Outside the Asylum
After Tuesday’s Congressional primary in Virginia’s 7th District, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, heir apparent to Speaker John Boehner’s Republican House throne, is available for speaking engagements, corporate events and children’s birthday parties.
Seventy years after D-Day, men like Jim “Peewee” Martin and Bernard Jordan are still better examples of the free world’s best than Bowe Bergdahl will or could be. In a world in which the word “hero” has been diluted more than the liquor at a tourist bar, Martin and Jordan are the top-shelf stuff.
As far as I’m concerned, Senator Harry Reid’s opinion of my spending habits means as much to me as my opinion of his pathological mendacity, bid-rigging and nepotism means to him. And that’s as it should be.
President Barack Obama has once again snatched embarrassment from the jaws of pride. His decision to illegally trade five Taliban for one alleged deserter is an epic failure of leadership.
Whenever a tragedy like the one which claimed the lives of seven people in and around the campus of the Santa Barbara City College sets national headlines ablaze, both the headline writers and the headline readers engage in America’s real favorite pastime: finding someone and/or something to blame.
I found myself in a bit of a pickle last Tuesday. While preparing to cast my ballot in the Georgia primary elections, I realized that one of the municipal races — which are nonpartisan by statute — featured nary a candidate whom I considered worthy of my electoral support.
With the 249th pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the St. Louis Rams selected defensive end Michael Sam of the University of Missouri. Sam was the star of draft day not because he’s a great athlete, but because he’s gay.
The global warmists intend to fundamentally alter human society at the behest of a man who actually thinks he alone has a special insight into the inner workings of the universe. The People’s Temple worked the same way. Don’t drink the Kool-Aid.
I seriously doubt that Vanity Fair magazine gave the cover of its most recent edition to Monica Lewinsky in an effort — as some suggested — to damage the Presidential candidacy of soon-to-be-crowned 2016 Democratic standard-bearer Hillary Clinton.
Following repeated, albeit poorly attended, protests by a fringe bunch of undereducated but over-radicalized kids, Condoleezza Rice withdrew from giving this past weekend’s commencement speech to Rutgers University’s Class of 2014.