Posts Categorized: Politics

President Obama Pardons Turkey for Shooting Down Russian Fighter Jet

President Obama Pardons Turkey for Shooting Down Russian Fighter Jet

By 3 Comments 790 views

Oh, wait….wrong Turkey. Nothing quite like seeing a lame duck president pardoning the national turkey (can you tell which one’s which?). Actually, I think our comedian-in-chief is pretty good in this role. Nor did I mind his jab at GOP presidential candidates (I think some of them are turkeys). It was done in lighthearted jest…. Read more »


How Soon Until Alice’s Restaurant is Deemed Hate Speech?

By 25 Comments 1,441 views

From this post’s title you’re probably guessing that I’m about to write about the latest tirade from leftist crybullies. While thankfully this has not happened yet, it almost feels inevitable. Ace gives a roundup of the latest round of outrages from just yesterday: Man Caves are sexist.1 Practicing yoga is racist Schlockumentaries on mythical campus… Read more »

Obama's pattern of shaping intelligence to fit his narrative

Obama’s pattern of shaping intelligence to fit his narrative

By 17 Comments 980 views

  The Pentagon Inspector General has disclosed that emails were sent from Centcom to defense analysts to “toe the line” on ISIS. Analysts at U.S. Central Command were pressured to ease off negative assessments about the Islamic State threat and were even told in an email to “cut it out,” Fox News has learned – as… Read more »

Obamacare is dying. Let it die.

Obamacare is dying. Let it die.

By 30 Comments 1,600 views

  It’s no secret that Obamacare is in trouble. Nearly half a billion dollars in federal money has been spent developing four state Obamacare exchanges that are now in shambles — and the final price tag for salvaging them may go sharply higher. Each of the states — Massachusetts, Oregon, Nevada and Maryland — embraced… Read more »

The Clinton Crime Continuum

The Clinton Crime Continuum

By 2 Comments 1,318 views

  Ah, it’s good to be a Clinton. They have leveraged their political positions to raise $3 billion over the last 40 years: LITTLE ROCK — Over four decades of public life, Bill and Hillary Clinton have built an unrivaled global network of donors while pioneering fundraising techniques that have transformed modern politics and paved… Read more »


Grateful for the Restraint of the… Missouri Nazis?

By 6 Comments 1,068 views

Lost in all of the last week’s stories was one small piece of the University of Missouri story. Apparently someone had painted a swastika on a wall out of… poop. As one would imagine this was added to the list of grievances of creating a racially hostile environment. Since the excrement artist has not taken… Read more »

Barack Obama's megalomaniacal denial is placing the US in jeopardy

Barack Obama’s megalomaniacal denial is placing the US in jeopardy

By 33 Comments 1,738 views

  What does it take? When does the American left catch on? Barack Obama thinks he knows everything about everything. Just ask him. He’s never wrong. He cannot admit to being wrong. Anything that goes badly is someone else’s fault. (“I didn’t set the red line”, “I got bad intel.”) Wrong he has been and… Read more »


The Week Where Democrats Permanently Lost One of their Favorite Arguments

By 8 Comments 1,880 views

As anybody knows, every Republican who achieves national recognition gets branded by the Radical Left with at least one of three labels: stupid, old, or evil. After Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the Democrats have permanently forfeited one of these labels, given how four of the most prominent figures have reacted to the attacks: First,… Read more »

ISIS's most powerful recruitment tool is Barack Obama

ISIS’s most powerful recruitment tool is Barack Obama

By 14 Comments 1,142 views

  He’s lying. Obama is lying. He’s lying about everything. Obama says he can’t think of a more powerful recruiting tool for ISIS than worrying about American security: “I cannot think of a more potent recruitment tool for ISIL than some of the rhetoric that’s coming out of here during the course of this debate.”… Read more »

The Refugee Crisis- Compassion vs. Caution

The Refugee Crisis- Compassion vs. Caution

By 39 Comments 1,076 views

Amidst GOP presidential candidates (I believe with the exception of Jeb) and a number of governors appearing to be xenophobic and Islamophobic, the comedian-in-chief took their position as an opportunity to ridicule and belittle: Manila, Philippines (CNN)President Barack Obama sharply criticized Republicans Wednesday for suggesting that Syrian refugees coming to the United States posed a… Read more »