Browsing All posts tagged under »Mayor Bloomberg«

More Cats, Less Rats

September 24, 2013

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  I’ve written numerous columns illustrating the staggering lack of logic and reason within the gun control movement among liberals at large, in the media and within the Democrat party.  I found it necessary to return to the topic, because I just got a super-sized example of the impaired judgment and intellectual dishonesty of gunophobes […]

Bacon – does it get any better than that?

May 9, 2013

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It’s time for me to fulfill my promise or threat, depending on your point of view – to add some lighthearted content and give you a breather from the heavy political fare that is customary at Blasted Fools.  I’ve concluded that Bacon is, for the present moment at least, the number one official food of […]

Doom for Gloomberg

March 17, 2013

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                      Mayor Mike ‘BloomBurqa’ is altogether too frequent a subject of discussion on this blog.  He’s been rotisseried for his attack on the 2nd Amendment here  and  taken to task on his ‘Soda Nazi’ edict, here.   Gloomberg doesn’t regret not being born into a […]

Hey Piers Morgan, ‘Don’t let the door hit you on the Bum’

December 31, 2012

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I’m somewhat ambivalent about Piers Morgan.  Not much, but a little bit.  He is a person with a generally higher level of intellect than a great deal of his contemporaries in television journalism and I’ve enjoyed his interviews much more than the guy he replaced, Larry King, who always looked like he was an eyeblink […]

Father Knows Best

December 17, 2012

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Politicians, by the nature of how they are wired as human beings, are inclined to seek opportunity in tragedy. Rarely, if ever, do you find one that possesses the instinct of a leader and a problem-solver. The responses are cynical and contrived stratagems the purpose of which is to demonstrate that they are paying attention […]

Filleting Fast Food Fascism

August 1, 2012

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We’ve talked about the Chick-Fil-A controversy that has erupted in Chicago in light of the social values and culture war perspective. The idea that a business owner cannot, according to Alderman Moreno and Rahm Emanuel, express a personal viewpoint about the homosexual agenda – Gay marriage in particular, has been discussed with great fervor. It […]

Sound and Fury signifying Prejudice

July 20, 2012

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It should come as no surprise and no shock that the Left and the political media’s first impulse concerning the horrendous attack on theatergoers in Aurora, Colorado last night – is to score political points against conservatives. The ugly mask of hatred and deep-seated bias against constitutionally guaranteed rights is in no way limited to […]