NOT THE SHARPEST KNIVES IN THE DRAWER: When New Orleans paramedics rushed inside a Quicky's convenience store to render assistance to a customer suffering a possible heart attack, the store’s employees rushed outside…See More
NOT THE SHARPEST KNIFE IN THE DRAWER: As Benjamin Franklin once observed, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” Dana Leland, 29, should have kept those wise words in mind before walking into a MA Target with a pocketful of homemade $100 bills. Leland, of Pawtucket,…See More
THE DAILY BLADE: New York magazine published a 5,000-word article that reports on an emerging body of research by psychologists, economists, marketing professors, and neurobiologists that purports to show that “[having] more money makes people act less human. Or at least less humane.” Just…See More
† BHO blooper reel: The WaPo's Chris Cillizza predicts that President Barack Hussein Obama’s gaffe characterizing the private sector as “doing fine” will hurt his campaign because it “plays directly into the…See More
"This was quite humerous, actually. Like so many in Hollywood who spew their opinions about how the rest of us should live, when it applies to them instead, especially when it comes to their OWN wallet, it's another story. I thought it was…"
During an interview on French TV, Will Smith gets schooled on the implications on the Buffet rule, and why celebrities who claim they would be happy to “pay their fair share” in taxes should be careful what they wish for:Smith: I have no issue with paying taxes and whatever needs to be done for my country to grow. I believe very firmly…See More
THE DAILY BLADE: President Barack Hussein Obama’s new campaign slogan, “Forward” has a proud totalitarian lineage: The Weekly Standard points out that the slogan brings to mind Chairman Mao’s “Great Leap Forward”; Gateway Pundit …See More
THE DAILY BLADE: The Stiletto did something on Tuesday that she never had a chance to do before: she voted for her preferred candidate, Rick Santorum, in the NY primary. Not for the “prohibitive favorite,” the “presumptive nominee” or for the last man left standing – all three of whom are, for all intents and purposes, Mitt Romney. OK, it was a protest vote as Santorum had …See More
"Prison retirement not a bad idea. Free housing, food, dental and medical care, clothing, no utility bills, no worry about having enough income to pay for the basics. Probably end up in a low security "club fed" type prison, excersize gym,…"