Why The Elites Hate Sarah Palin
The media is in a frenzy and elite pundits are all atwitter. Why? Because Sarah Palin refuses to let them define her. As Palin puts it, “I don’t owe the media anything.” The political and media elites on both left and right are rising up in anger at former Governor Sarah Palin. Stories abound, all negative, about this American citizen whose message resonates with ordinary | Read More »
Is Obama a Serial Liar?
Accusing someone of lying is a serious matter. Especially when that someone is the President of the United States. Charges of that nature should be leveled based only on absolute proof of a deliberate statement, intentionally made, whose sole purpose is to deceive. Based on this criteria, President Obama is a liar. Demonstrably so. And a disturbing pattern is emerging that allows for the possibility | Read More »
Welcome To Our Homosexual Day of Silence
Friday, April 15, the Homosexual Day of Silence is being promoted in government schools across the country. Welcome students. Today is the big day. Today is your chance to take a stand against the forces of bigotry and homophobia that unfairly targets our brothers, sisters and others in the gay, lesbian, trangendered, bisexual and gender optional community. By your very presence here, you signify your complete acceptance | Read More »
Embarrassed To Be American
For the first time in my life, I’m embarrassed to be an American. Last weekend, as tens of thousands of Japanese were fighting for their lives after an 8.9 earthquake devastated their nation, our President, after giving a generic “We’re with you” statement, remained noticeably absent. Not really absent – Obama could be found on the golf course Saturday afternoon. As a Japanese nuclear reactor | Read More »
Was The Economic Crisis Manufactured?
In the summer of 2008 as McCain and Obama were in the midst of their campaigns to capture the presidency, a series of events dramatically changed the focus of the campaign from Iraq to the economy. From that point on, Obama took the lead and eventually won the presidency. Now, a full two years later, the Pentagon has issued a report on the series of | Read More »
Obama Takes a Stand on Libya – Kinda
Obama has finally taken a stand on the ongoing carnage in Libya. After nine days of silence, he has finally, and forcefully, condemned the “outrageous” crackdown by Libyan security forces on protesters. He also said that a unified international response was forming. Whew. Translation: America will stand firmly behind the United Nations. We will wait and see what the global consensus and political ramifications are | Read More »
What Conservative Women Want
In the news recently was a story about a workshop being held for guys, to show them how to release their inner child. Step one: learn how to cry. Reading that article made me cry, from sheer frustration. Listen up, guys. Despite what you hear from feminists and other assorted do-gooders, the majority of women most assuredly don’t want to see you break down and | Read More »
It’s All Hillary’s Fault!
The New York Times is reporting that the mixed messages received from the White House on the Egyptian crisis were the fault of the State Department: A president who himself is often torn between idealism and pragmatism was navigating the counsel of a traditional foreign policy establishment led by Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Biden and Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates , against that of a next-generation | Read More »
Dear Obama, Please Leave Me Alone
Dear Obama, I’m not a member of the elite. I’m not a millionaire and I don’t claim to have any power or influence. I’m just an average taxpayer who lives in fly-over country. On behalf of all the Suzy Homemaker’s and Joe Six-Pack’s who are my neighbors, I’d like to request a favor. Please, please, leave us alone. With all due respect for your office Mr. Obama, you were not elected | Read More »
Newsflash: Obama (Almost) Saves The World
According to media reports, President Obama (almost) resolved the spiraling Egyptian crisis in one “private message” to Hosni Mubarak. “Mubarak Promise Comes After Private Obama Message” AP reports. President Obama is firmly in charge and appears to finally be calling the shots. In a bold, presidential moment, Obama said Tuesday evening that he has told Mubarak that a transition to representative government “must begin now.” | Read More »
China’s Dead Babies
America is shocked, shocked ! Kermit Gosnell, a 69 year old abortion doctor, was arrested last week, charged with killing seven babies and causing the death of a woman during a botched abortion. An illegal, late-term abortion. Prosecutors are accusing Gosnell of using scissors to snip the spinal cords of 7 babies who were inconveniently born alive. CBS news reports that "Gosnell is suspected of | Read More »
A Delicious Orgy
Game, set and match to the leftist media. Once again, they have defined the issue and set the terms of the debate on the horrific shootings in Arizona last weekend. He who defines the issues wins. Period. And the liberal media has the right on the ropes – putting them, once again, in the lose-lose proposition of proving a negative. Along the lines of “Have | Read More »
Lynn Woolsey: A National Embarrassment
My nephew, Lance Corporal Lee Morgan, will be deploying to Afghanistan next Friday. This will be his second tour of duty there. Lee will be putting his life on the line , once again, fighting a war described by Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-CA) as "an epic failure, a national embarrassment, and a moral blight." While my nephew is risking his life to fight the war | Read More »
Rahm Emanuel: The Fix Is In
I’m going to go out on a limb and make a public prediction. Rahm Emanuel will be Chicago’s next mayor. How do I know this? I’m not an expert, political heavyweight or a Chicago insider. I know Rahm will soon be called “His Honor” because I have something all the experts and political pundits are lacking: common sense and an ability to connect the dots. | Read More »
Taking A Stand Against Political Correctness
Political correctness is loosely defined as “avoidance of expressions or actions that can be perceived to exclude or marginalize or insult people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against.” In other words, millions of Americans have willingly allowed themselves to be placed in the losing position of continually being forced to prove a negative. “I’m not a racist,” “I’m not homophobic,” “I’m not a greedy | Read More »
Woe Is Me!
In today’s America, feelings have replaced facts as our governing policy. Shame has been relegated to the back of the bus and squeaky wheels have been given the place of honor. Merit has been replaced by grievance mongers. Accomplishment and material success are vilified as having been attained on the backs of the have-nots. And that’s not fair! In a rush to attain unearned moral | Read More »
As more and more Americans identify themselves through their sexual orientation, I’d like to weigh in on the side of heterosexuality. There, I said it. I’m straight. Sexually speaking, this means that I don’t sleep with members of my own sex. Of course, who I sleep with is no-one’s business. Unless I’m a health hazard or something. And of course, what I do in my | Read More »
Obama’s Fatal Flaw
On the campaign trail last month, Obama lambasted Republicans, saying, “Republicans have not come up with one new idea.” Putting aside the fact that Obama is ‘factually incorrect,’ (see Rep. Mike Ryan’s ‘Roadmap for America’) his statement embodies the fatal flaw of progressivism. Winston Churchill said, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” Obama disagrees. Each and every | Read More »
Muslim Cartoon Day
In response to the blatant kowtowing of the Washington Post and other liberal newspapers to the delicate sensitivities of radical Islamists, RightBias has decided to celebrate our own Muslim Cartoon Day. To any terrorists that may be offended, we say: Just because you can intimidate our president and media elites, you should know that the majority of Americans are not willing to shape our culture | Read More »
News Flash: Life Isn’t Fair!
Just after Obama was elected president, I asked my niece, Sarah, to tell me, in one word, why she voted for him. She thought about it for awhile, and then replied, “equality.” Sarah is a newly minted Ph.D., a recent product of government schools and a very smart woman. Not surprisingly, she has adopted the progressive’s outlook as her own. To her credit, she is | Read More »