Month: December 2011

Let’s Give Joe a Break

In a recent interview with Newsweek magazine, our nation’s vice president made what many might consider the most ridiculous and factually questionable comment in a career of real doozies: Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy. That’s critical.

Posted in National Security, Political Correctness, Politics

South-of-the-Border Axis of Evil

The novel I’m currently writing connects the problem if Islamic terrorism with border security. It explores how radical Islamofacists could exploit Mexican drug- and human-smuggling routes to attack Americans in border states. Sound far-fetched? Not according to the compelling evidence

Posted in Illegal Immigration, National Security, Politics, Writing

Worst Christmas Songs Ever?

It’s always dangerous to create a Letterman-esque “Top Ten” list that includes the word “ever” in the title. There may well be some even worse songs than the ones I picked for this list, but if there are, I haven’t

Posted in Music, Personal

Rewriting Christmas Carols

Last Friday night, the kids and I (plus my mom and mother-in-law) went to hear my wife Melanie sing with the Sonoran Desert Chorale in their annual Christmas concert. One one hand, it was nice to hear an actual Christmas

Posted in Music, Personal, Political Correctness

Lund Rant Goes Viral

Back in September, before I began this blog, I posted a note on my Facebook page that detailed my three extremely unhappy three months working for John Lund over at Lund Cadillac. I originally composed my story as an explanation

Posted in Employment, Personal