Thanks to the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman debacle, the Supreme Court’s toiling about ObamaCare has seemingly lost its media flare. I guess because racial media propaganda is more consequential than protecting individual freedom. But Obama’s confident, because striking down a government mandate that forces Americans to purchase a product would be Continue Reading →
If there’s an opportunity to bash Republicans, Hollywood will pounce on it. And the show “Mad Men” — which, unfortunately, I have taken a liking to — has seized on some aberrant ploy to slander Mitt Romney’s father. And as The Hill indicates, it’s hardly subtle: Sunday’s episode of “Mad Continue Reading →
Every now and then, Bill Clinton craves the spotlight. Sometimes he spews some remark that seems liberally controversial — like opposing tax hikes on the wealthy — but most of the time, he simply reiterates his dedication to Democratic doctrine. Or, he indulges the “blame Bush” mantra: Clinton was questioned Continue Reading →
According to Newsweek writer Andrew Sullivan, Jesus sells — or something like that. He has an interesting take on “modern-day” Christianity: Sullivan refers to Obama’s appearance at the National Prayer Breakfast, where he invoked Jesus Christ to hawk his beloved healthcare law. If there’s one thing I liked about the Continue Reading →
Arlen Specter had an angry meltdown on Jason Lewis’ radio show, because the RINO-gone-Democrat went on a non-NPR type program — you know, one that has to run commercials because it doesn’t rake in massive government grants. Here’s the temper tantrum: Well said, Mr. Lewis.