Category: J.J. Jackson’s Opinion

January 14, 2012

The Bain Of Our Existence? Hardly!

I cannot help it. I have to defend Mitt Romney from idiocy. Yes, I know the man is a RINO. However even a RINO deserves to be defended when the attacks against him are unwarranted and so utterly crackpot in …

January 7, 2012

Ron Paul’s Support Among Military? 4.4% … At Best.

Ron Paul’s supporters are diligent in their support of him. Unfortunately, a lot of that support is what is known in the software industry as vaporware. In other words it is phony to non-existent. Right now, for …

December 24, 2011

Twas the Night Before Liberal Christmas 2011

‘Twas the night before liberal Christmas, and all ‘cross the land,
The mood on the left was somber, their rhetoric quite bland.
Children they huddled in town squares with hands out,
The Occupy protestors beat cops and did shout.

December 17, 2011

I Agree! EVERYONE Should Pay Their Fair Share!

There is an old saying which applies to courtrooms and debates. It warns one to never ask a question to which they do not already know the answer to. Political hacks, in addition to bad lawyers and poor …

December 10, 2011

Mad Or Otherwise Alan Grayson Won’t Go Away

In Florida, Former Congressman Alan Grayson is trying to once again become Congressman Alan Grayson. After getting trounced in 2010, many hoped that this foaming at the mouth moonbat would just go away and slither back into whatever ooze filled …

December 3, 2011

Interference of the Tortious Kind This Way Comes

Politicians are wicked beasts. Some people believe this is due to their lack of a moral compass. The truth however is that these heinous creatures do indeed have a moral compass. However it operates on a reverse …

November 19, 2011

“Occupy” Protesters Find Willing Media Dupe To Bring Back “Tea Party” Comparison

Desperate to be seen in a positive light in the wake of murders, rapes, riots, destruction of private property, rampant drug use and open support from the American NAZI Party and the Communist Party USA, “Occupy” protesters are in a …

November 12, 2011

Herman Cain Sexually Assaulted Me

These are indeed dark days for the Herman Cain campaign. How many women has this diabolical fiend harassed, assaulted and even raped during his tenure with the National Restaurant Association? Not to mention during his many other years …

November 5, 2011

Liberal Predictability Index Up In Recent Months

Liberals are not that hard to understand. Like my dogs, they are very, very predictable. However unlike my dogs, liberals are not pleasant houseguests to have around.

October 29, 2011

Success By Failure – The Way Forward For President Obama

Last week President Obama proclaimed a successful conclusion to U.S. involvement in Iraq with troops scheduled to be home by the end of the year. The President and his surrogates have not been shy about reminding everyone who will …

October 22, 2011

From 9-9-9 To ?-?-?

Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan is still receiving a lot of scrutiny. That scrutiny comes from people who either do not understand how to do simple math, who have nothing better to offer or who just want to maintain the …

October 15, 2011

We Already Have A National Sales Tax

Lots of foolish people rail against the idea of a national retail sales tax. You know, like the FairTax.

But why? We already have a national sales tax. It is called the corporate income tax. The reason …

October 8, 2011

UPMC’s Taking Snit With Highmark Out On Patients?

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Potpourri - 08 Oct 2011

In the Greater Pittsburgh area, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is well known. Sometimes however it is not known for the best of reasons. While UPMC has many good doctors that work for it and is …

October 1, 2011

What Really Happened In Ludlow And That The Unions Won’t Tell You

Well, as is typical every Labor Day holiday, and when I point out sad but true things about organized labor, I get hit with the emails howling in protest over my “assault” on the “working class”. Of course by …

September 3, 2011

No Number Of Broken Windows Can Save Us

Filed under: Economics,J.J. Jackson's Opinion - 03 Sep 2011

I know it was predictable. But it is still pathetic. In the wake of Hurricane Irene ripping up the East Coast, although much, much weaker than was predicted, there are people salivating about how the billions in damage may …

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