Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more; it is a tale told by an
Posts From Sarge
Where do I begin? Do I start with my utter disdain for the present “liberal” (defined as a pro-Socialist ideologue and his Duma leading us to a Marxist Nirvana). Or,
Now that Russian elements have shot down a Malaysian Airliner and the Malaysians actually KNOW where the wreckage is, the obvious comparisons between Obama’s and Reagan’s reactions to the crime
I looked up the word idiotin a children’s illustrated dictionary and a picture of Harry Reid appeared. If there was any greater Poster Child to evidence the utter and complete
Josh Earnest (Jay Carney’s replacement) is a bigger “knob” than Carney; and it only took a couple of weeks for him to prove it. Earnest said: “I think that there
Yesterday I alluded to the chair George Washington sat in for nearly three months of the Federal Convention in 1787. The chair is constructed of mahogany by John Folwell circa
“Whilst the last members were signing [the Constitution], Doctor Franklin, looking towards the Presidents chair, at the back of which
“Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt” Juvenal c. 100 A.D. Prescient: adj. prophetic, psychic, clairvoyant, perceptive Juvenal, the
Etiquette: the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group. Truth: noun, 1.
As a child I suffered through my education while enduring the overpowering aroma of old women’s perfume and the caustic
John Boehner may have actually awakened from his scotch and cigarette induced coma and come up with a good idea.
“SSSSSSSHHHHHHH! It’s wabbit season!” And, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is the hapless “wabbit” being stalked by Darryl Issa and his
People ask me: “is it true the Congress is going to impeach Obama?” The answer is always “No.” And, the
Following Louisiana politics is similar to herding snakes from the International Space Station. Any effectiveness is hindered by being removed
Jeff Crouere, writing at Bayou Buzz, can start a train of thought most normally indicating my pending derailment from sanity.
Living in Louisiana is an adventure. I remember just how powerful a monsoon can be when weather shifts take place
Be careful what you ask for: you might get it. This kernel of homespun wisdom needs to be driven full-force
Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader had his head handed to him by a neophyte “Tea Party Candidate” in last night’s
Whenever I have a problem finding an idea for a column, I wait for either Obama or the great rectum,