The week that was

“Give me golf clubs, fresh air and a beautiful partner, and you can keep the clubs and the fresh air.”
– Jack Benny

Four Democratic lawmakers were arrested and/or raided by the FBI this week. Even for Democrats, this is something. The best was Sen. Leland Yee, a notorious gun-control proponent. He had been allegedly running a gangster-style arms-trafficking ring on the side. No wonder he wanted control of all the guns.

Obama met Pope Francis for the first time Thursday. Their meeting comes a few days after the Holy Pontiff told mafia leaders sternly that if they don’t amend their evil ways, they will go to hell. I’d love to hear where the Pope told Obama he’d go.

Hobby Lobby’s case to opt-out of Obamacare’s mandate on contraceptive coverage has been gaining steam. The Administration recently announced the law’s 38th delay, so Hobby Lobby’s prayers may be coming true.

A federal appeals court in Texas voted to uphold parts of a law pertaining to abortion which were challenged by Planned Parenthood. But we already knew Texas is the best.

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow announced she and her husband are “consciously uncoupling.” Also known as divorcing. I suspect it’s because she’s already divorced from reality.