package to avert their crisis from spreading throughout Europe. Billions will come from the U.S.Continue reading “A Euro Of Living Dangerously”

Tiger Woods: Master of His Domain

Tiger Woods has become his own cautionary tale, and he’ll make his biggest pitch for redemption yet by playing in the venerable Masters Golf Tournament this week. And what better place to stage his comeback than Augusta National, a place that does not allow women? With its tight security and hometown celebrities like James BrownContinue reading “Tiger Woods: Master of His Domain”

A Decline In Prius Envy

Congress dragged Toyota to Washington to testify in one of the indignant show trials they so love. I wish they would subpoena themselves and bring Congress before a Senate hearing, under oath and under the hot lights of TV cameras. Then we might get to the roots of most problems in America: too much governmentContinue reading “A Decline In Prius Envy”

Chains We Can Believe In

Home-run record holder Mark McGwire finally came clean on his steroid use in 1998, the year he broke the record. People were shocked; Sammy Sosa’s face turned white as a sheet when he heard. When Alex Rodriguez admitted to taking steroids, he was seeing Madonna. She has always had a thing for baseball players. IContinue reading “Chains We Can Believe In”