Salon’s sad attempt at smearing the Right wrt Kermit Gosnell.
Now, I understand that this Alex Seitz-Wald fellow wishes to a) distract and b) infuriate the Right by repeating the bald-faced lie that conservatives only covered the Kermit Gosnell stories in the last week or so (and it is a bald-faced lie). I will therefore trashcan my previous remarks and thus merely note that if Salon is going to talk about how conservatives supposedly did or | Read More »
Salon’s Joan Walsh: Predictable and Racist Buffoon
Joan Walsh is nothing if not predictable and super tiring. Oh yeah, and totally racist. Her true racist colors showed once again in her latest article at Salon. The article was meant to attack Newt Gingrich for a statement he made at the Georgia Republican Convention and defended – rightly – afterward on Meet The Press, which further goes to show what an absolute oaf | Read More »
Repeal of ObamaCare in the Senate – Part II
Now that the House has passed H.R. 2, ObamaCare Repeal, by a 245-189 vote, the fight moves to the Senate. I wrote a few days ago Repeal of ObamaCare in the Senate – How to do it and I wanted to further explain how to force a vote in a Senate on H.R. 2 or another measure to repeal every word of ObamaCare. Here is exactly how one | Read More »
Salon’s Joan Walsh lies to her readers.
Stupidly, too. Ace of Spades lays it all out: the short version is that Joan Walsh not only deliberately altered a quote from Obama’s Tucson speech to cut out a passage critical of the Left’s obscene reflex to blame the Tucson shootings on the Right; she then had the unmitigated gall to invite her readers to look to the altered quote as proof that the | Read More »
Pro-Aborts Screech Stay Out Of My Uterus! Unless They Want To Brag About Abortions On Twitter
Pro-abortionists love to give lip service to the “right” to privacy, especially when it concerns fancy wombs. Except for when they wish to take to Twitter and boast about their abortions publicly, apparently. This week, they did just that using the hashtag #ihadanabortion. The alleged reasoning behind such a campaign was to promote empowerment and to take the “stigma” out of, you know, the killing | Read More »
, The Feminist Hawks' Nest
, Tracy Clark-Flory
, Washington Post