Bill Whittle: We’re Number Two
By News on the Net --American Politics
All Lives Matter!
By Nadra Enzi --American Politics
All lives matter. This isn’t a rebuttal to the current ”Black lives matter!” hashtag/chant recently added to the national debate about race and public safety.
Saving Comrade Castro
By Daniel Greenfield --American Politics
The Soviet Union did not have to fall. If Carter had won a second term and Mondale had succeeded him, the Communist dictatorship might have received the outside help it needed to survive.
And we would still be living under the shadow of the Cold War.
Video: ‘Year of the emperor’ for Obama?
By News on the Net --American Politics
Journalism Educator “Hates” Republicans and Loves Marxism
By Cliff Kincaid --American Politics
A feminist professor of communications at the University of Michigan has become a laughingstock for a poorly-sourced column in a socialist newspaper about the academic basis for hating Republicans. In the article, Susan J. Douglas began with the statement, “I hate Republicans” and declares that “marrying a Republican is unimaginable to me…”
Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day as a Successful Political Fourth Generation Warfare Operation
By Tim Dunkin --American Politics
By now, the reader is aware of the concerted efforts being made (and unfortunately quite successfully) by the cultural Marxists and “social justice warriors” to force their particular ideology off onto the rest of the country. This effort certainly alarms a good many people in our nation, I tend to think many more than will let on publicly, due to the mau-mauing that is received by those who cross the subverters of our culture and nation. Yet, most people feel powerless to do anything about it. It seems that the cultural Marxists – the radical feminists, the race-baiters, the Gaystapo, and the rest – have complete freedom to harass and destroy whomever they choose in the pursuit of their goals.
Ringside Politics Champion of 2014: Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)
By Jeff Crouere --American Politics
In the horrific aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Ringside Politics bestowed its first “Turkey of the Year” award to then New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin for his woeful leadership, bad judgment and embarrassing statements. Since then, we have been recognizing “turkeys” from both of the major political parties. For example, in 2014, we gave the “Turkey of the Year” award to a very worthy recipient, Republican House Speaker John Boehner.
Two Pa. Legislators Indicted for Voter ID Bribes in a Case the State AG Refused to Prosecute
By Heritage Foundation--Hans von Spakovsky --American Politics
A grand jury convened by Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams has indicted two Democratic state legislators for accepting bribes in exchange for voting against a voter ID bill, among other legislative actions.
Caught in racist dogging of Obama, Sony’s Amy Pascal endures obligatory meeting with Al Sharpton
By Dan Calabrese --American Politics
I guess this is now boilerplate for high-profile Americans caught doing anything that is either a) clearly racist; or b) capable of being portrayed as such. Once you step in it, Al Sharpton will be showing up at your door. You can either let him in or he’ll be marching around outside. I’m not sure which is worse, and I’m certainly not sure what any of it accomplishes - except perhaps to serve as a disincentive to do such things in the first place.
Super: Aides say a ‘liberated’ Obama is finally able to be ‘the President he always wanted to be’
By Robert Laurie --American Politics
If you had any hope that the Democrats’ disastrous midterm would make the President think twice about his agenda - well, you were really kidding yourself. By now you should know that Obama’s losses engender retaliation, not reflection. However, there was a certain segment of the population that thought a staggering defeat might force the administration to reassess its radical plans.
CIA report encourages terrorists, betrays U.S. allies
By Lawrence J. Haas --American Politics
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Though they preside over the world’s most important nation, our leaders in Washington can be startlingly oblivious to the audiences beyond our shores that watch and listen closely to whatever we say or do.
How Harry Reid’s Last Act as Majority Leader Directly Benefited His State
By Heritage Foundation--Melissa Quinn --American Politics
In his final move as majority leader, Sen. Harry Reid ushered through a series of tax breaks that directly benefit residents of his home state of Nevada.
Historic Day for Washington, Havana…and Pyongyang’s Hackers
By Claudia Rosett --American Politics
On a day when hackers working for North Korea managed to shut down the release of an American movie, on American soil, by threatening terrorist attacks on American theaters, one might have supposed that a televised announcement from President Obama would have been all about measures to deter and punish North Korea. At the very least, Obama might have proposed putting North Korea back on the U.S. list of State Sponsors of Terrorism, from which it was removed in 2008 by the Bush administration in a desperate bid to salvage a rotten nuclear deal.
Senators Vow to Halt Obama’s Castro Odyssey
By Matthew Vadum --American Politics
Front Page Mag
Lawmakers opposed to President Obama’s sudden move to cozy up to Communist Cuba are vowing a full-court press to prevent official diplomatic recognition of the tropical prison republic from going forward.
Obama: Normalize Relations With Congress Before Cuba
By Arthur Christopher Schaper --American Politics
President Obama has announced his intentions to normalize relations with Communist Cuba, a nation with which the United States has maintained a no-travel embargo for decades. The Latin American island’s current leader, Raul Castro, even suggested that Obama lift restrictions through executive order. Nothing like one dictator egging on another to act on policy without the consent of the governed, or their representatives.
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