The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends: Turmoil at NBC, the Obama AUMF, and Hillary!
Welcome to this week’s episode of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends! This week, guests Bruce Carroll and Amy Otto of The Federalist join regular panelists Leon Wolf, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Neal Dewing of the Federalist, and Jay Caruso of Pocket Full of Liberty to discuss the meltdown at NBC News, the fight against ISIS and the current AUMF, | Read More »
Joe Biden said something incredibly stupid in Iowa today.
Joe Biden decided to make sure that the Democratic candidate in 2016 runs on how much like Barack Obama he is! …Use of pronoun deliberate, there.
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Through the Looking Glass with Nick Kristof
In a meandering, non-sequitur riddled column today, the nation’s dumbest opinion columnist Nick Kristof sewed together enough tropes and canards to make a beautiful, dizzying tapestry of leftist narrative out of completely unconnected events in world news. In the land of Nick Kristof, the refusal of judges to issue gay marriage licenses in Alabama, combined with an atheist killing three Muslims in North Carolina, all | Read More »
A Look at the 2015 Oscar Nominees
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Scott Beggs and John Ross to discuss the 2015 Oscar Nominees, what winning an Oscar really means and the most anticipated movies of 2015.
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To the Leftist Media, UNC Victims Are Just #Hashtags
Let’s see how fast this story evaporates from the mainstream media. A man in Chapel Hill shot three UNC students, two women and a man. Normally, a story like this would hit local media, and maybe garner ten seconds in a national newscast, a Fox News alert, or a few column inches in national newspapers. But this story was about a white man shooting three | Read More »
US Marines disarmed by Yemeni militia
Remember back when our operations in Yemen were the model for how Barack Obama was going to wage bloody war on ISIS: This counterterrorism campaign will be waged through a steady, relentless effort to take out [the Islamic State] wherever they exist, using our air power and our support for partner forces on the ground. This strategy of taking out terrorists who threaten us, while supporting | Read More »
The Reptile’s Mask Comes Off On Gun Control
Bloomberg’s Nightmare Is A Black Man Owning One of These Bloomberg claimed that 95 percent of murders fall into a specific category: male, minority and between the ages of 15 and 25. Cities need to get guns out of this group’s hands and keep them alive, he said. “These kids think they’re going to get killed anyway because all their friends | Read More »
Tech at Night: Barack Obama’s Internet Regulation plan really is bad news
Critics who don’t want to debate the merits of expanded government like to portray the Net Neutrality debate as activists vs Cable Companies™, but this isn’t that at all. This is the people vs. the Obama administration, as it is with EPA, NLRB, and every other overreaching regulator. Don’t take my word for it. Commissioner Ajit Pai says “The American People are being misled about | Read More »
Media suddenly interested in vetting candidates’ college years
Scott Walker has come from out of nowhere (if you weren’t paying attention), survived three elections in four years as a Republican in a blue state, and is making waves with statements and policies that drive the Left insane. However, there is one thing that makes Walker different from other potential presidential candidates – he never finished college. And, the college life of a presidential | Read More »
Obama’s AUMF should be DOA
The abject failure of leadership by Barack Obama continues apace. The draft AUMF submitted to Congress is just another example of an administration that is so pathological that it feels like it must lie to stay in practice. For instance, Obama’s own letter to Congress simply lies about the nature of the operation. His letter says: My Administration’s draft AUMF would not authorize long‑term, large-scale | Read More »
Obama’s AUMF is Actually a DUMF
Right now, everyone in the media, led on by anti-war Democrats and the Obama administration itself, is reporting that Obama has sought an authorization for use of military force (AUMF) to fight ISIS. It is being reported as a bold move for the administration and a shift towards a more hawkish approach to foreign policy in general and with respect to ISIS in particular. This | Read More »
Follow the Money: Valentine’s Day
Remember the days after Christmas? It was only a month ago, and yet another holiday season is upon us. Whether it’s from cable news, talk radio, internet pop-up ads or any of the ways you choose to stay plugged in, you really can’t escape knowing all the gift options for your loved one available this Valentine’s Day. As well informed as you might be on | Read More »
The President’s Small World
Last week people around the world were horrified when a gruesome video emerged of ISIS terrorists burning a Jordanian pilot alive in a cage. King Abdullah of Jordan responded to these barbaric acts quickly and decisively, promising and delivering a severe response. Meanwhile back in Washington, President Obama responded in a different way. At the National Prayer Breakfast he took to the podium and self-righteously | Read More »
Atheism and support for homosexual marriage: proven indicators of a violent nature
Somebody has to ask the question. Should atheists and supporters of homosexual marriage be allowed to own a firearm? Does adhering to either of these beliefs indicate a mental deficiency, disorder, or infirmity that rises to the level that in the interest of public safety we should insist that they be disarmed? In light of today’s horrible shootings is Chapel Hill, North Carolina, we need | Read More »
The Disconnect Between President Obama and President Obama on ISIS
President Obama is now asking Congress for authority to declare war on ISIS – the Islamic State – something ISIS declared on America more than two years ago.
Putting aside the debate of whether he actually needs congressional authority to continue to take the fight to this terrorist army or whether what he is requesting being authorized to do is sufficient, there is a vast conflict and contrast emerging within President Obama’s “strategy.”
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