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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

I Fought The Snow and The Snow Won

As much as I would have liked to weigh in on a bunch of issues during the day, I've been fighting the snow and the snow hit (my) back.

Now that I can sit up straight, here are some thoughts, as usual in no particular order:
  • Egypt is a mess, with the Street likely to fall back on the usual scapegoat regardless of what happens to Mubarek.
  • Israel is (almost) alone.
  • The Islamist-Leftist Anti-Israel Coalition (ILC) is happy but not satisfied.
  • So the ILC will focus even harder on separating the U.S. from Israel.
Other than that, tell me what I missed.

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  1. Well, you missed the part where the Senate voted to repeal the 1099 provision in the Obamacare bill. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.)had a similar amendment rejected last year but I guess it's okay if the same thing is submitted by a Democrat, in this case Debbie Stabenow.


  2. And you mised the vital news that Chelsea Clinton and her new husband are going to spend 3 months apart, with him heading to Jackson Hole, WY alone.

    You know, the vital news. By the way, here in Chicago, I feel your pain.

  3. have you seen the video of E.T. landing on top of the Temple Mount?

  4. The Snowpocalypse of the Snowzilla Snowmageddan hit the greater Milwaukee area, too. The three hours of snow removal killed any chance I had of getting to work, prevented me from working from home, prevented me from enjoying a day off and prevented me from following any current events. On the other hand, I didn't get hurt. I don't think.

  5. After a great deal of thought and prayer, I've decided that whoever did THIS is who I'm pulling for.

  6. I pray for Israel, that Israel remembers her Redeemer and turn to Him and live. This is an important juncture for Israel. She cannot depend on any man, not even those within her borders. Therefore, she must put her trust in God. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses, but Israel must remember the Lord, her God.

  7. Feel better, professor. Nothing missed that can't be caught up with later.

  8. Obama's Interior Dept in contempt of court


  9. what is this "snow" everyone keeps talking about?

    Los Angeles

  10. I think the recent signs of a looming constitutional crisis will become THE newest and potentially most important story. This will be a power struggle between all three - not the Chuck Schumer three - branches of government.

    1) The struggle between the Obama administration and congress over the use of czars and executive departments to regulate and destroy certain sectors of out polity against the intent of congress and the people.

    Washington Times

    2) The unconstitutional refusal of the Obama administration to provide information to congress and congressional committees.


    3) The cover-up and ongoing policies regarding events that have already occurred such as voting intimidation, offers of jobs to keep candidates off ballots, Wikileaks, immigration law and enforcement and other issues.


    4) A battle between the Obama administration and the judiciary over the legality and authority of laws, regulations and court orders for example the Vinson ruling.


    The administration may have just enough hubris, ideology and incompetence to bring this power struggle to a raging boil.

  11. When I was at Cornell (1985-1994) I remember the university had a record of *never* closing because of snow... even when the weather was amazingly bad... and then came that fateful year (1993 was it?) when they had to bow to the enormity of the snowfall and close for a day or two.

    So did Cornell close (cancel classes) at all this year?

  12. @Rick67 - classes delayed that day until 11:15 a.m.

  13. Hurt your back battling the snow, eh? Luckily you didn't encounter polar bears lurking in the snowdrifts - they anger easily and will give you a frostbite.

    At the community college where I teach, we are closed tomorrow until 10 AM. I had planned to give my 8 AM College Algebra class their first exam of the semester. Lucky them!