Sure seems like lots of bullets are flying in and out of Frederick County’s Winchester Hall. Doubt is everywhere that the offensive is going to recede anytime soon or during the next four years to come for that matter.
A lot of people are very angry with Jonathan Gruber these days. He is the MIT professor who wrote the Massachusetts health care law, and earned $393,000 consulting with the White House on the writing of the Affordable Care Act, under President Barack Obama.
Kuching, Malaysian Borneo – I am so sick of the Clintons. I am just tired of them. Won't they just go away and retire someplace? They have a new granddaughter and grandma Hillary and grandpop Bill would be best retired in a rocking chair enjoying their golden years.
Verbal bashings continue out of control toward a former president, vice president and the intelligence agency; the “covert ones,” if you please.
The more that they change, most of them stay the same – especially at Christmas. Affecting the city, Chief of Police Kim Dine left for Capitol Hill in December. A Frederick News-Post story alerted us that a different personality will be sitting in his office; a lady could move into the space.
The Senate Intelligence Committee, led until January by Sen. Diane Feinstein (D., CA) issued a majority report on a two-year staff investigation of enhanced interrogation techniques used by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the War on Terror.
If polls are to be believed, our favorite progressives aren’t doing so well these days. The out-going governor of Maryland trails the more centrist Hillary Rodham Clinton in early presidential preference polls and President Barack Obama is suffering in the public’s eye as well. His approval rating is nothing short of abysmal.
David Close joined the British navy during World War II. As an officer, he was forced to wear English shorts aboard the destroyer in the Nile, which were designed during Victoria’s regime. We had a custom: Gathering on the front porch in his mansion on New Year’s Day to drink!
Society is never going to be fair and equal. Never has been and never will. Platitudes abound plenty and certainly always sound good.
In Ferguson, Missouri USA, a policeman was not indicted by a Grand Jury of all charges brought against him. A white policeman shot and killed a black man. Looting, rioting and mayhem resulted.
Let’s face it. Ninety-nine and forty-four-one-hundredths percent of people always snicker, then grin or breakout guffawing hearing news that a celebrated institution or person or persons has been caught in some salacious conduct.
Jan Gardner, the newly elected county executive, was quoted when the election went to her: “I’m really thrilled and appreciative that all Frederick County voters have trust in me.”