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News Briefs – Volume VIII

News briefs are a collection of interesting news stories…

Brief 1:  Big New York Brother wants to use the occasion of the failed truck bomb to “flood Manhattan” to stop future attacks.  Someone needs to explain how an inanimate object like a video camera will stop attacks.  Will they be fitted with propulsion systems to they can hurl themselves at would be attackers?  It would be more economical to use drones to fly over the city like on the television series “24.”  My prediction is that they’ll buy cameras made in China.

Schooljail Rock by B.H. Obama

Obama threw a party in the public school,
The NEA was plannin’ some work for kids.
The organizer boy from Illinois went crash, boom, bang,
The teacher’s union was a complicit gang.
Lets praise Obama, lets praise.
Everybody in the whole schoolhouse
Was dancin’ to the schooljail rock.

Schooljail Rock

Obama threw a party in the public school.
The students were there and they began to wail.
Praisin’ Barack and the joint began to swing.
You shouldve heard those young kids sing.
Lets praise Obama, lets praise.
Everybody in the whole schoolhouse
Was dancin to the schooljail rock.

S.S. Minnow Politics

rendell and obamaIf you are my age and you had a television, you probably grew up watching Gilligan’s Island.  I always thought that MaryAnn was more attractive than Ginger.  The series showed the exploits of a ship-wrecked crew of the S.S. Minnow as they tried to get off of a deserted island.  The two main characters were Gilligan, the bumbling first mate, and the Skipper, the experienced sea captain.  The Skipper was always mentoring (and that is before the term “mentor” was really mainstream) Gilligan to be a better seaman.

True American Heroes – Andrew Breitbart

breitbartAndrew Breitbart seems to be doing what most of the news media will not do…bring us the news.  Maybe the media never did it and there were not alternative sources like Breitbart.  Breitbart has been at the forefront of the recent exposure of ACORN as a corrupt organization.  To be fair, Glen Beck and Bill O’Reilly have been investigating and reporting on ACORN for a while.  Their problem was that their reports were full of detail and facts.