Well… its that time of year again. Finals week. The most annoying and stressful week that comes but twice a year. Unfortunately, this means my blogging time has, and will continue, to take a hit until this horrible experience ends. Sorry… but don’t worry, I’ll be back to full capacity (and beyond) shortly (and be looking for a BIG surprise announcement soon).
Hello faithful readers, Unfortunately Thanksgiving break is over and its back to class. Fortunately that means I’m back with my friends and I’m back to blogging regularly. So stick around and I will bring you the best and most interesting stories before the big blogs get a whiff of them and I might even toss in a dash of my conservative commentary. Also, feel free to share your Thanksgiving stories. God Bless, The College Politico
Hey faithful readers. I’m sorry but I’m going through an extremely hard time right now and I simply don’t feel much like blogging. Hopefully I will be back soon. I just can’t handle stuff right now. Sorry. -CP P.s. If you have any advice please feel free to share it. Thank you.
After cheering my teams for literally my entire life I am finally happy to announce that a major sports championship has been returned to Philadelphia!!!!! PHILLIES WIN THE WORLD SERIES!!!! Cole Hamels is named World Series MVP!! httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGuO-Ai-sJk Now the only question left is… should I skip classes to go to the parade?
I’m gonna be away from internet access this weekend so The College Politico won’t be getting any updates until Sunday at the earliest. If you’re looking for more on the Ashly Todd story I suggest Hot Air or Michelle Malkin. And if you’re looking for other political news I suggest you check out my blog roll over to the right. Thats where I get a lot of my news from so its a good place to start. Anyway, have a good weekend and don’t forget to stop back Sunday night. -CP
I just wanted to take a quick second and say Happy Birthday to Michelle Malkin. As many of you who read The College Politico regularly know Michelle Malkin is a major source of news and perspective for me. I find her opinions and principles to be some of the most enlightening and consistant in the conservative movement. Not only that but I find her to be one of the foremost leaders of that movement. Plus Michelle is doing almost exactly what I hope to do in my career, producing insightful, vivid, and clever commentary that cuts to the heart of
I mean they keep calling us all racists… So why does anybody vote for them? Especially in the case of Rendell and Murtha. Do Pa dems and independents think they’re racists? Do they like being labeled as such? Personally when people, especially people who have never met me, call me racist simply because I did or didn’t vote a certain way it pisses me off. So why doesn’t it piss anybody else in this state off? UPDATE: Murtha ducks and covers… UPDATE: Murtha is back, he’s calling us all rednecks now UPDATE: People of the 12th district of Pennsylvania, you
I feel like I have to link to this story by Michelle Malkin (here’s the syndicated article) because the media has been pissing me off more than usual lately with their stories on how out-of-control, insane, crazy, hateful, bloodthirsty, evil, maniacal, vindictive, racist, nasty, vulgar, beast-like, and mob-like the crowds at McCain-Palin rallies have been. Michelle’s piece is pretty comprehensive but its pretty impossible to catalog all of the insane acts liberals have been driven to by their own derangement. So I’ve decided to add two to the list really quickly. First, there’s always the story of the nut-job Bush