Category Archives: Politics

My thoughts on the world of politics. I have a lot of opinions about politics, but I also have a lot of reservations about discussing them publicly, so I have no idea how often this category will be used.

The Many Interpretations of Frozen

Note: This is written in response to a very LDS-focused article, and I myself am a devoted, practicing Mormon, so this is written from that perspective. It’s not necessarily accessible only to people who share my faith, but it is unapologetically LDS in nature. There’s a lot of hubbub the last couple days about this… Read More »

Race and literacy

A couple days ago over at HardballTalk, Craig Calcaterra wrote about some controversy surrounding Joe Ricketts, the patriarch of the family that owns the Chicago Cubs. Ricketts is apparently very anti-Obama and is using his wealth to spearhead some efforts to get a new president elected this fall. One of the tactics his group is… Read More »

Bill O’Reilly is crazy

Following up on what I wrote last week about President Bush’s Christmas/Holiday cards, here is something I picked up on from the Daily Show a day or two ago. Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly, of the O’Reilly Factor, had as a guest on his show a man named Philip Nulman, author of a book called… Read More »

George Bush can’t please anyone

I just read this article about the Christmas cards President Bush sent out to 1.4 million supporters. Let me share a quote with you, from William A. Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights: This clearly demonstrates that the Bush administration has suffered a loss of will and that they have… Read More »