The #VRWC Report, windmills in the mail

Maybe they should just bring back the Pony Express: Saving the Post Office with windmills, oh and an $11 billion taxpayer bailout too.

Noted homosexual bully Dan Savage berated attendees of an anti-bullying event. Well sure, if anyone knows “pansy asses,” it’s Dan Savage. He’s undoubtedly buggered enough of them.

Here’s some good advice for first-time gun buyers.

Sometimes a picture is only worth three words. The wrong three words.

Let’s have a peek inside La Casa Blanca’s preparations for Cinquo de Mayo. I understand the Secret Service is procuring the entertainment.

When did Mel Gibson start playing for the Detroit Tigers? Oh wait, Delmon Young is black, he can’t possibly be a bigot. I’m sure it’s all just a misunderstanding.

RINO hunting: Daniel Miller addresses the Jefferson County, TX Republican Party Convention.

Through the looking glass: Our economy isn’t growing because government doesn’t spend enough. Yeah, so if the government spends every dime we have we’ll all be billionaires, right?

Mister we could use a man like Fisher Ames again.

Questions you can’t ask a Hollywood liberal: If Cuba is really the “Workers Paradise,” why are so many people escaping from it?

Fun with Obumper Schtickers. And John Edwards’ hair.

Also funny, but I’d have said this about Teleprompter Man.

How do I get on Barack Obama’s enemies list? It’s gotta be good for blog hits! But good for the country? Not so much.

Wait, why are all those black Suburbans pulling into my driveway…

Obama walks into a butcher shop singing “How much is that doggie in the window…”

Apparently some of my Facebook friends haven’t heard about #ObamaDogRecipes yet.

Remember when Mitt Romney put his dog on the roof of his car? Democrats called PETA. Obama said “don’t do that, it ruins the flavor.”

See, long ago in Indonesia, when he was but a wee Muslim lad without a fake birth certificate, Barack Obama ate dog meat. Someone finally read that passage in “Dreams From My Father.” And thus an internet meme was born.

What does Obama call Mitt Romney’s dog Seamus? Meals on Wheels!

KFC = Kenyan Fried Chicken!

Pardon me, would you have any Greyhound Poupon?

Who’s up for some Chicken Poodle Soup?

Here’s a few more:

Chocolate Lab Cake

German Shepherds’s Pie


Woof Bourguignon

And my all-time favorite: Chihuahua Chimichanga!

You know what? If I owned a dog, it would look just like the one Obama ate.

They’re gonna need to print some new 4th grade science books

There’s an entire chapter in Sophie’s 4th grade science book devoted to lamenting the plight of the polar bears. They’re. Gonna. Die! And of course it’s all the fault of those evil corporations.

Except… The polar bears are fine. Thriving even. See, somebody took the time to do an actual scientific study. With charts. And graphs.

The debate about climate change and its impact on polar bears has intensified with the release of a survey that shows the bear population in a key part of northern Canada is far larger than many scientists thought, and might be growing.

The number of bears along the western shore of Hudson Bay, believed to be among the most threatened bear subpopulations, stands at 1,013 and could be even higher, according to the results of an aerial survey released Wednesday by the Government of Nunavut. That’s 66 per cent higher than estimates by other researchers who forecasted the numbers would fall to as low as 610 because of warming temperatures that melt ice faster and ruin bears’ ability to hunt. The Hudson Bay region, which straddles Nunavut and Manitoba, is critical because it’s considered a bellwether for how polar bears are doing elsewhere in the Arctic.

The conclusion?

The study shows that “the bear population is not in crisis as people believed,” said Drikus Gissing, Nunavut’s director of wildlife management. “There is no doom and gloom.”

Good news for the polar bears.

Bad news for the econut alarmists.


On the off chance the GOP picks Nikki Haley for VP the Ya-Ya Sisterhood stands ready to cut her off at the knees

Because digging for dirt on Republican women isn’t sexist. Just ask My Favorite Feminist.

Who could be better as a Republican vice presidential pick than a young, attractive, up-and-coming rising star who happens to be a woman of color, a mom of young children and the governor of an important Southern state?  The GOP is sorely in need of repairing the damage it’s done to itself with the “woman’s vote” by finding a woman for the VP slot. That should have been South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, but she can’t and won’t be the one to help them out with that in 2012.

Gee, why not?

While she’s denied the rumors that continue to circulate about whether she’s had extramarital affairs, it doesn’t even matter if they’re true. Since it looks like the Republican presidential candidate will be either Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum — both men who wear their faithful family-man bona fides on their sleeves — there is no room in their campaigns for even the slightest chance of a marital scandal for a running mate.

Sheesh. Innuendo and rumors, and feminists are going to help spread them? Because the rumors don’t matter! She’s a Rethuglican! She deserves whatever she gets!

Oh, and she met Sarah Palin once. And HBO’s hit-job mock-u-mentary was all true dontcha know. It fit the narrative to a T, and she really can see Russia from her house!

No matter how inspiring her personal story is, the shadow of Sarah Palin is a long one, and the McCain campaign’s inadequate vetting of Palin, combined with even the possibility of a skeleton in Haley’s closet, will keep her off the GOP ticket in 2012, and probably forever.

Damning with faint praise. Way to stand up for womankind.

There is no intellectual honesty in feminism.