When I was in middle school, a very smart teacher (who I’m sure now was probably conservative) gave us a small project. We were to bring in a newspaper page and look for the words that might indicate opinion. Sprinkled throughout stories written as “news reports” were hints at the author’s opinion on the matter; and if you didn’t read carefully, a reporter could lead | Read More »
Earlier this year, Live Action launched their Inhuman campaign, which highlighted the gruesome details of the late-term abortion industry. In their various investigations across the country, Live Action exposed doctors admitting that they would not care for infants born alive. That’s a violation of federal law. Also, the gross misinformation they disseminate to their patients concerning the truth about fetal pain. All of this was made | Read More »
TOURE NEBLETT: Let’s just look at members who are supporting this Landrieu bill, right. Mary Landrieu from a red state. Senator Kay Hagan from a red state. Joe Manchin from a red state. Senator Pryor from a red state. Senator Mark Begich from a red state. Do you notice anything? We see red state Democrats who are dealing with the challenge of living and governing in a gerrymandered world where sometimes they have to deal with what the folks on the right – very low support from the Republican side for this – what the folks on the right want.
I’ve hated gerrymandering for years and wished someone would write an algorithm to draw Congressional Districts that would just about make it impossible. Perhaps I should feel vindicated that a cracker-jack pundit on MSNBC is seeing things my way. Here’s Toure Neblett getting religion on gerrymandering. It’s just that there are two problems. One, you can’t gerrymander a Senate District. The 2nd, more serious problem is his attitude.
There was an interesting comment made by Rush Limbaugh on his radio show today: RUSH: I know. In a way I’m conflicted, because you say — and I know what you mean — that he’s getting away with it. And, yeah, where we are certainly means he’s gotten away with it. I have to catch myself sometimes and grab myself before I get too far | Read More »
First, I would say that in a sane world a person associated so much with the Benghazi terrorist attacks and the lying that took place afterwards would never be able to show themselves in public again, let alone run for the presidency. But we don’t live in a sane world so the Hillary 2016 express is prepping in the station. On the GOP side of | Read More »
Conservatives knew Obamacare was a massive federal power grab. We knew it would be a disaster, but I don’t think anyone had any idea that it would be this much of an epic fail. After all, this is Obama. The media savant who apparently can’t build a functioning website. Nevertheless, Obamacare’s butcher’s bill has been growing; millions have lost their insurance; and the amount of | Read More »
After Ken Cuccinelli ended Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling’s aspirations to become Virginia’s next governor, he remained idle; refusing to endorse Cuccinelli when he officially clinched the Republican nomination for governor. As the race progressed, the Republican donor base in Virginia went AWOL. In the end, it contributed to Ken Cuccinelli’s sinking campaign. Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist, wrote today that typically donors are aligned with the | Read More »
Wendy Davis is hilarious; she could have a future in stand-up comedy. I mean, deliberately lying to voters is just something that never happens in the Age of Obama. Oh wait; he lied – and 93 million Americans lost their insurance. Ok, I guess it’s really not a funny joke, but neither is trying to defend your penchant for infanticide in America. Davis, a Democrat, | Read More »
Last night’s loss to Democrat Terry McAuliffe was tough to swallow. The infinitely better man, Republican Ken Cuccinelli, lost by 54,946 votes. Yet, it wasn’t because he was “too conservative;” that’s the one thing I don’t want to hear concerning why he lost. Simply, Ken Cuccinelli ran a bad campaign. For one thing, he failed to fight hard for the issues that have worked in his | Read More »
Valerie Jarrett, Jay Carney and Kathleen Sebelius had already launched the demonization of insurance cos.-defense to cover President Obama for his lying guarantee that Americans could keep doctors and insurance policies they liked. Now comes the blue-dress-as-old-news equivalence. Of course, ongoing month-long problems with the HealthCare.gov website that haven’t been solved remains “news” and we suspect that the faithful Episcopalian on Bret Baier’s Special Report | Read More »
Congressman Steve Scalise (R- La.) wants you to share your Obamacare story. Why? Well, he decided to enroll in Obamacare and took him nearly two hours to make an account – only to be kicked out because his identity couldn’t be “verified.” As a result, he couldn’t even get a price quote. In the time he spent grappling with the Obamacare website, the congressman was | Read More »
For conservatives, Republicans, and fellow defenders of freedom, it’s time to face reality; Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat, will be our next governor. No, I’m not referring to the Rasmussen poll, which had McAuliffe up by an absurd seventeen points; Rasmussen hasn’t been the most accurate gauge in VA politics, but the Quinnipiac poll has Terry with a strong seven point lead. In fact, most polls show McAuliffe leading | Read More »
So, did Republicans win the battle over Obamacare after all? The government was shutdown for a little over two weeks due to budgetary differences, specifically over Obamacare. On the eve of the shutdown, Sen. Harry Reid talked the president out of negotiating with Republicans. Reid also rejected a conference committee by House Republicans to resolve the matter. Inside the White House, Dan Pfeiffer, a senior adviser to | Read More »
Yesterday, I covered the Millions Vet march, which was a great rally urging this administration to re-open the Veterans memorials. Did I see any confederates? No. Yet, there was ONE person that waved a Confederate flag, which has the liberal media foaming at the mouth. Is this the best thing to do at a Veterans rally? No. Does it create bad optics? Possibly. No, it | Read More »
America’s veterans were fed up with the president’s vindictive closing of the war memorials. They rallied at the World War II memorial around 9am on October 13. In a statement posted on Facebook by the group organizing the event, it stated that To shut down the memorials to our Veterans is the greatest dishonor to Americans who have gallantly served on the field of battle and those that have | Read More »