I’m sure I’m a bit late on commenting on the Dewar’s ad. I had to go in to work early this morning, and somehow the conversation turned to wines. I thought I would make it a little more low-brow, so I introduced Night Train. My interest was piqued, and when I got home, I sought… Continue reading Serious? Ly?
If he isn’t already, Ted Nugent should be the poster child for all things right-wing-loon. Assuming you don’t want to hear the obnoxious affectation of his vocal inflection that sounds far more like a speech impediment than how he probably thinks it sounds, here is the gist: Barack Obama is “… attempting to reimplement [sic]… Continue reading Ted Nugent, “Warrior”
It’s been around for a while, but the genre of television-delivered brain atrophy therapy known as the high school drama keeps intruding into commercials. Granted, my viewing of those commercials implies I am already undergoing a less potent form of the same therapy. Nevertheless, I am compelled to comment on that particular genre to my… Continue reading High School Dramas
I was just thinking about redistricting a little more. The idea is to ensure that the undesirables’ votes be concentrated together in urban areas in deference to Real Merkins®. I think one could achieve the same goal without the absurdity of gerrymandering. Stick to simple boundaries. Rather than partitioning the representation by simple population, however,… Continue reading Redistricting
This Talking Points Memo story pointed to a Republican State Leadership Committee REDMAP Summary Report: REDMAP How a Strategy of Targeting State Legislative Races in 2010 Led to a Republican U.S. House Majority in 2013: [A]ggregated numbers show voters pulled the lever for Republicans only 49 percent of the time in congressional races, suggesting that… Continue reading Let’s Moderate Democracy for People of a Certain -ahem- Hue