With relative frequency it seems that the President either is incredibly naive, foolish, and/or incompetent, or he knows his statement is bogus but figures that if he says it out loud people will believe it.
One of the biggest communist front groups in America, the Chicago Teachers Union, will be holding a one day strike on April 1 to draw attention to their contract negotiations.
Led by one of the biggest pinkos on the planet, Karen Lewis, this is a group that has never missed an opportunity to use thuggery and blackmail against the city it supposedly serves in order to further its own purpose. [Read more…]
Neither President Obama or the First Lady will attend Nancy Reagan’s funeral.
The President does have a scheduling conflict – he is speaking at the South by Southwest conference, he’s of a different party than Reagan was, and Presidents do not always attend the funerals of First Ladies. [Read more…]
Doesn’t matter. They are thumbing their nose at the West in a move that is the international sovereign equivalent of a 9 year-old on the school yard shaking his hips and shouting, “Na-na-na-na-na-nah!” [Read more…]
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is having the Chicago Police set up “screening stations” to randomly screen passengers riding the trains in Chicago. [Read more…]
When speaking recently of Barack Obama, Ben Carson raised the question of Obama’s blackness, indicating that Obama had been raised white really could not identify with the black experience. [Read more…]
When responding to Senate Republicans last week regarding their recommendation that the SCOTUS vacancy be put off until the next president assumes office, Obama, the Constitutional-Scholar-In-Chief, was sure to let us know last week that:
“Historically, this has not been viewed as a question,” Mr. Obama said last week. “There’s no unwritten law that says that it can only be done on off years — that’s not in the constitutional text.”
Of course, we all know that there is precedent for this; and while not specifically addressed in the Constitution as to not allowing it, it also doesn’t say it has to happen, either. [Read more…]
USA TODAY’s editorial “Fill Supreme Court void left by brilliant Scalia: Our view” was well founded. Unfortunately, it failed to single out Republicans for their overreaching refusal to perform their obligations with respect to Supreme Court nominations.