I have always loved the Winter Olympics. The Summer Games are fine – and I had a grand time attending them in 1996 – but for me, it’s the Winter Games that captivate and enthrall me. There are three sports that I can’t miss: Ice Hockey, Curling and my favorite of all, the Ski Jumping. Read the rest of this entry
The launch of Falcon Heavy has given us back something that we misplaced forty-five years ago. The belief that we can achieve more; the hope that tomorrow will be better; a chance to go where no one has gone before…
Are you one of those people who believe that the Memo “changes everything?”
Look, I don’t think that the Democrats are un-guilty of shenanigans during the 2016 election. i believe that power corrupts and that it seeks absolute power. At which point it becomes absolutely corrupted and must be destroyed. If Hillary Clinton thought that she needed to lie, cheat, steal or even abuse puppies to win, she would have ordered those who served her to have it done with plausible deniability without a second thought about it.
And it’s very possible, hell, even probable, that she did.
Having said that, do you really believe that this Memo changes or will change anything?
It *may* open up a few eyes of people who were on the fence politically and swing a few votes to the right – for the time being. Until the Republicans go and do something equally as stupid or nefarious. Then they will go right back.
Because the only thing that could change it, won’t.
Don’t believe me?
Let me tell you a story of once upon a time in the United States Senate. A fellow by the name of Barry. No… not that guy, another one… who decided one day to write a “memo” about what was going on…
It’s the Superb Owl Pre-Flight Show!
Dave takes a look at tomorrows “big game,” and gives you his utterly worthless and in no way, shape or form remotely accurate prediction. Remember, kids, this is for entertainment purposes only, not for betting.
Elsewhere, the memo was released. Has anything changed?
Not really… it’s just another example of how Government works. From the world of politics, two other stories over the past week give us insight into the way Government works. More precisely, it shows us how those in government react when they get caught doing something amazingly stupid. and how they don’t really have any interest in solving problems, just talking about them…
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