I saw some bumper stickers today, posted at Legal Insurrection, that reflect a misguided belief that Jesus of Nazareth was a Liberal. I can find no indication in the bible that Jesus held any political belief other than to convey the word of God, and point out where the Pharisees and Sadducees had moved away from it. The closest political statement I find is with regard to Roman taxes.
I suspect Ms. Palin will get some pointed attention from the political pundits, especially on the left, for her accusation the President is a liar for promising transparent government and delivering the opposite.
Phil, the groundhog from Punxsutawney, predicted an early spring. It has arrived at the same time it did last year when he predicted a longer winter.
Mr. Torre, the former manager of the NY Yankees, should probably consider retirement.
There is something magical about an early morning fog, unless you want to go somewhere, and then it is just a pain in the butt.
If Mayor Bloomberg has decided to set his salary at $1 a year, is it based on his value to the city or some other standard?
How do you set a value for life? Is it based on how the individual feels, or how the government feels about the individual?
If killing children is wrong, then why do so many feminists endorse it?
It seems a lot easier to pontificate if you are a politician than if you are a Pope.
Union’s serve a useful purpose, but I am not sure what purpose union leadership serves other than to feather their own nest.
It is easier to point out the faults of others, than it is to quietly accept them.
In baseball, being right 30% of the time is pretty good; in politics it would be spectacular.
Economists should be seen, not heard, political economists shouldn’t even be seen.