Monday, April 30, 2012



As the first anniversary of the Navy Seal Team Six raid, ordered by President Barack Obama, is here it is once again time to give credit to the President of the United States who actually DID SOMETHING and TOOK ACTION to get Osama Bin Laden.


Saturday, April 28, 2012

A Cartoon Sums Up The 'Tea Party' Real Well

So You Support Romney? BE WARNED!

Do you support Mitt Romney for President of the United States?

Check this out and tell me why he should be President of the United States. And remember, these are the facts right there on tape. He said it.
He cannot deny or "etch-a-sketch" it away.

Mitt Romney should be kept far away from the White House.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The NBA's Hottest Team

Surprise ...  it's the San Antonio Spurs... and they just might be on their way to a fifth NBA title this season.


The Spurs' Big Three- Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili

Saturday, April 21, 2012


Phil Humber of the Chicago White Sox pitched a perfect game today, beating the host Seattle Mariners, 4-0 as he struck out nine batters to get the 21st perfect game in Major League Baseball history.

The GOP/Right Wing Could Learn A Lesson From The Man In Black

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Monday, April 16, 2012

What Secret Service Scandal?

Remember this guy?




There is no scandal with the Secret Service, because the republicans' very own DAVID VITTER is GUILTY of the SAME ACTIONS.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

More Corporate Controlled Press B.S.

Watching the Sunday morning talk shows on CBS, NBC, ABC (Fox doesn't count because they are only a GOP mouthpiece) and some of the cable news channels, it seems obvious once again that the CORPORATE CONTROLLED press in this country is now attempting once again to spin the direction of the issues as the 2012 Presidential campaign gets ready to launch.
 The new debate (if that's what one wants to really call it) is on women and in particular 'stay at home' moms now that apparent Republican nominee Mitt Romney's wife was dragged into the conversation this past week when a statement made by a female Democratic strategist was spun by the right wing media into a personal attack on Ann Romney.
When I am seeing U.S. House rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minnesota) talking about women's rights and how the GOP is on the side of working women (really Michele?) it is a joke.
But there she was on NBC's Meet the Press today yammering on about how President Obama is against women and the Republicans are the true champions when it comes to women's issues.
It's simple really, the right wing (GOP) wants to take this country back to the days of the top one percent of income earners ruling over everything and everyone.
It's not going to happen because the American people are waking up and know that the one percent MUST pay their fair share in tax revenue.
Republicans will do everything in their power to spin the discussion away from this topic.
The Bush tax cuts will expire at the end of this calendar year and then the real squawking will begin as the GOP (and the 'blue dog' Democrats in Congress) will see the writing on the wall and must bark out their opposition as their corporate masters lean on them to do so.
There are so many distractions out there and the GOP is dependent on this if they are to continue to sway the American voters to do things their way as they were able to pull off (with the help of the corporate controlled media) in the 2010 mid-term elections when Republicans retook control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Don't count on that this year.
All of the minor issues (guns, gays and God is the usual term) worked in past elections, but people looked past the wedge issues in 2006 and 2008 and we have seen better results with Barack Obama in the White House following the disaster of the Bush-Cheney regime.
The fact also that Romney has not convinced the base of the GOP party and has basically won by default prior to the 2012 Republican National Convention later this summer shows he has very minimal chances of winning the November election against Obama.
But the corporate controlled press (especially Fox 'News') will have people to believe that this is a "horse race" and it will go down to the wire.
They have to say that because it sells and makes for good television and discussion.
But the truth of the matter is right there on internet clips that people can see for themselves as Romney talks about his views on women, taxes, medicare, etc.
The latest polling shows that Obama blows Romney out of the water on all of the major issues and that says it all.
The corporate media and their spin be damned.

Friday, April 13, 2012

You Can't Top The Originals

There's a new Three Stooges movie out, so here is a video tribute to the boys... You can't top the originals.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

What Took So Long?

With the arrest of George Zimmerman (charged with second degree murder) in the killing of Trayvon Martin, just one question ... WHAT TOOK SO LONG?

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Is This Where We Are Headed?

I simply do not understand all the hoopla surrounding the movie "Hunger Games."
It's based on a book by a woman author and apparently was written for teens, because that's the age group that went gaga over the story about teenagers killing each other with bow and arrows in a futuristic setting in the United States.
 I don't get it.

Why or how is teenagers killing each other entertainment?

It seems to me there is gang violence involving teens throughout our country and that is real life and not entertainment, especially when the violence is deadly and makes the nightly newscast.
So why the double standard and hypocrisy among supposedly sane people regarding crap movies like this?
When I was young there was a movie called "Death Race 2000" (came out in 1975) in which race car drivers went on a cross country tour and could hit and run pedestrians to score points along the way.
That movie featured David Carradine (who was vastly popular because of the 'Kung Fu' TV series) and a blooming Sylvester Stallone (a year or so prior to his mega hit "Rocky") in the feature roles.
That movie was a bomb as it received negative reviews by the mainstream media critics.
Fast forward some 35 or so years later and a movie featuring child like figures murdering each other to entertain world leaders and the uber rich is being applauded as a great movie.
Just goes to show where modern society is headed.
Once again, double standards and hypocrisy as people clamor and debate about the real life murder of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida by a disturbed individual who NEVER should have been in possession of a handgun while crap like "Hunger Games" promotes more violence involving teens.
Maybe I am missing the boat as I get older and life's values change in my view as I gain experience in life.
Still don't understand it, I guess. But that doesn't mean I have to sit by and watch people condone/conform to the violence, whether real or "in the movies."
Once again, the money rules. 
The movie may make hundreds of millions of dollars, but they won't get one red cent from me.
I truly feel sorry for the future generation of this country as they continue down the blind path that 'civilized society' is taking them.
If life and art truly imitate each other as people say, count me out.
I want NO part of it ... if indeed that's where it's going.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Back Home In Old Kentucky

The Kentucky Wildcats wrapped up another NCAA
Championship and the school's first title since 1998 with a 67-59 win over Kansas on Monday night in New Orleans.
A balanced scoring attack, led by Doron Lamb's 22 points, paced the Wildcats (38-2) victory. Freshman Player of the Year Anthony Davis scored just six points, but grabbed 16 rebounds, had three steals, six blocked shots and even dished out five assists to lend a hand in the win.
Kentucky's Anthony Davis was named NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player.
Head Coach John Calipari (pictured above holding the trophy) notched his first NCAA championship title after falling short four years ago while coaching at Memphis.
Kansas (32-7) was led by Tyshawn Taylor (19 points) and Thomas Robinson, who scored 18 points and had 17 rebounds.
It was Kentucky's eighth NCAA title, second only to UCLA, which has won eleven championships.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Sunday Night Inspirational Music

Sad Case Of Injustice

Sanford, FL officials, including the PD, still views Trayvon Martin's murder as if this photo (circa 1920's) was still in vogue in America.

For All The Marbles

Kentucky and Kansas meet in the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Game on Monday night in New Orleans to decide the 2012 National Champion.
The Final Four has been a good one this year with solid teams (Kentucky, Louisville, Ohio State and Kansas) competing their way throughout the college tournament otherwise known as "March Madness" for the past two weeks.
Heftyinfo is taking the Kentucky Wildcats to win the game, 75-67 and reclaim the crown they have not had since 1998, when Tubby Smith was the Head Coach.
The Jayhawks are a formidable foe and led by Head Coach Bill Self, they won it all (over Memphis) just four years ago.

Either way, it has been an exciting tournament this year and here's hoping for a great conclusion between two annual powerhouse programs on Monday night in the Big Easy.