I’m sitting in a hotel “free breakfast” area on this crappy Sunday morning four hours from my home. The coffee is quite good, the food is okay, the news is frustrating. My online news triumvirate starts with Drudge then I Hate the Media (website and my feelings about mainstream media), and end with Breitbart And this headline;
The bill protects unborn babies after 20 weeks. So you would presumably be able to kill the unborn up until that point so this is at best a start on reigning in abortions. West Virginia’s governor Tomblin sited legal concerns as his reason to veto the legislation passed by the Democrat-controlled congress is the state;
Unless you are one of the under-informed (low information voter), you have probably heard the story of the young man from West Virginia who got suspended from school for wearing a pro Second Amendment t-shirt. The 14 year old was told to remove the shirt and when he refused he was arrested. According to his attorney (yes there are some good ones out there) the school code does not prohibit such shirts (his had a picture of a hunting rifle).
“What I’ve said is that we would put a cap-and-trade system in place that is more — that is as aggressive if not more aggressive than anybody else’s out there, so if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can, it’s just that it will bankrupt them because they’re going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.”
News briefs are a collection of interesting news stories…
Brief 1: “The King is gone but he’s not forgotten. This is a story about Johnny Rotten. It’s better to burn out, cause rust never sleeps. The King is gone but he’s not forgotten.” Sometimes the left is so out in left field and it is fun to watch them try to “eat” one of their own only to have it thrown back in their face. Famed Sex Pistols front-man, Johnny Rotten apparently was criticized for planning a concert in of all places, Israel. It is very posh to be anti-Jewish and Pro-Palestinian on the left, but Mr. Rotten would have none of it;
This morning I got an early start (around 7:30 am) for a road trip and got home around 8:00 pm. As you may have guessed it wasn’t really a pleasure trip even though it was a bright and sunny day. Round trip was around 500 miles traveling 4.5 hours each way for a 2 hour meeting. Sigh. My trip started in Pennsylvania took me into West Virginia to Ohio then back to West Virginia and then to Ohio and back to West Virginia, Ohio, West Virginia and finally home to Pennsylvania. This poor soul got nailed in PA.
A few observations: