Murder In Chicago vs. Henry Gates: The Silence and The Fury from the White House
You might recall the NObama moment when he decided to interfere in the arrest of Henry Gates, his professor friend who was arrested for bad-mouthing a policeman, when a neighbor thought that somebody was breaking into Gates’ house. It turned out that Gates himself had broken into his house because he had lost his keys. Gates over-reacted when the police arrived, and went into racial | Read More »
Well, our President took time off from his busy schedule to lend his weight to Chicago’s bid for the 2016 Olympic Games. And fell flat on his face. The games went to Rio de Janeiro instead of Chicago. In fact Chicago had the least votes among the finalists. While Obama no doubt expected to be carried through the city on the shoulders of adulating fans, | Read More »
In Honor of Barack and Michelle’s Sacrifice . . .
We will soon be deluged with excuses that tie Obama’s embarrassing blunder in Denmark to George W. Bush. That is inevitable. But, in honor of the supreme sacrifice of the Obamas and Oprah Winfrey for flying over to take credit for other people’s efforts, I’ve composed a little Top Ten List of the REAL reasons Chicago lost its bid for the Olympics on the first | Read More »
Coalition of American Politicians and Media Figures Declares: IOC rejected Chicago for Olympics Because Obama Is Black
Copenhagen (BH) – Moments after the International Olympic Committee announced that Chicago had been eliminated as a host site for the 2016 Olympic games, a group of US politicians, celebrities, and media figures held a press conference to protest the decision as “based on racism.” The group, which includes two former US Presidents, distributed a release with the headline: “I.O.C. and K.K.K. are not O.K. with the U.S.A.” President Barack Obama, his wife Michelle, and | Read More »
Olympics 2016: an inconvenient truth for the President.
Let me explain what happened here to President Obama with regard to the Olympic bid. One has to make a distinction between the people of the world, and the governments of the world. The people of the world generally like the USA/Americans/the concept of America for one or more of the following reasons: Because we are free; Because we are vulgar; Because we are loud; | Read More »
Fast forward to Obama’s next failure in Copenhagen
Obviously, Barack Obama had a bad day in Copenhagen today with the failure of Chicago’s bid for the Olympics. Of course, many Chicagoans were mixed. (I was negative for a variety of reasons including the inability of the South Side, where I lived for 8 years, to handle the infrastructural requirements) But it is worth pointing out that this story will not go away. In | Read More »
BREAKING: World Rejects Barack Obama. No Chicago Olympics
Hahahahaha.I thought the world would love us more now that Bush was gone.I thought if we whored ourselves out to our enemies, great things would happen.Apparently not.So Obama’s pimped us to every two bit thug and dictator in the world, made promises to half the Olympic committee, and they did not even kiss him.So much for improving America’s standing in the world, Barry O.Maybe now | Read More »
Gun Case Puts Focus on Sotomayor & Future Nominees
The Supreme Court announced today that it will decide, in McDonald v. Chicago, whether the Second Amendment applies to state and local gun laws. That puts the focus on the Court’s newest Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, and on President Obama’s future picks for the Court. Gun owners were alarmed by Sotomayor’s nomination to the Court, because of her “extreme anti-gun philosophy” and record on the Second | Read More »
Supreme Court to hear Chicago gun ban case.
http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/NewsReleases.aspx?ID=12953 Fairfax, Va. — The National Rifle Association applauds the Supreme Court’s decision, announced today, to hear the landmark Second Amendment case of McDonald v. Chicago. The case will address the application of the Second Amendment to the states through either the Due Process clause or the Privileges or Immunities clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The case has major implications for the legality of restrictive | Read More »
The belly of the beast – Chicago
So things around here in Chicago have been *interesting* as of late. According to the Chicago Tribune, Cook County board president Todd Stroger’s approval rating is down to 10%, something with Stroger himself is now furiously disputing. After all, after inheriting the position and scandals related to hiring, as well as imposing a sales tax hike which resulted in the city of Chicago having the | Read More »
Obama is a Leftist Puppet Controlled by ACORN Supporter JPMorgan
It was reported on Wednesday that the TARP-funded Chicago-based JPMorgan, whose CEO Jamie Dimon has been called by Obama ‘his favorite banker’, has given $5 million to the leftist social reform group ACORN. Remember ACORN is accused of operating what this program is called a shell game and some members of Congress have called ACORN ‘a criminal enterprise that funnels government money between its 361 | Read More »
The City of Chicago government will be closed today for lack of funds.
No, really. If you planned to check out a library book, visit a city clinic or have your garbage picked up on Monday, you’re out of luck. The City of Chicago is basically closed for business on Aug. 17, a reduced-service day in which most city employees are off without pay. City Hall, public libraries, health clinics and most city offices will be closed. They | Read More »
TOTUS Reports from Chicago after Break-In
I wouldn’t normally post just a link but this is hysterical!! Get ready to ROFL!! Pulling a Gates So last night, while we were in Chicago at a Democrat fundraising event, Big Guy decided to drive by the old homestead, pick up the mail that has been making a big pile in the middle of the foyer for the past six months, and make sure | Read More »
City of Chicago Fireworks Show: No Patriotic Songs Needed
So when you think Independence Day fireworks audio productions do you think of John Mellencamp, Kid Rock, and Neil Diamond as the musical accompaniment? Apparently the City of Chicago did. Either that, or the City of Chicago didn’t care enough about the patriotism inherent in an Independence Day fireworks show to make sure that the radio station they farmed the job out to bothered to | Read More »