Opinions in the Shorts: Vol. 94

On a New Header
Sticking with my fascination with images from telescopes as Hubble, this one is of Supernova Remnant N63A. Tour my past headers on the Past Headers page.

On the Bin Laden News

  • Well done by the military and the White House team
  • Keep the photos private
  • I am one who found the spontaneous demonstrations troubling
  • Nothing wrong with the code name Geronimo
  • This did not clinch the president’s re-election
  • The current legal-illegal conversation is politically driven
  • The politicizing of the event is pathetic
  • I’m waiting on Al-Zawahiri to proclaim Osama bin Laden is alive

On Political Shorts
Here’s an interesting read about the second grade class that President Bush was in at the time of the 9-11 attacks.

As Donald Trump continues to demonstrate reasons why he should not occupy the White House, the National Review provides this interesting column. Meanwhile, cheers that he no longer will be in the Indy 500 pace car.

After hearing his mantra repeated time and time again, Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) as yet to lead any job legislation. Therefore, I ask, “Mr. Boehner. Where are the jobs?”

Last November, Ohio voters elected a new governor and passed a casino issue. Today, my Governor, John Kasich (R-OH), is attempting to change the vote-approved tax issue.

Here’s an interesting set of 20 questions from the Pew Research Center to see where you fit into the political spectrum. Good news for me is that it confirmed my standing.

On Short Shorts
Hats off to Claude Stanley Choules – the last surviving veteran of WW I, who died this week at age 110.

Chaplain Mike provides this interesting look at being Christian.

I’m not a fan of Yahoo! Sports, but this article about an All-American with a higher calling is worth reading.

Columnist Bill Tammeus provides this resource about fixing religious ingnorance.

I celebrated Cinco de Mayo with lunch at Chipotle.

It’s Kentucky Derby weekend, and I have to pull for Uncle Mo. Then again, being a Bullwinkle fan, I appreciate the Kerwood Derby.

Prodigies exist. This young lady was nine in 2007 (the time of the video below). She’s still painting, so I invite you to visit her gallery and blog. Have a good weekend!