Yeah. A post where I don’t have to say a word. Just watch this short clip.
I found the story not by being informed via the ever so trusty mainstream media, but via Twitter. One of the conservatives I follow on Twitter tweeted it out. Then another, then another. Only conservatives tweeted it out. A link to The Telegraph was included. I set out to read more about it. Being parked […]
Total confusion! The upcoming “Earth Day” (barf) promises lots of pure, natural, “organic,” un-man-made, Earthy stuff to do. If, that is, as a normal person, you can ignore the left-wing aura that envelopes the obviously politically tainted “Earth Day.” For example, you could do like the Muslims do when they embark on their sacred pilgrimage, […]
I’m thinking this is going to be an ongoing thing, so this is labeled “#1.” Here’s the total bird crap part: “…laws aimed at discouraging folks from voting.”
So… what the heck are “encounters” with police? And how many “encounters” with police by one or two thugs does it take to wake up a reporter… 12? 97? How about 120? Still asleep? 300? OK how about 460-odd? Does that wake you up? Apparently the magic number of police encounters is well over 700.
Oxy morons: if you "organize" the grassroots, you're not "grassroots." https://t.co/GnQq0w0cpd http://t.co/h7t0Gi3sbR — Joel Johannesen (@JoelJohannesen) March 13, 2014 … […]
The very serious USA Today article about North Korea’s “Dear Leader” being re-elected with a 100% turnout and a margin of victory of 100% over his opponent, which was nobody, is funny when you consider that the reporter who drew the short straw and had to write it must have been busting a gut at […]
As Congressman Dave Camp’s big line goes, the United States’ tax code is ten times the size of the Bible, but with none of the Good News. When someone whose signature riff laments the length of tax laws attempts to remedy the situation, you’d expect his fix to be the soul of brevity. The fact […]
Notes on the news coverage of Ukraine crisis: As soon as this started happening, I recalled in my little noggin the words of straight-shooter Sarah Palin, from back in 2008. She warned that if Obama were elected, Putin might just try to take Ukraine. I mostly remember liberals and their media laughing like hyenas at […]
If you read my last entry, WaPo fact-checks Obama but don’t worry, Obama’s not lying. Just “problematic claims,” you’ll love this. I’ll wait right here while you read that. OK. Today I read an article by Guy Benson at Townhall: New Sebelius Lie: Seven Million Obamacare Enrollments Was Never Our Goal. From my earlier learning […]
To the Obama-luvin’ mainstream media, an outright lie to and pure deception of the American people by the president of the United States, is reduced to only a “problematic claim.” And this is itself problematic. Especially when we know the news media is onto him. They know it’s a lie. When a used car salesman […]
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is suing the federal government on behalf of everyone who has a mobile phone. For this, he should be thanked. Paul’s spirited opposition to the National Security Agency’s collection of Americans’ electronic communications, which his lawsuit seeks to curtail, is consistent with the ideals of individual liberty on which America was […]
If you’ve heard of the recent expose on the stack of memoirs and transcripts of conversations between Hillary Clinton and her best friend Diane Blair, it’s probably been written in much the same context as any other articles which shine a potentially negative light on either Bill or Hillary Clinton, or Barack Obama. For example, […]
Says the brilliant Thomas Sowell in this week’s Random Thoughts: Once, when I was teaching at an institution that bent over backward for foreign students, I was asked in class one day: “What is your policy toward foreign students?” My reply was: “To me, all students are the same. I treat them all the same […]
The running South Park-inspired joke is that when something goes wrong in the U.S., “blame Canada.” Obamatons also blame Bush, Fox News, Republicans, the tea party, Rush Limbaugh, the Koch brothers, and now, the weather. Aside from the blame game, Canada and the U.S. are similar in many ways, with a couple of the other […]