Monthly Archives: October 2011

Herman Cain and the other NRA

       So you want to be the frontrunner in the Republican presidential candidate sweeps.    Herman Cain is finding out what media scrutiny is all about. On Monday, the dam burst and charges of sexual harassment came gushing out.    Twenty years … Continue reading

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The Hollywood ending

    The bipartisan Congressional Budget Office released a survey that comes as no surprise to any of us: The rich are getting richer.   Since 1979, the top one percent’s growth was 275 percent. The middle class was light years away … Continue reading

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Good humor man

    President Obama killed last night on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” And for once, Leno didn’t come off as a snarky DB Obama touted his foreign policy accomplishments, made the regular excuses (Congress can’t stop saying “no”) as to … Continue reading

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Running for president can be fun

      On his way to tape “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” President Obama’s motorcade got stuck in L.A. traffic. It even hampered one of our famous police car chases (which the police always win.)   Afterwards, Obama was set to … Continue reading

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The one-two punch

    Not satisfied with just getting Libyan madman Moammar Khaddafy on Thursday, President Obama on Friday announced that the war in Iraq is over and the troops will be home for the holidays.  But Fox News and its political party, … Continue reading


The school of the politically correct

      A Massachusetts school principal wants to outlaw certain holidays she doesn’t think school children should celebrate.     Halloween, of course, is right up there. Maybe because of the macabre images associated with it.     Besides, kids dress weird enough anyway the … Continue reading

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Raising Cain

       The latest frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination is Pizza King Herman Cain. So naturally the media has finally started listening to eveything he has to say.    And he’s proving that being the frontrunner for the GOP nod means … Continue reading

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The fast talker

    Fade in: Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment. Day. George is sitting on the couch reading the newspaper. Jerry answers the intercom near his apartment door.    Jerry: “Ya.”    Voice over the intercom: “It’s Elaine.”    Jerry: “Come on up.”    George: “Is Elaine still … Continue reading


Sing along with Mitt

    It’s obvious that Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will say and do anything to get elected.   Romney is full of a lot of things, but not surprises. He tends to play it too safe. That’s why he should consider … Continue reading


The GOP cult

      New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed Mitt Romney to be the Republican Party’s presidential nominee in 2012. The two appeared at a press conference on Tuesday.   The Romney camp wasn’t concerned that Christie would overshadow their candidate because Christie … Continue reading