Bill Clinton was the Obama/Rahm/Sestak middle man

    That’s the story breaking this morning. Oh please. They are saying this was all informal, just friends talking to friends, nothing illegal since Clinton has no power to offer anyone a job, etc. Talk about something not passing the smell test! Fox News is all over it and no doubt everyone will be. Even the hardcore lefties will have a hard time swallowing this one. | Read More »

    NOW will the left admit there are bad guys in Gaza?

    Killing some Israeli soldiers or citizens is perfectly fine, but THIS is unacceptable! A small Syrian-backed terrorist group in Gaza said its activists blew up a donkey cart laden with explosives close to the border with Israel on Tuesday, killing the animal but causing no human casualties. Nah – I doubt this will change any lefties’ minds. They’ll say it was planted by Israel to | Read More »

    Nice timing Seattle!

    Reports from KING 5 News: May 17: Seattle City Council votes unanimously to boycott Arizona. May 18: Seattle man caught raping a woman near a grocery store in Edmonds. They learn via fingerprints that ICE wants him. May 19: It’s learned that he’s been deported 4 times and uses 35 different aliases. May 21: Oops make that 9 times he’s been deported after getting caught | Read More »

    Racist AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio targets Hispanics yet again!

    Just because some friends gather together for a little fun and games doesn’t mean he should go in busting up the meetings and looking to arrest and deport as many of these people as possible. AG Holder needs to go after him – under the “disparate impact” standard it’s completely racist. I don’t ever read about white people getting arrested for doing this same thing.

    NATO is getting a new mission statement

    Perhaps all you need to know is that the “head of the team of experts” who wrote this draft is former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Unless future NATO warfare will involve dropping giant brooches on the enemy, I don’t see how she can provide anything useful – and clearly she doesn’t. Feel free to read more if you wish, but be prepared to | Read More »

    What the ….? Palin endorses Fiorina (no I’m not kidding!)

    As usual, the news comes from Palin’s Facebook site. Unless someone hacked it, she really is endorsing Fiorina over DeVore. I’d like to tell you about a Commonsense Conservative running for office in California this year… Her name is Carly Fiorina, and I’m proud to endorse her for U.S. Senate. Carly is the Commonsense Conservative that California needs and our country could sure use in | Read More »

    Raise your hand if you thought the $50B bailout for Freddie Mac was the end of it

    They’re saying they need another $10B and change just to cover the past quarter. Who could have seen this shock coming? Freddie Mac is asking for $10.6 billion in additional federal aid after posting a big loss in the first three months of the year. It’s another sign that the taxpayer bill for stabilizing the housing market will keep mounting. The McLean, Va.-based mortgage finance | Read More »

    Going to great pains to avoid use of “illegal”

    We’ve seen lots of this lately. In the most generic sense, all the complaints about the Arizona law ignore that – like every other law on everyone’s books – it’s aimed at combatting things that are, well, ILLEGAL. Here’s another great example. The Santa Cruz anti-AZ protest march this weekend resulted in a good bit of destruction, considering only 250 people were involved. Note how | Read More »

    The Times endorses the Tories

    It seems a bit of a shocker to me, but The Times has dumped its usual support for Labour — first time since 1992 it has endorsed the Conservatives. This election offers a fundamental choice about the future of this country. It offers a moment to put old-fashioned tribal loyalties, class prejudices and social habits aside. We must choose. Either we are to be a | Read More »

    Activist right-wing Supreme Court tries to force Christianity on all of us

    Well, that’s how this decision will no doubt be portrayed. This is the case over the cross in the Mojave Desert. It’s interesting when the Justices weigh in with so many different angles. pp 1-5 – syllabus (overview) 6-24 – Kennedy’s opinion (with Roberts and, in part, Alito) 25 – Roberts adds a humorous note (see below) 26-32 – Alito explains why he thinks it | Read More »