Chris Christie says Obama is encouraging attacks on cops
FILE – In this March 29, 2012 file photo, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses a crowd at a town hall meeting in Manchester, N.J. Last month, Christie branded a lawmaker “one arrogant S–” at another town hall meeting. The mayors of New York and Philadelphia and the governor of New Jersey have all unleashed unprintable terms in public in the | Read More »
We’re About to Witness the Greatest Show in Washington
Folks, we are about to witness the greatest show in Washington, D.c. It is coming to you within days. In fact, if you know where to look, it is already happening. For decades, the GOP and Pro-Life groups have been pouring in money from people who want to stop the killing of innocent children. Now we have videos of Planned Parenthood pulling whole children from | Read More »
Millenials are Moving to New Orleans (VIDEO)
Via the Daily Signal, here is a fascinating video about the rebirth of New Orleans as a destination for in-migration, especially among millenials. After the destruction of Katrina and the removal of the perpetually inept Democrat state bureaucracy, New Orleans (like the rest of the State of Louisiana) has experienced a remarkable period of economic growth under Bobby Jindal. This video shows some of the | Read More »
Independent intelligence review says Hillary is lying about classified emails
Over the past weeks, as the delicious spectacle of Hillary Clinton, the Leona Helmsley of classified information, being roasted like a pig on a spit over her criminal abuse and misuse of classified information. She is fighting the battle on at least three different fronts. Her first line of defense is that apparently every Secretary of State back to John Jay used private email for | Read More »
Your GOP Candidates: IN FOCUS
Today the Republican National Committee launched: “In Focus: The Republican Field,” a video series highlighting the most diverse and accomplished field of candidates in history. The series gives voters an exclusive and unfiltered look at the GOP’s deep and inspirational bench of candidates. So far, nine candidates have sat down for a one-on-one interview with the RNC’s Tara Wall. Take a look at the videos | Read More »
John Boehner’s Career At An End
The Politico is warning that Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) N/A%‘s career is coming to an end. He probably can withstand vacating the chair, but he cannot stand for Speaker again. The votes are not there. Behind the scenes, I don’t think people realize that Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) 56% is already plotting and is described by various conservative congressmen | Read More »
Boehner allies say he wants the pain to stop
In what is hardly a show of strength, some allies of House Speaker are signalling that this could be Boehner’s last term as Speaker and that he will relinquish the gavel in January 2017. This story is being spread as Boehner is facing a series of hard legislative battles plus an virutally guaranteed attempt to remove him from his position. Via POLITICO: Figures in his | Read More »
Beware D.C. ‘Comprehensive’ ‘Reform’
The entirety of the United States is now a federal disaster area – rendered thus by Washington, D.C. Unlike areas hit by hurricanes, tornadoes and other acts of God – our cataclysm is entirely man-made. Decades of anti-Reality policies have left our nation an uber-addled mess. The components of why are myriad. Too much spending, too much debt, too much and too many taxes, too | Read More »
Syria is just the latest abandonment of human rights by Obama
The size of the humanitarian crisis with its epicenter in Syria has reached such proportions that even Barack Obama’s apologists are becoming appalled by the scope and the lack of a visible end point. My colleague, Moe Lane, posted on this earlier in the day. While this particular crisis is tied directly to dunderheaded foreign policy decision making on the part of Hillary Clinton (‘let’s | Read More »
Bidenmania as Democrats No Longer Crazy About Hillary
We’re going to hear a lot about Joe Biden coming up. He is suddenly relevant again. As Hillary’s poll numbers go down and leading Democrats continue to see Bernie Sanders as not really viable, Biden becomes a logical alternative. Joe and Jill Biden are two of the nicest people in Washington, D.C. The amount of time they spend caring for wounded veterans, unreported by the | Read More »
Everyone Hates Hillary Clinton
Lately, everyone has been focused on the emailgate scandal and the political implications for the Clinton campaign. I suppose that’s fair, since it’s an identifiable news story – but the story itself is really just a concrete example of an overarching problem that will likely doom Hillary’s candidacy: Hillary Clinton is just one of the most unlikable people in America. The scandal itself is serious | Read More »
WaPo Editorial Page Editor upset about the Syria crisis the WaPo helped spark.
As I said this weekend: “I would appreciate it if everybody who voted for Barack Obama think thrice before offering an opinion on the Syria refugee crisis.” That includes the Washington Post as a corporate entity.
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National Review moves towards a rapprochement with Trump
Yesterday I mentioned Jonah Goldberg’s essay about his angst over conservatives of his acquaintance ’embracing’ Trump. In retrospect, it seems as though he pointed towards a guy from Breitbart because otherwise he might be hitting close to home. One of the BIG IDEAS floated by self-proclaimed conservative theorists for winning in 2016 was the Reform Conservative or “Reformocon” agenda. As if compassionate conservatism didn’t do | Read More »
Does @NPR not read @NPR when it comes to gun violence?
NPR can’t seem to understand why more guns does not equal more gun homicides.
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New polls: Trump can’t lose and Hillary can’t win
There are a couple of interest new polls out on the 2016 election campaign. In terms of numbers, they are probably slightly more accurate than examining a chicken’s entrails under a full moon but they seem to accurately reflect the zeitgeist. First up: SurveyUSA. In an election for President of the United States, today, Labor Day, business provocateur Donald Trump narrowly defeats Hillary Clinton, Joe | Read More »