The folks at the New York Times clearly knows men very different from the ones I know. Stephen Miller’s rebuttal is more like the reality I’m familiar with, and Craig Donkley’s list of attributes men should have I can totally agree with. I like men who are, well, manly, not hypersensitive, weepy hysterics emoting all over my floors.
When it comes to smart phones, I don’t participate, but for those of you with an iPhone, this little trick has the potential to save your life without sacrificing your security.
Mitt Romney is more right than ever, and Sen. Tom Cotton just used Romney’s view on Russia during the presidential debate three years ago to point out that His Oneness is using a foreign policy view from the 1930’s. For the most enjoyment, click on the embedded video to watch the former Army Ranger in action. He is a seriously impressive man.
Stop worrying about shark attacks — it’s selfies you need to fear!
P.S. Sorry for the absence the last several days, but the Internet has been an absolute mess and it affected WordPress.
Jonah Goldberg proffers the notion of Newt Gingrich returning as Speaker of the House. Before you scream in horror, whatever your view, Newt was a highly effective Speaker, one who didn’t run up the white flag at the first sign of opposition. He has mellowed a bit with age, but still displays a nimble mind and quick wit, and he enjoys a good sparring match. There are a number of objections, but I suspect the Constitution does not provide a bar to such a plan.
So what if the MSM won’t call it a bribe — it’s still a bribe, damn it. Rep. Bobby Rush ought to be in court, and then in jail. Of course, Rush is a Democrat, and this is Chicago, one of the most corrupt cities in the world. It is no coincidence that His Oneness forged his political future in that particular cesspool.