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Archive for November 2011


November 30, 2011

Did you ever meet someone who enjoyed the worst of health? You ask how they’re doing and they respond with a heavy sigh and moan, “No one knows what I’m going through … feeling … ooooooh, if you only knew.” And you think, “Ooooh, I wish I had never asked.” Some people seem to thrive […]

Say It Aint So, Herm

November 29, 2011

Shoeless Joe Jackson was on his way to being the biggest name in baseball. Bigger than Ty Cobb or Babe Ruth. In August of 1921 he was banned from professional baseball for life for having participated in the Black Sox Scandal of 1919. Joe was one of eight  players on the Chicago White Sox who threw […]


November 28, 2011

I remember sitting in an airport in 2008 and reading a magazine article about John McCain’s Straight Talk Express being out of money and out of gas. His staff had walked and it looked as though his presidential bid within the GOP was finished. Rudy Guiliani was the favored choice among moderates (Romney) who felt […]

22 Hours and Home

November 28, 2011

I spent the week with my family in New York for Thanksgiving. After a 22 hour road trip home back to Florida … I am a bit fatigued. New installments coming Monday. Sneak Preview: Are we being set up with Newt for a big fall?


November 24, 2011

Each year we gather as American families and individuals to reflect, remember, and embrace our blessings and to express our gratitude and thanks. Many contend that Thanksgiving is traced to the Pilgrims. Not so. In fact, Thanksgiving was actually by Presidential proclamation a day of prayer that began with Washington and ended with Jefferson after […]


November 23, 2011

Remember when movies and TV shows entertain us? Now, they try to indoctrinate us. Liberals run tinsel town and actors, used to pretending and expressing thoughts written in a script, now think they are Contitutional and Americanism experts. BARF! Dealt with these dillweeds on the Drive @ 5 …


November 23, 2011

Whimpering, whining Ron Paul got what he wanted: attention and time to spew his off the wall, naive, and dangerous foreign policy ideas. Wolf Blitzer of CNN gave him plenty of time and directed questions to Paul since it was the Texas Senator who moaned the day after the CBS debate he only got 89 seconds of […]


November 22, 2011

The Bible states that we speak the things we have seen and heard. In other words, what we absorb becomes who we are. “As a man thinks in his heart so is he.” Barack Obama has sympathetic views of Islam because of his father. For twenty years he sat under the preaching of Jeremiah Wright […]

How To Talk With A Moderation Conservative If You Must

November 16, 2011

I have always enjoyed it when Ann Coulter comes on Fox news or with Hannity and blasts the liberal left for their  latest stupidity. Her books have been a great read. She’s sarcastic, sharp, and studied on the subject matter. Her book How To Talk To A Liberal If You Must was engaging, entertaining, and enlightening […]

Twittering Tweets with Twits

November 14, 2011

Twisiting the truth and teaming tragedies tend to top the tweets on Twitter. Okay… I can’t do “T” words anymore or my brain will melt. I like Twitter … at a distance. Some days people feel led to tweet everything they’re doing or thinking at every moment of the day. FOR CRYING OUT LOUD ……………STOOOOOOOOOOOOOP! […]