Odds ‘n Ends

It’s not April Fools Day, but…

Bill Clinton was named Father of the Year by the National Father’s Day Council.


Hillary Clinton was named one of the “100 Hottest Women of the 21st Century“.




Politifact’s “Lie of the Year”  turns out to be true.  Romney told the truth.




There has been huge coverage of Manti Te’o's fake girlfriend.  Many charge that he used the fake narrative for personal gain.  But there is another pop-culture hero who faked much of his history for personal gain and received very little scrutiny.  He had fake girlfriends, fake stories about his childhood, blatant fabrications about his mother and grandfather, and much more.  There are reasons to believe that Te’o was duped,  but that is not the case for the other fabricator, Barack Obama.  His false narrative was purposeful from the beginning.  See herehere, here and here.  And the mainstream media is happy to accept it without question. Bill Whittle exposes a few lies here:


Obama will be inaugurated tomorrow.  His predecessor has left him an unbelievable mess.


Two more additions to the long liberal hypocrisy list:  Avoiding taxes the Warren Buffet Way.  [hat tip - Justin Kennedy]     Costco’s tax avoidance scheme.

Mark Steyn adds to our trillion dollar coin discussion and wonders if “America’s choo-choo has left the tracks“.

Just for fun – watch California over-react to a bit of cold weather:


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