Monthly Archives: May 2010

Arizona sings

The latest polls show that more than 80 percent of Americans are dissatisfied with the way the economy is headed. Another poll shows a majority of Americans —- more than 60 percent, in fact —- approve of Arizona’s tough new … Continue reading


Goobernatorial candidates

The race for the Republican nomination for governor of California between Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner keeps getting more down and more dirtier as the June 8 primary nears. Certainly is entertaining listening to the TV ads as Whitman and … Continue reading

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Shirt tales

The archaic cliche “keep your shirt on” —– which meant to calm down, be patient — may be prime for a revival. This time the expression will take on an alternative meaning. It’s this: Republican candidates running for offices in … Continue reading

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‘Supreme’ beings

Time magazine recently named it’s 100 most influential people in the world. The list reads like a Who’s Who and Who’s What?! President Obama made the list, naturally. As did Steve Jobs. But to prove they’re not only influenced only … Continue reading


Know your enemy combatants

Enough already with that inept would-be terrorist who left the keys to his getaway car in his bomb in Times Square. Note to every cable news network —- stop running his photo with that smug, snarky look on his face. … Continue reading

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Waiting for Mel Brooks

Entertainment presents itself in many forms while one waits in line outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to hear Mel Brooks discuss his 1968 outrageous comedy “The Producers.” Act I The sea of humanity on that sacred Hollywood ground is a character … Continue reading

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The spill of it all

The massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Disaster in the Gulf? Eco-catastrophe threatens economy? No, try “Obama’s Katrina.” Yep, the right wing-nuts are calling it that. Which must be a compliment, because they didn’t have a problem when … Continue reading

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But seriously folks…

The White House Correspondents’ Dinner served up a roast with laughs at the expense of President Obama, politicians of both parties and the media. Jay Leno was the host of the roast. Conan O’Brien was also invited, but he bowed … Continue reading

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