Headline: “Vintage fur provides guilt-free pleasures.” Alas, many modern Americans have fell into the guilt trap about wearing fur coats. Those same suckers wear leather shoes and eat hamburgers and can’t even make the connection.
Love R&R. One and only time I have written one, but I had to respond to Sunday ex-FBI agent. If you 100 or so ex-FBI agents that would move to this area, please, please invite them. P.S. , tell them to bring plenty of ammo.
The Tucson sheriff blamed the tragedy on conservatives wanting their country back. Clearly, that sheriff is a sadly angry man. And wouldn’t you be angry if your name was Clarence Dupnik?
Frank Rotondo, head of the GA Association of Police Chiefs , says he “understands how officers could feel trapped (by seat belts ) in their cars.” Presumably , Rotondo doesn’t think civilians have such feelings. Alas, while seat belts are generally a good, safe bet, the law requiring their use is nothing more than Big Brother enforcing another unconstitutional law.
If the Native Americans would have secured the borders against the whites, this country would be a good place to live, but they couldn’t foresee the future. Too bad. Just look at us now.
I and many others agree with Chris Matthews and the others at MSNBC. They tell the truth, which is more than I can say for Fox News. As for Sarah Palin, I wouldn’t vote for her if she were running for dog catcher.
In response to your article about the Columbia County tag situation and the money being paid : The one-time fee was fine. I had no problem with it. I had two of the wildlife tags and I couldn’t wait to turn them in because I’m not going to pay for the problems the elected officials made. I’m not going to pay for them to ride around the country on my dollar.