April 9, 2012
Voter fraud is easy

Wow. I can’t believe this actually worked. James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas does it again That’s right. A poll worker was prepared to hand the ballot of the Attorney General of the United States to someone else. The guy didn’t even look like Eric Holder. If it’s that easy to get Holder’s ballot, it probably isn’t […]

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April 4, 2012
Politifraud, again

The Fraud-O-Meter weighed in today on comments made yesterday by his fraudulency, President Barack Obama, regarding Ronald Reagan. Obama’s statement that Ronald Reagan “understood repeatedly that when the deficit started to get out of control, that for him to make a deal he would have to propose both spending cuts and tax increases.” Politifraud rates […]

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March 29, 2012

President Obama certainly knows how to generate bipartisanship in Washington. The House voted 414-0 to reject his budget. The leadership thing; he's not so hot at that.

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March 27, 2012
Also known as “Promise Kept”

Politifraud, the self-appointed arbiter of “truth” has graded House Speaker John Boehner’s promise that he would fly commercial, unlike his predecessor, Democrat Nancy Pelosi who famously acted as though the U.S. Air Force was her own private airline. The grade from Politifact: “In the works.” Here’s their research: His spokesman, Michael Steel, told The Hill […]

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March 21, 2012
Chu got to be kidding me

Energy Secretary Steven Chu is a very smart scientist. He’s a piss-poor manager. Just a week after the GAO gave his agency an 85 percent failure rate [PDF Format] when it came to following the proper procedures for awarding loan guarantees to companies such as Solyndra, Beacon Power and EnerDel, Chu was up on Capitol […]

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March 18, 2012
Willfully dishonest

Late last month The Washington Post decided to make a cause célèbre out of the case of a woman who was denied communion [PDF format] at her mother’s funeral. At the bottom of the front page was a sympathetic story of how heart-broken Johnson was. Oh, by the way, Johnson had talked to the priest […]

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March 14, 2012
Inspiring confidence in the troops

When I saw this, my jaw just dropped. In a sign of the nervousness surrounding Mr. Panetta’s trip, the Marines and other troops who were waiting in a tent for the defense secretary to speak were abruptly asked by their commander to get up, place their weapons — M-16 and M-4 automatic rifles and 9-mm […]

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March 12, 2012
Soledad O’Brien’s journalistic malpractice

  When this originally hit the media last week, I was more than a little unimpressed by the whole thing. Breitbart.com had acquired a tape of then-law student Barack Obama praising Harvard Law professor Derrick Bell. Bell is the originator of Critical Race Theory which posits basically that the white man, in league with the […]

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March 11, 2012
Unwise prosecution

Thursday, attention whore lawyer Gloria Allred sent a letter to the state’s attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida, demanding the prosecution of Rush Limbaugh for his comments on Sandra “Thug” Fluke. The statute stipulates that anyone who “speaks of and concerning any woman, married or unmarried, falsely and maliciously imputing to her a want of […]

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March 5, 2012
Sandra Fluke, fascist

I’ve been stewing this past week over Sandra Fluke’s insistence that people who are morally opposed to abortion, birth control or sterilization pay for it. That’s what this is about. It isn’t about “women’s health.” It’s about imposing her views on those who oppose it. In a sideshow before Democrats in Congress, Fluke complained that […]

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Perfectly said: “It’s not that the statue had become unworthy of the museum. It’s that the museum had become unworthy of the statue. “ https://www.nysun.com/editorials/theodore-roosevelt-back-to-the-badlands/91960/

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