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Slate writer: “Racism” responsible for Atlanta’s #snOMG gridlock

Posted by: ST on January 31, 2014 at 4:52 pm » 4 Comments

I’m not quite sure if I could write a response without cursing like a sailor, so I’m submitting this ridiculous piece without (much of a) comment Excerpt: Then there’s the part about having “too narrow a sense of social responsibility.” Exhibit A here is the failure in 2012 of a massive $7.2 billion transportation initiative, which […]

 

Alabama Chick-fil-A location hands out free sandwiches to stuck motorists

Posted by: ST on January 29, 2014 at 1:33 pm » 2 Comments

Fox News Radio host Todd Starnes files this report about a Chick-fil-A in Alabama that decided to brave hazardous conditions to help out motorists stuck on the highway during yesterday’s snowstorm by giving them free chicken sandwiches: Icy interstates and highways soon became clogged with cars and trucks. Thousands of motorists soon found themselves stranded […]

 

Snow in the desert: is there nothing global warming can’t do?

Posted by: Phineas on December 13, 2013 at 12:31 pm » 5 Comments

**Posted by Phineas (Photo credit: AhramOnline) Can’t wait to see how climate alarmists spin this — the first snowfall in Cairo, Egypt!, in over 100 years: Snow coated domes and minarets Friday as a record Mideast storm compounded the suffering of Syrian refugees, sent the Israeli army scrambling to dig out stranded motorists and gave […]

 

AP: Gov. Christie & “friend” Obama reunited in NJ to celebrate rebuilding efforts

Posted by: ST on May 28, 2013 at 7:34 pm » 5 Comments

I couldn’t help but notice this teaser headline from the Associated Press today: “Obama back in New Jersey with friend Chris Christie to survey Hurricane Sandy recovery” LOL. Most of you reading this might not find it so odd, considering the photos of Gov. Christie and President Obama not long after Hurricane Sandy hit the […]

 

#HeadlineWatch: 24 hours after #OKtornado, MSM springs into full bias mode

Posted by: ST on May 21, 2013 at 7:29 pm » 1 Comment

Saw some of this last night on Twitter with “insta-reax” from so-called “unbiased journalists” wondering just minutes after the tragedy struck Moore, OK whether or not those cold-hearted Republicans expressing their thoughts and prayers would be calling for “offsets” to pay for rebuilding efforts in Oklahoma.  Literally, some of these same journalists said either nothing […]

 

Devastation in Oklahoma as “mile-wide” “200 mph” tornado hits near #OKC

Posted by: ST on May 20, 2013 at 6:40 pm » 1 Comment

It also reportedly leveled an elementary school. There are mixed reports that all kids in the school are accounted for but nothing confirmed. Please keep the state in your prayers as rescue, recovery, and rebuilding efforts get underway. Via Fox News: A mile-wide tornado churned through Oklahoma City’s suburbs Monday afternoon, causing significant property damage […]

 

Storified: In which @GovChristie and #TruthToPower get acquainted

Posted by: ST on April 30, 2013 at 7:08 pm » 4 Comments

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Why was the Senate’s #SandyAid bill larded up with unrelated pork?

Posted by: ST on January 2, 2013 at 3:49 pm » 7 Comments

And furthermore, why won’t the bleeping media focus more attention on this fact? I guess it’s more important for the Democrats and their colleagues in the MSM to note the ridiculous, self-serving “bipartisan outrage” over the fact that the House didn’t take up the bill yesterday “in a stunning reversal” as previously anticipated. And also […]

 

Definitive proof that Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a freaking idiot (UPDATED)

Posted by: ST on November 2, 2012 at 9:46 am » 5 Comments

There have been plenty of past examples, of course, but this one takes the cake: —- Bloomberg Diverts Food, Generators from Devastated Staten Island to NYC Marathon: Fresh off his “climate disruption”-driven endorsement of President Obama, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has chosen to divert critical food supplies and power generators from desperate residents of […]

 

The mindless, predictable politicization of Hurricane #Sandy

Posted by: ST on October 31, 2012 at 11:58 am » 7 Comments

Well said, Wall Street Journal: We know liberals are worried that President Obama might lose next week, but are they so panicky that they want to suggest even before the storm has passed that Mitt Romney and Republicans are against disaster relief? Apparently so. It’s an especially low-rent tactic, akin to blaming the tea party […]