Monthly Archives: August 2014

Friday Follies: Government pimping pinapple s’mores, fat lesbians, Ferguson fizzle and Obama’s latest blame game

August 29, 2014
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Friday Follies: Government pimping pinapple s’mores, fat lesbians, Ferguson fizzle and Obama’s latest blame game

An overbearing public school district, the Ferguson hype whimpering away, our federal government pimping for pineapple s’mores while desperately attempting to uncover why lesbians are fat obese, and our very own Obama the all great and powerful blamer in chief finally finding someone other than George W. Bush to blame for his failures. Yep, it’s…

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Led by the lies or forged of the truth?

August 27, 2014
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Led by the lies or forged of the truth?

We know Mark Twain’s “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes” and we’ve heard Winston Churchill’s “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” Yet as Fred Shapiro notes in his “The Yale Book of…

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Local Joplin blogger equates God & Christianity with ISIS and Allah

August 26, 2014
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Local Joplin blogger equates God & Christianity with ISIS and Allah

This just in from NBCNews.com: Douglas McAuthur McCain, of San Diego, California, was killed over the weekend fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), according to the Free Syrian Army. Photos of McCain’s passport and of his body — which feature a distinctive neck tattoo — have been seen by NBC News.…

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Friday Follies – Special Saturday Back to School Edition

August 23, 2014
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Friday Follies – Special Saturday Back to School Edition

Yes, Virginia, there was a time in this country when summer vacation meant summer vacation. Out of school by Memorial Day, back to school AFTER Labor Day. There’s still a full week of August left and yet school districts across the country have already been at it for a week now and the rest are…

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Friday Follies: Ferguson Edition

August 22, 2014
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I read a post yesterday written by self-identified, free lance journalist Ryan Schuessler, a native Missourian, that summarized everything I’ve been seeing from Ferguson, Missouri.  For the past week and a half the “journalism” being practice in that town has been an embarrassment to anyone who believes the profession should be about reporters actually reporting…

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Ferguson violence as much about Sharpton – Shabazz as it is Brown – Wilson

August 20, 2014
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One hundred years ago this summer one man in Sarajevo fired two shots that set in motion a series of events that would leave over 16 million dead, accomplish nothing except a piece of paper that set in motion the next series of events that would kill another 60 million less than two decades later…

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