Browsing All posts tagged under »politics«

Kevin McCarthy Steps Down

October 9, 2015


Kevin McCarthy, poised to succeed John Boehner as the next Speaker of the House, has just thrown the Republican Party into a tizzy by removing his name from consideration. The announcement followed McCarthy’s appearance on Fox News, in which he told Sean Hannity that, in effect, the creation of the (taxpayer funded) Benghazi committee was […]

A Short Phone Conversation Between Donald Trump and Sarah Palin

August 9, 2015


T: (answering phone)Trump here. You’re hired. You’re fired. You’re fucked, unless you’re me. P: Donald? T: Yeah, so what? Tell me something I didn’t know. P: This is Sarah, Sarah Palin? T: Hey Sarah, how’re they hangin’? P: I’m calling you because I read that you are sliding in the polls. T: Hey, the polls […]

Why Donald Trump is a True American

August 3, 2015


If you are a Trump Hater, you know who you are. And you are probably perplexed as to why anyone would want Trump to be the President of the United States of America.  The fact is that many gazillions of good citizens of the US of A are Trump supporters. And Life in the Boomer Lane knows exactly […]

An Invitation to DO SOMETHING about the Environment

May 29, 2015


In a world that sometimes feels like it’s going to hell in a handbasket (and the handles of the hand-basket are ratty and chafing), Life in the Boomer Lane invites you to step back and ask the following: “What kind of world to we want for our grandchildren?”  LBL’s own answer is “One that is better, in many […]

Joy to the World

April 22, 2015


In an effort to distract herself from the current Mediterranean migrant crisis, as well as the current assemblage of US warships off off the coast of Yemen, Life in the Boomer Lane took a quick peek at various periodicals, in order to find something that would lift her mood. National Geographic informed her that warming […]

An Interview With Governor Rick Scott of Florida

April 2, 2015


      Although Life in the Boomer Lane might appear to be someone whose thoughts run no deeper than whatever will cause readers to spew coffee, she is, in fact, fairly appalled at the state of the planet. She is especially appalled by some of our elected officials and by those who wield enormous […]

An Open Letter to Elizabeth Lauten

December 1, 2014


Dear Elizabeth, I’ve just read your Facebook letter to Sasha and Malia Obama, followed by your apology.  First off, I am impressed that the Communications Director for a Congressman would take time out from her busy and important schedule to address herself to the sartorial appearance of the Nation’s First Daughters. I immediately checked your […]


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