Navy Chaplain fired for being Christian
A highly decorated US Navy chaplain has been relieved of duty and the Navy is moving to remove him from active duty because he had the temerity to actually be a Christian. Lt. Commander Wes Modder, was accused of failing “to show tolerance and respect” in private counseling sessions regarding issues pertaining to faith, marriage and sexuality, specifically homosexuality and pre-marital sex, according to Fox | Read More »
Obama to Senate: You are irrelevant on Iran
Not content with unleashing a virtual lynch mob on Senator Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR) 82% for citing the United States Constitution, now White House chief of staff Dennis McDonough has sent a letter to Foreign Relations chairman, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) 46%, warning him not to proceed with a bill he has introduced that ::shock :: gasp would require | Read More »
Tolerance For Me. Not For Thee.
Last week, singer Elton John took to the pages of the Atlanta Journal Constitution to encourage the Georgia House of Representatives to oppose S.B. 129, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA. Elton John claims that Georgia would be “turning its back on tolerance” if it chose to protect the consciences of people of faith. Simply put, this bill is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. | Read More »
McConnell draws a pastel colored line
Earlier in the week, RedState covered how Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) 14%, still suffering from the effects of his “exercise accident” and drunk on abortion industry cash, is holding up a bill on human trafficking because of a provision inserted in every spending bill that prohibits the use of federal money to counsel in favor of abortion or provide abortions. This restriction, | Read More »
John Kerry: idiot and poltroon
The administration’s attack-Pomeranian, John Kerry, made an appearance on CBS’s Face the Nation on Sunday and proceeded to soil himself over the letter Senator Tom Cotton and 46 other GOP senators who have bothered to read the Constitution sent to whatever mullah is ruling Iran these days informing them that the negotiations they are carrying on with the Obama administration and meaningless. Secretary of State John Kerry said | Read More »
American poor does math, realizes that Obamacare tax is still cheaper than Obamacare.
I don’t think that the administration expected the lower classes to do the Obamacare math, though.
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The Dumb Impulse Towards Authoritarianism
Yesterday, Breitbart Texas highlighted a particularly stupid bill that is being pushed by Texas State Rep. Jason Villalba which would, in essence, make it illegal for any person (other than media) to film cops while they are performing their duties from a distance of less than 25 feet (or 100 feet if you are legally carrying a concealed weapon, for some reason). As written, Villalba’s | Read More »
Re: The Economy. It’s Not The End Of The World If It All Hits The Fan
Inventory To Retail Sales Ratios Are A Possible Recessionary Indicator According to Bloomberg Business, the US has the most disappointing economic data in the world. Worse than watching the Redskins in November, worse than the latest A-Braves off-season, as bad as any Oliver Stone Movie from “Natural Born Killers” on. Bloomberg Business advises not to throw in the towel. They think | Read More »
Comedic Gold At The Bloomberg View
If These Guys Win Than The Joke Is On US. I examine the potential members of the so-called Democrat bench. It’s mean of me….cold-hearted, right-wing, spewing of bile. I show them spite. I treat them with pity and all the contempt and antipathy that this emotional reaction implicitly requires. In less verbosity – I laugh my @$$ off! I should stop, | Read More »
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, Andrew Cuomo
, Election 2016
, Hillary Clinton
, Jeb Bush
, Joe Biden
, Jonathan Bernstein
, Lindsey Graham
, Martin O' Malley
, Senator Elizabeth Warren
, Tim Kaine
Tech at Night: Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet was worse than we thought
So Obama’s secret plan to regulate the Internet, the one that we weren’t allowed to see what was in it until it was passed, is finally out, and it’s anti-free speech, anti-innovation, and illegal. It was sold as one thing, but there’s a whole iceberg of problems beneath.
Retired Major General Paul Eaton: hack, hypocrite and odious dipstick
Senator Tom Cotton has really got the left in a tizzy. They are reacting to his recitation of a very simple Constitutional principle — the president has no authority to make binding agreements on behalf of the United States without Senate approval — in the way a little tiny girl vampire might react to Holy Water: lots of screaming, cowering, and wetted panties. The latest douchebag | Read More »
It *may* be the last year of California as we know it. *May*.
California is running out of water. This is a Bad Thing for the country, in case nobody’s mentioned it yet.
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Republicans (and Democrats) in Congress Plan to Use a Fake Crisis to Raise Your Taxes
Fresh off their capitulation on almost every issue of substance during their first two months of the new session, Republicans are now joining with Democrats to start a PR war to cushion the blow for their plan to institute a tax hike that will disproportionately affect low-and-middle class families. The PR push in question relies on a fake and manufactured crisis concerning the imminent | Read More »
North Dakota Human Trafficking Bill also Tied Up over Abortion
Earlier today, I wrote about how language dealing abortion in the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act scuttled the bill. A similar situation is playing out in North Dakota, too. The oil fields of North Dakota have been an economic Promised Land for job seekers across the United States. Indeed, by the most up-to-date numbers, North Dakota still has the lowest unemployment rate in the | Read More »
After destroying the American family, the left is still not happy
The one thing the American left is excellent at is mucking up systems that function reasonably well the demanding that the government, which mucked things up, step in and fix things. They newest cause célèbre is the increasing inequality of opportunities between the children of affluent (though I probably should say “normal”) families and less privileged families. Its prophet is Robert Putnam. The Harvard political | Read More »