Sunday, August 29, 2010

Tennessee Titans @ Houston Oilers - How It Should Be

Normally I don't play videogames but the guy who re-dressed the Houston Texans in Oilers uniforms did a brilliant job. I root for the Titans but I also like Houston's football team and the name should be the Oilers - it doesn't take away from the identity of the Titans anymore than the Cleveland Browns name took away from the Baltimore Ravens' identity after they moved from Cleveland.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Saturday, August 21, 2010

NFL Classics: Buffalo Bills @ Houston Oilers 1989

This game illustrates a sad reality for the Buffalo Bills - the fact they have quite a bit to look back upon and little to look forward to.

Refusing To Face Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae Facts

When Economic Policy Became Social Policy - the housing crisis came because of government meddling via Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae; the refusal to face facts ensures the housing problem will continue.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Arena Football: Tampa Bay Storm Reach ArenaBowl in 63-62 Thriller Over Predators Comeback

The Tampa Bay Storm Blew a 49-28 lead but sweated out a last-second FGA to edge the Orlando Predators 63-62. The Storm now look for a sixth Arena Bowl title as they take on the Spokane Shock.

The Danica Patrick-ization Of Sports

Take Back the Sports Page? Pro sports is a battle the feminazis can't win.

Fareed Zakaria Wants His Taxes Raised

Newsweek obviously doesn't get that Taxes Aren’t the Problem, Spending Is.

Ground Zero Mosque And Brain Dead Multiculturalism

Obama on the Ground Zero Mosque proves anew how brain dead multiculturalism is.

Congress's Mad Libs


Congress's Mad Libs

Keith Olbermann Gets A Friend

The deranged Keith Olbermann has a pal at The New Republic who is just as stupid.

The Failure Of Government Motors

GM Joins Fannie and Freddie as incompetently run and corrupt industries protected by government.

Desperate Democrats

When everything else fails, launch personal attacks and lie.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Willful Ignorance at the New York Times

They get what they want, and whine anyway.

Discussion On Public Sector Pay and Pensions

A discussion on Public Sector Pay and Pensions is presented here. The piece concludes by noting the discussion of whether public sector pay and pensions are justified. Given the fact that the public sector does things that the private sector does better at less cost, the reality is such pay and pensions are a waste of money.