Humor

From the Hart: Football’s back; the South rises again

From the Hart: Football’s back; the South rises again

From the Hart, Humor, Sports September 15, 2015 at 5:13 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart It was a great weekend. College football is back! I spent ten hours in my recliner watching SEC football teams play and eating anything I could dip into something else. I didn’t get a lick of exercise. After watching both political parties beat each other up, itRead More

From the Hart: Biden his time

From the Hart: Biden his time

From the Hart, Humor September 10, 2015 at 1:08 am 0 comments

By Ron Hart The field of Democratic presidential candidates is in disarray. How bad is it? It’s so bad that the encouraged and anticipated entry of Joe Biden couldn’t make it any worse. Biden has been a perpetual punch line for the last seven years. He was put into hisRead More

From the Hart: Trump: 99 problems and rich ain’t one

From the Hart: Trump: 99 problems and rich ain’t one

From the Hart, Humor, Politics September 1, 2015 at 5:51 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart It has been a remarkable month. Donald Trump (“Citizen Vain”) has taken the country by storm. Disgusted with both Democrats and Republicans, voters have found their bombastic, iconoclast mouthpiece. Other Republican presidential hopefuls have gone from condemning him to paraphrasing him. He is controlling the tone, tenorRead More

From the Hart: Hillary and her CAD: Control/Alt/Delete

From the Hart: Hillary and her CAD: Control/Alt/Delete

From the Hart, Humor August 25, 2015 at 8:43 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart After first refusing to, Hillary Clinton announced that she “turned over” her illegal private server to the FBI last week. Knowing the FBI would be coming for it, she deleted more than 30,000 emails (a crime) on her illegal, government business, home server.  In saying that “sheRead More

From the Hart: Cecil the Lion: pride and prejudice

From the Hart: Cecil the Lion: pride and prejudice

From the Hart, Humor August 16, 2015 at 2:15 am 0 comments

By Ron Hart Full disclosure: I don’t hunt much. It’s not my thing. But I have friends who hunt birds. I understand, at some level, why they like it. Doves and ducks just seem to be asking for it. My friends call it a sport. It’s not a sport. ARead More

From the Hart: Trump torpedoes Republicans

From the Hart: Trump torpedoes Republicans

From the Hart, Humor, Politics July 28, 2015 at 8:06 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart Donald Trump, a heroic man who dodged serving in the Vietnam War on five deferments attributed to “bone spurs,” questioned Sen. John McCain’s war hero status. The two men then had a battle of egos, publicly calling each other names. It is sad. Usually white male RepublicansRead More

From the Hart: Greece: Obama’s trajectory for the United States (A Euro living dangerously)

From the Hart: Greece: Obama’s trajectory for the United States (A Euro living dangerously)

From the Hart, Humor July 16, 2015 at 1:49 am 0 comments

By Ron Hart Like our country, Greeks have long slid down the slippery slope of socialism. They are now gambling their country’s future like Jimmy the Greek. It’s a consequential moment for the Eurozone. Now we see what happens when a country runs out of other people’s money. Leftist PrimeRead More

From the Hart: Trump raises the entertainment bar of presidential race

From the Hart: Trump raises the entertainment bar of presidential race

From the Hart, Humor July 10, 2015 at 1:43 am 0 comments

By Ron Hart You have to hand it to Trump. He started out broke and, by pure determination and grit, built a big real estate business in New York that made his family a fortune. But enough about Frederick Trump. Let’s discuss the presidential aspirations of his son, “The Donald.”Read More

From the Hart: Justice Antonin Scalia: a man in full

From the Hart: Justice Antonin Scalia: a man in full

From the Hart, Humor July 3, 2015 at 2:26 am 0 comments

By Ron Hart A board I serve on in Washington, D.C. was fortunate to meet with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia last week. Scalia is a famous jurist, admired by many for his intellect and convictions and despised by liberals for his steadfast willingness to act on them. Antonin Scalia,Read More

Jim’s recipe of the month: tuna fish pie

Jim’s recipe of the month: tuna fish pie

Humor June 12, 2015 at 1:35 am 0 comments

By Jim the Chef (honorary degree) I am often asked where I receive the inspiration for my recipes. My usual answer is, “I don’t know, they just come to me. Sometimes in a dream, sometimes at the end of a six pack.” Great artist, like me, just have our motivations.Read More