SEIU thugs trap bank lawyer’s teenager in house
From Megyn Kelley: “This was not at the bank’s corporate offices – it was at a man’s home.” Mark Sawyer is completely insane, so this clip is a little rough. I apologize in advance. First of all, he claims the Black Panthers haven’t been around since 1968? What? Did he forget this? Or this? Or this? And this was just this month! That’s right y’all. | Read More »
Dear Washington Times: Seriously?
Who remembers Dale Robertson? Well, if you don’t know his name (which I’d honestly forgotten), I’m certain you remember his notoriously ignorant, humiliating moment at a Tea Party in Texas. The Washington Times has managed to give credibility to this delusional racist who claims to be the founder of the Tea Party. As Tommy Christopher points out, they’ve consistently quoted him as a Tea Party | Read More »
Stutzman jumps into the race for Souder’s seat
Disgraced Indiana Rep. Mark Souder resigned this week in the wake of the news of his affair with a female staffer. Souder just won a tough primary for his seat… which is now going to a special election, as there CLEARLY haven’t been enough of those this year. The date hasn’t been determined yet. State Sen. Marlin Stutzman announced today that he was jumping into | Read More »
Liveblogging from End the Bailouts: A Greek Forum
I’m currently sitting at the Capitol, looking at an empty table that will soon be filled with the likes of Rep. Mike Pence, Sen. Jim DeMint, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Rep. Tom McClintock, and others to discuss the Greek bailouts and the impact they’ll have on the US Economy. There’s a livestream below the fold. Stay tuned until about noon for constant updates from the | Read More »
Nancy Pelosi: Hey, quit your job. We got your back!
Nancy Pelosi spoke at the Asian American and Pacific Islanders Summit on Capitol Hill last Friday, informing them that because of the new health care reform, they would no longer be “job locked.” Here’s the quote: “We see it as an entrepreneurial bill,” Pelosi said, “a bill that says to someone, if you want to be creative and be a musician or whatever, you can | Read More »
Sarah Palin Endorses Carly Fiorina: Is She Jumping the shark?
Sarah Palin just endorsed Carly Fiorina in the CA Senate race. The initial reponse on Twitter and Facebook was shock from most of the acivists. I suppose many were convinced that Palin was still a “maverick”… which, if we’re being honest, hasn’t been true for a while. She’s becoming the establishment, for better or worse. I fail to see how endorsing Fiorina is “shaking things | Read More »
Conversation about Oklahoma abortion on The View is… well, what you’d expect
The Oklahoma AG recently placed a block on the enforcement of a new state law – one which requires a woman to obtain an ultrasound prior to an abortion. They announced the action on Monday. Specifically, here is what is required: The person who performs the ultrasound must describe the dimensions of the fetus, whether arms, legs and internal organs are visible and whether the | Read More »
Nashville Drowning: Obama’s silent, HOPE crumbles like a Coke can
UPDATE: Obama has acknowledged that he is aware of Tennessee’s existence… to Gov. Bredesen at least. Point stands – he has said nothing publicly. And the crumbling HOPE house is still a good metaphor. This weekend, Nashville received around 10 inches of rain – a record breaking rain fall that has caused an astounding amount of flooding. The surrounding rivers swelled and as of this afternoon | Read More »
White woman is raped by a Haitian man – white patriarchy is to blame?
It has taken me two days to find the words to respond to this: Ever committed to preserving the dignity of Black men in a world which constantly stereotypes them as violent savages, I viewed this writing as yet one more opportunity to fight “the man” on behalf of my brothers. That night, before I could finish the piece, I was held on a rooftop in | Read More »
Illegals leaving AZ now that being illegal is… illegal.
I’m pretty sure this was the point. “Nobody wants to pick us up,” Julio Loyola Diaz says in Spanish as he and dozens of other men wait under the shade of palo verde trees and lean against a low brick wall outside the east Phoenix home improvement store. Many day laborers like Diaz say they will leave Arizona because of the law, which also makes | Read More »