Barack Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshal Davis, wrote a pornographic novel in which he describes group sex encounters and sex he and his wife had with a 13-year-old girl named Anne. Could that girl “Anne” have been Stanley Ann Dunham?
In 2008, Presidential candidate Barack Obama boasted of hope and change. Progressive liberals were convinced their savior had arrived. With Obama in office, there would be no reason to worry. The “Magic Negro” represented peace of mind in otherwise turbulent times.
Here I was, operating under the assumption that despite his faults, President Barack Obama is the coolest cat ever to strut through the hallowed halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. As it turns out, not only is Obama not cool, but I am a racist for thinking so.
I have always been intrigued by the Battle of Bull Run, the opening battle of the U.S. Civil War, known to Southerners as the War of Northern Aggression. Extreme hubris characterized both sides: the North before the battle and the South afterward.
America is arguably the world’s No. 1 exporter of terrorism. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, between 2004 and 2012 the United States used unmanned drones to strike between 364 and 436 times.
Late last week before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Attorney General Eric Holder stuck to his guns when confronted with a mountain of evidence proving almost everyone in the Department of Justice knew about Operation Fast and Furious.
Believing without doubt the official birth narrative of President Barack Obama — that he was born to Stanley Ann Dunham and Barack Obama Sr. in a hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Aug. 4, 1961 — requires a complete suspension of logic.
Earlier this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin enjoyed some downtime in Beijing. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also made the trip. The neighborhood drunk visited with the neighborhood psycho at the neighborhood bully’s house — what could possibly go wrong?
Two huge battles are under way in Florida that could have a major impact on the Presidential election and the validity of the voting process. These must be closely watched in the coming days. Florida was decided by just 236,000 votes out of more than 8.2 million cast in the 2008 Presidential election.
A former Alabama Congressman walked off the Democrats’ plantation last week, and former President Bill Clinton suggested that Mitt Romney had been a successful governor and his work at Bain shouldn’t be criticized. If the king rat and other notables have set foot on the plank; can the rest of the horde be far behind?