‘How do you kill 11 million people?’When the voting public is uninterested, uninvolved and too lazy to actually go beneath the surface of a candidate in order to vet him or her…And when the media is complicit in the process…And when the candi…
Continue reading Must Watch Video: How Obama Was Elected Not Once But Twice!
Barack Obama is very possibly the worst US President of all time but, because of that fact, he is a great source of political humor.The downside for the country is that in return for being such a great humor source he is very possibly the worst US Pres…
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One of the things that Rick Perry hasn’t gotten credit for is his moving 1,000 National Guardsmen to the Tex-Mex border. It isn’t that people haven’t commented on Gov. Perry’s decision. It’s that there’s been too much second guessing of his decision: The governor is simply trying to grab headlines, White House Press Secretary Josh […]
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Then-Sen. Obama and then-Sen. Hillary Clinton both railed against President Bush’s confrontation of terrorists where they lived. They both preached the gospel of “smart diplomacy.” Six years later, we now know that “smart diplomacy” is just a euphemism for appeasement and retreat, if not outright isolationim. Nowhere is the failure of the Obama-Clinton “smart diplomacy” […]
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Most of the doves who’ve spoken out in favor of the Obama administration’s appeasement policy towards the Russian-Ukrainian war frequently cite the fact that there’s no appetite for the United States to get involved in another war. This isn’t surprising since strawman arguments are President Obama’s specialty. In this instance, though, it’s a non sequitur […]
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Sean Davis’s article utterly demolishes the Left’s argument that the DC Circuit was willing to throw millions of people off health care because of a “drafting error.” Here’s a key portion of Davis’s demolition of that argument: Let’s take a step back to see how plausible that explanation is. There are two types of exchanges: […]
Continue reading Sloppy assumptions, bad laws Part II