Yes, I once thought Paul Ryan was a good...
I have flip-flopped on my political views frequently throughout my young life. Call it a result of getting new information that trumps my aforementioned views. I don’t ground my political views in “values” like social conservatives do because I believe that social conservative “values” are many times grounded in fear and irrationality and can be easily manipulated by...
So I was wrong on Rob Portman as Mitt's VP...
Earlier this week I predicted Mittens would select Rob Portman as his VP. I should have known better than to think the Mitt campaign would make a strategically smart decision.
You don't get much more insider then this douche
365limerickproject: So, Twit Romney has chosen Paul Ryan, And Crooks are so happy they’re cryin’, He’s a follower of Ayn Rand, So he’ll put his head in the sand, When the bastards on Wall Street start lie’n.
This is just a post to mark that Mitt Romney will choose Rob Portman as his veep pick. Time stamp that, son.
Best line I've read in a while in a news story →
“One, Apple doesn’t need the money. Even a shitload. In fact, any shitload Microsoft can offer would pale in comparison to the shitload Apple already has.”
Jeff Daniels' monologue from "The Newsroom"
Aaron Sorkin’s new drama, “The Newsroom”, debuted on HBO Sunday night. In the opening scene, Jeff Daniels, who portrays news anchor Will McAvoy, delivered a stunning, hard-hitting, accurate, and intelligent monologue. This monologue is something that I believe every American should see, and if they can’t see it, it should be read, for I believe it is accurate and hits home...
GET FREE STUFF: ZAGG Sparq giveaway
Do you know what product is awesome? This. The ZAGG Sparq. You know why this product is useful? Because you love your electronic devices and the battery life on your electronic devices sucks. Let me tell you a story. I was out and about on New Years Eve and I had recently purchased the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a 4G LTE phone with battery endurance akin to a fat kid doing the mile run. I knew...