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    Bill Clinton, sex slaves, and the 2016 campaign

    The 2016 campaign is getting into full swing and there are two things that are certain. The first is that Hillary Clinton is trying to clear the decks for a coronation. In 2008, Clinton proved she had a glass jaw. Her strategy for 2016 seems to be to try to take a page out of the Planned Parenthood playbook and kill her opponents in utero | Read More »

    Army disciplines chaplain for mentioning God

    I served quite a while in the Army as an infantry officer. Generally I look back on my career with deep feelings of affection for the institution that rescued me from life chopping tobacco or working in a furniture mill, but I will concede that the Army is prone to institutional stupidity. When I commanded a rifle company the Army was all hot on its | Read More »

    Louis Gohmert challenges John Boehner for Speaker

    Louis Gohmert challenges John Boehner for Speaker

    Via The Hill: Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Texas) said Sunday that he will challenge John Boehner (R-Ohio) as Speaker in the new Congress. “I’m putting my name out there today to be another candidate for Speaker,” Gohmert said on “Fox and Friends.” Gohmert said that after “years of broken promises, it’s time for a change. Good for Mr. Gohmert. I don’t know what his chances are of | Read More »

    Does Harry Reid have an amazing secret life?

    Does Harry Reid have an amazing secret life?

    What the Hell goes on in Harry Reid’s house?

    January 2, 1777: Second Battle of Trenton and a victory preserved

    January 2, 1777: Second Battle of Trenton and a victory preserved

      Most everyone, outside the Obama administration, its supporters, the liberal arts faculty in most major universities, and a disturbing number of high school history teachers, is familiar with Washington’s crossing of the Delaware on the night of December 25-26, 1776, and the stunning surprise victory that ensued in the streets of Trenton, New Jersey. What is often lost in the telling of the narrative | Read More »

    Why it is important that Steve Scalise step down as Majority Whip

    The news has broken that once and future GOP Whip, Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise, spoke at conference hosted by the group founded by Louisiana politician and egregious racist David Duke: House Majority Whip Steve Scalise spoke to a gathering of white nationalists in 2002, his office confirmed on Monday. Mr. Scalise, then a Louisiana state legislator, spoke to a suburban New Orleans conference of an organization founded by former | Read More »

    Parochial school teacher fired for violating Church doctrine; awarded $2 million in damages

    We’ve noted for a while, under the rubric “you will be made to care,” the fact that people of faith no longer have the ability to ignore the culture and live their faith unmolested. This is not an accident. It is a deliberate policy of the Obama administration which has reached back into history to the administration of another socialist president, Franklin Roosevelt, for guidance | Read More »

    December 23, 1941: The Last Dead of Pearl Harbor

    December 23, 1941: The Last Dead of Pearl Harbor

    Every once in a while I, and my colleagues, take a break from bringing Writs of Fire and Sword to the Democrats and write about something that interests us personally. This is one of those occasions. Up until recent years, after progressives gained control of academia, most Americans knew that the Japanese bombed the US military complex at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941, and | Read More »

    Obama very concerned about murder of NYC cops

    Obama very concerned about murder of NYC cops

    Via the Twitter timeline of some guy at BuzzFeed Obama briefed on shooting of two NYPD officers in Brooklyn, per WH poorer. pic.twitter.com/VyCrcUwyBF — Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) December 21, 2014 From his first days in office, Barack Obama has made it one of his objectives to use race relations as a wedge for political purposes. It started with the beer summit and it has metastasized | Read More »

    Obama’s foreign policy enters 12-step program

    One of the axioms for anyone entering a twelve-step program such as that pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous is that first the participant must have hit rock bottom The concept of rock bottom is important in the 12 steps and treatment in general because it serves as a touch stone and a reminder. Addicts and alcoholics are very good at altering the world they see to | Read More »

    Obama sends 1,000 paratroopers to Iraq to provide advice

    Despite his repeated assertions that there will be no new US ground involvement in Iraq, Obama has definitely entered slippery slope territory. About 1,000 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division will deploy to Iraq in late January, the Defense Department announced Friday. The soldiers from 3rd Brigade Combat Team will train, advise and assist Iraqi security forces as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, said Pentagon | Read More »

    Michelle Obama’s lie about racism at Target

    Barack and Michelle Obama took to that pages of People Magazine to talk about their personal experiences with racism (The Obamas: How We Deal with Our Own Racist Experiences). Barack Obama, you know, who lived with communists and convicted terrorists in the dangerous and downtrodden Hyde Park area of Chicago — which Michelle refers to as Southside Chicago — was battered by the evil of racism: | Read More »

    IRS Commissioner: cutting our budget means civilization is doomed

    Bad news. The IRS says it may have to furlough workers because it doesn’t have enough money to operate. The IRS is considering its own temporary shutdown due to recent budget cuts enacted by Congress, its chief said Thursday. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said furloughs — forced unpaid days off for employees as part of an IRS closure — is one idea reluctantly being tossed | Read More »

    The Empire Strikes Back: Jeff Sessions out as Budget Committee Chair

    Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is out as chair of the Senate Budget Committee. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) is giving up his bid to become the next Budget Committee chairman — deferring to Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) and eliminating the only competitive chairmanship battle in the incoming GOP Senate majority. Sessions has been the panel’s top Republican for the past four years but Enzi technically retains seniority over the | Read More »

    Obama’s Cuba deal frees a murderer

    Obama's Cuba deal frees a murderer

    One of the features of Obama’s unilateral decision to skirt federal law and expand diplomatic and commercial ties with Cuba was that, along with a clutch of spies, he released a convicted murderer. On February 24, 1996, three unarmed private aircraft piloted by men belong to the anti-Castro humanitarian group, Brothers to the Rescue, were making a routine flight outside Cuban territorial waters and airspace | Read More »