I apologize that I haven’t been able to grace you people for a while with my, whatever it is, but whatever.
- The college reading list, interpreted by a six-year-old. Here’s what she had to say about Animal Farm: “It looks like a book for kids. I think it’s about a donkey and a pig that do not like each other and they both live on a farm for animals. The same farm. It looks like it would be a funny book with a good really nice ending.”
- “Right now we have the unions and we have the gambling, and those are the best things to have. But narcotics is the thing of the future. If we don’t get a piece of that action we risk everything we have. Not now, but ten years from now.” (My take on a Facebook link through Mike at Crime and Federalism).
- When it comes to false advertising, the government’s position is, “Do as I say, not as I do.” But false advertising from snake oil salesman doesn’t typically cost its victims their jobs and freedom.
- Raul Hector Castro is a powerful, influential man. He was the governor of Arizona. He was the ambassador to Argentina. None of that means jack squat to the Border Patrol. Is that because his name is Raul Hector Castro, or, as the Border Patrol claims, because he is a “nuclear threat”?
- I like the cut of this Cory Booker man’s jib.
- My “anybody but Obama pragmatic side tells me to vote for Mitt Romney. My idealistic principled side tells me to vote for Gary Johnson. My principles are winning today.
- A “hip hop fan” raised on Drake reviews It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back.
Take this, punk!