Monthly Archives: December 2011

For Auld Lang Syne

And there’s a hand, my trusty friend! And give us a hand o’ thine! And we’ll take a right good-will draught, for auld lang syne. Happy New Year, everyone! Continue reading

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The Nine Tailors: A New Year’s Best Read

A winter’s eve in the desolate Holy Land of the English where stolen emeralds and unfaithful servants sow the seeds of mystery and death. The Nine Tailors by Christian author Dorothy L. Sayers is set in the Fen country of northeastern Britain, a bleak marshy landscape where clanging church bells compete for dominion with the cold whistling wind. Continue reading

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European Union and the Bureaucracy Bullies

The EU meltdown seems to have cooled down for now. After months of poking frenzied fingers into every fiscal hole breaching the dyke of bureaucratic debt, the masters of the EU-nicorn project are now holding their breadth in hopes that all the plugs will hold. Continue reading

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Military Women from Around the World

A special salute to women in the military from around the globe. Ah, there’s just something about a woman in uniform. The last scene of this video has a bit of a surprise. Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Ain’t the Be All nor the End All

That old gaseous put down used by gay marriage maniacs and all others of their political ilk in their attempt to dismiss conservative lesbians and gays as a societal non sequitur gets a common sense going over at Hot Air. Jazz Shaw, columnist for Hot Air’s Green Room, presents the perspective of a closeted conservative lesbian who responds to that liberal head-scratching conundrum: how can gays vote for a Republican? Continue reading

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Bill Maher: A Cry for Help

When snarky white liberal men expend their life’s energies denigrating the religious spirit and doing so with that swaggering in with the in-crowd sense of superiority, you can bet your bottom dollar that these nasty ninnies are suffering from a basic fear of faith. Continue reading

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Battle for the Senate: Republicans Gain Ground

The Republicans’ good chances of gaining majority control of the US Senate just got even better. With the announced retirement of Senator Ben Nelson (D) of Nebraska, the Democrats must now defend 23 Senate seats in 2012 while the Republicans have only 10 seats to defend. Continue reading

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Cheetah the Chimpanzee Dies

Cheetah the Chimpanzee, co-star of the early Tarzan movies from the 1930s, died on Saturday at the age of 80 from kidney failure. Such a long life span is a phenomenal accomplishment for a chimp considering that most only live approximately 45 years in captivity. Continue reading

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Volkswagen and the Namby-Pamby Male

The latest Volkswagen commercial has been making the advertising rounds and it’s giving us a glimpse of just what type of down market male this car company is attempting to attract. Continue reading

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British Military Wives Sing for their Servicemen

Wherever You Are is a moving love song written by Royal Wedding composer Paul Mealor for the choir to sing at The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance. The music is set to a poem compiled from letters to and from the servicemen and their wives on a 6-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. It is the raw emotion of the song that has touched so many of the British public. Continue reading

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Linus Reminds Us of the True Meaning of Christmas

It’s not the mall, it’s not the gifts, it’s not the tree, it’s not the turkey, and it’s not the festivities nor the fuss. The true meaning of Christmas, as Linus reminds us, is the birth of the babe in Bethlehem. Continue reading

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Merry Christmas to All!

Fröhliche Weihnachten! Nollaig Shona Daoibh! Naadelik looan na looan blethen noweth! Merry Christmas in three languages, German, Irish, and Cornish. I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday in any language. Continue reading

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Christmas is Almost Here!

Tomorrow is Christmas Eve day, the best day of the year. So while you’re donning your gay apparel and decking your holiday halls, here’s a little Disney delight to put you in that Christmas card frame of mind. Continue reading

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

I’m an avid Tolkien fan and was very impressed with Peter Jackson’s cinematic production of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. So, I’m now eagerly awaiting his next project, The Hobbit. Continue reading

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Matt Damon: Voice of the 1%

The Hollywood progressive heartland continues to voice its disenchantment with that Big White House Zero, commonly known as Barack Hussein Obama. And one of the loudest loudmouths of the movie Marxists, Mr. Matt Damon, has once again opened wide to spew forth his version of the liberal lament. Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2012

The night is dark and the sun is gone,
Yet we know that the wheel turns on.
Through midnight’s hour, solid and dark,
Within our hearts there remains a spark.
Blessed be! Continue reading

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Tebow Gets Toppled

Is Tebow mania at an end? Can it be that Not So Tiny Tim is now down for the count? Say it ain’t so, Denver. Continue reading

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Reprieve for the Incandescent Light Bulb

The incandescent light bulb will be around a bit longer now that the GOP seems to have effectively booted the ban on the bulb that was to go into effect in January 2012. And of course, General Electric, the company that proclaims crony capitalism as their most important product, is not very happy about the rebirth of that old-fashioned energy waster. Continue reading

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Lesbian Chic: Where Clothes and Cars Meet the Masses

Lesbian Chic: Where Clothes and Cars Meet the Masses Continue reading

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Christmas Quotes: The Good, the Bad, the Funny

Christmas Quotes: the Good, the Bad, the Funny Continue reading

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Mrs. Peel: The Avenging Woman

A lightly erotic fantasy Friday brought to you courtesy of Mrs. Emma Peel aka Diana Rigg. Mrs. Peel puts paid to those female eunuchs in the Robert Palmer dime-a-dozen mannequin music video. She’s simply irresistible. Continue reading

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Catholic Flash Mob: Jesus Takes the Mall

As the Left-wing secular legions attempt to drive our religious heritage from the American public stage, there are some brave souls out there who are pushing back against the hellions of anti-religious hate. Continue reading

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GOProud Shake Up

After the fallout from the outing episode surrounding Rick Perry’s campaign strategist, the GOProud Board has decided it’s time for a change at the top. Christopher Barron has been removed from GOProud’s Chairman position and will be replaced by Lisa De Pasquale, the former head of CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference). Barron will remain with the organization as a board member while Jimmy LaSalvia will continue in his role as Executive Director. Continue reading

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Canada Kicks the Kyoto Habit

Good news for the sake of sanity and common sense and for our Canadian compatriots up north. Peter Kent, Canada’s Environmental Minister, announced today that Canada is pulling out of the Kyoto Climate Change Accords. And in so doing, the Canucks become the first country to walk out on the man-made global Green scheme. Continue reading

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Once Again it’s Tebow Time: Broncos Win!

Once again, Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos pull out another comeback victory. Down 10 – 0 to the Chicago Bears, Tebow plowed down the field and threw a 10-yard pass for a touchdown with just over two minutes left in regulation play. A 59-yard field goal would tie the game. Despite the Bears winning the toss in overtime, a fumble gave the ball to the Broncos and another long field goal clinched the win. Continue reading

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