Author: Jack L. Key



July 12, 2008

The Latest Loony Tunes, Oddities, Political Lies and Hot Air

Filed under: Politics In General,What The F@#K?!? - 12 Jul 2008

Every year they get more hilarious and foolish. More jerky tales from more jerky people who are either so dumb or foolish or power-hungry they must invent—or reinvent– more idiocies for us to digest with our daily lives, politics and …

July 9, 2008

Fight the—or Smoke Gets in Your

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Jul 2008

I’ve just finished a cursory review of Barak Hussein Obama’s new website masterpiece, My initial reaction was that it is the world’s first Internet Smoke Screen for Democrat Presidential Nominees—and the smoke sure got in my eyes—and fast!

July 5, 2008

So Who Listens to Brian, Katie or Charlie Anyway?

Filed under: Politics In General - 05 Jul 2008

Well, it’s not American voters, and in ever increasing numbers, it seems. Here’s some background on that statement. Several days ago I wrote an article for the Internet news sites I sometimes write for. It was a piece …

June 19, 2008

McCain—For A (Real) Change?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 19 Jun 2008

It’s time to talk about some realistic change for a change—enough Obama already! The only real qualified and capable candidate in this presidential election year is Senator John McCain, the Arizona Republican. Coincidentally, I have several things in common …

June 13, 2008

Board Games—Chicago Style

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 13 Jun 2008

All but ignored by the national corporate and public media is a big time federal corruption investigation and trial in Chicago called “Operation Board Games”. Why? Because it involves some of the biggest names in the State of Illinois …

June 11, 2008

Obama’s “Secret” Meeting With Hillary—The Chicago Connection?

According to mainstream media, reporters had a tough time finding where the “secret” meeting Thursday evening was being held, and why. When liberals can’t find liberals, something’s up. And still nothing substantial from the National Media?

June 8, 2008

Who IS That Masked Man?

Since a black political unknown was selected by the American national news media and the Democratic Party to be marketed and promoted as the Democratic presidential nominee I’ve been suspicious of this “Masked Man.” No one seems to know much …

January 9, 2008

Oh, No! It’s Election Time Again!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 09 Jan 2008

Well, here we go again. It’s big-time politics. Just the look and sound of the word grates on me. I dislike politics of any type, but especially American elections, and specifically, presidential election years. The British election version is probably …

January 7, 2008

Another World Nightmare Is There No End In Sight?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,In The News - 07 Jan 2008

I am saddened by the death of Benazir Bhutto in the country she loved, and those others killed with her. It is not fitting for me to attempt to delve into the politics and religious extremism surrounding these murders, or …

January 5, 2008

I, Robot?

I’ve been watching closely the technology and the work the Japanese especially have been doing with humanoid robots. As a child I was fascinated by Robbie the Robot, that lovable TV character of long ago, even if he was fat, …

January 4, 2008

State of The Union, Christmas, 2007

Filed under: Politics In General - 04 Jan 2008

Let’s think for a moment; what IS the state of our union? Like most of us, I’ve been taken by the holiday season, and have been thinking of the reasons we celebrate the birth of Jesus the Christ, and the …

January 1, 2008

Who Cares if the World Loves Us Or Not?

Some writers and reporters have written glowing reports lately about the recent NIE Report and how it has enhanced our standing in the world’s eyes. They happily tell us that if a democrat is elected president in 2008 the world …

December 29, 2007

“The View” Is Blind–and Hokey

I read somewhere the other day Barbara Walters of the TV program “The View” criticized the President and Laura Bush for sending her a “religious” Christmas card. How insensitive, discourteous and plain stupid can one so-called “celebrity” be? Will someone …

December 25, 2007

More Loony Tunes for Christmas

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 25 Dec 2007

I don’t mean to belittle our traditions of Christmas—far from it. But every year at this time the Loonies seem to rise to the occasion and give us some concerns–and even some chuckles. And they are just not limited to …

November 14, 2007

Politics, American Style

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Nov 2007

Politics. Just the look and sound of the word grates on me. When I was young, my parents taught me never to hate. But I can’t help it. I hate politics. This is just the American version. The British version …

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