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    Obama Claims He Didn’t Set A Red Line

    Obama Claims He Didn't Set A Red Line

    Apparently, the Internet doesn’t exist, either. “First of all, I didn’t set a red line,” said Obama. “The world set a red line. The world set a red line when governments representing 98 percent of the world’s population said the use of chemical weapons are [inaudble] and passed a treaty forbidding their use, even when countries are engaged in war. Congress set a red line | Read More »

    Excuse Me, But We Are Not “Isolationists”

    I’ve about had all I’m going to take from the bouncers of compassion who tell me and others all day, every day, that if we don’t bomb Syria then I, we are “isolationists.” Exhibit A: Most Republicans don’t want to become, again, the party of isolationists. Not consciously at any rate. Nearly all of them profess fidelity to a strong military, to Israel’s security, to | Read More »

    Obama Moves On Gun Control Through Executive Order

    Because Second Amendment abridgment epically failed in congress, the President is taking steps to sidestep them: Biden is unveiling two new steps President Barack Obama is taking on gun violence. The executive actions don’t require approval from Congress, where gun legislation collapsed earlier this year. One new step will curb the import of military surplus weapons. The Obama administration is also proposing to close a | Read More »

    A Failure Of Conservative Media

    A Failure Of Conservative Media

    I was disappointed to see that some of the biggest critics of MSM unwittingly took a page from their book in vilifying a Christian conservative educator from a California public school. The story concerns Dana Carter, who was accused of an angry parent of forcing her child, and others, to “kneel before him” and worship him like a king. The story didn’t pass the smell | Read More »

    The Problem Isn’t Racism Or Guns

    The Problem Isn't Racism Or Guns

    I’ve followed the sad story of Australian jogger Christopher Lane who was gunned down by three “bored teens” in Oklahoma a few days ago. His girlfriend is left heartbroken, his country understandably outraged. The Deputy Prime Minister of Australia has called for a boycott of the US. “It is another example of murder mayhem on Main Street,” former Australian deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer told | Read More »

    Obama Pushes Debunked Poll Numbers On Gun Control

    Never one to waste a political opportunity, President Obama took to Twitter to push a debunked poll in the wake of Christopher Lane’s shooting death and the school lockdown today in Georgia: Here’s what I wrote in April about the numbers Obama cites: Concerning that “90% of Americans support gun control/background checks (when they already exist), here’s the meat and taters on that: the poll was | Read More »

    Bloomberg Fail: Mayor’s Presser Aims Guns At Audience, Literally

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg for the past several years has lectured law-abiding gun owners about crime rates and responsible firearm ownership while himself violating the cardinal rules of Gun Ownership 101 via Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and he’s done it again: It’s pretty insane that no one at this press conference is the least bit uncomfortable with the direction these guns are pointing, save perhaps for | Read More »

    It Isn’t About A Clown: Missouri’s History Of Attacking Dissent

    Missouri has a history of persecuting its residents for disagreement with Barack Obama. Clowngate isn’t the first assault against free speech. Let’s review. 1) During the 2008 elections St. Louis prosecutors and sheriffs formed the “Obama Truth Squad.” Prosecutors and sheriffs from across Missouri are joining something called the “Barack Obama Truth Squad.” Two high-profile prosecutors are part of the team. We met them this | Read More »

    The Gross Double Standard In Clowngate

    While Clowngate rages, St. Louis City Treasurer made a racially-charged, offensive remark via Twitter about those who disagree with President Obama. Jones then spent working hours on Monday arguing with those who objected to the remark. When pressed by my staff about said remark, St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay’s office replied that he will not comment, other than to say that Jones “is entitled | Read More »

    Flashback: Missouri Dems Defend “Minstrel” Act

    When a photo emerged in 1999 of the now-late governor Mel Carnahan in blackface doing what was reported as a “minstrel show,” state Democrats defended the act, in a story sent by multiple listeners. Missouri Republicans, upset over charges of racism against Sen. John D. Ashcroft (R-Mo.), are circulating a 1960 photograph of Gov. Mel Carnahan (D) in blackface makeup performing a Kiwanis minstrel show. | Read More »


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