So you know, Facebook is death and cancer and death-cancer all wrapped up into a tiny little ball of rage that lives deep within your guts and eats away at your soul. So I’m really cutting down on that of late with the intent of moving back to just a standard ol’ blog as my online presence. Also, it spies … Read More
Carry on. Nothing to see here.
So since I went through my last heavy blogging phase, my son grew up quite a bit and ended up getting into Minecraft. Being a sucker for games that allow you to build, I got into it too, and decided after not too long that it would be fun to play with him on a server. I also knew a … Read More
So it’s been 2 years, 4 months and 17 days since I last posted on this blog. Let’s just round that up to two and a half years. Feels like a long time ago, although in the grand scheme of things it really isn’t. Obamacare still exists, unfortunately. It’s performing about as well as had been predicted, but the inertia … Read More
Roll Call posted a fascinating article on Wednesday detailing the growing sense of concern (or perhaps it would be more accurate to call it PANIC!) that many Congressional Democrats—especially those in marginally safe to contested seats—are experiencing over the rolling catastrophe of Obamacare’s implementation. For those who opposed the passage of the law in the first place, it’s a somewhat satisfying … Read More
Kevin Williamson at NRO points out the connection between the economic and moral imperatives to get the public sector under control: The city fathers of Detroit inherited one of the richest and most productive cities in the world, and they ruined it in a generation. The gentlemen in Washington have been entrusted with the richest and most productive nation in … Read More
Awesome: It has been emblazoned on mainstream media that the exit poll also showed Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney in the state 51%-45%. But if you think the exit poll was 4% too Democratic—and that’s in line with exit poll discrepancies with actual vote results over the last decade, as documented by the exit poll pioneer, the late Warren Mitofsky*—that … Read More