Monthly Archives: October 2012


With the exception of an Atlantic hurricane, hell hath no furry like a wealthy woman scorned.  And apparently the contentious divorce between Staples founder Thomas Stemberg and his ex was no exception.  The divorce itself is old news, but the … Continue reading

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Is it just me or does anyone else feel like they keep hearing the strains of the Five Man Electrical Band? Apology, apology, everywhere an apology. Todd Akin, Missouri Senate Candidate and part time quack doctor, apologized for claiming that … Continue reading

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Life During War Time

It’s almost Halloween – so you know what that means, don’t you?   Only a couple months until “The Liberals” annual war on Christmas.  I hope we can afford it this year, what with the war on drugs, the war … Continue reading

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From the Mouths of Babes

As I was preparing to watch last night’s debate, my 10-year old turned to me and said, “does Mitt Romney have any good ideas, whatsoever?” I’ll concede that goodness, if not in a beholder’s eye, is at least in her … Continue reading

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Getting Jobbed

There’s nothing like a good, old-fashioned double standard to make you feel alive. Apparently the rage these days is for neo-con business leaders to to take responsibility for creating jobs but not for those jobs’ demise. At least a couple … Continue reading

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Weapons of Mass Production

Did  you hear the one about the army that doesn’t want any more tanks and the legislature that insists the army should keep buying them? What kind of backward-ass, third world…? Yes, the U.S. Army doesn’t want these tanks; and … Continue reading

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Secretariat of Defense

I sometimes wonder if the Obama campaign is being run by Bill Belichick. Last year, in the face of incontrovertible evidence that his defense was giving it up like a prom queen on roofies, Belichick famously characterized its play as … Continue reading

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