Archive for July, 2013

Eric Holder and Malik Shabazz: A love story

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

A doo-wop love song for Eric Holder and the New Black Panthers

Today is Al Sharpton’s Saturday of Rage, where he will help lead violent protests in the name of justice.  New Black Panthers thug Malik Shabazz will most likely be helping lead riots for the sake of rioting and obtaining free stuff.

Virtually every problem in life, including the fallout from the George Zimmerman scuffle with Trayvon Martin, can be solved with 1950s Doo-Wop music.

Since leftists have often taken the “Kumbaya” and “Love Train” approaches to dealing with violent criminals, perhaps their successful can be replicated. In the interest of diversity and culture, somebody needs to lovingly sing Doo-Wop music to Shabazz.

Serenading a warm adorable racist fuzzball works best to the 1950s group “The Silhouettes.”

“Sha ba ba ba, ba ba ba ba ba, ba bazzzzzz (sung thrice),

Sha ba ba ba, ba ba ba ba ba…

Yip dip dip dip dip dip dip dip,

mm mm mm mm mm mm,

Get a job.”




Bobo the Harvard dodo is less than so-so

Friday, July 19th, 2013

Lawrence D. Bobo, Trayvon Martin, and the dumbing down of Harvard

According to his airbrushed biography, “Lawrence D. Bobo is the W. E. B. Du Bois Professor of the Social Sciences and Chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Harvard University.”

He is one of many blacks in prominent societal positions who believes that the acquittal of George Zimmerman proves America is racist to its core.

If Bobo wants to know what is killing black America, he should look in the mirror.



What Big Ears got right

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

President Obama’s greatest success

President Obama has had many setbacks since his reelection.  Obama’s policies have had unintended consequences, which is why his greatest success is in itself an unintended consequence.



Obamacare collapsing on top of Democrats

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Obamacare mandate delayed until after the 2014 elections

The Obama administration quietly during the July 4th weekend leaked to the media that the employer mandate provision in the Affordable Care Act would be delayed one year until 2015. This gives Democrats a chance to battle in the 2014 elections without the albatross of unpopular legislation hanging over their heads.

Democrats will insist that this delay has nothing to do with partisan politics, but partisan politicians would naturally say that. Valid questions deserve to be asked in the wake of this development.






More leftist gay tolerance

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Gay Seattle leftists physically assault Christians

In another round of liberal violence, Seattle leftists spent the day acting like Seattle leftists. When anti-gay protesters dared to disagree with the politically correct agenda, gay rights activists physically assailed them.




The coming Sharpton Intifada

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Yassir Arafat, Al Sharpton, and the coming American Intifada

Al Sharpton is about to become the next Yassir Arafat.






NFC Characters: The 17 best ever

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

The top 17 NFC characters in NFL history

The National Football League has had many outsized personalities, and “characters” are what makes the NFL the greatest sports league in world history. This list of the 17 greatest characters in NFC history offers one from each team with one at large selection.



My speech at the 2013 Becky Gerritson Appreciation Rally

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

I had the honor of speaking at the 2013 Becky Gerritson Appreciation Rally, put on by the Wetumka, Alabama Tea Party. Gerritson was a victim of IRS abuses, and she fought back.


Spitzer Weiner Redux: Bigger than life, twice as ugly

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Spitzer and Weiner: Twice as ugly

Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer is mulling a run for New York City Controller. Meanwhile, former Brooklyn Congressman Anthony Weiner is mounting a strong bid to become the next Mayor of Manhattan.

While the media focuses on made for television movies about moral terpitude and redemption, a bigger picture than the one Weiner sent is being missed.



Mythical Egyptian Violence

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Violence in Egypt is a good thing

After the Egyptian military ousted President Mohammed Morsi, the peaceful protests in the street turned violent. That is the narrative the media is pushing, and it is completely false.