Dennis Prager asks a very important question: What do you learn when you compare what Leftists and what conservatives view as the greatest evils in the world today. Using this analysis reveals just how bereft the Left is of any moral compass. Or rather, it has a moral compass, only it works backwards. As for me, I’m wondering if there’s any way I can slip the ideas in this article before my Leftist friends so that they think about the concepts without become too defensive to absorb them.
Wendy Davis got into a war of words with Bristol Palin, who pointed out that Davis’ actual life, as opposed to her imaginary life, is nothing to be proud of. A few comments.
First, I was absolutely blown away by something Davis said in her defense, regarding her relationship with her adult daughters: “I have always been and will always be the most important female in their lives.” That’s a pretty monumental ego you’ve got there, Little Lady. An ego that size much explains everything about Davis’s life choices and her lies.
Second, Palin is right, as Greg demonstrates in nice graphic form.
Third, Pat Sajak came up with the best tweets ever regarding Davis’s imaginary bio:
Hired Wendy Davis PR firm to redo my bio. Turns out I was orphaned. Then reform school, migrant worker. Very inspiring.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 21, 2014
Bio update: took penicillin, didn’t discover it. Admired Gandhi, but never arm wrestled him. Dad was Polish, not Comanche.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 23, 2014
By the way, if you want an endless stream of humor, follow Sajak on Twitter. He’s a gifted satirist and social observer who elegantly compresses his thoughts into 120 characters:
Can empathize with Bieber. I was wild kid, too. Mattress tag removal, jaywalking, overdue library books. You name it.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 24, 2014
NPR tries to push a minimum wage increase with a story about Henry Ford’s decision to offer high wages to get the best employees. It doesn’t seem to occur to the geniuses at publicly supported radio that there’s a difference between a business making a strategic decision to get the best employees possible, and a government forcing all businesses to pay higher wages to everyone across the board, whether they’re yutzes or the most wonderful employees ever. Even more disheartening than this, well, stupidity is the only word for it, is my sense that there’s no way to get those NPR drones to understand that there is a difference. Sigh.