Gervais S. Bridges, whose Barbecue and Politics is, whether or not you agree with his politics, an invaluable source of the best of South Carolina's "two messiest things." He's got a great post up over there about certain pro-school voucher organizations, all of whom share a Gervais street address. He also has some links to … Continue reading Nonprofit Scalawags: The Democrats Fail (Again)
It was another stump speech by the woman who wants to be the next president. She was at USC, was talking about alternative fuels, when she was interrupted by Marti Comyns, who carried a sign saying "she doesn't care, all she wants is power." (Not Very Bright, who is not exactly from Ms. Comyns' corner … Continue reading Never Mind the Bullocks, It’s the Candidates
Ninth Sunday After Pentecost (Proper 12) - Year C The Man Who Invented ChutzpahGenesis 18:20-32; Psalm 138; Colossians 2:6-15; Luke 11:1-13 Now, Abraham had a rule: no one wandered through his vast land in Mamre without some good old Hebrew hospitality. He learned it growing up at his father’s knee. There’s no such thing as … Continue reading
I didn't watch the debate on television last night. Not because of my usual superciliousness, but because I was sitting in the audience at the Citadel. Beforehand, I went to the "VIP" reception and ate a couple of dry pimiento cheese sandwichettes, some melon balls and nursed a Diet Coke. (I'm a hardcore party animal, … Continue reading The You Tube Debate–Clinton Proves She’s the Man
I had a wonderful vacation, thank you. But I came back to President Cheney. All of the high crimes and misdemeanors that George Bush has committed in the past six years pale in the light of his voluntarily letting Dick Cheney become President, even for a few hours. Whatever happened to giving your life for … Continue reading Now can we impeach him?