Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston



Tuesday, December 23, 2014



Ducky's here said...

Merry Christmas to the folks at Progressive Eruptions.

okjimm said...

Whoa.....another year...another Chrispmess...howza did that Happen????
of note....we have NO SNOW...been a long time since that has happened.... Merry Cookies to all!!!

Shaw Kenawe said...

Ducky and okjimm,

Best wishes for health and happiness to you and your families.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Ducky's here said...

Looky, Issa gave Obama a Christmas gift

Surprise, surprise.

What's left? Ebola, Benghazi, Ukraine?

Poor souls are down to seeds and stems.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Ducky's link:

Issa's big dud: No White House connection to IRS 'scandal'

Let's see: No Benghazi cover-up, no IRS scandal.

No White House involvement in the IRS controversy. No scandal.

So far, the Chicken Little are 0 for 2 of their biggest hopes for big scandals.

But be assured that on the regular TeaPublican blogs the ninnyhammers will still blather on about "scandals," even though the GOP House committees have ruled none exist.

They truly live in an alternate reality.

Poor deluded mush heads.

They are really, really good at one thing though: Finding pornographic and racist images on the Smut Queen's blog. That and being love with Dr. Carson, the guy who claims America is just like Nazi Germany.

Those people are an endless source of hilarity.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Russia's Economy Headed For Even More Trouble

Remember when the TeaPublicans crowed about what a strong leader this jerk is? This "strong" leader has run his country economy into the ground.

Our economy is doing fine, consumer confidence is up, and other leading indicator are strong. See the stock market. Putin's economy is tanking.

Some strong leader, eh?

The TeaPublicans, in their consuming hatred for Mr. Obama, have been WRONG ON EVERYTHING. That's what their hate has done for them. Made them look like fools. All of them.

Shaw Kenawe said...

By Darya Korsunskaya and Vladimir Abramov

MOSCOW, Dec 26 (Reuters) - Slumping oil prices have put Russia's economy on course for a sharp recession and double-digit inflation next year, government ministers said on Friday, as authorities scaled up a bailout for the first bank to succumb to this month's rouble crisis.

The economy is slowing sharply as Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis deter foreign investment and spur capital flight, and as a slump in oil prices severely reduces Russia's export revenues and pummels the rouble.