Just-retired Rep. Barney Frank says he’d like to serve as a temporary successor to Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, the secretary of state nominee.
The media did a hack-job on a political story to make a politician on “the right” look stupid.
In the new book “The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption” Clay Johnson illustrates with his use of many credible examples that “just as junk food can lead to obesity, junk information can lead to new forms of ignorance.”
I’ll let the real experts disect the critical nuances of the debate, particularly the debate between Romney and Perry, because right now, lets face it, those two are the only ones with a chance in Hell of getting the nomination. If you insist, the Texas gun-slinger was good but the Massachusetts businessman was better, and I think one-upped Perry on almost every issue.
Do you too find it amazing that a major television network would stoop the level of many lefty loonies in this country and actually edit-out certain words from the Pledge of Allegiance? Whoever did the editing should be fired, but we all know that’ll never happen and that’s not the point.
Fannie Mae lost 3.5 billion dollars last quarter, and now’Fannie wants us to cough up 2.5 billion dollars more. If we don’t do it kids, “pretty soon only people who can afford it will be able to buy homes!!!!”