Tag Archives: media

Who is supporting this administration?

What difference does it make to Obama?

Good question: who is supporting the Obama administration?

Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have. – Saul Alinsky, “Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals,” p. 126

As the amnesty debate rages on, one has to ask: Why is it so important to this criminal administration to give a license to illegals to come into America? While most Americans are under the delusion that people favor this administration, the real question is, who exactly supports Barack Hussein Obama? Let’s go down memory lane and recollect just who (so you’ve been told) gives him all this support.

Media sleight of hand

The New York Times: suffused with Walter Duranty Syndrome

The fact stands true that if you’re not careful, the media will have you hating those that are being attacked and loving those that are doing the attacking.

Grounded talking-head conservatives

Has conservative salt losts its savor?


Compromise: An agreement between two men to do what both agree is wrong. – Lord Edward Cecil

The American people are inundated on a daily basis with unlawful bills being presented, passed, or signed by Obama. Meanwhile, scandals pop up all over the place around the administration…and instead of taking responsibility for his actions, Obama uses millions of tax-payer dollars to take a family vacation to Africa. The long train of abuses by the Obama administration has the American people in an outrage. And rightly so.

Edward Snowden and liberal hypocrisy

Moscow: likely refuge of Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden has lately shown poor judgment. And he either has “non-classical” notions of “liberty,” or else cannot always discern which societies are truly free. But his liberal critics show themselves hypocritical in the extreme. And some practice the most dangerous form of hypocrisy: selective application of the law.

Trust the government?

Patrick Henry did not trust the government!

Can we trust the government? Should we ever trust the government? How indeed can we trust the government when the government does not trust us? Even if we could, we can’t anymore – because this government has broken that trust.

Eric Holder flops

Eric Holder asks what other Attorney General came in for his kind of treatment. He's got to be kidding.

Eric Holder treated his friends in the media abominably over the last several months. So he tried to make it up to them with a private party. He might have known that more than half of them would never want to be alone with him behind a closed door ever again. And that’s exactly what they told him.

Lois Lerner takes the Fifth

Obamacare brought two circuits to a crossroads of the Constitution

Lois Lerner, the IRS official in charge of vetting tax-exemption applications, pleaded the Fifth Amendment yesterday. Besides botching her taking of the Fifth, she displayed an arrogant – and hypocritical – attitude.

James Rosen case: we are all Becket

James Rosen reminds us: we are all Thomas Becket today.

Four years ago, James Rosen, Fox News Washington Bureau chief, involved himself in a leak of classified information. Only this time the Justice Department told a court they were ready to prosecute, not Rosen’s source, but James Rosen himself. Was this a ruse to get evidence against his source? That does not matter. What matters is that the so-called Justice Department set a precedent for prosecuting a reporter for doing no more than his job under the First Amendment.

Kermit Gosnell: logical end of abortion

In loving memory of the innocent victims of abortion

Kermit Gosnell, MD, is today’s poster boy for abortion. Wanted poster, that is. Wanted for practicing his trade in the foulest way anyone can remember seeing. Wanted for running a slaughterhouse out of a 1960s horror movie.

Saudi national: cover-up?

Boston aftermath - and set-up

On the day of the Boston Marathon Bombing, a certain Saudi national ran from the scene and landed in the hospital with bad burns. At first he was the only “person of interest.” Then authorities searched his apartment and then pronounced him “clean.” And on Wednesday night came word that authorities will deport him, perhaps tomorrow. On national security grounds.