Former President Jimmy Carter has done and said a lot of stupid things over the past 40 years. But the muddle-headed octogenarian may have reached a new low. He agreed to be the featured speaker at an organization that has raised millions of dollars for Hamas, the terrorist organization that controls the Gaza Strip.
It’s beginning to sound as though President Obama won’t have much trouble getting Congress to agree to expanding our military efforts in the Middle East, doesn’t it? The president has promised that there will be no more U.S. “boots on the ground.” But, of course, that can change.
Thanks to the alternative media in this country, it’s almost impossible to suppress the “other side” of a story for long. And the more facts that came out about the shooting of Michael Brown, the harder it became for the racist agitators to succeed with their bigoted, one-sided portrayals.
Is it possible that what we’re seeing in Ferguson, and in hundreds of other small towns and cities across the country, is a deliberate plan to transform local police departments into well-armed agencies of the central government?
Even those of us who are used to seeing politics get pretty tough and dirty are startled by what just happened in Texas. Last Friday, Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a grand jury on two accounts of abusing his office. If convicted, he could face more than 100 years in jail.
Hillary Clinton has a problem. How does she escape blame for the tragedies that are now engulfing the Mideast when, as Secretary of State for four years, she was responsible for many of the policies that have produced this mess?
The rumor mills are flying with speculation that before summer is over, Barack Obama will announce one of his most audacious and most cynical moves yet. According to the latest speculation, the President will issue an executive order granting amnesty to as many as 5 million illegal aliens.
Despite CIA Director John Brennan’s assurances to the contrary, it turns out that some members of the CIA did hack into computers of the Senate Intelligence Committee. When the charges were first aired, Brennan dismissed them as “spurious allegations that are totally unsupported by facts.”
Suddenly, every prominent Democratic leader is warning that if Republicans aren’t defeated this November, they will try to impeach President Barack Obama. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, warned a meeting of the National Urban League last week, “That’s what Republicans have told us … they’ll do.”
Wouldn’t you know it? Barack Obama and his cohorts have found yet another way to blame those greedy, bloodsucking profit-seekers (otherwise known as American businesses) for tarnishing the American dream.
What on Earth is so wrong with the mainstream media in the United States that it can somehow find “equivalency” between the terroristic assaults Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip have ordered against Israel and what that beleaguered country is doing to defend itself?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the United States gained 288,000 jobs in June. A closer look at the numbers proves that instead of the economy getting better, it is a disaster for people who lack a job and want one.
Mercury One, the charitable organization founded by conservative commentator Glenn Beck, is taking truckloads of food and water to McAllen, Texas, where many illegal aliens have been housed. The charitable mission will provide hot meals for 3,000 people, along with some recreational items.
There are many words that could be used to describe the crisis on our southern border, as thousands of unaccompanied children stream into this country. But two I’ve been waiting for someone to say are “child abuse.”
The House of Representatives doesn’t need a decision by the Supreme Court, or a vote in the U.S. Senate, to bring a halt to Barack Obama’s usurpation of power. It can do it by simply refusing to pay for it. It’s just this simple: If the House won’t authorize it, the President can’t spend it.
Judging by the hysterical reaction on the left, you would think that the Supreme Court had just taken away women’s right to vote. Instead, all the justices said in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby was that owners of closely held corporations couldn’t be forced to pay for abortion-inducing drugs.
The Republican primary in Mississippi Tuesday proved how far the establishment will go to keep Tea Party conservatives from gaining victory. In this case, when it couldn’t get enough Republicans to vote for its guy, it appealed to liberal Democrats for help.
The Texas Department of Public Safety reports that in only one week, from May 28 to June 4, in just the Rio Grande Valley, the Border Patrol caught more than 8,300 illegal aliens who had made it across the border. This is an invasion, pure and simple.
How much effort should members of the liberty movement devote to the impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama? I’m going to argue not a minute and not a penny.
The prisoner swap Barack Obama just arranged has put every member of our armed forces at even greater risk. And by emboldening the terrorists who believe they are waging a holy war against us, it’s increased the danger that every citizen of this country could become the victim of a terrorist attack.
There are still some important primaries to come. And the chances look good for conservatives in several of them. But for right now, the Republican establishment is gloating about the many victories its candidates have enjoyed over its Tea Party challengers so far this primary season.
Yet another whistleblower has come forward to accuse yet another Veteran’s Affairs hospital of keeping secret waiting lists to hide the delays for veterans needing medical treatment.
The forces of intolerance on the left have taken several more scalps in the past few days. And boy, are they gloating about it. And the more scalps they collect, the more brazen they will become. If you think their demands are outrageous now, just wait.