… on the wind that lifts her perfune through the air:
This is interesting:
At least three Democratic congressmen have given to charities $26,000 in campaign contributions they received from embattled House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charlie Rangel of New York following inquiries by this newspaper [the Washington Examiner].According to OpenSecrets, NH pols receiving Rangel cash in the 2008 election cycle were Paul Hodes ($5K), Carol Shea-Porter ($10K), and Jeanne Shaheen ($10K). Were I a GOP candidate, I'd start raising a stink.
The nanny state has a long history. Katherine Mangu-Ward relates the status of one small skirmish between
the nanny and her charges, the issue of raw (or, as its fans
like to call it, "real") milk. It's a usual story of our alleged public
servants throwing themselves between willing buyers and sellers.
More information and advocacy can be found at
http://www.realmilk.com/, including where-to-buy links. It's legal in New Hampshire—LFOD, baby—and my nearest source is practically within walking distance, so I might wander over to strike a blow for liberty and atherosclerosis.
the Love Sponge vs. Awesome Kong. That would be a movie I'd rent. But it's
real life. Try reading this without smiling:
Bubba, who legally changed his name in 1999 to Bubba the Love Sponge, (a name that even appears on his drivers license and passport), admitted …I am in awe of anyone who would even consider that name change, let alone go through with it. Treacher has more. Those are two people between which you don't want to be caught.