April 9, 2014

Dog drama.



Photo by Meade, taken today. Also:

12 comments:

paminwi said...

I think this may be good for the people fighting the John Doe but not being a lawyer I am basing my thoughts on articles I have read today. Can someone tell me if this decision is a good one to help wrap up the never ending John Doe?

http://watchdog.org/137660/civil-rights-lawsuit-investigation/

Saint Croix said...

Kickstarter censors a movie about Kermit Gosnell.

Censorship is normal when it comes to abortion. Denial, repression, censorship. Kickstarter doesn't even know why it's censoring the movie. The man was convicted of murder, and still liberals feel the reflective urge to hide his crimes.

Best wishes to all the pro-lifers who are trying to do this journalism. You're going up against a Pravda machine that is very determined to hide the bodies.

RecChief said...

so apparently, the dallas office of the IRS was filled with Obama screen savers, and employees campaigned for Obama , openly.

Not a fucking smidgen of corruption!

khesanh0802 said...

This looks like the only place to tell everyone that the UCONN women beat Notre Dame women by 21 last night to win UConn's ninth national title. If Meade watched he saw UConn display some great basketball and terrific sportsmanship as they have all year.

alan markus said...

Paging Garage Mahal, paging Garage Mahal

Sen. Erpenbach must reveal who emailed him about Act 10, court rules

An appeals court unanimously ruled Wednesday that state Sen. Jon Erpenbach must make public under Wisconsin's open records law the names and email addresses of those who contacted him in 2011 about limits on unions for public workers.

26,000 emails - I betcha somewhere in there lurks at least one email sent by a public paid employe on the clock on a goverment owned computer.

But, maybe no secret routers.

Saint Croix said...

liberals feel the reflective urge to hide his crimes.

I meant to say "reflexive" and I managed to say pretty much the opposite.

Hagar said...

I just saw the most remarkable thing at the opening of greta van Susteren. A clip of Eric Holder giving a speech somewhere and complaining about him and president Obama being bullied and treated disrespectfully by Congress. He said he could think of no other attorney general or president who had had to put up with such treatment.

I don't think it is a winning tactic for either Holder or the President to whine about being bullied by a congressman that few have ever heard of.

Besides the merit of the case being on the congressman's side.

garage mahal said...

26,000 emails - I betcha somewhere in there lurks at least one email sent by a public paid employe on the clock on a goverment owned computer.

I betcha there were emails sent, too. You stupid, stupid simpleton. Hint: oh, forget it.

persiflage mahal said...

Great pics but what is the lion cub doing at the dog park?

David said...

Meade must be plastering his forehead with peanut butter to get these shots.

David said...

So anything I write to a public official in Wisconsin is now subject to being published in a newspaper? I suppose I get the idea behind the "disclosure," but I really do not like the result.

Hagar said...

Brandeis U. is in need of a new weathervane.