stephaniesharf

I'm an independent conservative who writes informative and funny stuff about current events. I attended Emerson College (Boston), got a B.A. in English from UCLA, then to compound the tragedy obtained a Master's in Library Science. I had a long career as a technical editor and reference librarian before realizing that work sucks! Now I'm happily retired and hoping to make you laugh.
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Jay-Z Spending Money on His Kid?


Too many haters are jumping on Brooklyn Nets owner and music mogul Jay-Z (more familiarly known as “Mr. Beyonce”) for spending $1 million on a nursery at the Barclay’s Center for his daughter Blue Ivy.  Some commenters have even suggested the unthinkable: leaving that precious child home with a nanny who might be willing to … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christie


So, the Republican Party’s own version of Santa was just interviewed as one of the “10 Most Fascinating People of 2012,” though not the most fascinating.  That honor was reserved for the philandering general himself, David Petraeus, who managed to get some strange while operating as the top spook in the U.S. Though he couldn’t … Continue reading

Chavez Drags Venezuela to the Cancer Ward


It’s always difficult to face death alone.  As the saying goes, we’re born alone and go out the same way. Normally a man’s family suffers along with him if he’s battling cancer.  However, as important as a caring family can be to the cancer patient, a monumental ego requires more co-sufferers.  It may even require … Continue reading

Obama Has Many Human Shields


Oh, a storm is threat’ning My very life today If I don’t get some shelter Oh yeah, I’m gonna fade away –“Gimme Shelter” – Rolling Stones During the recent Gaza war, we heard that Hamas was using civilians as human shields.  They fired rockets from apartment blocks where any Israeli retaliation could kill women and … Continue reading

Lindsay Graham Is Dating Egypt


From Meet the Press, 11-18-12: DAVID GREGORY:  Senator, there’s more to get to but I have to leave it there this morning.  I thank you very much. SEN. GRAHAM:  Egypt.  Watch what you do and how you do it.  You’re teetering with the Congress on having your aid cut off if you keep inciting violence … Continue reading

Love and War


“The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war. ” – John Lyly, “Eupheus”, 1578 Why all the kerfuffle about General David Petraeus and his mistress Paula Broadwell?  While this is a tragic take-down of a respected officer, it’s business as usual if you consider that all’s fair in love and war. … Continue reading

Following Orders (Satire)


When you’re a contract CIA employee, you’re expected to follow an order from a higher-up.  No matter who gives the order, whether it’s your CIA station chief, a general, the Secretary of State, the President of the United States, or even someone all the way up the line like Valerie Jarrett. We’re all upset about … Continue reading

Get Off Benghazi, That’s Old News


I wish Fox News would stop making my head hurt with all this Libya stuff.  The Benghazi bungle resulted in four deaths, okay–got it.  We know we’re at war with terrorists and stuff happens.  It’s called collateral damage.  Fox needs to cover something more timely like the epic storm that’s coming. Hurricane Sandy will blow … Continue reading

It’s a Toss-Up


With the election two weeks away, there are still eight toss-up states–or is it seven now?  Is Florida still in play?  What about New Hampshire?  Rasmussen says the battleground states are Virginia, Ohio, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Colorado, and Iowa.  They’re giving Florida and North Carolina to Romney and saying Massachusetts and Washington voters have already … Continue reading

Joe Biden Schools Us: Iranians and Kaboom Technology


It’s almost bedtime, guys.  Finish the game and turn off the computer.  Then I’ll answer your questions about what we saw on TV the other day. When we sat together and watched the debate, Vice President Joe Biden told us all we need to know about Iran.  That’s the country we think is building a … Continue reading

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