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Kennedy Seizure Blamed On Tumor

By D. E. Carson, published on May 21, 2008

I remember it all too well. Launching my version of Firefox and hearing that Charleton Hesston had died from complications related to Alzheimer's. It wasn't 24 hours before the ultra-left, tree-hugging, bong-smoking, Birkenstock-wearing, America-loathing liberal loonies began posting comments to Daily Kos and Huffington Post like: "Thank God he's dead" and "finally!". Needless to say it was a show of hatred not seen since George W. Bush was elected president in 2000.

I almost did the same thing myself today.

I actually wandered over to the Huffington Post and sought their post... (more)


Holy Sweet Werewolves Of Alabama, Batman!

By D. E. Carson, published on May 19, 2008

I had to make a run to the local Wal-Mart tonight for some extras that we didn’t have and coming home I was shuffling through the presets on my car radio and heard the opening piano lick from Werewolves of London. I turned my radio up to enjoy the sweet sounds of the late Warren Zevon and was blindsided by the worst piece of audio garbage to come down the pike since [c]rap/hip-hop. The voice of some God-awful, pimple-faced, douche bag whose father owns a recording studio began a verbal assault on my ears desecrating one of my favorite classic rock songs.

Then as... (more)

Tags: hip-hop, batman, music

It's Not The Will Of The People

By D. E. Carson, published on May 17, 2008

In a dissenting opinion, Justice Marvin Baxter of the California State Supreme Court wrote that the Court overstepped its bounds by even hearing arguments and ruling on the case concerning the law banning same-gender marriage in California. “Changes to marriage laws should be decided by the voters,” Baxter said.

But his opinion falls on immoral ears.

The morality of America is that the people – ALL of the people – are allowed to vote as to how the nation is to be governed. Today’s decision by the California Supreme Court to overturn... (more)

Tags: california

Just Might Be Obama Vs. Mc Cain

By D. E. Carson, published on May 10, 2008

The fat lady is gearing up for her aria.

It took me almost a whole week to find the subject for my 100th article for BrooWaHa, but after this week’s shakeup in the Democratic Party, I knew I had to address the stubbornness of Hillary Clinton.

Calls from all over the Democratic Party are coming in for Hillary to cut her losses and bow out of the race. After this week’s Indiana and North Carolina primaries Barack is picking up so-called “Super Delegates” including former 1972 Democratic Presidential Candidate George McGovern who originally... (more)

Tags: new york, broowaha, obama

Why Must America Win?

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2008

Many of you, my readers, think you know me. You have prejudged me in your mind that I am some sort of radical right-wing neo-con. Your assessment could not be further from the truth. I am a proud American who demands that the United States wake up from its complacent arrogance and realize what we are up against. I am not reprinting this out of passion as I have read and researched much – long before this letter came to me. This letter is lengthy and will take time to read, but read it you must if you wish to understand who I really am. I, too, was a bleeding heart liberal in my younger years.... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, france, religion, terrorism, police, iran, education, sex, bill clinton, china, germany, russia

The Check Is In The Mail

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 29, 2008

Okay, a bad take off of the Cops theme. But I really don’t care because I hate that show. It’s stupid, moronic and another in a long list of signs America is moving toward a Communist State. But that’s a gripe for another column.

This time, I’m calling on everyone who gets their tax rebate check to actually do something good with your money. Give it to me!

Just kidding.

Here’s the thing. How are these measly little peanut papers going to help stimulate the economy? After all, if you spend it at Wal-Mart, most likely it will... (more)

Tags: terrorism, education, china, japan, reno, mexico

New York Acquittal An Indictment On Racism In America

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 26, 2008

By now you have probably heard that the three police officers on trial for the shooting death of Sean Bell in November 2006 were acquitted. A quick recap of the story: Bell was patronizing a sleazy strip club in Queens, NY on the night before he was to be married. He was at the club with two friends celebrating a bachelor party. In the early morning hours, Bell and his friends left the club, they were approached by undercover police officers and following a hail of gunfire, Bell was dead and his two friends were wounded.

It took barely more than 10 minutes for Queens... (more)

Tags: new york, police, shooting, obama

The New List Of The Top 500

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 22, 2008

Fortune magazine has come out with its latest list of the top 500 companies and for some reason or another, BrooWaha was not on the list. Perhaps the editors at Fortune have not yet managed to comprehend the social impact of such a varied news organization as BrooWaHa. Our crack team of investigative reporters stands ready and willing to mash the keys of their computers churning out exposés that rival the fair and balanced news reporting of such established news media as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The San Francisco... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, atlanta, disney, al gore, broowaha

And The Winner Is...

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 21, 2008

It might be more of a whimper.

This morning in his Radio Factor, Bill O’Reilly asked his listeners to call in and explain to him who was going to win Pennsylvania tomorrow and why. That was the important catch. The caller had to specify why he or she felt that way. I never heard anyone call in to take on his challenge. Most people just believe what the polls say. But if you rely on polls, you will find yourself fighting in the Supreme Court over hanging chads in Florida. Being as that I was at work, calling in to Mr. O’Reilly was not an option (although I... (more)

Tags: obama

Keep Your Pants On - Literally!

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 21, 2008

Someone once told me that these punks that wander around with their pants around their hips and not up on their waist are ignorant of what that really means. I have no idea if it is true or not, but the reason for having your pants drooping around your hips is because you’re asking your prison cell mate to drive his one-eyed monster up your Hershey Highway. The point being that it is used by prisoners as a means of saying, “Please don’t kill me, I’ll be your bee-yotch if you’ll let me live!”

Regardless of whether that’s what it... (more)

Tags: hollywood, music

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