Ayn Rand may have been the smartest person of the 20th Century. Next to Leo, of course.
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With the passage of Proposition 67, California became the first state to ban single-use plastic grocery bags. It also requires most stores to charge shoppers 10 cents for either reusable plastic bags or paper bags. The idea is to manipulate people into using cloth totes to carry home their groceries. Hooray for the environment? Maybe.
Don’t leave insulting progressives to Donald Trump. You can do it to. It’s fun and simple. All you need is to be in touch with reality, think rationally and avoid political correctness (i.e., lies). Pat Condell provides a a quick guide to the essentials of how to insult a progressive.
Reading the descriptions of life under ISIS, it almost seems like you are reading the script for a film about a dystopian future. The vile, disgusting, evil behavior of ISIS is hard to believe.
There is a certain element which looks at ISIS and says, “See what religion does to society.” I disagree. Years ago, while in one of his Earthling personas, Leo of Mars published a review of Mad Max by his college roommate. The review, no longer extant, suggested that the world of Mad Max was a portrait of “man without God.”
Know your history, Earthlings! On January 10, 1967, Massachusetts Republican Edward Brooke took office as the first African-American ever to be popularly elected to the U.S. Senate. Brooke, a Howard University graduate who earned a Bronze Star in World War II fighting in a segregated unit, would serve two terms …
400 dairies, 100,000 cows, 106,300 chickens and 3,439 people
Flemming Rose – “If a believer demands that I, as a nonbeliever, observe his taboos in the public domain, he is not asking for my respect, but for my submission.”