Fareed Zakaria seems fine with white people killing themselves
White, middle class Americans are dying at a much faster rate than any other group, and Fareed Zakaria knows exactly why: The welfare state is not large enough and we still hold on to this misguided belief in the American Dream. In fact, he specifically cites Europe’s much larger welfare state as a template we should look at for our own use. Zakaria writes all | Read More »
Ted Cruz Trolls The Washington Post And The New York Times
Yesterday, a “cartoonist” for the Washington Post named Ann Telnaes drew a particularly vile cartoon in which she depicted ‘s two daughters as monkeys. The Washington Post subsequently pulled the cartoon but managed to do so without a word of apology to Cruz or his wife or the girls. Truly a class act they have going there. (See RedState coverage of that cartoon here | | Read More »
Philip Bump is a Hack. Clinton’s email was at risk.
Philip Bump, Washington Post reporter, is ready to criticize or talk down every candidate for President not named Hillary Clinton. But her, he’s ready to stick up for. He claims that “our technical ignorance” is hurting her. Sorry, I’m not technically ignorant. I’ve personally set up email servers from scratch. And Hillary Clinton was negligent in keeping her email on servers far below the appropriate | Read More »
Jennifer Rubin praises Boehner’s “Act of Selflessness”
Jennifer Rubin, who according to the Washington Post offers “reported opinion from a conservative perspective,” has proclaimed that ‘s notice of resignation is an act of selflessness. Be warned, this is a take that is so hot, it actually causes you physical pain. Please wear protective eyewear and gloves before reading just these two paragraphs. In an era of egomaniacs and fire-breathing rabble-rousers, this was an | Read More »
WaPo Editorial Page Editor upset about the Syria crisis the WaPo helped spark.
As I said this weekend: “I would appreciate it if everybody who voted for Barack Obama think thrice before offering an opinion on the Syria refugee crisis.” That includes the Washington Post as a corporate entity.
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Washington Post channels Kelly Osbourne on immigration
So Donald Trump has released an immigration plan. I’d be lying if I said that I like all of it but I like the predicates he announces for any immigration plan. 1. A nation without borders is not a nation. There must be a wall across the southern border. 2. A nation without laws is not a nation. Laws passed in accordance with our Constitutional | Read More »
WaPo: Three Pinocchios for Planned Parenthood’s “3 Percent” Abortion Lie
Planned Parenthood has long been able to promulgate its 3% abortion lie, and the mainstream media has eaten it up hook line and sinker, not once questioning the veracity of the largest abortion provider in the U.S.
That is all changing.
Today, the Washington Post – no friend to the pro-life movement – lobbed the first salvo at Planned Parenthood’s unbreachable – and equally absurd – assertion, bluntly concluding that Planned Parenthood is “misleading,” “using meaningless and incomplete comparisons to make their argument, and the public should wary . . . .”
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The Casual Racism of the Left
Both The Washington Post and The New Republic have something in common – Bobby Jindal just isn’t Indian enough. From WaPo yesterday: As a child, he announced he wanted to go by the name Bobby, after a character in “The Brady Bunch.” He converted from Hinduism to Christianity as a teen and was later baptized a Catholic as a student at Brown University — making | Read More »
Washington Post Reporter Aaron C. Davis Uses the Language of Slavery to Refer to Republicans
Washington, D.C. is a federal district, meaning it’s laws have to be approved by Congress. There has been delegation by Congress to Washington’s City Council, but Congress can stop things. One of those things is abortion legislation that threatens to undermine religious charities in the city. The Washington Post’s Aaron C. Davis wrote about the legislation and, at a time of racial discussions across the | Read More »
Liberalism Is Lethal – Baltimore Proves It
If Progressivism makes so much gosh-darned progress, then please explain to me why Freddie Gray drank his water from leaden plumbing. His family is suing the city. Their child is dead. They probably voted repeatedly for the people that helped make their own city a killing ground worth of Al-Anbar Province in Iraq. Here’s a brief bio of Freddie Gray that appeared in The Washington | Read More »
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The Republicans in 2016 Are DOOMED!!!!!!
Every once in a while you stumble into a news cycle and think, “This cannot be a coincidence.” As news reports bring word that Hillary Clinton is still refusing to answer questions from the press, Ramadi falls to ISIS, and things just aren’t going well for the Democrats right now, fear not. The press steps in with its usual “The GOP is doomed” headlines. We | Read More »
Washington Post gossip columnist ignored National Anthem
This is to be expected. During the playing of the National Anthem at the White House Correspondents Dinner, Washington Post gossip columnist Helena Andrews was caught by CNN busily texting. Shortly after President Barack Obama arrived on the stage for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the band began to play the National Anthem. First Lady Michelle Obama was seen singing every word as the | Read More »
Matt Micciche, Friends School of Baltimore, and the Intolerant Left
The Washington Post ran a profile the other day of my friend Ryan Anderson. Ryan is perhaps the leading voice in the country in support of traditional marriage. He makes a very forceful, but also very civil argument, in defense of it. His work has been quoted by members of the United States Supreme Court. Ryan is one of the politest people you will meet | Read More »
Media suddenly interested in vetting candidates’ college years
Scott Walker has come from out of nowhere (if you weren’t paying attention), survived three elections in four years as a Republican in a blue state, and is making waves with statements and policies that drive the Left insane. However, there is one thing that makes Walker different from other potential presidential candidates – he never finished college. And, the college life of a presidential | Read More »