Monthly Archives: August 2011

MSNBC Just Can’t Get Enough of Cheney’s Behind (updated)

Let’s take a peek at what former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s chief of staff, Lawrence Wilkerson, had to say evening last regarding Dubya’s V.P., and what Cheney contends in his new memoir, “In My Time,” about the “alleged” nexus … Continue reading

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Nomination for Weather Report of the Year

All you ever needed to know about the recently departed hurricane: “You might blow away.” Out of the mouths of babes. . .Love it!

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Financial Publishing Cockups: A Somewhat Short Primer

Yesterday, the American financial media colossus, the Wall Street Journal, published an op/ed titled, “A Short Primer on the National Debt” that was written by John Steele Gordon, “author of numerous books.” The third paragraph states the following: The intra-governmental debt … Continue reading

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Conrad Black: Canada, America, and the Rationale Behind Our Fundamentally Changed Relationship

For those of you not familiar with the life, times and travails of Lord Black, let me say that he is probably the ultimate personification of why the very wealthy so overwhelmingly support Progressives and their agenda. Do otherwise, and … Continue reading

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Handwriting’s been on the wall a very long time . . . must be posted in Mandarin.

Here’s a little something to chew on the occasion of the Pentagon finally releasing — several months late — its report on the ‘China threat.’ Nothing to worry ’bout here, right? “Move along, folks. Keep moving, please. Nothing to see … Continue reading

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‘Kick the Can’ Politics and Diplomacy: A Short Course

My dissatisfaction with the GOP runs very deep. The birth of the Tea Party and the subsequent criticism of same by numerous establishment Republicans are strong indications that I am not alone in my opinions nor reasons for them. The … Continue reading

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GOP Primarian Hopefuls: How they doin’ on the stump? (updated)

[flowplayer src=’http://constitutionalley.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Women-say-Obama-deserves-vacation.flv’]It’s been another active week on Wall Street. . .in the negative direction, that is. But we do love minuses. Otherwise, why would we run an ever-accumulating gargantuan trade deficit for 25 years? Perhaps, with our national head being buried … Continue reading

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Barack, Barney & American Thinker: All on the Same Page?

Perhaps, at least, when it comes to the “Tea Party” and the budget. Let me explain. As Mike Razar today exclaims at AT: I am sick of the debt ceiling fiasco and yet I can’t let it go. Post mortems … Continue reading

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Is it Stupidity, Greed or Malice? Does it matter? (updated)

Given the current state of affairs in America, the following would have been a credible exchange between Ed and Johnny during Carson’s opening monologue on the “Tonight Show”: “Well, Johnny, just how bad is it?” “It’s soooo bad, Ed, that … Continue reading

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Budget Blues: Messenger Shooting Statesmanship

When Michael Moore weighs-in on an issue (pun intended), you know the game is afoot, as Sherlock would say. And as the Washington Times reports, braying for dollars Michael wants the CEO of S&P arrested for his capitalistically piggish downgrading … Continue reading

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