News to Know
Philanthropy did little for Haiti, the culprit corruption. Yet another example of our government’s tendency to throw money at a problem and expect a solution.
Some good news to brighten up your weekend!
Justice Stevens could be out this year!
Corruption is everywhere…
I’m getting tired of these economists saying “indicators say things are getting better.” Who really knows; we could be in this for a while.
Do you really want to read it?
It could go back to a military tribunal. Cross your fingers!
Wow, I’m actually impressed!
I’ve got mine on order.
Because honesty shouldn’t be on camera!
The harsh reality of it, we are all human and have compassion somewhere inside.
Ok if you watch Fox you probably already heard this one, but this is for the rest…
Everyone should heed his words carefully!
I’ll give you three guesses!
Classics never get old! Everyone should see this one.
This is great TV!
Stupid Quote of the Week
“If I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times. Yeah that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. Because that’s exactly what they are.” – Ed Schultz
Opinion of the Week
Matt’s Posts for the Week
Fact of the Week
Celery has negative calories. It takes more calories to eat a piece of celery than it has in it!
Don’t Put the Cart Before the Horse
Just a few days ago Scott Brown defied the odds and took over the Massachusetts Senate seat that had been held by a democrat for over 40 years! People are excited and ready for Senator Brown to bring change to Washington, after all he claims to be a Republican but he stands as an independent. Some are even talking about a Presidential run in the near future for Mr. Brown, but don’t get too wrapped up in the moment. This is an important milestone, one that we should all be excited about, but we need results. There are a lot of politicians on both sides that excel at pitching convincing promises, but promises do not help our country move in the right direction. President Obama made his way into the White House with convincing promises of change and a united political leadership. I hope Scott Brown will be an independent voice in the Senate but only time and his record will illustrate the truth. Don’t put the cart before the horse!