“Gambling Hotline. My name is Josh; to whom am I speaking?” “Yeah, hi, putz. My name is Ghettoputer Gormogon, and I’m sitting at the Leaping Peacock’s video blackjack machines. I’m about $300 in the hole, here, and I noticed your …Continue reading →
At this point, it is a three-person race. Dr. Ben Carson continues on his book tour, enjoying the limelight but not sure what to do with it. He’s contributing nothing at this point. Gov. John Kasich at this point is …Continue reading →
GorT is an optimist and tends to see the good in people and gives them the benefit of the doubt until such time as evidence presents itself that he should think otherwise. I’m tending to think that the vast majority …Continue reading →
This is a two-fer post from GorT as both topics fall into the subject line. Topic 1: Justice Scalia’s Replacement My personal take on this is that the Senate Republicans screwed up but did nothing illegal or unconstitutional. Specifically, I …Continue reading →
Operative B writes in to encapsulate his annoyance with the Democrats’ execrable reaction to the passing of Justice Scalia. Your Majesty, The latest internet meme about the loss of Antonin Scalia is that we either replace him or we’re in …Continue reading →
Mark Spahn of West Seneca, New York, mused the following; Sleeper possibility: Obama nominates a CAIR/Brotherhood Moslem. After all, Governor Christie has appointed Moslems to the New Jersey bench. Upon confirmation the Moslem justice would take the name Mohammed al-Sharia. …Continue reading →
Well, not literally fallout. That’s from a different kind of physics. But ScottO, troubled minion, has been having no luck getting to sleep due to all this gravity wave talk. Indeed, ever hungry for science that even the Czar can …Continue reading →
A lot of hay has been made recently about the “diversity in Tech” – both for racial minorities and for women. Reporting out on these statistics makes me uneasy (and not for the reason you might think), there is trouble …Continue reading →
Today, mainstream media outlets paused in their breathless coverage of the Zika virus to cover another science story they don’t remotely understand: the confirmation of the existence of gravity waves. You probably don’t understand the importance of this because you’re …Continue reading →
Yesterday, Mark Spahn of West Seneca, New York, asked for the hundredth time where all these American apologists for Islam—particularly Barack Obama—find reference to the Islamic Golden Rule. Greetings from deep inside the deep blue enclave of Chapel Hill. With …Continue reading →
The Czar is not posting a review of Saturday’s Republican debate as he did not see it. He was instead watching the Chicago Blackhawks trounce the Dallas Stars with the star of this video: The video was premiered Saturday evening, …Continue reading →
So National Review’s Kevin D. Williamson wrote an acute piece on some of the continuities between Donald Trump’s supporters and those of Pat Buchanan in 1996 (there’s probably a link to Perot in ’92, but his appeal was more technocratic and …Continue reading →
Back in 2008 and 2009 when the country was all in a tizzy over moving off of the evil incandescent lightbulbs and moving us to use the compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) to the point that the government banned the manufacturing …Continue reading →
The Czar cannot remember anyone being excited about the Iowa caucuses, given they’re (a) caucuses and (b) in Iowa. But last night’s event was just as much fun as a national election, but doubled. First was the Republican side, which …Continue reading →
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