Who is Umar Abdulmutallab and why did he get on a plane with a pantload of explosives? Jimmie gives you the, err, scoop of the SpeedoBomber. In the second half, Jimmie talks about pro football and how colleges are treating their football players shabbily.
Archive for December, 2009
Again, Jimmie is dragged to the Health Care debate by “that malignant garden gnome” Harry Reid and the results won’t be pretty for Reid of your pocketbook. Also, Jimmie rediscovers the Meaning of Christmas. He didn’t have to look far.
An interview with Hunter Baker, author of The End of Secularism: Do you think that communism’s force lives on in the less violent but still all-encompassing secularism of today — on issues like climate change and economic socialism?
Muscling through a rough cold, Francis shares his thoughts on an interesting piece on the Too Big to Fail concept in the latest issue of National Affairs on today’s edition of Coffee and Markets: “The errors laid bare by the financial crisis clearly ca… [tweetmeme] Muscling through a rough cold, Francis shares his thoughts on […]
Ben Bernanke is Time’s person of the year, Howard Dean takes up arms against the Senate health care bill, and Megan McArdle says we all have a moral obligation to pay our mortgages, whether it makes financial sense or not. [tweetmeme] Ben Bernanke is Time’s person of the year, Howard Dean takes up arms against […]
Guest Ed Driscoll. Jimmie Bise brings his wit and insights to a weekly review of politics and culture.. Jimmie can also be found at his website sundriesshack.com and also can be found on Twitter. Username: jimmiebj
The Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. The resurgence of the term “tea party” represents one of this year’s biggest stories in politics. The roots of the tea party movement in 2009 grew in an environment of government takeovers, financial bailouts, and other federal spending increases. But their principles, and their name, are derived from […]
If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past few years, it’s that we should never doubt the abilities of Joe Lieberman to get what he wants, and the willingness of Harry Reid to cave in the clutch. We’ll discuss where health care goes from here, [tweetmeme] If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the […]