Obama’s Executive Amnesty is Much, Much Worse than You Think
Unless you are one of Obama’s bootlickers in the Senate, you probably are under the impression that Obama’s executive amnesty is a bad idea even if, like me, you are somewhat squishy on the issue of immigration itself. But however bad you thought it was that Obama is seeking to unilaterally rewriting a law that is constitutionally within the exclusive purview of Congress, you will | Read More »
Hillary Clinton STARTED OFF as the villain. How does she plan to become the hero?
If Hillary Clinton wants to run with Obama and not against him, she will have to run against herself.
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Boehner looks for a life line… from the Democrats
As we saw last week, Speaker ‘s leadership has become so weak that he’s being forced to subcontract the Speakership to minority leader Nancy “no really, I never have to blink” Pelosi. His attempt to fund DHS for three weeks was rejected by the House, he lost 51 GOP votes. The week long extension passed because Pelosi whipped that vote, even so Boehner lost 54 | Read More »
Netanyahu at AIPAC: Watch Live
Watch Israeli PM Netanyahu speak to AIPAC live this morning in DC.
My Candid Candidate Thoughts After CPAC
Watch out conservatives. Jeb Bush is in this to win this and he just might. I met privately with Governor Bush at CPAC. He struck me as far more polished than many of the other candidates and he clearly recognizes the quality, however superficial it might be to some, of looking the part. More interesting, I have a ton of friends who like him. They | Read More »
Judging: it is the Christian thing to do
There is a saying among theologians and those who use theology in their arguments that “text without context is a pretext.” The Bible if full of “proof quotes” that the mostly Biblical illiterate use to make what they think is a killer point when arguing with a Christian. Here are a couple of the favorites From the story of the Woman Caught in Adultery (John 8:6-7): | Read More »
Would every non-anti-Semitic donor to UCLA please watch this video?
Where did these UCLA students learn to smear Jews with ‘divided loyalties?’ – Why, from some of their teachers, of course.
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Obama, Christianity and Scandal
A few days ago, Wisconsin Governor and potential presidential nominee Scott Walker was trolled at a meeting of the National Governors Association: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a prospective Republican presidential contender, said Saturday he does not know whether President Obama is a Christian. “I don’t know,” Walker said in an interview at the JW Marriott hotel in Washington, where he was attending the winter meeting | Read More »
Battle of New Orleans revisited
Our land victories in the War of 1812 were few an far between. If you view the happenings from the viewpoint of engagements between US forces (regular and militia) and British forces, and exclude skirmishes and battles fought with British Indian allies then the score approaches a shut out with a couple of ties (Chippewa and Lundy’s Lane). The signal American land victory of the | Read More »
Faith and the President
This is probably the best thing you will read today. Ana Marie Cox of Wonkette confesses to being a Christian. It is quite a great read. In it she references me and my statement on the President. She writes: I am not sure if there is anything Obama could do to make someone like Erick Erickson believe he is Christian in a “meaningful way.” For | Read More »
Jeb Bush and CPAC: how he answered some questions…
I suspect that these answers (via the Daily Signal) by Jeb Bush on immigration and Common Core questions will not much move the needle, one way or the other. Jeb Bush is clearly a capable public speaker… but. He has some unpopular opinions on the subject, and that is the meat of it. Whether that hurts Jeb Bush in the primary any more than it | Read More »
Rand Paul Wins the CPAC 2015 Straw Poll
As I predicted yesterday, won the 2015 CPAC Straw poll for the third time in a row: – 26% Scott Walker – 21% – 17% Ben Carson – 11% Jeb Bush – 8% – 4% Donald Trump – 3.5% Chris Christie – 2.8% Bobby Jindal – 0.9% Sarah Palin – 0.8% Mike Huckabee 0.3% John Bolton 0.3% 0.1% George Pataki – 0.1% Undecided – 1.0 | Read More »
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The Church of Public Opinion
The world is a strange place, and often times we see some of the strangest things getting worshipped as gods that bestow their graces upon their idolators. The Left is prone to this – having moved into a secularist worldview, they give up God and turn toward things of the world. They worship the environment, government, and leaders who espouse their views like Barack Obama. | Read More »
Boehner joins McConnell in fetal position
After having his leadership repudiated by his own caucus yesterday, last night Speaker Boehner turned to his best friend in the House, minority leader , for a life line. Using a procedural motion to suspend the rules, which required two-thirds vote, Boehner passed the Orwellian named Protecting Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Responders Act by a vote of 357-60. He did it with Democrat votes. Where | Read More »
Tech at Night: Obama administration votes for socialized Internet
I know what you’re thinking: We all heard about FCC’s controversial, party-line vote to regulate the Internet under 1930s-era phone regulations, as Verizon has so successfully mocked to the annoyance of the far left. The “Title II Reclassification” deem-and-pass maneuver has done many things, but it didn’t outright socialize the Internet yet. No, that was actually another vote this week.