Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has done one thing after another to make Americans question his stability. But threatening the Bundys in the wake of the biggest Federal public relations face-plant since at least Ruby Ridge, if not Waco itself, crossed the proverbial bridge too far.
As I watched President Barack Obama interrupt his busy schedule of crimes, misdemeanors and fundraising to address the racist hate group National Action Network’s annual convention, I wondered: Why would Obama bother risking his dwindling popularity by consorting with such debris?
Although the media love President Barack Obama, he can test the limits of their adoration. And when he does, it falls to White House press secretary Jay Carney to grimace, adjust his ironic hipster glasses and try to soothe the media’s delicate feelings.
I pride myself on my tolerance. I tolerate it when I’m stuck in line at the grocery store behind the guy who’s paying for his malt liquor with pocket change. I tolerate it when my dogs decide to wake me up early on Sunday morning. In fact, I’m so tolerant that I even tolerate the existence of ideas other than mine.
Much like the incompetent, but overconfident, villain in “The Princess Bride,” the Democrats have been caught lying more often than Bill Clinton at a plus-size models’ convention. Yet they continued on their mission to take control of Americans’ personal healthcare decisions.
California State Senator Leland Yee’s name disappeared behind the veil of breathless media coverage of Gwyneth Paltrow’s divorce and the usual Democrat-scripted attempts to excuse the latest fraud to fall out of Obamacare.
Although Obamacare has been repeatedly and comprehensively exposed as the biggest fraud in human history, the Democrats’ lust for power has led them to not only deny that President Barack Obama’s lies matter, but that his lies supersede the Bill of Rights.
Savannah, Ga., hosted a gun show over the weekend. By liberal logic, even a small gun show should produce mass casualties and mayhem galore. Yet the gun show came and went without incident.
College Professor Mireille Miller-Young abhors the concept of a free society, and she’s prepared to physically assault anyone who gets too close to “Queer Theory and Pornography” without accepting her dystopian vision.
According to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Obamacare “horror stories” are all “untrue.” But here are two tragic stories out of millions the lapdog media won’t tell about a fraud the Democrats deny and about which the President lies.
Just because one of the most powerful and visible members of their party hierarchy, a passel of pro-abortion protesters and a healthy helping of their conventioneers are blaspheming lunatics doesn’t mean all Democrats are blaspheming lunatics, does it?
Inspired, perhaps, by President Barack Obama’s State of the Union declaration that they’re as important to governing as a motorcycle is to a fish, the U.S. Senate took some action of their own this week.
While the world reacted with shock and dismay at Vladimir Putin’s bold sack of Ukraine, President Barack Obama hit the links. But first he decreed yet another delay in the implementation of what he supposedly considers his crowning achievement: Obamacare.
Far from the firestorm enveloping the suddenly Russian-controlled Crimea, the Chinese foreign ministry signaled the Chicoms’ acceptance of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian blitzkrieg.
An appeals court determined last week that schools have a vested interest in ensuring the safest environment possible and can move to quash danger by forbidding students from hyping that internationally despised symbol of intolerance and hate: the American flag.
By the time you read this, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer may well have vetoed SB 1062, the “protecting religious liberty” act. And she bloody well should have. Presuming she hasn’t done so already, here are five reasons why she should.