Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Last One Out, Turn off the Lights


The Los Angeles City Council “voted to boycott" the state of Arizona over its new immigration-enforcement law, and now the Arizona Corporation Commission has responded. Gary Pierce, one of the commissioners chosen in state-wide elections to the utility regulation panel, notes that Los Angeles gets about 25% of its power from Arizona producers. If the City of Angels really wants a boycott, Pierce offers his services to help.

Scattered sightings of cajones showing up in AZ.

Monday, April 12, 2010



He pisses on Israel and bows to China. "Change" doesn't begin to describe it.

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Uh, We don't anticipate that...

Money quote at about 1:25

You have GOT to be kidding me, but, well, no.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

First Saudi Arabia, Now Japan

Um, he does know he's the President of the United States, right?

Courtesy of the LA Times

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Monday, September 14, 2009

Nothing to See Here

Ever heard of Jim Pouillon? He's the the guy gunned down this past Friday for holding an anti-abortion sign. Put another way, he was gunned down by a left wing crazy who was offended that Mr. Pouillon was exercising his right to protest abortions.

Ever heard of Dr, George Tiller? Some called him 'Tiller the Killer' as he was considered by many the most notorious late-term (read: partial birth) abortionist in America. He was gunned down by a right wing crazy who was offended that Mr. Tiller was, in his estimation, murdering babies.

Regardless of where your sympathies might or might no lie, its hard to believe the coverage these two events received. The producer of Glenn Beck's radio show did a Factiva search of US news sources for the two stories. How many stories were written on each murder?

Stories written about the murder of the abortion doctor: 643

Stories written about the murder of the man holding an anti-abortion sign: 19

Huh. 3,384% more stories about an abortionist. Wonder if the media takes sides...

My own google search:

George Tiller: 558,000 hits

James Pouillon: 58,400 hits

Even the internet is tilted 10:1