Monthly Archives: November 2009

Media obsession

If you’re an entertainment or sports celebrity, the more private you are the more TV news speculates you have to hide. This week all media, including sports, scrutiny is on the world’s best golfer (and role model for kids) Tiger … Continue reading

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Media obsession

If you’re an entertainment or sports celebrity, the more private you are the more TV news speculates you have to hide. This week all media, including sports, scrutiny is on the world’s best golfer (and role model for kids) Tiger … Continue reading

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Complaining about not complaining

Emanuel Cleaver, a Democratic Congressman from Missouri, proposed that Wednesday could have been “Stop Complaining Day.” You know, a day when everyone wouldn’t whine about something. In essence, the Complaint Department would have been closed. Once again the Republicants, well, … Continue reading

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Guess who’s not coming to dinner

President Obama hosted his first state dinner on Tuesday night for the Prime Minister of India and the Republicants apparently didn’t think it was appropriate. Grand Ole Party-poopers. Jabba the Butt Limbaugh belched that he thought it was inappropriate that … Continue reading

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JFK + 46

As the saying goes, and I paraphrase, no death ever changed the world. Well, the assassination of John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, changed America. Saturday was the 46th anniversary of JFK’s murder, and it went by with hardly … Continue reading

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Conservative Christmas carols

So what could possibly be better than that copy of “Death Panels” Palin’s book “Going Rogue” in your Christmas stocking? A CD of Christmas songs by God’s army —- the Conservative Party, formerly known as the Republican Party. The Republican … Continue reading

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Say it ain’t so, O

More breaking news about the H1N1 vaccine? Are there enough votes for the health care plan? What’s the latest about whether more troops will be sent to Afghanistan and when? No, these stories didn’t lead the TV cable news. It … Continue reading

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New words

The New Oxford American Dictionary’s word of the year is unfriend, which means to remove someone as a friend on a socialnetworking Web site like Facebook. Any hip person knows that the term is actually defriend. Be that as it … Continue reading

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Prime time Palin

Sarah Palin week continues with the Alaskan Avalanche of Awesomeness appearing on several TV shows: 1. “30 Rock”: Palin fills in for Tina Fey as Liz and it freaks out Alec Baldwin’s character so much that Baldwin has to take … Continue reading

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America’s guilty pleasure

Welcome to Sarah Palin week. The gift that keeps on giving is the nation’s early Christmas present. Sarah Palin this and Sarah Palin that. All week long. Are you ready for some Palin? You bet’cha! More stories about herself and … Continue reading

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