Friday, June 27, 2014

Another Video You Should See

Wow. American Life really sucks these days. The economy's in the crapper, money's hard to come by and those we elect to do our bidding in Washington could care less about us as long as they have their power and money.


But before you draw a warm bath and get out the razor blade, listen to Bill Whittle's latest offering: Get to Work. I may have to watch this first thing every day.

On a partially related note, I have some friends who are decidedly Democrat who occasionally post something from some loopy leftard sites on my Facebook page. Since I consider myself fairly well read on current events, it's not hard to refute them. As since I like having friends, I never rebuff them directly, but do rebuff the outrageous articles they post from places like Media Matters for America, Mother Jones and the like.

It has become great sport for me. I hope all 16 of you have a similar pastime.

h/t to Bad Blue and Gates of Vienna

Friday, June 6, 2014

Bill Whittle on Lost in Space, Heroes and Manhood

Whilst perusing the Intarwebz this morning, I ran across this most excellent video by Bill Whittle over at Instapundit. It's well worth your time, especially if you're a young whippersnapper who was not fortunate enough to see this show when it first came on the telly.

There are many great points made, enjoy...

Kindly do not confuse the original with the movie remake of LiS from the '90's where Ms. Robinson is the bitch queen who treats all the men on the spaceship like little boys. The best part of that flick was the great Gary Oldman's portrayal of Dr. Smith, who really does turn into a monster.

I still wonder why they didn't push him out of the airlock when they had the chance.

Monday, June 2, 2014

Minnesota's Repeal of Useless Laws Is a Model for Washington

This news should make your Monday more enjoyable:

Minnesota "unsession" dumps 1175 obsolete, silly laws. (This link looks hinky in my browser)

Although it was done at the state level, it shows that out there, somewhere, lies common sense.

We could use more of this. A lot more.

(h/t to Instapundit)