Friday, December 30, 2016

Trump to Fill 100+ Vacancies on the Federal Bench

Trump to Fill 100 Vacancies on the Federal Bench: President-elect Donald Trump has the opportunity to nominate over 107 judges to the federal judiciary during his tenure, almost the number of vacancies President Obama inherited from President George W. Bush in 2008. Throughout the election, all eyes were on whom Trump would appoint to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia, but few, including #NeverTrumpers, didn't fully consider his impact on the lower courts.

The BEST compilation of people saying #Trump will not be President!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

US Should Not Only Defund UN But Withdraw From It

US Should Not Only Defund UN But Withdraw From It: Let’s take our $3 billion and go.

3 Lessons on the 25th Anniversary of the Soviet Union’s Fall

3 Lessons on the 25th Anniversary of the Soviet Union’s Fall: The winning strategy President Trump must apply toward Islamic Supremacism.

How George Soros Destroyed the Democratic Party

Greenfield: How George Soros Destroyed the Democratic Party: It was the end of the big year with three zeroes. The first X-Men movie had broken box office records. You couldn’t set foot in a supermarket without listening to Brittney Spears caterwauling, “Oops, I Did It Again.” And Republicans and Democrats had total control of both chambers of legislatures in the same amount of states. That was the way it was back in the distant days of the year 2000. In 2016, Republicans control both legislative chambers in 32 states. That’s up from 16 in 2000.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Celtic Woman - 'O Holy Night'

Burl Ives ~ Christmas Album

Merle Haggard - 'If We Make It Through December' (1974)

2016 Nativity Message of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios

PM Netanyahu's Greeting for Christmas and the New Year

Andy Williams - 'It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year'

Frank Sinatra - Christmas Songs (full album)

The Classic Christmas - Elvis Presley Christmas Songs

The 12 Days of Christmas - 2016 Edition


Friday, December 09, 2016

'I Believe In Father Christmas' - by Greg Lake

Donald Trump Twelve Things for CHRISTMAS Parody SONG (Hillary in the Pen...

New ID Law Approved in Michigan Would Mean Voters Have to Prove Who They Are

New ID Law Approved in Michigan Would Mean Voters Have to Prove Who They Are: Republicans in Michigan have approved a strict, but very rational, voter ID law that is a Democrats’ worst nightmare. Citizens would actually have to produce photo identification to prove who they are or they can’t vote. Rep. Gary Glenn said the purpose of the law is to “protect the integrity of every single Michigan citizen’s vote, because every vote is diluted if fraudulent votes are cast.”

Brian Williams: 'Fake News' Responsible for Trump Win

Lyin' Brian: 'Fake News' Responsible for Trump Win: In a moment devoid of any sense of self-awareness, MSNBC anchor Brian Williams – the man caught lying red-handed about being in a military copter shot by an RPG – has declared Hillary lost the election because of fake news.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Straight From the Alinksy Playbook: Hillary Clinton Joins Jill Stein's 'Recount' Efforts in Three States

Straight From the Alinksy Playbook: Hillary Clinton Joins Jill Stein's 'Recount' Efforts in Three States: The Left denounced President-elect Donald Trump as a threat to democracy for declaring he might challenge the results of the presidential election had he lost, but now the shoe is on the other foot and the left is crying foul. Because leftists are the biggest hypocrites of all -- and anyway, they would never miss an opportunity to undermine Trump's presidency at any and all costs.

Just Say "Merry Christmas"

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

Dems Continue Death Spiral With New Low in State Legislatures

Dems Continue Death Spiral With New Low in State Legislatures: America elected Donald Trump as its next president. Republicans control the U.S. House and the Senate. But according to liberals who are still in denial, it's not a 'mandate,' right?  Well, consider that on top of Democrats' crushing defeats on Election Night, Republicans now boast over 1,000 more seats than Democrats in State legislatures.

A Message from President-Elect Donald J. Trump

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Pa. Gets a 'D' in First Ever 50-State Public Sector Labor Analysis

Pa. Gets a 'D' in First Ever 50-State Public Sector Labor Analysis

Leftist Hysteria & Hate Crime Hoaxes

Leftist Hysteria & Hate Crime Hoaxes: Anti-Trump agitators engage in campaign of violence and fabrication while media lends helping hand.

NY Times Issues Half-Apology to Readers: We Blew It, Will Try to Act Like Journalists From Now On

NY Times Issues Half-Apology to Readers: We Blew It, Will Try to Act Like Journalists From Now On: The New York Times will be hurting for dollars (more than it already has been) after realizing just how irrelevant it has become. No matter how the outlet tried to warp public opinion through its biased reporting, one-sided coverage, and repeated lies, it was for naught. It may have moved the needle, but it did not help elect Hillary Clinton.  Now, between Clinton's loss and Wikileaks having lifted the veneer off mainstream media's collusion with the Democratic Machine, the Times is scrambling.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

The People's Revolt against corruption by Democratic Machine, MSM

Why lifelong liberal voted for Donald Trump ...

Here Is Trump's Contract With The American Voter - The First 100 Days

Here Is Trump's Contract With The American Voter -- The First 100 Days: Prior to the election, while some Republicans fretted over Donald Trump's conservative-bonafides, our President-elect crafted  -- no doubt with the guidance of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich -- a new Contract With America. Or, in this case, a 'Contract With the American Voter.' The following plan outlines what Trump proposes to do in the first 100 days of his presidency.

Chuck Todd Eats Humble Pie, Lists Everything Media Got Wrong About Election

Chuck Todd Eats Humble Pie, Lists Everything Media Got Wrong About Election: The mainstream media joined Hillary Clinton in defeat in the 2016 presidential election. The liberal bias so many of us have known about for so long was finally recognized by a fed-up republic worn out from the lies fed to them daily. Big Media was busted, and now it is seeking absolution.

Double-Dose of Vicki Cartoons


A Rebuke to the Media From Joe Scarborough

A Rebuke to the Media From Joe Scarborough: MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, a longtime fixture within the mainstream media, issued a thoughtful yet stern rebuke to his friends and colleagues in the industry.  'I want you guys to think about this, people at The New York Times, The Washington Post, people I know and love,' Scarborough began.  'I want you to think about this, that when anybody even made the suggestion that Donald Trump could be elected president of the United States, it was their journalistic standards that were questioned.'

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

James O’Keefe: Main Stream Media Is Now Powerless

American Uprising

Greenfield: American Uprising: This wasn’t an election. It was a revolution. It’s midnight in America. The day before fifty million Americans got up and stood in front of the great iron wheel that had been grinding them down. They stood there even though the media told them it was useless. They took their stand even while all the chattering classes laughed and taunted them.

Welcome to Donald Trump's America - The World Turned Upside Down

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

405,000 Page Views at The Centrist

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This is CNN: Cheating News Network


Monday, October 31, 2016

Reagan for Trump: Meese leads over 200 Reaganites to Team Trump

Reagan for Trump: Meese leads over 200 Reaganites to Team Trump: Edwin Meese, the keeper of the Reagan flame, is leading an army of over 200 Reagan alumni to Republican Donald Trump's presidential campaign as it heads into the final week before Election Day. The long-time Reagan ally and former attorney general said in a statement, Many of us remember 1980, a time when, as today, America suffered from high unemployment and even higher interest rates, a military that needed to be strengthened and rebuilt, and diminished stature in the world of nations. Ronald Reagan turned that around with resolute policies, such as the most significant tax cut in American history, which stimulated the national economy and created 20 million jobs, and a visionary foreign policy of 'peace through strength,' whereby he rebuilt our military and won the Cold War without firing a shot. He added, 'We need a Trump-Pence administration to change the direction of our country. We all know that Hillary Clinton will continue Obama's failed policies, growing the size, scope and cost of the federal government, and endangering our national security.

45% say Clinton emails worse than Watergate, 61% fear probe to drag into White House

45% say emails worse than Watergate, 61% fear probe to drag into White House: The specter of a drawn-out, Nixon-like investigation is clouding Democrat Hillary Clinton's race for the presidency with a new poll showing nearly half equating the email scandal to Watergate and even more worried that the FBI probe will drag on into her presidency. While polls out Monday morning do not show a big swing away from Clinton to Republican Donald Trump, they do show renewed concerns about the revived investigation into her email server due to thousands of previously unknown emails found on the computer of former Rep. Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. While unlike Watergate, which eventually led to former President Richard Nixon's resignation, a Morning Consult poll asked voters to compare the 1970s-era affair to the email controversy and 45 percent said the Clinton email scandal is worse than the Watergate scandal.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Wikileaks Provides More Proof of Media Corruption

Wikileaks Provides More Proof of Media Corruption: Clinton PAC Provided 372 Newsmakers With 80 Sets of Pro-Hillary, Anti-Trump Talking Points: Wikileaks, through its release of Clinton Campaign chairman John Podesta's emails, has provided a trove of information and irrefutable proof of just how deeply corrupt America's power centers are.  From the Department of Justice to the FBI to the White House and State Department to the one institution meant to be the watchdog of them all -- the media -- America's most sacred institutions have fallen from grace, proving to be nothing more than lackeys beholden to the Clinton machine.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Friday, October 07, 2016

Which Side of /Crazy is Hillary On?


Study: Liberal Professors Outnumber Conservatives 12 to 1

Study: Liberal Professors Outnumber Conservatives 12 to 1: Brace yourselves for the shocking conclusion of a new study published in Econ Journal Watch last month, which confirms that conservative professors are a tiny minority on campus. But as The Washington Times reports, the study also shows that the problem is getting worse.

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Report: Coverup in Virginia on How Many Illegal Aliens Voting

Report: Coverup in Virginia on How Many Illegal Aliens Voting: A new report by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) and Virginia Voters Alliance (VVA) has discovered an “alien invasion in Virginia” and the subsequent coverup by the state in allowing non-U.S. citizens to vote. In the investigation, both PILF and VVA “found 1,046 aliens who registered to vote illegally.” And that was only a small sample, only across eight counties in the state who responded to the requests.

Hilarious Video Mocks Celebrities For Reminding Us to Vote for Hillary

Hilarious Video Mocks Celebrities For Reminding Us to Vote for Hillary: Over the last few weeks, celebrities have trotted out of their mansions to encourage everyone to vote in the upcoming election. Since we aren’t as smart as they are, we must be reminded how important this election is, and they hope their name recognition will get our attention. Where would we be as Americans without their willingness to disrupt their busy latte schedules to make internet videos for our benefit?

Can You Trust The Press?

Saturday, October 01, 2016

Investigation launched after dead people are registered to vote in Va.

Investigation launched after dead people are registered to vote in Harrisonburg: Harrisonburg officials and the FBI are investigating allegations of voter registration fraud after officials say almost 20 voter applications were turned in under the names of dead people.

Friday, September 30, 2016

380,000 Page Views at The Centrist

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What we learned from first debate ...


VOTER FRAUD: Someone registered at least 19 dead Virginians to vote

Someone registered at least 19 dead Virginians to vote

Audit: Dead people got nearly $700K in public assistance benefits in Pa.

Audit: Dead people got nearly $700K in public assistance benefits, state disagrees on the amount

ObamaCare: We need to start over

ObamaCare: We need to start over

Out of Touch: Millionaire Hillary Struggles to Define Middle Class

Out of Touch: Millionaire Hillary Struggles to Define Middle Class: When you sit atop a $62 million net worth, it’s hard to see all the peons below. However, Hillary Clinton has reiterated throughout her campaign that she is going to really help out the middle class and not raise taxes on them. But when a reporter asked what income range she’s talking about, Clinton took the long way around with her answer.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Pittsburgh newspaper to end print edition

Another death in the family. One of the best newspapers in Pennsylvania will end its print edition and go  all-digital. More than 100 jobs will be lost in the transition. Sad. 

Trib announces expansion in some markets, going all-digital in Pittsburgh

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Thursday, September 22, 2016

AMAZING Pagoda in Reading Pennsylvania

Trump Edging Out Hillary in Three Key Battleground States

Trump Edging Out Hillary in Three Key Battleground States: Donald Trump now narrowly leads Hillary Clinton in the battleground states of Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio, according to Fox News, which conducted statewide likely voter polls Sunday through Tuesday evenings. Trump received a boost from working-class white voters, while Hillary's recent lackluster performances have hurt her among younger voters and women.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Hillary's Newest Book Bombs

Hillary's Newest Book Bombs: Readers apparently are wearying of Hillary Clinton's lies and boring statist policy tracts, because her newest book is a certifiable flop by publishing industry standards, according to The New York Times.

Hillary: I'm the 'Most Transparent' Presidential Candidate Ever

Hillary: I'm the 'Most Transparent' Presidential Candidate Ever: Hillary Clinton, fresh from a recent bout of overheating/dehydration/flu/pneumonia/exhaustion/etc., got back on the campaign trail with a Thursday morning radio interview, though she now seems to be suffering from something else -- serious self-delusion.

Trump outlines vision for economy, promising large tax cuts

Trump outlines vision for economy, promising large tax cuts

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

No joke: Hillary Clinton featured in October issue of Women’s Health magazine.

Guess Who’s Being Featured in the Next Issue of Women’s Health?: We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: sometimes the headlines read just like The Onion. Currently, Hillary Clinton is not the picture of good health. She has pneumonia, a nasty, persistent cough and has trouble staying on her feet. Yet, the presidential candidate will be featured in the October issue of Women’s Health magazine. Oh, the irony!

The Cost for 9 of Obama’s Executive Actions: $31 Billion

The Cost for 9 of Obama’s Executive Actions: $31 Billion: The American Action Forum has determined that President Obama’s executive actions have cost taxpayers $31 billion and that covers only nine of them. This should come as no surprise, as Obama pledged he would circumvent Congress, as he said so famously in 2014: “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone… I can use that pen to sign executive orders and take executive actions and administrative actions that move the ball.”

Democrats feeling nervous as Clinton slips

Democrats feeling nervous as Clinton slips

Tuesday, September 06, 2016

88 top generals, admirals endorse Trump for president

Trump touts endorsement of 88 retired military figures: Donald Trump won the endorsement of 88 retired generals and admirals, according to an open letter released Tuesday morning by the campaign. The 2016 election affords the American people an urgently needed opportunity to make a long overdue course correction in our national security posture and policy, the former military leaders wrote in their letter. The letter was spearheaded by Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow of the Army, a 40-year-old veteran and Holocaust survivor, and Rear Adm. Charles Williams of the Navy. It comes ahead of Trump's veterans affairs speech in Virginia Beach, Va., on Tuesday. As retired senior leaders of America's military, we believe that such a change can only be made by someone who has not been deeply involved with, and substantially responsible for, the hollowing out of our military and the burgeoning threats facing our country around the world, the generals and admirals wrote. For this reason, we support Donald Trump's candidacy to be our next commander in chief.

Experts: Too soon to call presidential election

Experts: Too soon to call presidential election

Friday, September 02, 2016

Obama eyes special declaration to take charge of elections

Homeland eyes special declaration to take charge of elections: Even before the FBI identified new cyberattacks on two separate state election boards, the Department of Homeland Security began considering declaring the election a critical infrastructure, giving it the same control over security it has over Wall Street and the electric power grid. The latest admissions of attacks could speed up that effort possibly including the upcoming presidential election, according to officials. We should carefully consider whether our election system, our election process, is critical infrastructure like the financial sector, like the power grid, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said. There's a vital national interest in our election process, so I do think we need to consider whether it should be considered by my department and others critical infrastructure, he said at a media conference earlier this month hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.

Trump highlights the true victims of illegal immigration

Katie Pavlich: Trump highlights the true victims of illegal immigration

Thursday, August 25, 2016

What does a 14-foot likeness of Trump looks like?

Patriotic paint job rallies Trump supporters in Youngstown, Pa.

Nonbelievers sue over Pennsylvania House's opening prayers

Nonbelievers sue over Pennsylvania House's opening prayers

Kathleen Kane's reign of terror ends

Pennsylvania voters elected the first female and first Democrat to the office of Pennsylvania attorney general in 2012. A protege of the Clintons, Kathleen Kane was touted as a future governor of U.S. Senator. Instead, her political career quickly went down in flames. Stripped of her law license and convicted of perjury and obstruction, Kane resigned from office and awaits sentencing.

Veteran political reporter Brad Bumsted:
The sad saga of Kane's chaotic and often illegal tenure as Pennsylvania's attorney general could have been avoided by a “no comment” on March 17, 2014, when she began to build a web of lies about a legislative bribery case she declined to prosecute. Kane now will be fortunate if she can stay out of prison. 

Brad Bumsted: Kathleen Kane's reign of terror ends

GUEST COLUMN: Eye of the Storm

By Lowman S. Henry

As August melts into September the halls of the state capitol building are relatively quiet. This is a marked contrast to a year ago when state government was in what turned out to be the early phases of the longest budget stalemate in state history. This year the budget, or at least the spending part of it, was done reasonably close to the constitutionally-mandated June 30th deadline, the revenue component followed several weeks later. 

But is this just the eye of the storm?

In capitulating to too many of Gov. Tom Wolf's spending demands the state legislature larded up the budget with nearly $1.4 billion in new expenditures. This despite claims of a $1.5 billion dollar "structural deficit" the governor claimed needed to be addressed. Even those using Common Core math can calculate that left the state nearly $3 billion in the hole.

To pay for this spending orgy some $650 million in new taxes were cobbled together, and accounting gimmicks employed, to produce a "balanced" budget. But the budget isn't really balanced and even that $650 million contains projected revenue that will never actually materialize. For example, lawmakers planned to charge the state's casinos $1 million each to purchase 24-hour liquor licenses. Apparently nobody thought to ask if the casinos wanted such licenses, as there now appears to be no takers. 

The budget also includes revenue from on-line gambling.  The problem is legislation has yet to be passed authorizing on-line gambling. After adopting the budget, the General Assembly adjourned for a two month recess delaying any possible revenue from that source deep into the fiscal year. 

And, predictably, the taxes that were hiked on existing businesses are having a dramatic negative impact. A 40% tax imposed on vaping supplies is driving many vaping stores - almost all of which are small businesses - out of business. That means not only will projected revenue from the tax fall short, but the state will also lose out on sales tax revenue as the stores shutter their doors. 

That Republicans in the legislature caved into $1.4 billion in new spending defied logic.  The GOP had fought an epic budget battle with the governor the previous fiscal year and won. Not only did they win, but not a single lawmaker seeking re-election was denied by voters due to the budget fight. After posting a historic win, Republicans essentially forfeited the next game.

All of these elements are coming together to produce the perfect fiscal storm as budget talks begin for next year. Don't forget that "structural deficit" of $1.4 billion hasn't been addressed. A significant portion of the new taxes enacted this year will fail to materialize. And, Gov. Wolf continues to demand a lengthy menu of spending hikes - and the taxes to pay for them.

Making matters worse the governor and the legislature have not been able to agree on how to deal with cost drivers, particularly the skyrocketing cost of public employee pensions. Pension costs are gobbling up the lion's share of any new revenue produced by a still slow-growing state economy. Republicans have passed pension reform only to see it vetoed by Gov. Wolf. There are new legislative proposals on the drawing board, but they fall woefully short of resolving the problem. Even if some reform is enacted it will likely have minimal impact on the upcoming 2017-18 state budget.

Given all of this, will Republicans stick to their pledge that without addressing cost drivers they will not enact broad-based tax hikes - such as raising the personal income tax, expanding and/or raising sales taxes - or  will they again cave into the governor's tax and spending demands? Much rides on the outcome of this looming budget fight, primarily the fiscal health of the commonwealth.

But, 2018 is a gubernatorial election year and this budget will be enacted as the campaign heats up. Gov. Wolf, if he seeks re-election, will want to show his base voters that he delivered the gods of higher spending. Republican voters will judge the GOP-controlled legislature by their ability to resist higher spending and more taxes. Add these competing political imperatives to the state's perilous fiscal circumstances and we should brace ourselves for the second wave of the hurricane.
(Lowman S. Henry is Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitue.org.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Hillary Clinton Role Models Ad - So Many Lies in 90 Seconds

Hillary Clinton counting on illegals to put her in White House

Hillary drafts illegal 'Dreamers' to get immigrants to vote: Hillary Clinton's campaign on Sunday announced a program to recruit undocumented Dreamers into a voter registration army even though they are not allowed to vote. Celebrating the four-year anniversary of President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, Clinton launched Mi Sueno, Tu Voto (My Dream, Your Vote), to rally and secure commitments from immigrants who can vote. The DACA program created so-called Dreamers, the children of illegal immigrants who the president has offered renewable two-year work visas and deportation deferral. The goal for many in the program is amnesty. On Monday, the Democratic National Committee also heralded the DACA anniversary and said that Clinton will go further than Obama as president. Hillary Clinton is committed to introducing immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship within her first 100 days in office and she will continue defending DACA and DAPA from partisan attacks, said the DNC.

Media's misfires on Trump's Second Amendment remark

John Lott: Media's misfires on Trump's Second Amendment remark

ObamaCare's future: Condition critical

ObamaCare's future: Condition critical

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Study: Networks Squash Hillary’s Terror Woes to Scold Trump’s Gun Remark

Study: Nets Squash Hillary’s Terror Woes to Scold Trump’s Gun Remark: Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton should have been forced to deal with campaign messes on Tuesday, but the three networks only treated the Republican’s problem as a huge gaffe worthy of extensive coverage. ABC, CBS and NBC deluged viewers with five times more coverage — 25 minutes and 35 seconds versus 4 minutes and 41 seconds — to Trump’s “Second Amendment people” remark than they did to the father of an ISIS-inspired terrorist sitting right behind Clinton at a rally in Orlando, Florida.

Conservative Leaders: Media Must Report on the Christian Genocide

More Than 30 Conservative Leaders: Media Must Report on the Christian Genocide: Christianity is on the verge of being wiped out in the Middle East. Ancient communities that have existed since the time of the apostles are being systematically eliminated. In Iraq alone, the number of Christians has plunged from one million to under 275,000 in the last 12 years alone.

Suffolk University Iowa Poll Shows Trump Leading Clinton

Suffolk University Iowa Poll Shows Trump Leading Clinton by 1 Point, 41-40 Percent - Suffolk University

Katie McGinty Backs Obama's Awful Iran Deal

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Friday, August 05, 2016

Fake Republicans for Hillary

Fake Republicans for Hillary: The defection of fake Republicans will make the party more conservative.

Feds Say Displaying Gadsden Flag Probably Racist


Feds Say Displaying Gadsden Flag Probably Racist: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has decided that displaying the “Don’t Tread On Me” Revolutionary War banner (the Gadsden Flag) is to be considered racial harassment.

'13 Hours' Home Video Sales Surge

'13 Hours' Home Video Sales Surge:
Michael Bay’s movie 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi has been enjoying a surge in home video sales following the RNC.

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Pew: Voters see better future under Trump than Clinton

Pew: Voters see better future under Trump than Clinton: American voters believe that Republican Donald Trump will do a better job turning the country around that Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, especially in the areas of immigration, national security and the economy.
According to data tweeted out Tuesday by Pew Research Service, voters considering six major issues believe Trump would be a lot better in handling them than a Clinton administration

Pa. school districts holding on to $4B in "surplus" tax dollars

Saving for a Rainy Day – But Whose Money?

Taxpayers to pay $150,000 to resolve Kane 'wrongful termination' lawsuit

This is what you get when you elect an inexperienced Democrat into office (and I'm not talking about Obama.)

Taxpayers to pay $150,000 to resolve Kane 'wrongful termination' lawsuit

Student loan lunacy in the age of Obama

Student loan lunacy

IRS targeting: The stench grows

EDITORIAL: IRS targeting: The stench grows

Monday, August 01, 2016

Obama's America: Welfare is the new work

Welfare is the new work

Hillary's Hate

Hillary's Hate: The Saul Alinsky devotee crystallizes who will be anointed -- and who will be damned.

Obama VA Spent $20M on Art While Soldiers Died Waiting for Care

VA Spent $20 Million on Art While Soldiers Died Waiting for Care:
Watchdog group Open the Books has blown the lid off the Veterans Affairs agency for spending tens of millions of dollars on needless artwork instead of giving our injured soldiers the care they need.


Between 2004 and 2014, the VA dolled out nearly $20 million on art commissions, including custom sculptures, art installations, and a giant Morse Code display on the side of a parking garage (above photo) to honor blind vets. The colorful dots and dashes light up and are translations of Abraham Lincoln and Eleanor Roosevelt quotes. The cost: $300,000.

Theory vs. reality: Free speech on the web

Theory vs. reality: Free speech on the web

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

DNC Day 1: 61 Speakers - NOT ONE Mention of ISIS

Thousands of people - including hundreds of Americans - are slaughtered in the name of ISIS and the Democratic Party wants to pretend the threat doesn't exist.

DNC Day 1: 61 Speakers - NOT ONE Mention of ISIS: Day one of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia featured 61 speakers -- including the First Lady, primary candidate Bernie Sanders, and Vice Presidential short-list contenders Elizabeth Warren and Corey Booker. Yet with all of those speakers, delivering hours and hours of prepared speeches, not one mention of ISIS was made.

Trump: Tear Down This Fence!


Baghdad Bob Moment: MSNBC Claims DNC Chair 'Receives Cheers'...As She's Booed Relentlessly

Baghdad Bob Moment: MSNBC Claims DNC Chair 'Receives Cheers'...As She's Booed Relentlessly: They had a Baghdad Bob moment on MSNBC this morning in the 9am hour (Eastern time). The Lean Forward network's screen graphic read 'WASSERMAN SCHULTZ RECEIVES CHEERS AT FLORIDA DELEGATION BREAKFAST,' while it was very plain to viewers that she was being booed relentlessly. Anchor Stephanie Ruhle must have heard the boos in her earpiece, and said “She actually walked in to cheers and a lot of support from the crowd.” That's odd. All the audience saw and heard to match that graphic was booing and heckling.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Bernie Supporters March Against Hillary in Philadelphia, Chant 'Lock Her Up!'

Bernie Supporters March Against Hillary in Philadelphia, Chant 'Lock Her Up!':
A GOP slogan coined at the Republican National Convention seems to have caught on among Progressives.


'Lock her up!' became a chant among some attendees of the RNC during Governor Chris Christie's speech in which he enumerated Hillary Clinton's long list of transgressions.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Remember When Tim Kaine Was Calling For Hillary To Be Prosecuted?

Leaked DNC E-Mails Reveal Plot to Sabotage Sanders, Control Media Narrative

Leaked DNC E-Mails Reveal Plot to Sabotage Sanders, Control Media Narrative:
On Friday, Wikileaks published nearly 20,000 e-mails, reportedly via the hacker Guccifer 2.0, showing an apparent attempt to sabotage Bernie Sanders' campaign in favor of Hillary Clinton and other messages that show collusion between Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, her staff and members of the mainstream media.

Clinton and Trump Get Closer In The Polls

Clinton and Trump Get Closer In The Polls:
The polling news continues to be bad for Hillary Clinton and good for Donald Trump as the Republicans wrap up their convention in Cleveland. Three polls released this week, all conducted before the convention was over and Trump's acceptance speech was watched by 32 million people, show Clinton's lead shrinking or disappearing altogether.

Another Obama solar mess: Taxpayers burned

Editorial: Another solar mess: Taxpayers burned

Monday, July 18, 2016

"Hillary's America" In Theaters July 22

Bernie Sanders supporters may not back Hillary

More Sanders voters say they will choose 'other,' or not vote, than back Clinton: Supporters of rebel Democrat Sen. Bernie Sanders are not following his lead in backing Hillary Rodham Clinton, detouring away from the establishment Democrat to other candidates including Donald Trump. A new Economist/YouGov poll showed that the email scandal, and FBI Director James Comey's charge that Clinton's behavior was extremely careless, has led Sanders backers to abandon the former secretary of State. Since Comey's House testimony, support for Clinton has dropped 12 points, to 41 percent. For the first time, Sanders supporters now prefer either someone else or they won't vote.