Saturday, October 31, 2009
via The Anchoress
Swanny sent over this video of an actual "Shadow Person" or some Ghost scary thing from the very scary Dudley Town! Ask Dan Ackroyd about Dudleytown. He was just on Coast To Coast, by the way.
Also don't forget this very blog's ghostly New England graveyard encounters, caught on camera.
Again, happy Halloween!
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
In fact, right off the bat, how about a foul video?
I just looked quickly for something that would be instantly blogable. So I googled "crazy monkey".
This video was on the first page. It seems to be an artistic depiction of America and how it necessarily gained the attention of our political, media and university classes.
Let's just say it's a glimpse of how liberals have engaged with our great nation and the results are predictable. America is the sand sculpture and the sculptor is representative of liberty loving, robust and patriotic Americans whose tireless risks and struggles resulted in the most magnificent nation in history. The other monkey embodies liberals, like, say, Rahm Emanuel, or Cass Sunstien or Obama or Biden or so painfully much of the baby boomer generation. It is chilling in it's uncanny truth. I think at this point in Obama's presidency with the house and the senate controlled as it is and the MSM as well that we are at about second number 14 in the 30 second opus:
Friday, October 9, 2009
The surprising part is that she says so publicly.
What will they do to her?
She is quite brave for speaking out.
Megan Mcardle has more Mass insanity here.
"I can’t agree with my colleagues here on CONTENTIONS that a) Barack Obama should reject the Nobel Peace Prize or b) be embarrassed by it. The Nobel Committee chose him wisely because he does, in fact, represent the organization’s highest ideals.
He is an American president queasy about the projection of American power. He is an American president who rejects the notion of American exceptionalism. He is an American president eagerly in pursuit of legitimacy to be granted him not by those who voted for him but by those who do not cast a vote and who chafe at American leadership. It is his devout wish that America become one of many nations, influencing the world indirectly or not influencing it at all, rather than “the indispensable nation,” as Madeleine Albright characterized it. He is the encapsulation, the representative, the wish fulfillment, the very embodiment, of the multilateralist impulse. He is, almost literally, a dream come true for the sorts of people who treasure and value the Nobel Peace Prize.