Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures And there’re more!
shall keep me from reposting some funnies from Powerline’s the Week in Pictures.
Check it out on the biggest screen you have. It updates about every 10 secs. or so. Scroll around, too. Zoom in! What fun! And to think… soon the skies will be empty as will the map. (Though I think there’s a setting to track gliders.)
The days of the cave man have passed. Physical strength no longer gives prowess to the individual. What the twentieth century demands is the trained intellect. The man who knows is the man of the hour. The Standard Question Book and Home Study Outlines, The Frontier Press Company, Buffalo, New York. 1919. This is the
Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
You may not know this, but I am connected, politically speaking. Like, man. You should see my inbox! A former President of the United States of America has emailed me. As have THREE serving UNITED STATES SENATORS!!!!!! They want me to fight for the cause of Liberty! That’s a fight I want to fight. I am more
Here are links to the books I highlighted earlier this weekend. \ It’s like reading a book about the crappy olden days, written in the crappy olden days, isn’t it?
All of punditry is now in the game of explaining what almost none of us saw coming in the Cantor race. —Rich Lowry, Editor, National Review Please accept an invitation from Mr. Big Food and myself to come on down to the Farm sometime this fall– at your convenience, of course, and after
I found two old socks and two empty water bottles. The dogs are content. It’s not raining. Got an apologetic email from the newspaper editor. And Eric Cantor lost BIG. Hahahahahahaha! And now… off to unload the dishwasher.
From a recent Books Bygone essay: The lesson of the Ideals section is this: “All through our history this right of self-government has been insisted upon. This is where our liberty lies: not in freedom from law, but in the freedom to make and therefore obey our own laws. That is the American ideal.” [My
from Mr. Big Food’s Dad, a Texan. WHISKEY In 1952, Armon M. Sweat, Jr., a member of the Texas House of Representatives, was asked about his position on whiskey. What follows is his exact answer(taken from the Political Archives of Texas): “If you mean whiskey, the devil’s brew, the poison scourge, the bloody monster that
via Y’all Politics: Universities land federal grant to pursue energy efficiency Thanks to a grant from the United States Department of Energy, three public universities in Mississippi will be sharing funding to support energy efficient facility improvements in order to cut energy consumption by 20 percent by 2020. An announcement came Wednesday at three succeeding
From American Thinker One day soon, America could wake up to a dozen eggs costing $8 or more. And unless you are involved in some aspect of farming or agriculture, you would never know that egg prices are about to skyrocket or the reason why. With food prices already increasing due to high grain and
UPDATE. It also has nothing to do with interstate commerce. Via The Hill, “Feinstein, other senators propose federal standards for egg-laying hens“ “The egg industry brought this legislation to Congress and has asked us to help them implement the uniform regulations needed to survive and grow,” she said. “The egg industry and the Humane
SuperTalk Mississippi is a state-wide network of commercial talk-radio stations. There are very few nationally syndicated shows (Dave Ramsey being the notable exception). Some of the shows, for example SuperSwap, and the Friday evening broadcasts of high school football, have no political agenda. Those that do are right-leaning– it is Mississippi– but for the most