"First one way, then the other." (Linked at http://www.solomonia.com/wp/2011/02/video-the-obama-administrations-egypt-policy-in-30-seconds/ by Martin Solomon.) Ben Smith reports it didn't take long. Democratic Official Gives Obama Credit for Egypt. In the video this optimistic democrat is quoted at length as Paul Reubens provides a brief visual summary of the President's handling of the events of the past two weeks.
Chris Mathews, Richard Wolffe, and Jay Newton Small are so steeped in the progressive flippancy about all things Sarah Palin they do not realize the joke is on them. Congratulations you three. We could not have scripted a better demonstration of the ignorance of the mainstream media on things of real importance.
It's great to know that the sensibilities of easily offended Muslim travelers are more important to the administration than the well being of our children. At http://BulletPeople is our blog.
A video to send to your representative. The spider is D.C. The lightning bug / firefly is you. The flashes are rallies. The storm is the 2010 midterm elections. At http://boingboing.net/2010/08/05/spider-eats-a-lightn.html is the original by waltbosz. "Glome was a web--I the swollen spider, squat at its center, gorged with men's stolen lives." C.S. Lewis
Here' a video blog that reveals, perhaps unintentionally, just how dangerous we who have been identified by the Department of Homeland Security as potential domestic terrorists are.
The U.S. Census Bureau explains race as a matter of self-identification. What is the parent of a minor child to do? Ask the child himself how he self-identifies? And sensible as it is for the parents to decide the child's race, it defeats the bureau's concept of race as a matter of self-identification. They simply did not think this all the way through regarding self-identification.
At http://blog.eyeblast.tv/2010/05/aim-anger-at-illegals-and-you-pick-the-wrong-target/ is an editorial on this.
If the U.S. Census Director Robert M. Groves can spend our money on video guides in 63 languages--including Swahili--well, we can at least make fun of this questionable use of our tax dollars. At http://BulletPeople.com is my blog.