Not that it matters, but I'll be voting tomorrow with
my fingers crossed (hoping
Democrats lose) and holding my nose (because I'll be voting
Holding the pencil will be a challenge.
Out in California, political speech got a little
too free for "civil rights activists": "Civil
Rights Activists Demand Probe Of Maxine Waters ‘Poverty Pimp’
I wouldn't ordinarily mention that, but apparently the same geniuses took to ridiculing our state's Senator Jeanne Shaheen as well:
I don't know how many votes this will generate on one side or another. But (as far as I know) no investigations have been threatened here in NH. [And there must be more out there besides those in New Hampshire and California, right?]
Longtime readers may know that I despise the tinpot-despot
madness of Daylight Saving
At NR's Corner, Tim Cavanaugh is on my wavelength too: "Spring
Forward, Fall Back, Kneel to Your Masters".
How did you spend the extra hour? The twice-yearly flipflop from standard to “daylight savings” time and back again may not be the most terrible thing the government does. But it is certainly the most irritating, the most unnecessary, the most maddeningly dependent on — and reinforcing of — the innate idiocy of all of us.
Tim doesn't go as far as I in advocating the separation of time and state.
has read the actor/comedian/druggie
Russell Brand's new book Revolution and he leaves little
doubt that Brand is a moron.
The problem here isn’t so much that Brand knows nothing about history, is politically naive, doesn’t understand even the rudiments of economics, can’t write, and manages 320 pages without producing a single laugh. It’s that his self-righteousness often veers into the authoritarian.
He was good in… well, I think I saw him in something.