Author: Thomas Lindaman



November 25, 2006

If It’s Broken, Break It Some More!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 25 Nov 2006

It was a sight more disturbing than walking in on Michael Moore having sex with Cindy Sheehan and a border collie. (The question would be whether Moore would be charged with two counts of bestiality, but that’s a topic for …

November 3, 2006

An Open Challenge to John Kerry

To the Honorable Senator John F. Kerry (D-MA):
I read with great interest your recent speech at a rally for California gubernatorial candidate Phil Agenlides where you said the following: “Education, if you make the most of it, you …

October 22, 2006

Kim Jong be-Il-lin’

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,The Democrats - 22 Oct 2006

With the recent news that North Korea tested a nuclear weapon, the world is left asking one question: Will Samuel L. Jackson sign on for a sequel to “Snakes on a Plane”? Yes, our mindset towards North Korea’s nuclear program …

October 13, 2006


Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 13 Oct 2006

After the warm response I received from my first “SHADDAP” column (titled appropriately enough “SHADDAP!”), I thought it would be a good idea to come up with another list of people who really need to be told to shut their …

September 29, 2006


Filed under: The United Nations - 29 Sep 2006

Normally, Ted Turner is the last person I’d look to for deep philosophical questions, but he came up with a pretty good one during a CNN interview recently. He asked what the world would be like without the United Nations. …

September 23, 2006

How to Handle Iran

The big game of nuclear chicken being played between the United Nations and Iran is over. After threats of harsh sanctions against Iran, President I’vebeenadinnerjacket said he would defy the UN and continue his nuclear program.

September 21, 2006

A Farewell to Armitage

After three years of accusations, media appearances, and heated exchanges, the Valerie Plame situation has gone from a bang to a fizzle. The media played a huge role in bringing us the details of Plamegate, as well as appearances by …

September 16, 2006

From Character Assassination to Real Assassination?

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Sep 2006

In an election year already rife with controversy, there’s another one brewing, but this one doesn’t really involved political parties. There’s a new film titled “Death of a President” making the film festival rounds that cranks the controversy all the …

August 20, 2006

My Diplomats Have Always Been Cowboys

Time ran an article last month proclaiming “The Era of Cowboy Diplomacy Is Over” because of President Bush’s problems with foreign policy. This sentiment has been echoed by Democrats who are quick to jump on any policy failure, real or …

July 30, 2006

Putting the “Star” in “Starvation”

There are some things that positively boggle my mind. The hypocrisy of the modern left on so many issues. The media’s near-constant attempts to propagandize the current Iraq war. How Michael Moore fits through normal-sized doorways without using either butter …

July 8, 2006

Losing to Win? Are Democrats Throwing the 2006 Elections?

For a while now, I’ve watched the Democrats enact strategies that make George Custer look like George Patton, and I’ll admit I’ve had my fair share of laughs at their foibles. It’s like having my own little colony of Sea …

July 5, 2006

America the Pretty Nifty

I try to avoid commenting on the Dixie Chicks as much as possible these days because to do so gives them attention they really don’t deserve. But I couldn’t pass up the opportunity when lead singer/owner of the group’s collective …

June 23, 2006

Putting Global Warming on Ice

The debate over global warming just got hotter, if you’ll pardon the pun. If you won’t pardon the pun, it’s too late for me to retract it. With the opening of “An Inconvenient Truth,” College Republicans swung into action and …

June 5, 2006


Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 05 Jun 2006

The First Amendment guarantees the right to free speech, but there are a lot of people who are using this right a little too often to advance some incredibly stupid notions. It’s times like these when I just want to …

June 4, 2006

The Mickey Mouse Revolution

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 04 Jun 2006

It’s official. I’m done with Democrats and repulsed by Republicans, especially in Congress. I didn’t have that high an opinion of Congress to begin with. I mean, any body of government that allows nozzleheads like Maxine Waters and Lindsey Graham …

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