From the daily archives:

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Stop the Presses! Brett Favre Retires… Again

February 11, 2009

Where have I heard this before? That’s right, every single NFL post-season since Noah was trying to tick off “two emus” from his list!  Though this time I think it’s for real.  Maybe.  Thusly, I’m not getting all nostalgic.  I’ve already done that at the end of last season and what did that get me — Favre [...]

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Happy Birthday, Sarah!

February 11, 2009

Today is Governor Sarah Palin’s 45th birthday.  A little more than six months ago, very few people knew of Sarah Palin, and those that did knew little about her other than that she was a young, promising Conservative Governor.  Now, she has been propelled to Conservatism’s most promising young star, is a front runner for [...]

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Here’s Mr. Doom

February 11, 2009

While watching Beck yesterday as background noise I was getting ready to post something.  Suddenly, this fellow Gerald Celente was being interviewed.  Sweet Jesus is this guy scary!  I thought some of my conservative friends were depressed about the future – check this guy out: NOTE:  unfortunately, the SAP was active in all the good versions of this video. [...]

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An Iranian Threat On The Horizon

February 11, 2009

Just what we need.  With all of the current domestic trouble with the economy, the last thing that we need is a major foreign policy crisis to enter the fray.  According to the Wisconsin Project, Iran is probably now only two months away from having a nuclear weapon.  All the while, Obama wants to hold [...]

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The Inmates In Charge of the Asylum

February 11, 2009

I’ve been watching in somewhat horror the events of the last few weeks unfold.  We have this major financial crisis, which consists primarily of a series of bad assets that were created and fostered by liberal government programs.  And how are we trying to fix it?  With more liberal government programs.  TARP, by all accounts, [...]

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