Emperor Barack I On His High Horse
Ah, the rhetorical horse-trading that just took place at The National Prayer Breakfast. It was an event where good people of faith went to be maliciously slandered by His Majesty Barack I. Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. | Read More »
Obama, Unemployment and The Big Lie
Somebody, they might have been famous, I don’t know for sure, once said that if you tell a big lie often enough, eventually you’ll convince a lot of morons that the lie is the truth. Unsurprisingly, this tactic, a favorite of totalitarians and community organizers everywhere is being used by Obama. From his State of the Union speech: Our unemployment rate is now lower than | Read More »
My God. It’s true! there IS a shadowy transnational Jewish group plotting to influence elections!
Turns out that the reason why some on the Left think that Israel is trying to influence our elections is because they’re trying to influence Israel’s.
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Governor Jindal trolls Barack Obama: ‘the Medieval Christian threat is under control’
We’ve had a lot of fun at Obama’s expense following his juvenile and historically illiterate speech at the National Prayer Breakfast. We’ll let this bit of trolling by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal serve as our last word on the subject.
Barack Obama tells @RichardDawkins to shut up
Really. That’s what the man said. Sort of. At the National Prayer Breakfast while giving us a refresher course in Martian history and reading from Theology For Dummies, Obama, alleged constitutional scholar, had this to say: But the president also suggested he disagreed with the satirical French newspaper that provoked deadly terrorist attacks last month by poking fun at Islam. He said people of faith | Read More »
Fort Hood victims get Purple Heart and the @SecArmy lies through his teeth
On November 5, 2009, an Army psychiatrist, Nidal Malik Hasan, walked into a personnel center at Fort Hood, Texas, and opened fire on his fellow soldiers. Hasan was a muslim. He had a history of radical ties. He had business cards made titling himself “Soldier of Allah.” He communicated with terrorist leaders while on active duty. He killed and wounded soldiers who were processing for | Read More »
Ajit Pai exposes the Obama administration’s transparency failure
After Barack Obama was first elected, he said “Transparency is our touchstone.” And as recently as 2013 he claimed his was “the most transparent administration in history”. FCC Commmissioner Ajit Pai, with one brilliant tweet, has exposed Obama as the fraud he is. The rush to war on Net Neutrality has caused the administration to be secretive in its power grabs.
If You Read This, You ‘Have Blood On Your Hands’
After the Family Research Council was put on a hate list by gay rights groups, Floyd Corkins showed up to gun down the place. In Oregon, a family is being driven to bankruptcy because they refused to take part in a gay wedding. In Atlanta, GA, a Fire Chief lost his job for wanting to “glorify God” and for his orthodox Christian believes on sin, | Read More »
Obama’s Tiresome DHS Washington Monument Defense
In a transparently absurd attempt to appear tough, it looks increasingly like the GOP controlled Congress may actually allow DHS to “shut down” if Obama vetoes the DHS funding bill over the language overturning his amnesty executive order. I put “shut down” in scare quotes because 87% of DHS employees are considered essential employees and thus would continue working in the event of a “shut | Read More »
Sysco reminds us we need antitrust reform
I’m normally an observer of FCC here at RedState, and one thing that constantly frustrates me is the capricious way that the regulator treats proposed mergers. It’s gotten so bad that they instituted a ‘shot clock’ because even they had to acknowledge their stalling was ridiculous. They then proceeded to declare they were ‘pausing the shot clock.’ It’s out of hand. Regulators have taken antitrust | Read More »
The Downfall of Brick and Mortar Retail
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the January jobs report, why the numbers are misleading and the state of brick and mortar retail.
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Barack Obama Thinks Islam Is Primitive
Reflecting on what Barack Obama said yesterday, I think people are missing something I encounter a lot among so called intellectuals. Liberal intellectuals say things like this: And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, | Read More »
@Politico continues to shill for the Obama administration
Of late, Politico is showing the same reliability as The Onion… or maybe less. Earlier in the week I wrote about the alleged pending boycott of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to a joint session of Congress, Democrats may boycott Netanyahu speech… or not. In it I referenced a Politico article that purports to cover a plan by Democrats to boycott the speech rather | Read More »
That Day I Was Manful Like Brian Williams
It was rough my five or six constant readers, it was rough. I’m here today to tell you about the time that tried my soul. I was in Kandahar and had just killed a mountain lion with my mess kit utensils and still had his veins in my teeth. Then I looked up, and either it was the hash or it was Hades. There he | Read More »
Barack Obama Is Not a Christian in Any Meaningful Way
Barack Obama is not, in any meaningful way, a Christian and I am not sure he needs to continue the charade. With no more elections for him, he might as well come out as the atheist/agnostic that he is.1 He took his first step in doing so yesterday in a speech reeking with contempt for faith in general and Christianity in particular. Saying that violent | Read More »