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Road Rage: A Word on Liberal Bumper Stickers

Can I talk to you for five minutes about liberal bumper stickers?  Actually, I just want to talk about one.  I’ve only asked for five minutes of your time so I’ll have to save “Not my President”, “Meat is Murder”, […]

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Apocalypse Soon: A Word on California (Part 1)

Can I talk to you for five minutes about California, or, to quote 30 Rock’s Jack Donaghy, The Gaypublic of Drugifornia?  There was once a dream that was

Some News in Review: 10/29/09

Ah, FoxNews. I'm a conservative. I really am. And an evangelical. You'd think I'd have Glenn Beck on my TiVo, a bookshelf filled with volumes with O'Reilly on

My Experience at The Post Office: An Expository Narrative

This article was originally written for You can see the article there also. So I was at the post office the other day, mailing something to

Balls to the Wall: A Word on Health Insurance

Can I talk to you for five minutes about health care?  Last night, while I was trying to find Frankie Muniz’s E! True Hollywood Story,


Seven Crimes to Consider Before Music Piracy

TTM Readers: This is an article that I wrote for As our readerbase doesn't really overlap very well, they allowed me the opportunity to post it on

Chairman Mao Writes a Superhero Movie

By Steve Etheridge (SUPERMAO walks into an open courtyard. He is decked out in silver and purple, the greatest of all colors. Several young men stand attentively,

A Partial Transcript of the White House Chef Confirmation Hearings

by Frank Ferri CHAIRMAN: It's an honor to be sitting here in front of such an accomplished Chef. Furthermore, it's quite humbling to be the new Chairman

What This Supreme Court Really Needs Is Some Star Power

By Frank Ferri Potentials: NFL REFEREE ED HOCHULI PROS: Brings with him a huge NFL fan following, which could spark an interest in Constitutional law among sports

Over-Stimulated: A Word on Recession-Based Advertising

You know what the worst thing about this whole economic downturn is?  Please, don't say the lost jobs, foreclosed homes, bankrupt businesses, broken lives, or shattered dreams. 

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