PIECES OF THE PUZZLE: The Handling of Ebola in the U.S. is not Incompetence

PIECES OF THE PUZZLE: The Handling of Ebola in the U.S. is not Incompetence I have been following the story of Ebola in the United States, and I keep hearing pundits argue that our government is incompetent in its handling of this virus.  I regret to have to say that I disagree with these commentators.  I…

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“Even a dog distinguishes between being stumbled over and being kicked.”

John Rambo, a FaceBook friend, posted about an article from the New Republic titled “The Straight, White, Middle-Class Man Needs to Be Dethroned”. This article was written by a British artist named Grayson Perry, who also self-identified himself/herself/itself [I'm unaware of his/her/its preferred pronoun] as a transvestite: Today, in politically correct 21st-century Britain, you might…

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This past week, Pepper Potts, aka Gwinnie Paltrow, embarrassed herself at her own Hollywood fundraiser with her effusive praise of our failed President. In true multi-orgasmic form, issuing forth from her nether-regions were fawning phrases like, “You’re so handsome that I can’t speak properly” and “I am one of your biggest fans, if not the…

CONNECTING THE DOTS: Political Implications of Air Power in a Ground Conflict

CONNECTING THE DOTS: Political Implications of Air Power in a Ground Conflict There are really only two reasons for a politician to commit air power alone to a ground war.  The first is cowardice.  Ground troops in contact with a hostile force — no matter how well — means high casualty rates.  Iraq and Afghanistan are…