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Code Pink street theater: The pain that terrorists endure when their victims defend themselves

You won’t want to miss this. Code Pink has debuted its “Peace Charade” theater, protesting the upcoming peace talks and Israel’s stubborn unwillingness to let Hamas kill them.     Doug Powers says:     Either this is Code Pink trying to re-enact the peace negotiations in front of the White House, or it’s “role-play therapy” day at the […]

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Our future is in the hands of guys like this? UPDATE: Misspelled name corrected.

(Update: Boy do I feel dumb. Not Bod… BOB!) Maybe draining the swamp wasn’t such a good thing, Madame Speaker. Because whack-jobs like Democrat Congressman Bob Etheridge (D-NC) no longer have any slime to hide under. Last week,  Etheridge did this after leaving a Nancy Pelosi fundraiser:   Has the pressure-cooker of working under Pelosi and President Obama — with all the requisite responsibilities […]

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Scratching my head about immigration

  If, like me, this immigration flap makes you feel like you’re drowning in black hole of blabbering liberal fatuity, here is a life-ring of lucidity from the Paul Theroux at the Daily Beast (via Jillian Bandes at Townhall):  These people who are protesting being asked for identification by Arizona cops—have they been anywhere lately, like out of the country? Like […]

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Al Gore’s Climate Change Cult Targets Teens

Originally posted at Newsreal. Apparently educators are so occupied cutting the microphones of renegade valedictorians who thank God at graduation and censoring  flute renditions of Ave Maria, there’s no time left to protect the tender young minds from Al Gore’s faithful cult following, the Inconvenient Youth. Defined by Wikipedia as an environmental group serving grades […]

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Resist Oppression? I don’t think that means what you think it means

Resist Oppression? I don’t think that means what you think it means

I like those new “fight oppression” T-shirts that are popular nowadays, complete with that swashbuckling little oppression-fighting dynamo, Inigo Montoya, from the movie The Princess Bride.  Those whacky kids. They may hate their thighs; wax their backs; and self-inflict inflamed, steel-capped lip and nose boils while keeping a dermatologist on speed-dial for zit emergencies – […]

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Apple promotes Marxist murderer’s rants while boycotting Fox News

Some cynics feel young people today are petulant ingrates, reclining in cushy bubbles of ignorance inherited through their grandparent’s blood, sweat, and tears. But, luckily, Apple Computer’s  new Che Guevara iPhone app is proof that we needn’t worry about that anymore. Guevara would be gratified to see how many insight-challenged Americans impose his slimy mug […]

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Jon Stewart – License to Lie

  How does Jon Stewart  get away with it?  Night after night he fictionalizes the actions and statements of conservatives, building goofy, moronic straw men which he then tears to pieces in a hyperkinetic frenzy of invective and ridicule.   For example last night, during a recap of yesterday’s Healthcare Summit, Stewart said Rep Eric Cantor […]

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Level of semantic hysteria ‘worst in history’

Last week former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, pronounced the Iraq War the “worst disaster in American history,” proving something that I’ve been suspecting for a long time: those darn Democrats sure love their superlatives.   It’s especially true this election season. You can’t turn on your radio or television without hearing some form of […]

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Clinton’s Tantrums

Speaking of taunting animals, what’s going on with Bill Clinton?   I can’t turn on the television today without seeing those squinty-eyes, his nose reddening as he shoves it in some poor reporter’s face; the sarcastically curled lip as he dumps all of that trademark righteous outrage onto this latest perceived enemy.   Now, I […]

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Michael Moore: Savior of daytime TV?

Watch out! The world’s first oppositional-defiant adolescent with gray stubble is at it again, and I’m starting to feel just a teensy bit peevish about the whole thing. This time, camera in hand, filmmaker Michael Moore herded some ailing 9/11 heroes to Cuba for the high-minded, humanitarian purpose of denigrating America’s healthcare system — which, […]

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Hugo Chavez and the sixth grade meanies

This last week as I observed Hugo Chavez tagging along behind president Bush’s Latin America tour, followers in tow, I was reminded that there is something vaguely familiar about his style of obsessive hatred – You know, the catty lies, vicious ridicule, insults and exclusive I-hate-George parties with Harry and Cindy. Then it came to […]

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