Archive for March, 2007

Just as we’re sinking in a sea of sensational “goo”, it’s political satirists JibJab to the rescue. Check out thier latest video lampoon on the state-of-the-art 21st century news coverage. And for those of you unfamiliar with JibJab’s irreverent wit and humor, its worth a moment to peruse thier website. Looking for more serious discussion […]

In an act of supreme shortsightedness, the Democrat-led Senate passed a spending bill today that included a call for the withdrawal of troops from Iraq by March 31, 2008. Prior to the bill’s passage, Senator John McCain gave an impassioned speech on the Senate floor. “You might not know it from reading newspapers or watching […]

Last summer, Senator John McCain hiked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim.

The failed humanitarian mission in Somalia (1992-93) is a painful example of the dangers, especially to those in uniform, of presidential military inexperience, in this case Clinton’s. For details, check out PBS Frontline’s analysis of the failure. As both a career military veteran and former POW, Sen. John McCain intimately respects and understands American troops […]

The Siege


Nope, not in Baghdad. Not in Iran. Not even in the newly violence stricken corners of post-Katrina New Orleans. No, instead, the media’s recent siege takes aim at Sen. McCain’s shift to conventional campaigning. A google search today reveals at least 296 news stories highlighting not the content of the McCain campaign, but rather it’s […]

Duty and Honor


John McCain served as POW from October 26, 1967 to March 14th 1973. This short video tells the compelling story of his honor, humor and leadership amidst the worst possible conditions. It’s worth noting that while starting off a little hokey, the video respectfully refrains from exploiting the stark images depicting his incarceration.

With just over 600 days left until the Big Day, now’s a good time to take a breather. And what more appropriate venue than a little Presidential humor? Here’s a sampling of the classics…. “A typical vice of American politics is the avoidance of saying anything real on real issues.” President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) “A […]