Monthly Archives: January 2013

Thomas Sowell — Shouting Louder

An old-time trial lawyer once said, “When your case is weak, shout louder!” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shouted louder when asked about the Obama administration’s story last fall that the September 11th attack on the U.S. ambassador’s quarters in … Continue reading

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George Will — Recipe for Conservative Revival

Happy days are not here again, but they are coming for conservatives. Barack Obama – with the lowest approval rating (according to Gallup, 50 percent, four points lower than that of the National Rifle Association) of any reelected president when … Continue reading

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Bill Whittle — Barack Obama’s Hidden Past in 3 Videos

Bill Whittle makes more sense in these 3 videos which are the parts of Barack Obama’s Hidden Past than anything else I have read or seen. As a child he was brought up in a way that truly makes him … Continue reading

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Bill Whittle — Outrage

Another interesting video by Bill Whittle!      

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George Will — Sign of overreach: A case that abuses First and Fifth Amendments

NORFOLK— A drearily familiar dialectic is on display here: Government is behaving badly in order to silence protests of other bad behavior. It is violating the Constitution’s First Amendment, stifling speech about its violation of the Fifth Amendment, as it … Continue reading

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Blah Blah Oblahma at his very best!

This YouTube video reminds me of Blah Blah Oblahma talking without his teleprompters. Most of this dialogue makes about as much sense as Oblahma’s  continuous pontificating! 

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Ann Coulter — Ending gun violence requires commitment, not all of it voluntary

The good news is: Obama and the Senate Democrats have no intention of passing more idiotic gun legislation in response to the Newtown massacre. The bad news is that they also have no intention of passing any legislation about the … Continue reading

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