Archive for May, 2012

WTF Twitter?


Normally I don’t like complaining about stuff here, outside of politics, but I’m at a loss. My twitter account (@eyedesertblog) has been suspended. Honestly, I’m not sure why. Looking at my last tweets over the last few days, I see none that are “truly offensive.” The closest one I can think of is when I […]

This has to be one of the funniest and “in your face” interviews I’ve ever seen. I don’t care for “birthers,” but Donald Trump vs. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer was epic. Still, Donald, please stop going crazy over the birth certificate thing. Especially if you’re going to be one of Mitt Romney’s biggest supporters. But I […]

The race for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate in Texas is one I’ve been paying attention to for quite some time.  Tonight, Ted Cruz was able to get enough votes to force a July 31st runoff against Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst. I think both would be good senators. However, in a world where the […]

I like dry humor. Films like Pulp Fiction, The Whole Nine Yards, Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Suicide Kings have provided countless hours of entertainment and laughter for me. I’m not the best at sarcasm with my voice, but I’d like to think I can get off a well written one-liner from time […]

I’ll said it before and I’ll say it again: politics is pretty dirty. But this is a bit too far. Yes this is a free country and yes there are Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Rudy Giuliani pinatas. But come on…have some sense. AFL-CIA Donna Dewitt’s attempted defense on CNN is even more […]

Before his untimely death, Andrew Breitbart promised a “Vetting of the Prez” leading up to the 2012 election. His point was that President Obama was a radical, who wanted to lead the U.S. towards socialism. From his speech (emphasis mine): Barack Obama is a radical and we should not be afraid to say it… And […]

Did you really have to turn the “Did You Know” sections of the official White House biographies of Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Harry S. Truman and Ronald Reagan into promotion pieces for the current President? Or Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon and, shocker of all shocks, George W. Bush. I realize there are more important things […]