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by | May 15, 2009

It is not true that now-Democrat Arlen Specter plans to change his name to Arlene in a bid for  the feminist vote.

by | Apr 7, 2009

It was ten years ago. April 20, 1999, two students walked into the school they attended, Columbine High School, in Jefferson County, Colorado, and proceeded to kill 12 students, a teacher and finally, themselves. They had plenty of time in…

by | Mar 18, 2009

A.I.G. continues its gargantuan ways. Washington is now hearing the world’s largest barn door slamming behind it, the label on the closing member — “BONUS.”

by | Mar 9, 2009

Had an MRI today (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), which is a little like living through an eruption on Mt. St. Helens while lying at the summit. It is instructive and historically redolent. This was a “closed” MRI. They omit “casket” from…

by | Feb 22, 2009

It should be taught in all police investigative departments: The Chandra Levy Case: Or How NOT to Investigate a Major Felony. In May of 2001 the 24-year-old Californian, an intern for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, disappeared from her District…

by | Feb 16, 2009

“First thing you do is unload all the guns in the house.” Uncle Pundit is discoursing on how to survive the recession. Why, Uncle? What’s that got to do with it? “‘Cause you don’t know how depressed you’re gonna get….

by | Feb 10, 2009

Tiny Tim’s appearance before the Senate Banking Committee did not receive rave reviews as he explained a “dramatic loss of faith” in the American financial system but failed to specify what he as Treasury Secretary planned to do about it….

by | Feb 5, 2009

That photo. You know right away which one. The one of swimming star Michael Phelps sucking on a tube known popularly as a “bong” at a party at the University of South Carolina. Published in a British tabloid, the photo…

by | Jan 27, 2009

Despite the media’s best efforts, Chesley Sullenberger has refused the mantle of “hero.” Now, why? Didn’t “Sully” pilot his Airbus A320 to a safe landing in the middle of the Hudson River after its takeoff was stymied by a flock…

by | Jan 15, 2009

Believe in omens? Occurrences that portend future events? Either way, let us celebrate the miracle of the Hudson River off Manhattan. An Airbus laden with 150 souls had struck a flight of geese upon takeoff from LaGuardia airport, veered left,…

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