"I'm only telling you this."
You know that non-existent voter fraud that the left is always claiming is a non-concern because it doesn't exist at all except in the imaginations of paranoid, racist right-wingers? Yeah, about that . . . [...]
This morning, Donald Trump once again took to his favorite social media platform. There, he issued a series of statements attacking the GOP, Paul Ryan, and Republican politicians who'd abandoned him over "The Tape." The tweetstorm appeared as follows: [...]
This past Saturday night, my wife Gloria and I were honored to accompany Dinesh D'Souza and his wife to a special screening of his film, Hillary's America: [...]
Obama will be furious.
The chairman of General Electric and the man who once headed President Barack Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness issued a scathing letter to his stockholders Friday, [...]
Yes, I know there are really tears there. So how can I say they're fake? Come on. You've never heard of method acting? How do you think those people in dramas produce the tears? They're "real" too, but they have nothing to do with any sort of real emotion. [...]
Before we go any farther in the current discussions about ISIS and how to fight them, we need to take a quick pause and destroy a rising narrative on the left. It’s the one where they lecture you not to “give in to fear.” [...]
The imperial presidency.
We asked this question the other day: Since it doesn't look like the federal courts will give their imprimatur to Obama's executive amnesty gambit, will he respect the constitutional separation of powers and enforce the law, or will he defy both Congress and the federal courts and just do whatever the hell he wants? [...]
So Obama will violate his own law, natch.
Great find here by James Rosen at Fox News. Supposedly the Iran deal affirms that all existing laws pertaining to Iran remain in place with the implementation of the agreement. [...]
A reporter confronted her about the contradictions...
When a reporter confronted her about the contradictions between her position in 2008 and the series of blanket proposals she released Monday that would put new limits on gun ownership, suddenly she had very little to say. [...]
If you're a Democrat who's considering a run for the Presidency, there's one thing you should never, ever, do. You can tell any lie and your base will let it slide. You can promote crazy tax schemes, anti-American foreign policy, and you can vow to limit individual liberty. You cannot, however, utter the words "life begins at the moment of conception." [...]
It never takes long in a campaign cycle for stories like this to start showing up in the media. So-and-so says such-and-such that may be inaccurate, and a candidate who was present when the thing was said does not correct him! [...]
Now here is my snap analysis: I think that of those on stage, there were 10 winners in the sense that they either helped themselves or held serve. There was one loser, and I'll start with him. The one loser on stage was Rand Paul. [...]
Awake. Advance. Arise.
I often talk about apathy as the biggest problem facing this country right now, because those who could be part of the solution but don't get involved are by definition part of the problem. [...]
I don't even really know what to say about this. Is it insane? Yes. Is it further evidence that this country isn't really interested in dealing with the threat of homegrown radical Islam? Yes. Is it a painfully obvious recipe for disaster? You bet. [...]
Few are better than Armstrong Williams, my fellow American Black Conservative, at getting to the heart of the matter. And rarely has that been more needed than on this whole movement operating under the name (or perhaps the hashtag) #blacklivesmatter. [...]