by: Robert William Locke Ousted by the Republican party after a closely fought referendum(51%) in which the Monarchy is declared an anachronism, the Queen and Prince Consort decide to live out their exile in Italy. The former UK is now known as New English Republican Dominions (NERD). Follow their daily adventures as they come to [...]
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by: Tom Attea As the body count mounts in Iraq, it has become evident that the terrorists, along with the homicidal sectarians, have developed a new form of argument that is not found in Aristotleâ€™s Rhetoric. The philosopherâ€™s civilized inclinations never prompted him to include, among such acknowledged forms of argument as Argumentum ad Populum [...]
Shhhh….if you’re in Texas, watch your mouth or you could be arrested. No, I’m not talking about yelling â€œfireâ€ in a public place or threatening someone. I’m talking about having a private conversation in a private home about a private matter. Whatever you do, don’t tell anyone in Texas how to use a sexual aide. [...]
Hardly a day goes by that we donâ€™t hear diminutive Iran roar like a lion about its nuclear ambitions. Or growl about its mighty power by launching yet another flight of missiles. Yet among the worldâ€™s most powerful nations Iran remains inarguably diminutive. So, regardless of all the bluster, it can never be more than [...]
Although John Kerry was not very merry when he lost his bid for President, he continued to maintain that he deserves a second chance. He might have had one if it werenâ€™t for two very significant obstacles: Hillary Clinton and John Kerry.
President Bush continues to row upstream in Iraq, even though the current seems to pick up speed every minute. In fact, he seems to be rowing up Niagara Falls. But he just keeps on going, despite the fact the majority of Americans are standing on the venerable Niagara tour boat, The Maid of the Mist, [...]
by: Tom Attea An extensive study by the U. S. government of Mexicans hoping to enter America illegally has concluded that not a single one of them knows what a ladder is.This key finding has given impetus to funding for extensions of the border fence between America and Mexico.
by: Tom Attea In a recent debate with her Republican opponent in the race for the Senate, Hillary Clinton was repeatedly challenged about her presidential ambitions and accused of inattention to her duties as a Senator from New York. Ever unruffled, she maintained that she is very much focused on her work as a Senator [...]
by: John Smith One of my favorite movies is National Lampoonâ€™s Christmas Vacation. There is one particularly funny scene in which a squirrel has hitched a ride inside the Griswold house sequestered in the tree Clark has set up. The squirrel is discovered and makes a run for it, causing chaos and panic among the [...]