Monday, 19th February 2018

The Clinton Catastrophe

Posted on 10. Sep, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


Obama must be getting smarter in his old age. Recently he agreed with a statement floating around on Twitter that Bill Clinton should be his “Secretary of Explaining Things.” Lately everyone seems to be gobbling up Clinton’s particular brand of bullshit, but that is nothing new. Obama could learn a thing or two about how politics is actually played from a man like Bill Clinton. He may be the most gifted politician of his generation… and I do not mean that as a compliment.

Railroaded Into Debt

Posted on 22. Jul, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events


California is nearly 400 billion dollars in debt. The lukewarm sense of hope following the contentious fight to wrap up the yearly state budget is tempered by the knowledge that the agreement requires the public to ok a referendum temporarily raising taxes by 8 billion dollars. Social services, health programs, the education system, the court […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Stephanie Cutter

Posted on 09. Jul, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events


This week’s Twit got FactChecked into the wall by the center forward of team truth. Vilifying a successful businessman without proof will get you two minutes in the penalty box along with: Stephanie Cutter is an excellent resource for digging through the endless yellow journalism, political muckraking and outright lying that typifies an American […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Kim Jong-Un

Posted on 13. Apr, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events


This week’s Twit is the world’s youngest head of state – if the economic wasteland that is North Korea can be considered a sovereign political entity! Get ready to be bathed in the dynastic glory of the pocket-sized potentate: Kim Jong-Un As we can see from North Korea’s utter dominance of the known world (and […]

Halal Cyber Censorship

Posted on 11. Feb, 2012 by in Current Events


The Iranian government, which has been lovingly lambasted repeatedly by yours truly in the past, made news again the last few days. The Ayatollah’s lackeys, no doubt upon the order of their theocratic puppet master, have essentially made it impossible for people within Iran to access SSL/TLS websites (basically any site that uses https instead […]

The Only Adult In The Running

Posted on 09. Jan, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Yes, I’ll say it: Jon Huntsman is the only Republican (currently vying for his party’s presidential nomination) that could even remotely stand a chance of defeating Barack Obama. There is no doubt in my mind that every other candidate, each of which are wracked with crippling character flaws, will be utterly trounced by Obama’s (There’s […]

Joseph Fosco On New Year’s Wishes And 2011 In Review

Posted on 31. Dec, 2011 by in Analysis, Announcements


Theodore Roe: Good to see you again, Joe. Joseph Fosco: Thank you, Sir. It is always a pleasure to speak with you. TR: Let’s dive right in, shall we? How was your year? JF: I spent the entire year of 2011 living cancer free and I am very lucky to be able to say it. […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Dmitry Medvedev

Posted on 27. Nov, 2011 by in Current Events


This week’s Twit must have slipped into a time machine set for October of 1962, because he thinks a Russian threat of a missile strike might intimidate the United States. It’s time to don your party pins and join in the stupidity of: Dmitry Medvedev Every now and then, it seems like Russia forgets exactly […]

Obama, Daley And FDR

Posted on 04. Nov, 2011 by in Current Events, History


The false veneer of Change and Hope is falling away in great, gaudy strips and chunks, revealing the Chicago Machine-style play-to-play politics of the Obama system. Riddled by scandals and economic policy failures, it is not shocking to see the President’s reputation at all-time lows across the country. What is shocking is that Gallup Polling […]

Paper Tiger Balm Cannot Soothe Economic Woes

Posted on 17. Jul, 2011 by in Current Events


As the United States continues to reel from the collapse of the speculation-driven housing bubble, we should count our blessings. Things could have been much, much worse. We could be in the same place as China. Despite the federal government’s massive blunders in propping up the sub-prime mortgage fiasco, the United States’s failure is nothing […]