Archive for June, 2013

Obama scandals user handbook 2nd edition

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

The June 2013 updated Obama scandals user handbook

With the Obama administration mired in several scandals, a user handbook was created to explain them all.

Less than one month later, new scandals erupted and additional information came to light with ongoing ones.

With that, here are the updates.



The RNC comes to Hollywood

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

Hollywood and media liberals attacked the Republican National Committee for not having more Hollywood celebrities at the RNC meetings in Tinseltown. As always, the left just does not get it.


North Dakota Jewish dating report

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

After three days in Fargo, here is my North Dakota Jewish dating report.

In Los Angeles, one scrolls through hundreds if not thousands of profiles. In North Dakota, typing in area code 701 covers the entire state. There were exactly three women.

One was not Jewish. She just liked Jewish guys.

A second one was Jewish, and of Japanese descent. A third one was Jewish, and from Madrid, Spain. So if things do not work out with one of them, there is always the other one.

None of them have logged in the last three weeks, and most likely never will again. This reduces the available choices to zero.

Wednesday has me flying back to Los Angeles.

This concludes the North Dakota Jewish dating report.



Your date has been canceled

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

How to react to a canceled date

One of the worst aspects of dating is when a date is canceled, especially on the day of the date. It has happened to most of us, and technology makes matters worse. Now instead of a telephone call, people break dates through text messages, instant messenger, or Facebook.

So how should a person react when a date is canceled? A general rule is the Golden Rule.



Santa Monica shooting

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Tragic shooting not connected to President Obama or Santa Monica College

Los Angeles became the latest county to suffer a mass shooting in 2013. On Friday, a gunman went on a violent rampage in Santa Monica.

As of now, no motive has been established. The location of the college seems to be a coincidence. President Obama’s proximity seems to be a coincidence.



A short-term IRS fix

Friday, June 7th, 2013

One way to right IRS wrongs

Of all the Obama administration scandals, IRS abuses is the simplest. IRS officials deliberately targeted conservative, tea party, pro-Israel, and other groups solely for disagreeing with Obama administration policies.

The IRS also managed to get in additional trouble by getting caught wasting fifty million dollars on various pleasure junkets disguised as business conferences.

Listening to Obama promise “accountability” and “responsibility” serves no purpose. Those words are meaningless, discredited slogans. An actual solution exists to the IRS problem.



Obama has our telephone records

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Obama, Verizon and data mining: Is this a scandal?

The Obama administration is caught up in so many scandals that many Americans are becoming numb to them.

In a possible historic first, Obama may now be releasing scandals on top of scandals to confuse people unable to separate the debacles from the mere kerfuffles.

The newest scandal involves the National Security Agency collecting data from Verizon on all of their customers.



Obama nominates one clod and one anti-Semite to reflect his values

Friday, June 7th, 2013

President Obama declares political war with Rice, Power nominations

Forget comity and “coming together.” President Obama declared all out war on Congressional Republicans with a pair of cabinet decisions meant to spark maximum outrage. Safely reelected, Obama deliberately picked the most polarizing nominees possible.



Reagan era judge saves girl from Dr. Death Sebelius

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Republican judge saves Sarah Murnaghan from death panel bureaucrats

Ten year old Sarah Murnaghan has been given a chance at staying alive thanks to Republican judge Michael M. Baylson.



Chris Christie, Cory Booker, and Mr. Miyagi

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Chris Christie continues to play Hamlet

The recent death of Senator Frank Lautenberg created an opening in the upper chamber and an opportunity for Republicans. Democrats hold a 52 to 48 majority.

Governor Christie could have simply appointed a Republican, who would have eighteen months to build a record before standing for election in November of 2014 for a full six year term. With 2014 expected to be a Republican year, Christie could have given the GOP eight years of Republican votes.

Instead Christie chose to do what he has done since 2009. He confounded everybody. To understand his Senate decision requires understanding his history.