Clinton, Yamamoto and the Gutting of American Military Muscle
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the failed Obama-Clinton foreign policy, waking a sleeping giant and the long-term impact of Obama’s systematic dismantling of our military.
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The Rehabilitation of the Retreads
To the chagrin of many conservative activists, two of the more prominent figures on the 2012 campaign trail are giving every indication of running again and are getting a lot of attention from the media. The first is Texas Governor Rick Perry, who has used a series of impressive appearances dealing with the border crisis to vault himself back into the national spotlight, where he | Read More »
Libya Implodes While the Press Fiddles
It seems like almost forever in one sense since the media were treating American citizens to literally daily updates with the number of people killed in terrorist attacks in Iraq. Every IED explosion, every infrastructure failure, every rise in terrorist activity was the subject of a major feature splash. During the course of the 2008 election, the Republican candidates were repeatedly beaten about the head | Read More »
See Ya Later, I’m Voting Vader
Stumping In The Snow Ahead of The New Hampshire Primary So you’re tired of the hypocrites and the 3rd party types that flame out. I could empathize. I endorsed Rick Santorum on what I believed to be his comparative merits in 2012. I cried in my pitcher Newcastle Brown when SMOD burned up somewhere above the Tropopause. For those of you | Read More »
Ted Cruz, Hillary and the meaning of #MSSEN
Senator Ted Cruz’s appearance and call for an investigation into the Mississippi Senate GOP Primary race on Mark Levin’s show the other night; will come to represent what Mike Huckabee thought he was doing, in his “This could be a Mount Carmel moment” interjection after then Congressman Akin inserted his political foot in his mouth in the 2012 Missouri senate race. It wasn’t such a | Read More »
Republican Fantasy Fan Porn vs. Democrat Fantasy Fan Porn
There is a dark undercurrent in the Harry Potter world. Abnormal and obsessed fans generate fan pornography based on the fantasized love interests in Harry Potter. Yes, be as disturbed as I was to learn this. But Washington politicos do the same. Not a day goes by without some left leaning reporter trotting out new theories about how Hillary Clinton will lead neocons and moderate | Read More »
Hillary’s Stumbles Prove She’s Not the Political Genius Her Husband Was
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Sarah Isgur Flores to discuss the recent stumbles of Hillary Clinton, the political importance of SCOTUS and why Texas BBQ is the best.
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$225,000.00 for Hillary Clinton to Speak at the Univerity of Nevada
They say that conservatives tend to be more charitable. Hillary Clinton tends to take more from charity it seems. She charged $225,000.00 to speak to the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. It’s wonderful she can charge that much, but perhaps she should have cut a deal with the taxpayer funded university. After all, she is deeply concerned about the rising costs of tuition for | Read More »
The Latest in the Hillary Clinton Fantasy Porn Genre: The Neo-Cons Are Coming
This crap is going to be insufferable over the next few years. A whole new genre of political writing has started — the Hillary Clinton fantasy porn genre. In the latest, brought to us by Jacob Heilbrunn, the neoconservatives are going to come out for Hillary Clinton. Seriously. Much of it is predicated on a Rand Paul nomination for the GOP, which is not exactly | Read More »
Hillary Clinton: $100 million doesn’t make us “truly well off.”
It is becoming difficult to believe that Hillary Clinton is actually going to run for president in 2016. Her disastrous tenure as Secretary of State is coming home to roost in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Russia, Poland, and any other country that dealt with the United States from 2009 through 2012. Her book isn’t selling all that well and her book tour has produced some insights | Read More »
The Daily Beast interviews rape victim from 1975 court case involving Hillary Clinton as defense attorney.
Hillary Clinton apparently is remarkably lacking shame for doing something that would probably have kept me up at night for a decade.
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The joke’s on CNN and Hillary: nobody watched their Town Hall
The joke’s on CNN, Hillary, and all her sycophants. Last night’s ratings show Fox News The Five with more audience than Hillary’s Town Hall, MSNBC and Headline News combined (and 50% to spare).
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Sure, Hillary Clinton should promise to fulfill Barack Obama’s legacy!
I don’t really want* to fisk this article on how Hillary Clinton should run on a platform of being Barack Obama’s third term – she totally should, by the way – but it’s hard not to fisk when somebody leads off with a sentence this interruptible. So let me just interject, the one time: Conventional wisdom has it that President Obama’s middling poll numbers will be | Read More »
Long hot summer for the White House, why not a national vacation?
Summer doldrums is here. That time between the end of basketball and hockey season, and before football season starts, when lazy baseball games stretch on, the days are long, and everyone takes their vacations. There’s plenty of reasons the Obama White House would like us to just forget the next two months and take a national vacation.
ICYMI, let’s review the White House’s woe-list:
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