Is God For America?
Proverbs 14:34 I think lays it out perfectly: “Righteousness exalts a nation but sin condemns any people” Where is she this, righteous and perfect America that shining city on a hill? Why is America exceptional but so utterly unbalanced within its own borders? Does the world still believe we’re the model nation or are we trying to play the same old record in an iPod | Read More »
I Pray Lizz Winstead Never Has To Experience The Loss Of A Child: The Ghost Man Roasteth The Bat Crazy Lib Astrocreep
Lizz Winstead is best known for being the head writer and co-creator of the Daily Show on Comedy Central; you know the one with Jon Stewart. Look I’m not going to call for some silly boycott or anything like that because I absolutely support Ms. Winstead’s freedom of speech and her right to be an insensitive jack hole. She is in fact an insensitive jack | Read More »
Is President Obama A Liar?
Thought of the day: Buzz or howl under the influence of heat There seems to be a sort of conventional wisdom that has developed from the latest scandals plaguing the Obama administration: That despite at the very least some ineptitude on his part, overall President Obama’s hands on involvement in the IRS scandal in particular is highly unlikely and that it looks as though the | Read More »
Jason Chaffetz’s Irresponsible Talk Of Impeachment Being An Option On The Table
The Republican Congressman from Utah Jason Chaffetz said something very irresponsible during an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN yesterday. He said while it’s not his ultimate goal impeachment is still an option he’s willing to leave on the table when it comes to President Obama and Benghazi. Jason Chaffetz is a moron, not because he’s stupid, but because he said something only a moron | Read More »
Is It Time To Abolish The IRS?
Remember Irwin R. Schyster aka “IRS”? He was a wrestler for the WWF back in the early 1990′s. He wore a short sleeved white collar shirt with a red tie and suspenders and he carried a brown brief case. Maybe not, I was just taking a little trip down memory lane. Anyhow, is it time to abolish the Internal Revenue Service? Or is it more | Read More »
When Arrogance Rules A Nation: When Government Feels Untouchable/The Ego Monster
I love the movie the ‘Untouchables’ with Kevin Costner and Robert De Niro. De Niro and Sean Connery carried that film, and just added on to what was otherwise a very solid outing by Brian De Palma who by the way never gets the proper just due he deserves. I mean Mission Impossible was a great film and usually I’ve not been the biggest fan | Read More »
President Obama: “Scope and Range”
“Scope and Range” would have been a cooler campaign theme to be honest. The scope of President Obama’s imperial tendencies, the tentacles of this administration seeping into the fabric like cat urine, curling around every corner like a telephone cord. From Drones to Benghazi, the IRS, unconstitutional appointments on a labor relations panel, Solyndra, Fast and Furious (not the movie but Michelle Rodriguez is just, | Read More »
The latest scandal coming down the pike might be the most damning to the current administration. The Internal Revenue Service has been caught with their finger up their nose for targeting groups politically opposed to the president’s legislative agenda. Said groups containing the words “Patriot”, “Constitution” , as well as many Tea Party organizations were under investigation by the IRS. Now if you’re Carl Bernstein | Read More »
If Hillary Clinton Were A White Male Republican Secretary Of State
Thought of the day: “Psychic spies from China try to steal your mind’s elation, little girls from Sweden dream of silver screen quotations, and if you want these kind of dreams it’s Californication” …Okay let’s begin- If Hillary Clinton were a white male, Republican, working for a Republican president ther’es no question the media would have long gotten to the bottom of the Benghazi scandal | Read More »
A Mark Sanford Victory In South Carolina Is Nothing To Be Proud Of
I know I’m beating a dead horse because Mark Sanford defeated Stephen Colbert’s sister in a special election held in South Carolina. It seems the former governor will have a second act as he returns to the House of Representatives for the first time in nineteen years. Conservatives not just in South Carolina but across the country I assume will breathe a sigh of relief | Read More »