Yeah, exactly the same.
Exactly? If by “making more money” you mean “paving your own street” and “hauling your own trash” and “spending the whole day teaching your own kids to read” and “capturing terrorists in your spare time” … then, yeah, they’re exactly … Continue reading →
What to watch for on Tuesday
This map, from Oct. 1, is still the most likely scenario for a 269-269 electoral college tie. Flip any big one (Virginia, Florida, Ohio) and you’ve probably got a winner. But any small one (N.H., Iowa, Nevada) would do. If … Continue reading →
Based upon the totality of the information submitted, there is sufficient documentation for use of the word “bullshit”
Is it really possible for a political candidate to call his opponent an “asshole” and then back that up with documentation? Of course not. There’s a clear difference between a well-supported case against a person’s character and an insult. But … Continue reading →
Not surprisingly, New York’s last-minute, court-mandated redistricting has gotten the BOE a little mixed up. I’m not talking about Florida voter roll purge, I’m talking about right here in NYC! Me! With this year’s redistricting, my congressional district has changed, … Continue reading →
Voting: What a Nuisance!
Some people have to take to the streets and overthrow a military dictator to gain the right to vote. Others just have to whip the redcoats. But once you’ve gained that right, and practiced it for a couple hundred years, … Continue reading →