Democratic Race-Baiting Is the Ugly Face of Political Desperation in 2014
Alex Wagner of MSNBC is very happy to see Americans hate one another far more if it helps the Democratic Party win elections more often. Here we see the Lovely and Talented Alex Wagner toting the advantages Democrats gain from accusing Republican Candidates of wanting to shoot more Trayvons and burn more places just like Ferguson, MO. WAGNER: In Georgia, state Democrats printed a flyer | Read More »
Tags: Alex Wagner
, charles rangel
, Emancipation Denialism
, GA Senate
, Kay Hagan
, LA Senate
, Mary Landrieu
, Michelle Nunn
, NC Senate
, playing the race card
, Progressive Cathedral
Voter Fraud Could Cost Close Wins
Our President seems unworried about the problem of voter fraud. Evidence on the ground suggests something else. So what do you do if you worry that your vote just won’t count for enough? Obviously, you vote twice! There are 44,000 people who could do just that in both Maryland and Virginia. At this point, Maryland is being sued for allowing people who are not legally | Read More »
Tags: Dawn of The Voting Dead
, La Raza
, Non-Citizen Voting
, North Carolina
, project veritas
, Voter Fraud
, Voter ID
, “Give it up Jake it’s Baltiless.”
The Races to Watch on Election Day
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Brandon Finnigan to discuss Tuesday’s election, the Senate races to watch and how the spread of early voting has changed politics.
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Still More Gagging On The Donkey
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 produced by Rebel Pundit and titled, “Chicago Activists Unchained, | 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
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 »
Dick Cheney Secured Most Of The Money We Spend On Ebola Research
To hear the Democratic Party scaremongers attempting to weaponize Ebola (as a political issue, of course), you would think the heartless and E-vil GOP had deliberately and maliciously slashed the spending on Ebola research so that you, yes you could die in coruscating agony. In reality, this is about as accurate and true as ’s pathetic accusations that Thom Tillis helped kill Trayvon. You see | Read More »
California Instructs Churches To Bow Before The Golden Idol of State Power.
4Then an herald cried aloud, To you it is commanded, O people, nations, and languages, 5That at what time ye hear the sound of the cornet, flute, harp, sackbut, psaltery, dulcimer, and all kinds of musick, ye fall down and worship the golden image that Nebuchadnezzar the king hath set up:Daniel 3:3-4 If you had any doubts over whether the State of California respected the | Read More »
How Ebola Turned Senator Kay Hagan Into A Fire-Breathing !RACIST!
We’ve been told it’s !RACIST! to demand a travel ban on lights from countries that are suffering from the current Ebola epidemic in Western Africa. Streiff told us all about how Nate Silver Voxsplained* how ineffective a travel ban would be. The Progressives had given reality its marching orders and Kay Hagan sallied forth with robotic predictability to carry them out. The guidance from the | Read More »
Joe Biden As Reverend DIMmesdale
Biden has sponsored more damaging drug war legislation than any Democrat in Congress. Hate the way federal prosecutors use RICO laws to take aim at drug offenders? Thank Biden. How about the abomination that is federal asset forfeiture laws? Thank Biden. Think federal prosecutors have too much power in drug cases? Thank Biden. Think the title of a “Drug Czar” is sanctimonious and silly? Thank | Read More »
Barack Obama: The Concern-Troll of The 1%
On the same polo field where Britain’s Prince Harry played the Sport of Kings during a goodwill tour of the U.S., President Barack Obama helicoptered to Connecticut’s Gold Coast on Tuesday on Marine One for a VIP fundraising dinner to help Senate Democrats try to protect their slim majority in the midterm elections. – Connecticut Post Barack Obama has traveled to a new place. He | Read More »
Which One Is Worse: Racism or Ebola?
I previously opined that barring a series of catastrophic bureaucratic snafus, the United States had very low risk of a major Ebola epidemic. Being the eternal optimist that I am; I’m only putting on enough gear to reach MOPP-Level 2 as I head for the Cube Farm.* I’m still fairly certain that we will endure fewer than 1,000 Ebola fatalities this Winter. I’m just less | Read More »
Liberal Vs. Progressive: Reality Vs. Delusion On ISIS.
I included the Youtube scene from the Movie Cloverfield for reasons other than the fact that I truly enjoy popping that DVD into my machine during a long flight. It also gives us a nice analogy to how America’s current Democratic Party reelection campaign of ineffective and symbolic airstrikes against ISIS has actually worked so far in suppressing the latest incarnation of Middle Eastern menace. | Read More »
Phil Kerpen on Liberal Efforts to Restrict the First Amendment
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Phil Kerpen to discuss Democrat efforts to restrict the First Amendment, Washington’s mishandling of the Ebola outbreak in Dallas and Phil’s work against the FCC.
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The Races That May Determine Control of the Senate
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss the now infamous attack ad from Wendy Davis, the hotly contested Senate race in Kentucky and the most important Senate races to watch as we head into the home stretch before election day.
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More Evidence Surfaces of Faked Employment Numbers
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss new evidence of faked employment report numbers, what this means for the historical analysis of the data and how to fix this persistent problem.
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