ANTIFA – What a mockery they are

How is it that most of the young people in ANTIFA and other such anarchist groups who are protesting and willing to join are  generally NOT from middle class or lower-income families? How is it that they hold in higher regard those who were isolationists, dissatisfied malcontents, impoverished losers, whose biggest heroes were at odds with their own religious backgrounds, and often supported by family money or money from a level of citizenry that they profess to hate? How many of these people are willing to follow the same path as those they say they admire and parrot? Are they … Continue reading

OOPs Another Dem Cringing After Short Term Memory Malfunction-Keep It Up You Guys, LOL

OOPS! Democrat slams Trump over voter request, forgot she posted THIS photo American Liberty PAC July 3, 2017 It’s unfortunate that Democrat candidate Djuna Osborne is running for office in southwest Virginia, because she’s about to hear a lot of “Bless your heart.” As one of only two states with legislative elections in 2017, and with Republicans only one seat away from two-thirds control in the House of Delegates, Democrats statewide are pouring resources into races like Obsorne’s, who is taking on conservative Republican Delegate Chris Head. In fact, when the White House Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity sent … Continue reading

The Face of Islam

Alton Nolen in Oklahoma is the latest face of Islam for now, but only until another comes out to take his place in a similar spurt of evil anti-humanity. It made the three bullets of a gun priceless. What do we know? Well, he had a Facebook where he laid out his profession of evil. It makes me wonder: if Hitler was alive today, what might we see on his Facebook or Twitter feed? Among the graphic artwork he displayed were his rants laced with the religious jargon of a terrorist. Compare it to his past that is reported like … Continue reading

Summer of Scandal

Well, it’s the beginning of summer. It’s always a special time in the changes of the season. Unless you are a climate change cultist. But it is a great season. Some of us have been waiting for months for it, after a winter of discontent. Previously, Biden dubbed it “the summer of recovery’. Then we needed a recovery from the non-recovery. So I thought thought this year should be labeled “the summer of scandals”. Maybe there could be theme barbecues? You know throw another one on the grill, can’t have enough. Declare it scandal-palooza. We’re almost up to a scandal … Continue reading

Weird science and broken borders

Obama goes way out on a limb to declare global warming is real because “science is science”. Well, except when it’s not. But Barry can believe in anything that might benefit his political agenda. Weasel Zippers has the story. “The good news is that the public may get out ahead of some of their politicians,” Obama said, suggesting that as people see the effects of weather disasters like hurricanes and droughts, they might begin to change their minds. “Those start multiplying, then people start thinking, ‘You know what? We’re going to reward politicians who talk to us honestly and seriously … Continue reading

Obama lectured on “diffuse terrorist threats”

To a captive, unenthusiastic audience at West Point. (the address of the decade fell flat) Commentary Obama found his voice on terrorism, after running around on the campaign, in the second half of his first term, talking as if the threat was dwindling or beaten back badly. Now there is no denying terrorism is alive and thriving. In fact, it is about everywhere. So he tries it out at West Point. But while he attempts to convince graduating cadets that they could be “sent on murkier missions, helping endangered nations deal with their own terrorist groups”(NYT), he calls Boko Haram … Continue reading

Obama, the convenience of denial

On Wednesday, Obama traveled to West Point to give his ballyhooed commencement — foreign policy address. That follows his Memorial eve visit to the troops in Afghanistan. Then he did place the wreath on Memorial Day at the tomb of the unknown soldier. But he managed to completely ignore the traditional Armed Forces Day in speech and deed. He did, however, celebrate the international Anti-Homophobe Day. And so did the embassies. Are they starting a new tradition? On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy and … Continue reading

Obama Appreciation Day

Obama did a surprise visit to Afghanistan but it was more like a sketch from SNL, “Live from Afghanistan… It’s Obama”. “We are aware of the sacrifices so many have made,” Obama said after a briefing by Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, the top American commander in Afghanistan. “We’ll probably be announcing some decisions fairly shortly.” He told them this is the best-led military in history. Hmmm, he couldn’t help that one. He’s just full of self-appreciation. And just years ago he was all about questioning the leadership of the military under Bush. But last Saturday on Armed Forces Day, … Continue reading

Obama foreign policy insanity

Many people will remember back in the 80’s those commercials for Crazy Eddie’s electronics stores in the greater NYC area — or maybe not. If not, here’s a reminder. (“Dr Jerry” Carroll was the pitch man, not Eddie.”) “His prices are insaaaane!” “People want hope and dreams, we’ll sell them hope and dreams,” Eddie said. Obama’s foreign policy has no better analogy than that. His policies are insane. The problem is the whole world knows it and is on to him. The deals are “insane”. So everyone wants to make one of those crazy deals that they could not get … Continue reading

Beck ticks off some listeners

But it wouldn’t be the first time for the firebrand. Former Sheriff Mack on Bundy Ranch Standoff: Obama Feds Willing to ‘Shoot at Unarmed Citizens’ April 23, 2014 By Matthew Burke | TPNN Former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack responded sharply (WATCH VIDEO BELOW) and critically to Glenn Beck’s stance on the Bundy Ranch Standoff in Nevada. Sheriff Mack says that that rancher Cliven Bundy is “a good man” who he’s known for a long time and “just wants to be left alone.” Mack says this is something that the federal government doesn’t understand and never will. Sheriff Mack points out … Continue reading

Hack alert: Podesta never disappoints

Podesta forced himself to apologize for a remark he made in a Politico interview, where he compared the GOP to the Jonestown cult. “Podesta apologized to Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio), writing on Twitter, “my snark got in front of my judgment.” “They need to focus on executive action given that they are facing a second term against a cult worthy of Jonestown in charge of one of the houses of Congress,” said Podesta of what Obama’s White House team faces. — USA Today In an old interview, my snark got in front of my judgment. I apologize to Speaker … Continue reading

Obamaspeak: low enrollment equals demand

“Yesterday, the White House announced that in the first month, more than a hundred thousand Americans successfully enrolled in new insurance plans. Is that as high a number as we’d like? Absolutely not. But it does mean that people want affordable health care.” – Obama declared. Funny what government threats and force can do. Only in Obama’s mind could low numbers reflect high demand. It really proves the element of government force, which is the whole purpose of the law. This is the guy who began his campaign pretending to oppose a government mandate of force, to going full circle … Continue reading

Truth gushes out depite liberal dams

Thousands get health insurance cancellation notices Anna Gorman and Julie Appleby Kaiser Health News Oct. 18, 2013 at 2:55 PM ET | NBC News Health plans are sending hundreds of thousands of cancellation letters to people who buy their own coverage, frustrating some consumers who want to keep what they have and forcing others to buy more costly policies. The main reason insurers offer is that the policies fall short of what the Affordable Care Act requires starting Jan. 1. Most are ending policies sold after the law passed in March 2010. At least a few are canceling plans sold … Continue reading

Benghazi drips on: what they knew and when they knew it

Here we have the ever-artful Jay Carney doing his worst snake oil sales pitch. For a guy who had no answers for James Rosen, he sure manages to mention every other thing and person possible except directly addressing Benghazi. “Was there adequate security at the diplomatic facility in Benghazi to protect the Americans there, the answer is no”, Carney stated as a matter of fact. We know. But about the preparations and admissions… Nada. The failures live on and on. Note what he did: Carney invoked the predecessor, Bush administration ,3 times. He invoked procedure, handled by the military, even … Continue reading

Here they come riding to the attack

Left demands: Charge Ted Cruz with sedition By BYRON YORK | OCTOBER 18, 2013 | Washington Examiner I appeared on NPR on Wednesday and was surprised to hear a caller say that Sen. Ted Cruz should be charged with sedition. “I’m really baffled by the fact that the discussion has not ever reached the point where charges of sedition should be brought up against him for conspiring and bullying others to work with him to undermine the American economy … full faith and credit,” the caller said. “He’s done so much damage to the standing of the United States in … Continue reading

Disturbing Statements

A couple of statements are bugging me from the latest news loop. Artful Carney pledges, they are working to “improve the consumer experience.” And, Obama lectures about “changing the way business is done in Washington”. Now that first slaps me in the face – “consumer”. Obama’s been hypocritically saying the second but ObamaCare puts it in different light. That’s like another kick in the groin. “Consumer experience” in the context of government is a scary thought. We are in an absurd reality. I wonder if his changing the way “business is done” in Washington includes the scandal in the IRS? “What’s yours?” … Continue reading