That's it. When I think of the Fox News Channel performers who are rational and telling the truth, Shep Smith's name comes to mind and I'm sad to say he's the only one. Brett Baier seems mostly OK, and so does wishy-washy Chris Wallace, but when Smith explains context and reality, it's almost as if he's shaming Hannity, the Curvy Crouch Crowd and just about every other fraudulent propagandist motor mouth on that sad network. I have only one question; how does he stand it?
I'm rooting for the Patriots. I'm a fan of the two most hated teams in sports, the Pats and the Yankees. It's mainly because I'm a practical man; I can watch them on local TV and I don't have to pay extra to those highway robbers at Comcast. The Giants do nothing for me and the Jets have the same problem as the Bears. I followed the Chicago Bears until a couple of years ago but finally gave up. When they made Jake Cutler the highest paid quarterback, I dropped them. The owner
States' Rights is a valuable concept in America not often employed in modern times. In other words if the issue is not cemented into the United States Constitution, states are left to decide what their citizens want. There's no prohibition against weed in the Constitution, but slavery is out. You can't outlaw the sale and possession of guns in your state because the Second Amendment is in. As we fragment in the culture war, it appears that the red states are going in one dire