KFC has engineered chicken without feathers. KFC has engineered chicken without feet. It sounds heartless. Until you consider this: the 47% are happy to eat, anything. Chipotle has created a magnificent advertising campaign designed by CAA, the best of the absolute best, creative wizards skilled … finish reading Chipotle Pure Lack Of Imagination
Aaron Alexis should be applauded for shooting up a Navy Yard. It’s the right place to come unglued. We’re not interested in having a thoughtful, productive or rational conversation about guns. We’re not interested in placing the word ‘control’ anywhere … finish reading Open Season On The Unarmed
There are no Exceptional Nations. Moments come close, people come close, snacks come close, but there are no Exceptional Nations. Rugelach is an exceptional cookie. Cream Cheese is an exceptional schmear. Matzo Ball Soup is exceptional proof Hitler was wrong. … finish reading Da, Vladimir, Da.
George Washington warned of “foreign entanglements.” FDR gave it a context, “Our national determination to keep free of foreign wars and foreign entanglements cannot prevent us from feeling deep concern when ideals and principles that we have cherished are challenged.” … finish reading Foreign Entanglements
George Zimmerman was arrested for threatening his wife with a gun. This happened in Florida. So the question isn’t related to guilt. The question is related to skin color. If she’s a white woman, Zimmerman is toast. Otherwise, on the … finish reading Putin & Assad: Thugs In Harmony
Karl Rove said it’s “Amateur Hour” at the White House. Calling President Obama an “Amateur” for his handling of Syria. I have to agree. President Obama is an Amateur War Criminal. Unlike Karl Rove, who’s an International War Criminal, willfully … finish reading Amateurs & Fetishists
Doubt. How do you wrestle with doubt? The Bush Administration cast the world out of their process. Using swagger and moral certainty as a mask for pigheaded stubbornness. They beat on war drums. They bankrupted a nation. They killed millions. … finish reading Doubt