A correspondent offered this observation after having read Bobby Jindal’s statement calling Barack Obama’s handling of the beheading of journalist James Foley: “Calling President Obama a “liar” in any form
Posts From Sarge
Each day I awaken to the sure and present understanding of a basic law of life. For every well intentioned effort to accomplish any goal there will be Unexpected Consequences.
One of my greatest challenges was to help my son understand the difference between “intelligence” and “smarts”. “Intelligence” is the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new
I watched CNN for as long as I could tolerate it. A totally biased and skewed assemblage of liberal whites and disaffected blacks tossed words about in a Washington D.C.
Watching the debacle in Ferguson, Missouri is like watching a post-surgical patient tear his stitches loose and start pulling at his entrails. It’s personally destructive, monumentally illogical and terrifyingly incomprehensible
The title actually applies to an individual “tweeting” concerning Jesse Jackson’ attempt to “plea bargain” for donations while addressing a church congregation in Ferguson Missouri. It seems his fully established
I’ve noticed a great deal of “whizzin’ and whinin’” about the apparent militarization of law enforcement entities across the nation.
Whenever the world starts repeating itself with wars and deadly elements of human suicidalism as well as the onslaught of
This world has gone slap out of its damned mind. Or at least it seems so. Hamas is hammering Israel.
One of our greatest heroes during the Revolutionary War was a guy named Benedict Arnold. To paraphrase John Kerry: “Arnold
ac·a·dem·ic adj. 1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a school, especially one of higher learning. 2. Relating to studies that are liberal or classical rather than technical or vocational. 3. Scholarly to the point of being unaware of the outside world: pedantic 4. Formalistic or conventional. 5. Theoretical or speculative without a practical purpose or intention: theoretical. 6. Having no practical purpose or use. n. 1. A member of an institution of higher learning. 2. One who has an academic viewpoint or a scholarly background. ac•a•de•mi•cian n. 1. a member of an association or institution for the advancement of arts, sciences, or letters. 2. a follower or promoter of traditional rules or trends in philosophy, art, or literature. Pedantic adj: Characterized by a narrow, often ostentatious concern for book learning and formal rules: a pedantic attention to details.
In 1966 two socialist professors and political activists espoused and started a movement designed to overload the American welfare system.
Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is
Where do I begin? Do I start with my utter disdain for the present “liberal” (defined as a pro-Socialist ideologue
Now that Russian elements have shot down a Malaysian Airliner and the Malaysians actually KNOW where the wreckage is, the
I looked up the word idiotin a children’s illustrated dictionary and a picture of Harry Reid appeared. If there was
Josh Earnest (Jay Carney’s replacement) is a bigger “knob” than Carney; and it only took a couple of weeks for
Yesterday I alluded to the chair George Washington sat in for nearly three months of the Federal Convention in 1787.
“Whilst the last members were signing [the Constitution], Doctor Franklin, looking towards the Presidents chair, at the back of which