The Czar thinks Scott Walker, among others, would in particular make a fine president. Too bad, really, because reality doesnt give a hoot about what the Czar thinks, nor what ought to be even were we incorrect. Indeed, realty kind …Continue reading →
Operative BG writes in: Dr. J., Is it possible I’ve divined the actual location of Castle Gormogon? Dr. J’s prescription shows the castle’s phone number as 888-867-5309, which is apparently located at 2209 Whitten Road, Memphis, TN 38133. I’m thinking …Continue reading →
‘Puter imagines this to be the creative process in the New York Times’ editorial suites. Here comes another double-flusher from Keller! ‘Puter was enthralled to read today the the New York Times editorial board fervently believes that judicial retention elections …Continue reading →
Conservatives and Republicans alike had an amazing week. The Czar has been saying over and over that the Right is dominating the social media scene: Twitter, Blogger, Thiser, Thatter, and (increasingly) Facebook is now becoming a vast, right-wing playground from …Continue reading →
Man, what a hangover. Czar and ‘Puter were up for two days straight, celebrating Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s historic beat-down of labor unions with the fine serving wenches at the Leaping Peacock. Before you get all “‘Puter’s a sexist pig,” …Continue reading →
There has been lots of analysis and discussion about the recall election of Gov. Walker in Wisconsin and the meaning of the outcome. We’ve done a fair amount here and it’s all worthy reading. However, regardless of how the left …Continue reading →
How the Obama campaign has been treating the press; and the press has beengetting a little tired of it. Many of us on the Right are thumping our knees with laughter over the Lefts outrageous denial that the Walker re-election …Continue reading →
To: Confucius, Œ.V., ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛, ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛, Kyrgyzstan.From: J, M.D., D.Sith., Castle G, Plateau of Leng, Wisc.Subject: 5 out of 6 ain’t badAll the rest of us have posted today, no pressure, big guy. Ok, fine, as Volgi, Confucius* should take a …Continue reading →
This is how Ms. Brzezinski shouldhave looked, had she a grip on reality. ‘Puter watches Morning Joe on MSNBC each morning. ‘Puter already knows what he thinks and why. ‘Puter wants to see what liberalism’s best and brightest think on …Continue reading →
Your Mandarin wishes to extend his congratulations to Governor Scott Walker and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch on their victory last night. Your Mandarin is also pleased with the overall outcome of this recall effort and the ongoing impact it is …Continue reading →
Why ‘Puter reads E.J. Dionne is beyond ‘Puter. Heck, why anyone reads E.J. Dionne is beyond ‘Puter. Yet, like a moth to the flame, Green Lantern to Kato and Czar to the closest cervine, ‘Puter is inexorably drawn to Mr. …Continue reading →
…but that doesn’t mean you’re supposed to call Castle G three times a day. The Doc reminds me that tomorrow is the Wisconsin primary, and as Castle Gormogon’s current location in this dimension is in Wisconsin*, that means we’ve been …Continue reading →
And the mail comes in: Great and Mighty, etc., Dreadful, etc., цѣсарь, Your humble Burgher of Bong sends greetings from the land of Badgers and Beer-makers and Meat-Packers. Also the land of pointless recall elections, expensive ‘bring out your dead’ …Continue reading →
Not too far off from an essay in which is Czar showed how liberals continually move the goalposts out of a mistaken belief in their own popularity, Walter Russell Mead at The American Interest recounts the same history of the …Continue reading →
Well, now, what do we make of the Wisconsin recall elections? We could mention that the GOPs success wasnt overwhelming. We could mention that the two predictable wins gained by the Democrats may very well be offset by next weeks …Continue reading →
Well, by now you have heard that Justice David Prosser of Wisconsin has somehow produced over seven-thousand votes that were lost under highly questionable circumstances. Although at the time of this writing his opponent has not conceded, there seems to …Continue reading →
Dr. J writes in: I just wanted to let you know, I found 723 absentee ballots for Assistant Attorney General Kloppenberg in the back of my Prius… There seems to be a lot of that going around. Also, ballots that, …Continue reading →
According to The Christian Science Monitors Mark Guarino, todays local elections in Wisconsin are all about collective bargaining: Election Day in Wisconsin, Tuesday, is becoming yet another chapter in the ongoing debate over the collective-bargaining power for unions in that …Continue reading →
BG writes in with a curious observation on scrapbooking: O Noble Czar Apropos of the Царица’s observation that anyone who wants to dump on a teacher for being an over-compensated, lazy-ass greedy bastard only has to point to Madison, Wisconsin, …Continue reading →
The other Gormogons have covered the ground mightily with regards to the Wisconsin protests but I thought I’d throw out a few benefits that maybe people aren’t aware of that will likely fall (if they weren’t eliminated by today’s bill …Continue reading →
As many of you know, the Царица is herself a public school teacher in a tough part of town to the east of Muscovy. She has been impressed with the yanked carpet the Wisconsin state Republican senators pulled on their …Continue reading →
The veritable Burgher of Bong (shut up, its a real place) writes us: Great and Mighty, etc., Dreadful, etc., цѣсарь, From the outskirts of the Bong Recreational Area, I shamefully admit to having just worked out the tribute our family …Continue reading →
Not so much a reply, but a follow up to dear Puters takedown of a Time magazine letter to the editor. Thanks to Geep, the Czar was able to read the union bosss letter, and discovered, to no surprise, that …Continue reading →
Man, the Czar wishes he wrote this. He could have, at least stylistically. But indeed, this is an actual letter from Wisconsins Senate Majority Leader, Scott Fitzgerald, to absentee democratic Senator Mark Miller. Enjoy every word: March 7, 2011 Sen. …Continue reading →
Wisconsin State Assemblyman Peter Barca, Democrat, is quoted by CBS News (without any sense of irony or correction) as saying that state Republicans trampled on democracy though throughout the day and really throughout this past week. What happened was the …Continue reading →
Public sector unions generally, and the Wisconsin teachers’ union specifically, have lost the first battle in the emerging war over taxpayer funded salaries and benefits. Despite the unions’ misplaced yet fervent belief, the public was not swayed to their side …Continue reading →
Look at the size of the crowd in Madison. Here is the great news: this is the pro-Walker crowd, counter-protesting the union thugs who have swamped the state building. Think this crowd is bigger? Looks like. And sure hope so. …Continue reading →
The worst part of this account is that nothing in it really surprises the Czar. Basically, this report confirms your suspicion that the protestors in Madison are hired thugs intent on causing real problems. The tea party plans to rally …Continue reading →
Your Czarness: Might I humbly suggest that your lute-fish-eating neighbors-to-the-north-of-Muscovy, well, they might be in need of a word of encouragement, seein` as how the duly elected Democratic members of their State Senate done up and run. And they run…south…oddly …Continue reading →
As an update to ‘Puter’s post immediately below, in a shocking move, the Democrat leader of the Wisconsin State Senate voted with Republicans to vote down the Assembly approved giveaways. Unions and Democrats are said to be “stunned.” Well, good. …Continue reading →
Peggy West, a county supervisor in Milwaukee, WI, does not understand why Arizona wants to prohibit illegal immigration when it is nowhere near the Mexican border, like Texas is. People are making a lot of hay that she is a …Continue reading →
Your Volgi has returned from a distant land without decent internet service. Not that anyone missed him. I have no idea what the Czar was talking about here. Aren’t all corn-dogs fried? Besides, I have it on good authority that …Continue reading →
So y’all saw all the coverage of President Obama’s “yay for socialized medicine” rally at Lambeau Field yesterday. I’m sure that they mentioned the thousand people who showed up in the middle of the workday to protest. Punningly, they called …Continue reading →
We’re here to mock, so I’ll mock away: Apparently, 孔夫子, the Œcumenical Volgi (The Notorious ŒV) – could he have a longer name?, took matters into his own hands to make the blog more funny. See the news report here. …Continue reading →
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