Posts Tagged ‘Easter’

Happy Easter

Sunday, April 20th, 2014

A blessed and happy Easter to you and your loved ones,

Easter Thoughts from Roger Kimball.

Happy Easter!

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Happy Easter 2013


Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

The results of WaPo’s Peeps diorama contest are up, and you can see all the entries here.

The Occupiers won

but my inner snob likes Downton Abbey better,

The Dame Maggie Smith peep is the one dressed in mauve.

Get your Peeps while they’re still in season!

How many trees died for the eggs? and a roundup

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Michelle Obama’s Mirror’s Blog reports,

By all accounts this was the best Eggroll ever. Unprecedented, actually. For one reason, this is the first year we sent the kiddies home with wooden eggs in place of candy filled plastic eggs from China.

The White House couldn’t give the kids candy, so trees had to die. Mexican trees, that is.

Foreign Ownership of U.S. Debt Continues to Grow. Take a look at the graph (click for larger):

Women go topless in protest, then get angry when men ogle

For old-school GOP, a hard lesson on fiscal issues

The message for the GOP establishment is clear — be careful what you wish for. For too long, it turned up its nose at the grassroots activism of social conservatives and said they should focus on fiscal issues that unite the party. Now, the grassroots activism of fiscal conservatives is driving the debate in races across the country. This popular movement for limited government and fiscal responsibility might well sweep the Democrats out of power in November — but it might also sweep some establishment Republicans out with them.

Time for the full truth about TARP

Geography of a recession:

And if you weren’t depressed enough already, How America might get a VAT of its own. Why – in addition to having yet more taxes to separate you from your hard-earned money – is this depressing? Because, as a friend and I were discussing yesterday,

wait until the folks at the IRS get their hands on the regulations for the application of the new tax

Irwin Seltzer explains the world of Small Bras and the Value-Added Tax
Taxing consumption sounds easy. Wait until government starts to carve out the political exceptions.

Jordanian King (Son of Black September) Abdullah Piles on Israel, while Phyllis checks out what Biden had to say.

Colombians Detained For Spying On Venezuela’s Electricity Grid, via Vlad

Meet Inzulaya and his friend Inchavastro

Happy Easter!

Sunday, April 12th, 2009


Wishing you and your loved ones a joyful and blessed Easter.

Today’s podcast at 11AM, Chronicles: 15 Minutes on Latin America

Friday, April 10th, 2009

In today’s podcast at 11AM Eastern, a quick review of today’s headlines, and a few thoughts on Richard Fernandez’s post.