Google hires NARAL to justify banning crisis pregnancy center ads
Google, in its objectivity and fairness, hired NARAL Pro-Choice America to justify their action. That has to be the most biased, laughable (except that it’s sad and pathetic) and ridiculous business case I have ever read. Google should hire Bernard Madoff from his prison cell to fashion their next shareholder report, or Edward Snowden to prepare their privacy report. It’s got to be the most gerrymandered report in history since the North Korean elections.
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Obama’s Detrimental Defense Policy
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by David Patterson to discuss cuts to the defense budget, how Obama’s defense policies have hurt our nation’s military and why next generation military technology is important.
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Democrats Abort Their Texas Takeover
Thus ends the campaign of “Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis. I told the Democrats they couldn’t run a gubernatorial campaign in Texas on pink shoes and children ripped limb from limb. But the Cult of Moloch is so strong with them, they were convinced their gods would help them. No more. Under investigation from the FBI; off the campaign trail for neck surgery; losing women to | Read More »
American Federation of Teachers Boss is Paid $360,000… Plus $183,000
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, who was paid $543,150 last year, defended her compensation by claiming her pay is $360,000 and other reported expenses simply prove the union’s “transparency.”
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Holy Frappucino! SEIU Chapter Made Members Vote For Officers At…Starbucks?!?
A lesson in how to suppress votes….union style. As a union member, would you find it odd that you were being asked to vote for your union’s officers while waiting for your Venti Caramel Machiatto and Vegetable & Fontiago Breakfast Sandwich at the local Starbucks? If you answered ‘yes,’ and do think voting for union officers at a Starbucks does sound a bit odd, you | Read More »
This will shock most of you. I like Lindsey Graham. Always have for that matter. He’s always been very pleasant to me. We’ve shared a few common fights. And I respect that he is not as willing as some of his colleagues to shift his positions on all things merely for the sake of re-election. But I disagree with Lindsey Graham on immigration. I disagree | Read More »
Just a Reminder
There is a lot of moral preening going on about Clayton Lockett’s execution. Liberals are calling it botched. He was executed. The execution did not go as planned and he subsequently died of a heart attack. As I noted on twitter (Aaron Gardner came up with it), “For liberals a botched execution is when the convict dies, a botched abortion is when the innocent live.” | Read More »
The Donald Sterling Precedent
I hope you will read this op-ed by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He’s absolutely right. Donald Sterling is a terrible person. But we have known that for a long time. He has been sued repeatedly for race based discrimination. He has had to settle those cases. He is married and taking his mistress to games, which too many people find acceptable. But what’s more, it is pretty | Read More »
Don’t Make Me Do This – An Exclusive Interview With Speaker Boehner
Interview With A Man Crier: What an interview. The Speaker really articulated his responses in a way that speak to me. The fact is, things are too hard. I had to wait for the coffee to brew this morning. Like some kind of barbarian. I’m glad Boehner put those feelings into words. Seriously, what did he expect? This parody was sent to via email and | Read More »
Government by sympathy
The controversy around L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist remarks was well past the boiling point before anyone in the media thought to ask an obvious question: “Was it a violation of his privacy rights for his young girlfriend to tape her conversations with him?” I believe it was none other than Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, writing for Time, who first raised the subject. Kareem is no defender of | Read More »
The White House’s Calculated Lie On The Benghazi Fiasco
In the aftermath of the sacking of our Benghazi consulate and the slaughter of our ambassador, National Security Advisor Susan Rice was sent out to the various Sunday morning talk shows to deny that terrorism as the cause. Rather, she claimed, it was the result of an internet video that no one had seen. ABC’s “This Week”: But our current best assessment, based on | Read More »
Boehner’s Bootlickers Continued: The Ohio Opportunist vs. Matt Lynch
This is a continuation of our series highlighting members who represent the priorities of House Speaker John Boehner and leadership instead of conservatives. You can view the previous posts here: Part 1 , Part 2 Part 3 ,Part 4. Not surprisingly, Ohio is filled with GOP members who serve as Boehner bootlickers, due to his presence in the state’s delegation. Conservatives have a lot of | Read More »
Message To Duke University: Man Up
One of the hallmarks of the left is its never ending battle to control language and to use that control as a cudgel on its opponents. Examples abound. “Choice.” (Really? The baby chose to be aborted?) “Marriage equality.” “Homophobia.” The ever popular “Diversity” which consists of constructing the correct palette of skin colors without regard to the socio-economic status of the group. And, of course, | Read More »
WaPo uses the dread number ’2006′ when discussing Barack Obama.
I know that the election is in six months, and six months is an eternity in politics – but so is *nine* months.
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Candidate Interview: Bentley Rayburn CO CD-5
Yesterday afternoon I had the opportunity to sit down with retired Air Force Major General, and GOP primary candidate for Colorado’s 5th Congressional District, Bentley Rayburn. In an interview in Rayburn’s relatively modest home north of Colorado Springs, we spoke about his background, world view, and why he is running for Congress.
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