Cadillac celebrates American dream – Huffington Post hates it. HuffPo calls Cadillac’s new commercial “a completely shameless celebration of our work-hard-buy-more culture, with a blanket dismissal of ‘other countries’ and their laziness tossed in for good measure.” Hmm, sounds like good stuff.
We know about the Irish roots… apparently Obama has Welsh roots, too. Or maybe he just forgot he bet Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper two cases of beer on the U.S.-Canada Olympic hockey games – yeah, maybe that’s why he hasn’t paid up. He has a lot on his mind after all, what with another exhausting vacation trip this weekend.
CBS & ABC haven’t talked to a Global Warming skeptic in almost four years. 1,391 days and 1,383 days respectively, to be exact. Meanwhile, climate alarmists are showcased regularly. (NBC is more balanced – they had a skeptic on The Today Show just 298 days ago.)
From sea to shining sea, kids fleeing Michelle’s school lunch program. And there are long-range consequences, too: “The most damaging result will be a generation of kids who equate healthy food with lousy taste.”
Global Warmists squabble over theology. Things have gotten so bad, Warmists are turning on each other. Obama’s science advisor John Holdren criticized climatologist Roger Pielke for testifying to Congress that extreme weather events have not increased. Pielke fired right back, saying Holdren and Obama are as bad as Bush. Ouch – that’s like the f-word for these guys.
Kerry meets with Russians Wednesday – Thursday, Russians announce annexation of Crimea. The sternly worded warnings Kerry delivered to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Paris yesterday are probably already posted on a bathroom wall back at the Kremlin.
HHS wants $1.8 billion to run Healthcare.gov for a year. As owner/operator of a website ourselves – one that actually works – we are in complete accord with Ms. Sebelius’s request. We, too, would like $1.8 billion. We’re not sure what we would do with that much money, but extended research on a private island in the Caribbean sounds like a good start.
Rachel Maddow knows who to blame for the mess in Ukraine. George W. Bush, of course. She’s a one trick pony.
Prime Minister’s Internet porn advisor arrested for possessing child porn. Maybe this is why Downing Street picked Patrick Rock to advise on the problems of Internet porn – apparently the guy really is an expert.
London mayor calls for state removal of children based on parents’ political beliefs. By golly, the mayor does bear an eerie resemblance to the sort of creepy predator who absconds with children.
Matthew McConaughey thanks God after winning Oscar. Hollywood audience stunned into silence.
Undaunted by actual temps, Warmists predict 7-9° warming of planet by end of century. Traditional English-speaking science organizations seem permanently stuck on stupid, signaling a sad dénouement for Western civilization.
Obama’s military in action. From an “Army of One” to an “Army of Onanism.” From “Semper Fi” to “Simper Fi.” Air Force: from “Aim High” to “AIDS High.” And the Navy… well, actually, they can stick with “Be Someone Special.” (Yes, that’s an American soldier in drag.)
Darrell Issa: Lois Lerner is testifying Wednesday! – Her lawyer: no she’s not! This is some crazy shit, even for Washington, D.C.
Only his second day on the job, head of Ukrainian navy defects. Russian gunmen surrounded his building and cut off his electricity, forcing the poor guy into his first decision as commander of the navy. He decided to surrender. Even worse, he went on Russian television to swear allegiance to the Russia-backed usurpers in Crimea. In the halls of infamy, the name Denis Berezovsky will hang alongside Benedict Arnold and Jane Fonda.
After warning Russia, Obama jokes about nuclear war at fundraiser “happy hour.” Because, dontcha know, the idea that Russia is blind to his brilliance and might ignore his sternly-worded warning is just… humorous.
With Russia sending military into Ukraine, mocking Obama’s warning speech… let’s remember who tried to tell Obama that Russia is a “geopolitical foe” while Obama disagreed adamantly:
“Gov. Romney… the 1980s, they’re now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because, you know, the Cold War’s been over for 20 years.”
Computer-generated fake papers are flooding academia. Scientific conferences and publications can’t seem to tell the difference. One of the main instigators of this trend says, “I’m psyched, it’s so great. These papers are so funny, you read them and can’t help but laugh. They are total bullshit.” Now we know how Global Warming got into print.
Another Republican politician without a spine. Jan Brewer vetoed Arizona’s new religious freedom legislation, pretending in her press conference that it was a drastic erasure of gay rights even though all it did was bring Arizona into line with about thirty other states.
Driver roll up the partition please
I don’t need you seeing Yonce on her knees
Oh he so horny, yeah he want to f—
He popped all my buttons, and he ripped my blouse
He Monica Lewinsky-ed all on my gown
I just wanna be the girl you like, the girl you like…
Does anybody in the music industry actually make music anymore?
Minnesota explosion linked to Al Qaeda. The January explosion, which killed three and hospitalized thirteen others, was in a predominately Somali neighborhood in a building owned by a man officially associated with Islamic terrorists but the local FBI office, without bothering to conduct an investigation, quickly announced that there was “no evidence of terrorist activity.” Then they went back to work… investigating Tea Party groups.
Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe under attack by the left, including CBS News. They’re angry because he narrated a Wal-Mart ad in which the company pledges to pump $250 billion into U.S. manufacturers – horrors! – so naturally they started lying and accused him of being a “shill for the oppressors.” Long story short: another reason to like Mike Rowe.
SCOTT WALKER BROKE CAMPAIGN RULES!!! Oh wait, it was 26 years ago. In college. When he ran for president of the student government. He mentioned that he was going to run before campaign rules allowed him to mention it. Never mind. (Must have been a real slow news day at HuffPo.)