OPINIONS: REV. WRIGHT WAS A BETTER MAN THAN OBAMA/HE WAS AN HONEST RACIST
Obama’s Racial Spoils System
The real Barack Obama has emerged: one who hands out tax dollars, pushes policies, and formulates rules and regulations to give preference to black Americans. More
Please, Mr. President, May I Have Some More?
These days conservatives are feeling a lot like little Oliver Twist — asking the President and Congress for more in the way of spending cuts and receiving only rough treatment in return. More
Yes Dorothy, President Obama Is A Very Bad Wizard
Geoffrey P. Hunt
Finally defrocked at his own hand by a pathetic performance in what should have been an unremarkable low profile legislative routine. More
Cloward-Piven Paradise Now?
Combine class warfare, demonizing the rich, getting as many people onto the welfare rolls as possible, and pushing the economic system to collapse and you have a flawless formula for Cloward-Piven 2.0. More
1. SHOCKING VIDEO: Christian Persecution: Muslim rapes Christian Toddler for Failure to Convert to Islam
2. VIDEO: CNN’s Don Lemon And Sen. Rand Paul [R] Clash Over The Tea Party’s Role In The Debt Crisis
3. VIDEO: Senator Rubio [R] Debates Senator Kerry [D] on Senate Floor
4. Atheists’ Lawsuit Against Displaying Ground Zero Cross at 9/11 Museum is Insane
5. VIDEO: UCLA professor’s new book empirically demonstrates liberal media bias
6. Vice President charging Secret Service for cottage rental
7. VIDEO: NBC News’ Most Recent Star, Al Sharpton, as He Carries Out His Host Assignment with Flawless Execution
8. VIDEO: Iranian Woman Blinded, Disfigured by Acid Shows Mercy to Attacker from Receiving the Same Fate
9. VIDEO: ‘Future is up to us’: Israel protest gathers 150,000
10. How Mexican killers got U.S. guns from ‘Fast and Furious’ operation
Tom Marin, Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret)
Over the course of the last several years, some Americans are gradually waking up to the fact that our “essence of being” as a nation and as individuals is under a constant state of attack.
If partisanship in Washington, DC, is the thing that the American people most loathe about the political class in our country, recent debt ceiling debates must make some people furious.
How can the media compare Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik to Naser Jason Abdo, an alleged Islamist terrorist?
Future historians may wonder why the White House failed to focus on the consuming issue of the present time: the economy — and, in particular, jobs.
Bloomberg magazine bemoans dying interest in carbon capture and storage (CCS), while the boss hastens its demise.
How the Obamas (and the Guilty Left) Can Pay More Taxes
Paul B. Matthews
A quick cure for those worried about “not paying their fair share.” More
NOAA’s Climate Office: Precursor to Cap and Trade?
Cap and trade remains a key element in President Obama’s vow of a “fundamental transformation of America,” despite legislative branch setbacks. Now he may have found a way around the Constitution’s checks and balances. More
Using the Military for Politics
August 1, 2011
Last night, Adm. Mullen, an Obama lackey, has warned the military members under his command that they might not get paid. This statement is patently false, unless the Obama Administration decides not to pay the troops More
U.S. Leaders Strike Debt Deal – Mascaro & Hennessey, Los Angeles Times
The President Surrenders – Paul Krugman, New York Times
White House: Lot for Dems to Love in Deal – Sam Youngman, The Hill
Satan Sandwiches and House Democrats – John Podhoretz, Commentary
How the Tea Party Won the Deal – Peter Beinart, The Daily Beast
Obama Hurt by Debt Debate – George Condon, National Journal
Heroes, Sidekicks Do What Obama Can’t – John Sununu, Boston Globe
The GOP’s Extortion Politics – Steve Benen, Washington Monthly
Boehner’s Skillful Handling a Win for GOP – Michael Medved, Daily Beast
Capitulation or Cagey Move by Obama? – Wallsten & Nakamura, Wash Post
Whatever Comes Next, Obama Is In Trouble – Clive Crook, Financial Times
Battle for Hispanic Vote Already Underway – Juan Williams, The Hill
HC Vote Highlights Obama’s Challenge in Ohio – Caitlin Huey-Burns, RCP
The Grown-Up Primary: Huntsman vs. Romney – John Heilemann, NY Mag
Barack Obama the Pessimist – Fouad Ajami, Wall Street Journal
What Happened That Night in Abbottabad – Eric Schmidle, The New Yorker
Hint of Deal as Congress Wrangles – Carl Hulse, New York Times
Election 2012: Longtime Huntsman Confidant Forced Out of Campaign
To Escape Chaos, a Terrible Deal – New York Times
A Crucial First Step in a Very Long Journey – Chicago Tribune
Tea Party Gamesmanship an Act of Recklessness – San Francisco Chronicle
Debt Deal a Partial Solution at Best – Orange County Register
Republicans and Democrats have hammered out a last-minute agreement to raise the debt ceiling and cut over $2 trillion. If it passes, will anyone be happy?
Best opinion:Wash. Post, Wall St. Journal, New Republic…
August 1, 2011, at 9:18 AMThe conservative Texas governor says he supports states’ right to allow gay marriage — but he also supports a constitutional amendment to ban it. Huh?
August 1, 2011, at 7:30 AMUsing a “modified state of conscious” to dull the pain of minor surgery is moving into the medical mainstream — at least in Europe
August 1, 2011, at 7:00 AMLiving up to the title of man’s best friend, these dogs face danger and death to stay near the ones they love
July 29, 2011, at 5:58 PMBefore the tiny blue critters bombed with critics, several other 2011 flicks were all slapped with Hollywood’s least desirable superlative
July 29, 2011, at 5:12 PMWhat happened this week? Washington made a mess of the debt-ceiling debate. The world remembered Amy Winehouse. And the NFL saved its season
July 29, 2011, at 4:44 PMTo reduce the risk of accidental overdoses, the maker of the popular pain medication will lower the maximum daily dose
July 29, 2011, at 4:20 PMA controversial defector suspected of remaining loyal to Moammar Gadhafi is killed under mysterious circumstances. Will this split the opposition in two?
July 29, 2011, at 1:33 PMThe latest summer blockbuster ingeniously mashes up two of Hollywood’s most popular (and tired) film genres
Why should it be difficult in any way for our filmmakers to tell stories celebrating America’s ongoing fight against the Islamist foes of freedom?
The devil is in the details and it will be interesting to see which side fared better in the standoff. ALSO READ: President Jumps The Gun, Makes Awful Assumptions
It will be much easier to edit Wikipedia, for one.
Suddenly the familiar election map takes on a new meaning.
by Rich Baehr
Ultimately, the political dysfunction on display in Washington doesn’t make either party look very good.
They can make a good start by offering Latino voters what they crave most: respect.
I am appalled by the decision of CPAC’s new management.
by Jazz Shaw
The administration will get to choose who gets government checks and who doesn’t.