Helen responds to Greg (a MUST read)

“Cherry picking through information to support your cause seems to be a habit within the Republican party these days.  When you and Ann Coulter do it, a brave soldier’s reputation is tarnished.  When George Bush and Dick Cheney do it, thousands more soldiers are put in harms way, including my beautiful nephew.  So Greg,  here are some more of the details about Max … More Helen responds to Greg (a MUST read)

word du jour: NEPOTISM

Before we go for the Merriam-Webster definition, let’s look at the Oxford Dictionary of Current English.  NEPOTISM: 1.  Favoritism shown to relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs. ORIGIN:  Italian:  Nipote, “nephew”; referring to privileges given to the “nephews” of Popes, often their illegitimate sons. Now, let’s hear what Merriam-Webster has to say: 1: favoritism … More word du jour: NEPOTISM

Alaskans For Truth Is Now An Official Political Action Committee And They Have Issued A Call To Action!

It’s amazing what can be brought to life with some good old fashioned community organizing.  What all this means is that Alaskans for Truth is now an official Political Action Committee, registered with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.  And they have issued a call to action. … And don’t for a minute think, dear Mudflatter, that … More Alaskans For Truth Is Now An Official Political Action Committee And They Have Issued A Call To Action!

word du jour: Hyperbole

According to Merriam-Webster online dictionary the definition of HYPERBOLE is: “extragavant exaggeration” Let’s use HYPERBOLE in a sentence: To say that Sarah Palin is ready or even appropriate for the office of President or Vice President is pure hyperbole. If you would like to try your hand at using this word in sentence, please use … More word du jour: Hyperbole