This shirt is apparently indicative of attitudes among some court watchers in...
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This is worth re-watching as the GOP goes through it’s “rebranding” phase.
A poll reported in the Washington Post makes me wonder – is the black community in America so monolithic that they are blinded by the color of skin instead of the content of someone’s character? The Post reports: . . . Some of the reaction to the trial — among both blacks and whites — […]
This shirt is apparently indicative of attitudes among some court watchers in Florida as the jury deliberates the fate of George Zimmerman: This is the attitude of the Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons of the world. Facts don’t matter. A jury verdict doesn’t matter. Only the decision of the mob. Twitchy has done a great […]
I last saw Senator Sessions on Marine One as we headed from Mississippi to Louisiana. He was, as usual, quiet, but profound in his assessment of the failings in Louisiana. I’ve always admired his intellect and he hits this one out of the ballpark. Karl Rove, Marco Rubio and the other Republicans who are so […]
I am taking some risk posting this prior to the jury’s decision, but irrespective of their ultimate decision of guilty or not guilty, this story shows the deteriorating state of the rule of law in the United States. The George Zimmerman case is only in the courtroom because of racism (on the part of liberals […]
This has to be one of the most disturbing stories I’ve read in sometime. While accustomed to reading stories about the militarization of police departments around the nation and the proliferation of police forces for every little government agency you can imagine, this story is worse than those in many respects. And while we’re also […]
The Obama Administration announced early last week that it was delaying by one year a requirement that large employers offer access to health insurance. Officials described the delay as a common-sense (a phrase which usually means the solution is anything but common sensical) concession to businesses who complained the rules were too onerous, and maintained […]
Breitbart is reporting today that the State Department admitted Secretary of State John Kerry was on his yacht off of the coast of Nantucket as the Egyptian military took over the country from elected Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi. Originally, the State Department denied the report from CBS reporter Mosheh Oinounou that Kerry was aboard […]