Anti-Semitism at The Met: Tony Lo Bianco Speaks Out
In 1985, four hijackers from the Palestinian Liberation Front boarded the Achille Lauro cruise ship with plans to murder Israeli soldiers when the ship reached it’s destination in Ashdod, Israel. When their plans went awry, they instead held everyone on board hostage and demanded the release of 50 Palestinians who were in Israeli jails. While the terrorists ultimately failed in their mission, they did murder | Read More »
Jason Carter BREAKING THE LAW
No, we won’t get into that time he was arrested (!!). No, Jason Carter is now breaking the law. He has a Florida tag on his bus. So he’d rather cover it up than have the Florida tag be seen. You can’t do that!
Still More Gagging On The Donkey
Image credit: shutterstock.com During the 2004 election, President George W. Bush increased his share of the black vote. He did so in part by questioning black voters’ support for Democrats at Democrat strongholds such as the Urban League’s annual convention, where he quoted Charlie Gaines: Blacks are gagging on the donkey but not yet ready to swallow the elephant. A new video | Read More »
, Angela McGowan
, Gagging On The Donkey
, George W Bush
, Harold “Noonie” Ward
, Joseph Watkins
, Mark Carter
, Paul McKinley
, Rebel Pundit
, The Urban League
Jason Carter is Outsourcing
Jason Carter is on his bus tour as the Democrats continue to pound Republican David Perdue on outsourcing. A sharp eye caught this. Jason Carter outsourced his bus demands to Florida. That’s a Florida license plate on his bus driving through Georgia.
New Hampshire, Vermont: look, all those states look alike to Elizabeth Warren.
You really don’t expect Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) 17% to care about New Hampshire, can you? The Senator can barely muster up enough energy to care about Massachusetts. So it’s not really surprising to hear that the woman apparently can’t be bothered to remember which state Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) 0% pretends to be from:
Ebola Czar Missing in Action
Via the NY Daily News: There was confusion Monday over the government’s response to the Ebola crisis — and mystery over what President Obama’s Ebola czar was doing to address it. As the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said mandatory quarantines are not necessary for medical workers returning from West Africa, a U.S. Army general said that he and all his troops returning | Read More »
CDC incompetence and dishonesty continue
If someone wanted to set off a public health panic in the United States they could do worse than hiring CDC Director Tom Frieden and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to set it in motion. If a year ago someone had told me that in 2014 we would be seriously concerned about the spread of a tropical disease, found only in a handful | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Find Me
The book of John in the New Testament is my favorite of the four gospels. Jesus speaks eloquently throughout the chapters about the depth of love He has for his Father and, in kind, the depth of love that He and His Father have for us. In chapter fifteen, Jesus makes a profound declaration to His disciples: You have not chosen me, but I have | Read More »
The New York Times Hates Being in America
Republicans look poised to pick up Congressional seats throughout America a week from today, so it is accordingly time for the New York Times to let its contempt for the portion of America that exists west of the Hudson to fly. The article, entitled “The Bumpkinification of the Midterm Elections” reads like an 800 word grievance against the idea that [mc_name name=’Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA)’ | Read More »
#IASen: While Campaigning for Braley, Biden Admits Obama Economy Bad for Middle Class
We can add another one to the long list of Joe Biden’s gaffes. While on a campaign stop at a rally for Senate candidate Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA) in Iowa yesterday, Joe Biden admitted what most of us on the Right already know: the Obama economy has been horrible for the middle class. The Washington Free Beacon caught it, and here’s the most | Read More »
, 2014 midterm elections
, bruce braley
, Economic Policy Institute
, Joe Biden
, Joni Ernst
, middle class
Very Close to DOOM!! for Colorado Dems
Colorado has been shifting underneath the feet of the Democrats this election cycle. While many have believed Colorado to be a blue state, especially after the 2012 election, events in 2013 along with events during the campaign have proven otherwise. The latest ballot returns show a large lead for Republicans in key counties across the state, and it appears [mc_name name=’Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO)’ chamber=’house’ | Read More »
There’s No Such Thing as a “Self-Radicalized” Islamic Terrorist
It’s a term you are bound to hear a lot of, along with “lone wolf” and “recent convert to Islam,” in the wake of two separate terrorist attacks in Canada and one in New York City last week.
Yet there is no such thing, and the label, more than mere semantics, trivializes and belies the reality we face.
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Hillary Gives Us The Business, David Perdue Gives Us The Truth
In 2008, it took a few public speaking appearances to really sell the Democratic Party on Barack Obama’s credentials as their party’s candidate in that year’s Presidential Election. In 2014, Hillary Rodham Clinton is back on the stump again. There are certain things she doesn’t believe you should ever let people tell you. The truth for example. Hillaryworld™ is revealed in it’s disingenuous, fact-free glory | Read More »
Civil Liberties and the Ebola Response
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Elizabeth Blackney to discuss the latest on America’s Ebola outbreak, the devastation of the disease in Africa of the situation and if the government’s response here has violated civil liberties.
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Put Kaci Hickox Back in a Tent
The continuing carnival of the absurd with respect to nurse Kaci Hickox has continued today as Morning Joe reports (no video or other confirmation yet) that Hickox has announced that she will not abide by quarantine protocols upon her return to Maine, where she lives. Most of the media over the last 24 hours has focused on the predictable yet infuriating question of whether Chris | Read More »