Month: October 2011
They craved structure and meaning, and so constructed for themselves an ersatz corporation in which they, the workers, felt industrious but in fact produced nothing at all.
Remember the classic scene from “Trading Places” in which Eddie Murphy feigns amputated legs in order to win sympathy, and handouts, from unsuspecting passersby? This reminds me of the contrived victim status that so many, like the big baby in California, Stanley Thornton, take upon themselves in order to garner nanny-state largess.
The Opportunity Zone Plan will succeed largely because it clears away the outrageous hurdles of government regulation and taxation which now exist, and have grown to beastly proportions, under the Obama Administration.
I can’t wait for this excellent legislation to be passed and then implemented. I will enjoy the contentious duels between teacher’s unions and environmentalist wackos, all to be played out in the gladiatorial arenas of America’s vast energy reserves. I will be rooting for the kids. I want them to have the best education that energy leases can buy.
Sex and identity are so closely interwoven so as to be indivisible. The formative years when the mind and body are developing into a sexual being are full of questions and complexities.
Puleeeeese don’t quit your day job, this is easy, it will only take a minute, and it is free. You simply take a sentence and fill in the blanks with your choice of words to make it gut-splittingly funny. For example:
It is a truism in the LDS Church to say that, “A Bishop (Pastor) may serve his time as the leader of many, then find himself rocking babies in the nursery in the blink of an eye.”
The American flag possesses a power that transcends mere politics. It has become the brazen serpent on the pole. If simply viewing the flag, without preconception or agenda, has the power to turn the hearts of people to more conservative, more American values, then it has the power to heal our nation
Forrest, whose star of serendipity shone upon him brightly once more, went very big with the “Bubba Gump Shrimp” company. His boat turned into a fleet, and the fleet turned into more money than Forrest would know what to do with. Forrest gave Bubba’s portion to his momma in Bayou La Batre.
“The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.” This is more than a conservative axiom, it is a concrete truth found in the rubble of American cities where big-government Liberalism has held sway for decades.