Live Election Results …

The folks over at The Tennessean have made code available whereby any blog or site can have updated election results at their site. H/T to Silence Isn’t Golden. Here’s the info in our election today!

Double Troubled by Double Standards …

Hat tip to Karl at Leaning Straight Up for posting that just before the opening weekend of NFL football across the US, two more of its stars are in some hot water. Matt Hasselbeck and Mack Strong of the Seattle Seahawks are being excoriated by many in the Northwest for their actions. Some Seattle fans, [...]

Opening Day – Titan’s Football …

It’s Opening Day! As of Noon, we’ll still be undefeated and looking to stay that way. Many folks are saying the Jaguars will win. I don’t see it. But then, I never do and sometimes I’m wrong. Still and all, Vince and the boys have had an excellent pre-season and are looking to carry the [...]

Embracing the Suck – Week 2 …

Well, The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (BWBB) lives! He has managed to find time in the last week in the midst of running around looking for his missing hair, enjoying the Army chow (no sarcasm here – he says it’s pretty good), endless hours of physical training (the dreaded PT) and various other components of [...]

A Few Thoughts on Taxes …

Thanks to Al for sending this in an email. Since it did arrive in that fashion and I’m not going to take the time to verify the factuality of each premise and assertion, you’ll need to decide for yourself what size grain of what to take this with. That having been said, however, the point [...]

Another Hat in the Ring …

This morning on WWTN’s The Michael DelGiorno Show, Gerard Donovan, a local businessman, announced he was challenging Jim Cooper for the 5th District’s seat in the US House of Representatives. Applauding Cooper’s public service, Donovan nevertheless observed Cooper was a professional politician, out of touch with the everyday working families in Middle Tennessee. Pointing to [...]

Run, Fred, Run …

At long last, Fred Thompson has announced his candidacy for the Presidency of the United States of America. Many have criticized him for waiting until now to do so; many have suggested he should have been involved in more debates so the American people could find out what he believes; many more are despairing as [...]

Them’s Fightin’ Words …

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Comments at BCM and You …

The community we are building here and discussions we are having are really because of you, the readers here at BCM and those who read by the various feed readers out there. I am deeply appreciative of the hundreds of you that come by each week to read what I have to say and, in [...]

Obvious Opportunity Overlooked …

I like Michael DelGiorno’s radio show. I listen regularly and call in occasionally. I’ve appreciated him opening his mic and phone lines to Nashvillians to explore the issues and get to know the candidates in Nashville’s mayoral election. I’ve found him to be forthright and evenhanded while maintaining his personal values and views. Which is [...]