Live Action: Gosnell Isn’t Alone
Gosnell is an outlier. Gosnell is the end result of anti-choice legislation. More Gosnells will be created if abortions are outlawed, and pro-lifers hate women. These were the many talking points pushed by the pro-abortion crowd when conservatives put Dr. Kermt Gosnell – and his Philadelphia abortion clinic – back into the limelight. Now, Live Action has released a new video after a six-month investigation exposing how Gosnell isn’t alone when | Read More »
Planned Parenthood’s abortions in 2012 were 333,964 babies; “You’re making me blush” – Barack Obama
Obama’s arrogance has led him to the height of blasphemy–Invoking God’s blessing on those who are wantonly killing unborn children for a profit. Did you know that Planned Parenthood killed 333,964 babies by abortion in 2012. They must be happy because this is a record year for them, where they were able to kill more babies than last year. Planned Parenthood’s 333,964 abortions in 2012 | Read More »
Faith, love, and children
President Obama became the first sitting president to address Planned Parenthood on Friday. Not surprisingly, he didn’t have anything to say about Kermit Gosnell, or the wave of medical emergencies at abortion clinics, or the sex-selection abortions Live Action discovered at Planned Parenthood. Obama didn’t even use the word “abortion” in his speech. Abortion is so wonderful that even the most strident abortion radical ever | Read More »
Republicans and Democrats in Washington Conspire to Exempt Themselves from Obamacare
If this happens, the nation needs to collectively march on Washington, DC, burn it to the ground, and spread salt over the ground.According to the Politico, in super secret “high-level, confidential talks”, Harry Reid, John Boehner, the Obama administration, and other lawmakers are working to exempt themselves and their staffs from Obamacare.They want to rush it through, probably sneaking it through on some other legislation | Read More »
Obamanomics: Spending $2.5 million per job created, losing half a million on each car sold
More wild and crazy adventures in Barack Obama’s command economy, courtesy of the Washington Examiner: It’s more than a little disheartening when the chief executive officer of one of America’s most storied Fortune 500 corporations is “comfortable” with the fact that his company created a mere 10 jobs with a $25 million grant under President Obama’s economic stimulus program in 2010. The CEO in question is | Read More »
Obama visits Texas but not West, Texas
As reigning monarch over the burgeoning American Empire, Barack Obama finds his schedule jam-packed. He has to prioritize. It’s vital that he not get spread too thin. It’s tough being king, but somehow David “Tax-Day” Axelrod helps keep him straight.
For example: Barack Obama found time to address a yearning nation after the Boston Marathon Terror Attack. He couldn’t find one day for attending Lady Thatcher’s memorial service over in Jolly Old England. Another example: Barack Obama has no time in his busy schedule to visit the suffering town of West, TX where a fertilizer plant went sky-high in a tragic industrial accident. He does, however have plenty of time to !FUNDRAISE! in west Texas. Kieth Koffler gives us his majesty’s priorities below.
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President Obama is still not scheduled to visit the devastated community of West, Texas, where an explosion at a fertilizer plant five days ago killed 14 – including 11 emergency responders – and wounded approximately 200 people. Up to 75 homes were damaged, as well as an apartment complex that was decimated. Obama so far has sent prayers and money to the town, but not himself.
Obama’s Labor Department Nominee Is The Embarrassing Gift That Keeps Giving
If the Senate goes ahead and confirms Perez, one thing is certain: The ammunition he gives will be fodder for business writers and bloggers for the next several years. For the Obama Administration, Perez will turn out to be the embarrassing gift that just keeps on giving.
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What Christian video provoked latest terrorist attack on Obama’s watch?
And at what Ivy League school will the surviving Boston Bombing “religion of peace” terrorist be named professor upon his release from prison? Or will the Left demand that charge be dropped against him since he wasn’t Mirandized soon enough after he was captured by police? After all, months from now, can’t we be confident that the “What-difference-at-this-point-does-it-make?-wisdom” of the smartest woman on the planet and first | Read More »
No Intelligence Briefing For Obama After Boston Terrorist Attack
Even with details slowly coming to light – although it seems that the trail has gone cold – you would think the president would have an intelligence briefing. Nope. And most of the events today barred the press. This isn’t the first time Obama has skipped on intel. briefings after terrorist attacks.
John Boehner, Mitch McConnell should attend Margaret Thatcher’s funeral.
The President can’t be bothered to go himself, you see. Or – and this is the actually offensive part – send anybody currently from the administration. Whitehall sources have revealed that the US delegation at tomorrow’s service in St Paul’s Cathedral will be led by two Reagan era secretaries of state: James Baker and George Shultz. Though President Obama himself had not been expected to | Read More »
Tech at Night: Fox confirms my theory about Aereo. CISPA advances.
CISPA continues to remain the big story right now. It’s moving on, though some are concerned that it was effectively renegotiated in back room meetings. It needs scrutiny before passage, I’m thinking. It’s probably a decent but watered-down bill at this point, but let’s look before supporting at this point. We need a good cybersecurity bill, not just any old thing.
Which is exactly what Jay Rockefeller is up to: flailing about, expanding government willy-nilly, in the name of cybersecurity. The SEC? Doing Cybersecurity? Insane.
I like the idea of the Internet Freedom bill, though. The global trend is away from freedom online, and it’s up to us to try to do something about it. The idea that the bill would hurt Net Neutrality is just a bonus.
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Chained CPI and unbound illusions
Tucked into the morass of accounting fraud and tax increases that form the bulk of President Obama’s 2014 budget proposal is an endorsement of “chained CPI,” a new way of using the Consumer Price Index to calculate inflation. It’s one of the few truly serious elements of Obama’s otherwise delusional budget and its $744 billion deficit. (But that’s only half the size of the last | Read More »
PLAYING POLITICS: Obama – “Let’s Make It A Little Harder For Our Kids To Get Gunned Down”
President Obama, you continue to jet around the country using the people’s plane, and the people’s money to drum up anger against Republicans who are doing their job per the Constitution and what the founders of the country set forth. Just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean they have to stop! You want safety in the schools, stop playing politics, alright, then have an | Read More »
Carterism revisited, Thatcherism needed
Kevin Williamson has a great piece at National Review explaining why the Left hates Margaret Thatcher so much. (Enough to throw parties celebrating her death, followed up by a bit of light rioting and looting.) In short, Williamson says Thatcher earned the undying animosity of the Left by making them look silly, and having a good time doing it. In other words, she challenged their legitimacy. The Left | Read More »
Tech at Night: CISPA to be amended, Patent Trolls attack, Fighting for Spectrum
While it’s true that cybersecurity can be cover for bad proposals, it is true that foreign organized criminal and state-backed attacks are hitting American government and business interests online every day. They’re even stealing large sums of money on a regular basis. This is why we need to address the issue in a serious way. If these attacks were going on at sea, it would be an act of war. Because it’s online, nothing happens? Come on.
Amending CISPA in order to try to get it to pass might be a good idea. If anarchists and other left-libs don’t like it, then it may yet be a good bill after the changes.
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