Category Archives: Politics in Jest
By Jeff Rutherford Ever notice how elections often look like you’re watching through a kaleidoscope? Here is a little collection of examples from 2014: . 1. “I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm. So when I get to Washington, I’ll … Continue reading
Ever notice how politics often looks like you’re watching through a kaleidoscope? Here is a little collection of examples: . 1. “We’re not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that’s fairly earned. I mean, I do think at a certain … Continue reading
Everybody’s posting this, so you’ve probably seen it already. I just want to make sure I have it archived here, for many years of entertaining revisits. It’s Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, from the 11/5/2013 Country Music Awards:
Presidential Legacies…You Make The Call (photo credit) Presidential nicknames are an interesting indicator of the legacy they leave behind – the footprint of their impact on our great country. Are you up to speed on POTUS nicknames? Let’s find out….
(photo credit) Have you noticed a pattern in statements made by President Obama whenever he’s asked when and how he first learned of this scandal or that abuse of power? Let’s review a few of them…. Oct 12, 2011 (President … Continue reading
Using an innovative new internet technology, I have created a unique 2-camera view of Jay Carney handling the questions from ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl at a White House press conference last week. The questions pertained to the “stylistic changes” made … Continue reading
Contributed by “The Ed” From the title, you, the reader, probably think I am having marital problems. In a matter of speaking, I have to say that I am. As with so many other marriages the problems are related to … Continue reading