Trump’s Wiretapping Allegations – What the Media Is Missing

Everyone is talking about the President’s wiretapping allegations.  If you haven’t heard about it, then you likely live in a cave somewhere.

It goes like this – President Trump in a tweet accused former President Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower. In the aftermath of the tweet, the media and members of government called the claims baseless and without evidence. Then the media frenzy began:   [Read more…]

The Insulter In Chief

For a long while, I tried to not despise Barack Obama.  Of course I disagreed strongly with his policy initiatives and the general direction that he wants to take the country.  But as a person, I felt that he believed he was doing what was right.  Yesterday, Obama did a great job of helping me get over that.  He’s often been referred to as the “Apologizer in Chief,” a reference to the fact that he generally apologizes for America when visiting foreign lands.  Well now he can add the title of “Insulter in Chief” to his list of titles.   [Read more…]

Boots on the ground

Conservatives are gleefully pointing out the facts regarding State Department spokesman John Kirby’s heated exchange aboutObama’s use of the term “boots on the ground” in Syria.  Fact checkers are analyzing.  Even that liberal rag the USA Today took Obama to task with the article 16 times Obama said there would be no boots on the ground in Syria.   [Read more…]

Obama calls Iran deal a model for nuclear diplomacy

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.

Obama hails Iran deal as a model for nuclear diplomacy  [Read more…]

Obama Gets Serious

President Obama has authored a guest post on the SCOTUSblog and indicated that Supreme Court nominations are a responsibility he takes seriously.   [Read more…]

Only Black Democrats Can Question Someone’s “Blackness”

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…]

Then & Now: Obama and SCOTUS nominees

Obama loves to quote the Constitution – when it suits him.

Following the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, President Obama was quick to point out that it is part of the process for him to appoint a successor to the bench and that it would be unconscionable for the Senate to block the nominee from a vote.

That’s interesting, considering that Obama was a member of a Senate filibuster of Samuel Alito’s nomination to the Supreme Court.  It made him the first President in history to have filibustered a SCOTUS nominee.   [Read more…]

The Scolder in Chief welcomes new Americans while mocking the rest

Yesterday, Barack Obama took time out of his busy schedule of being tough on ISIS to speak to some new American citizens at their naturalization ceremony.  In a photo op for the President, he took the opportunity to steal what should be a proud day for these new citizens and turn it into a chance to bash America and it’s current citizens.   [Read more…]

Obama says the U.S. is safe

As travel for the Thanksgiving holiday kicks off, Obama stepped up to tell us we’re all safe.  He knows of no credible threats.  I’m glad to hear it; but consider the source.   [Read more…]

The impossibility of reasonable debate is fueled by a biased media

Are you still one of those people that believes the media in the United States is not biased to the Left?  Consider the recent reporting of a Fourth of July parade float in Nebraska that depicted President Obama coming out of an outhouse labeled “Obama Presidential Library.”  [Read more…]