The White House – thanks to my usual cadre of shaky sources – is preparing a new American dictionary for new entries to our shores.
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Google went with “Cesar Chavez Day” – and supposedly forgot about Easter.
It was thought black people and young people weren’t excited about this election, but thank God they all were wrong. Young people and black people turned out big time.
The good people of Michigan voted on Nov. 6 for a great woman to go back to the Senate and a great man to go back to the White House. And they did a great thing by defeating the great effort made to stop the building of an international bridge over the Detroit River. The … Continue Reading →
With the certainty of Romney being the Republican nominee, the two-party road to the White House race is now officially under way. Filled with all of the mud-slinging, character assassination and political spin & folly that makes presidential politics better than any staged “reality” show, it is a process that has that has elevated simple propaganda … Continue Reading →
Looking for the mock Washington Post page seen in a previous version of this post? See the explanation here. When Newt Gingrich won South Carolina, I smiled. Mitt’s taxes probably did it. I mean, really. It’s not bad enough that Mitt Romney is still the expected favorite. Florida won’t swing as wildly as Middle Earthburg. … Continue Reading →
The fun just never stops when it comes to world politics. Just when we think we may have a little bit of a breather from the stress of global conflict with our troops pulling out of Iraq, things are now on high alert for the problem of North Korea. Kim Jong–il has officially attended his … Continue Reading →