Hillary’s Shining Moment

I didn’t get a chance to watch all of the debate tonight, but what I did watch was worth watching. Especially the end of the debate when she was asked to describe the moment in her life when she was most tested. Her response was truly Hillary’s shining moment ending with a … Continue reading

Kerry, Biden and Hagel Make Emergency Landing in Afghanistan

NBC News reported a few hours ago that “helicopters carrying three senior U.S. senators made emergency landings Thursday in the mountains of Afghanistan because of a snowstorm.” Sens. John Kerry, Joseph Biden and Chuck Hagel were aboard the aircraft. No one was injured, according a statement from Kerry’s office. The … Continue reading

Creating a Pattern

Earlier in the week it was noted in the news, that Barack Obama “borrowed” phrases from Deval Patrick and used them in his speeches. The media is now starting to take a look at patterns Obama has created with in his campaign that are leaving some voters, including myself, cold. A reader … Continue reading

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

It’s Thursday. That means I’m in work-mode. Getting ready for work, for me, is more like the way that Jennifer Lopez might prepare versus how Jane Doe blue collar might do so. I dress like I’m going to the Saturday dance and when I’m there, I am there to put … Continue reading

Scandalous

Scandalous… The N.Y. Times has a hit piece on John McCain that is a doozy. It’s all the buzz and of course everyone is talking about it in the blogosphere and the media. The problem for McCain is the piece hits him right smack in his ethics zone, as it implicates that … Continue reading