car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Round 1:Fight! (Kinda)

I’m not going to go through the debate with a fine-toothed comb,playing “spot the lies”(I do have other things to do this weekend),but I will address a few things:

I found myself wondering –McCain says he saw the current economic crisis coming;as the two-time chair of the Senate Commerce Committee,Read on…

The Tale of Sen. McCain

Brave Sir Robin ran away, Bravely ran away,away. When danger reared its ugly head,he bravely turned his tail and fled. Yes,brave Sir Robin turned about And gallantly,he chickened out. Bravely taking to his feet, He beat a very brave Read on…

Re:The “Riskiest Political Move”Pat Buchanan’s Ever Seen

As a former paleoconservative,I’m still digesting the idea of Sarah Palin as Vice President. But this Politico post did bring an appropriate quote to mind.

There is a fine line between clever and stupid.

I’ll definitely have more to say about this very soon.

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I hear America singing…and I don’t like the tune.

The youth of America today is So wonderful And I’m proud to be a part of This gigantic mass deception 

- Frank Zappa,Flower Punk

With Willard Romney winning his (second) firewall state last night,the identity of the eventual winner of the Republican nomination has been rendered all the more Read on…

A Clarification Seems Necessary

If my McCain piece earlier has left anyone scratching their heads,allow me to clarify:

Would a President McCain be able to win the Iraq War? I highly doubt it,even if he had the full support of Congress and the American people. So why would I state that,at least in terms of Read on…