Cuba is Cracking Down on Dissidents, and Obama’s to Blame
Back in January, I wrote about how we should not expect substantial changes to Cuba’s communist political system despite the “thaw” in relations between it and America. Dissidents in Cuba know this is true, and events this past weekend prove it. John Kerry’s scheduled to visit the island on this Friday brought protesters to the streets of Havana on Sunday. Among them were the Ladies | Read More »
The World On Fire – the Obama National Security Legacy
The Center for Security Policy, premiered its new video, “World on Fire – The Obama National Security Legacy,” during the opening night oh the Red State Gathering ’15 in Atlanta. As they put it, “It’s a powerful look at the dismal failures of the past six years.” The video begins with a clip from then Sen. and presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama’s July 15, 2008, | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Center for Security Policy
, Chuck Schumer
, Islamic State
, North Korea
, Red State Gathering
Tech at Night: The Obama administration wants to criminalize retweets
Yeah, terrorism is terrible, and we need to run Islamic State folks into prison, but the idea that a retweet is criminal, given the nature of how Twitter works, is kind of silly. It’s clear to me the Obama administration is just out of touch, as much as its FBI under James Comey is ridiculously power hungry.
Is Barack Obama An Anti-Semite or Just A Poseur?
If we called our President Mein Obama, would he feel insulted? Rhetorical, and perhaps a wee tad unfair. Yet after being told I favor war with Iran for not supporting his deal, I felt inclined towards a spot of et tu quoque. He offers us one of those false choices he supposedly ran for President to get rid of below. So let’s not mince words. | Read More »
You’d Have Thought Me a Conspiracy Theorist
If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would negotiate a deal that he acknowledges will fund terrorism, you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist. If I told you in 2008 that Barack Obama would lecture Christians on the crusades and call a growing army of Islamic radicals “junior varsity,” you’d have thought me a conspiracy theorist. If I told you in 2008 that | Read More »
Barack Obama uses wit and charm to woo Iran agreement critics
If you ever had any doubt about how small, petty and inconsequential a man was Barack Hussein Obama, let that doubt be dispelled after the small-minded, petulant defense of his surrender to Iran. Instead of a sales pitch, an appeal to bipartisan harmony of the type sought by when being furiously buggered by , Obama resorted to a tapestry of lies and insults. In short, | Read More »
THE DONALD Is No Longer A Risk. He Is An Issue.
If you ever attempt to manage anything complicated you will have to figure out what to do about risks. Risks can be roughly defined as things that could go wrong and give you a problem. Once they do go wrong, they become issues. Then you have a problem on your hands. The political leadership of the GOP has failed at risk management. They now have | Read More »
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, Bobby Jindal
, Election 2016
, failure theater
, planned parenthood
, Rand Paul
, rick perry
, Scott Walker
, Senator Kirk
, The Donald
EPA Could Care Less About Poor Children
Child poverty remains astoundingly high in America. This true despite risible claims that our economy is in recovery. The stock market and housing prices recovered. A lot of people gave up looking for work so the statistics look better. Beyond that, it’s the same situation we had in 2008. Particularly when we count how many children are in poverty. An astounding 16.1 million kids—22 percent | Read More »
The Iran debate is over. The world lost and Iran won.
Yesterday the debate on the Iran nuclear deal formally ended. The world, fearful of a possible war in the near future, decided to help Iran acquire nuclear weapons and thereby guaranteed a future war. The United Nations Security Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution that creates the basis for international economic sanctions against Iran to be lifted, a move that incited a furious reaction | Read More »
The Progressive Ouroborus: Bernie Sanders and Martin O’ Malley Edition
” ‘If this nice friendliness would spread about in Mordor, half our trouble would be over’.” (Sam about an Orcs fight) Hillary Rodham Clinton has yet another advantage over her main opponents for the Democratic Nomination in 2016. She knows enough people to ask the right ones for advice on how to avoid bad situations. She moves slowly where fools are likely to rush in. | Read More »
Tags: All Lives Matter
, Barack Obama
, bernie sanders
, Black Lives Matter
, Hillary Clinton
, martin o'malley
, Nutroots Nation 15
, Progressive Ouroborus
, Spirit of Mordor
, White Privelege
Median income falls to a 20-year low
When Obama leaves office he is going to leave behind a legacy of failure. Not only with Iran possess nuclear weapons and our alliances be in tatters, but he has carried out a vicious, no-holds-barred war on the national economy and the American middle class. The left is pushing the concept of “income inequality” attempting to ignite class warfare. They are doing this not out | Read More »
Barack Obama plagiarizes the Onion.
Well, I can’t call it ‘Life imitates the Onion,’ now can I? This is just straight-up ripping off.
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Hillary Clinton is not even likable ENOUGH at this point.
This poll is not a poll that Hillary Clinton can point to as evidence that she’s the heir to the Obama coalition.
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Barack Obama: Willful Patsy
Joanne Chesimard killed a New Jersey state trooper named Werner Foerster during a traffic stop. Though she received a life sentence, Chesimard fled to Cuba where she has been taking refuge from the American legal system ever since. She joined Charlie Hill who, in 1971, killed a state trooper in New Mexico then hijacked a plane to Cuba. These two cop killers join almost seventy | Read More »
Obama rewards a killer of American soldiers
While the biggest concern to most of us in regards to the Iran nuclear talks remains Obama’s aiding Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons, one of the most important items from Iran’s standpoint was the removal of economic sanctions. Not only were these sanctions hurting Iran’s economy and people — the mullahs could give a fat rat’s patootie about that — and it was hurting members | Read More »