Friday, August 02, 2013
Watch the video at The Washington Post
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
I don't care how many books O'Reilly writes on history, he has an embarrassing tendency to get his facts wrong and show absurd bias, especially when it comes to Lincoln and Kennedy. Neither of those men was a friend to American blacks, and it's past due time for public schools to start teaching actual historical fact instead of their feel-good garbage.
Read Ann Coulter’s Latest Column: “O’Reilly: Killing History”
Monday, July 22, 2013
I totally agree. Every time Obama addresses a racial issue, I feel personally alienated and downright offended. His comments in his speeches about Trayvon Martin's death made it clear that he has drawn a line in the sand, dividing us all, and he's picking the side that matches his skin color. After hearing for the past 50 years from the American Left about how we need to put racial differences behind us and just be "Americans", their most heralded, leftist president seems to take every opportunity he can to remind us all that we're divided into two groups: blacks and everybody else. And he's not taking my side. Ever.
Read more: "Florida Poll: Majority Believe Race Relations Worse Since Obama Took Office" by Cortney O'Brien, Townhall.com
Sunday, July 21, 2013
With all due respect sir: Screw You.
Read more from "You Know Something, Barack? Screw You…" by conservativecurmudgeon at RedState.com
Friday, June 28, 2013
The real estate department from Washington’s Metro Transit system has recently become aware of unauthorized flowers springing up in planter boxes on public property. Along the north side of their Dupont Circle station, hundreds of mysterious morning glories and other flowers have been coming up in planter boxes along the Metro’s north escalators.
Metro found out who the secret flower planter was ...when they received a polite letter on June 3 written by the flower planter himself, Henry Docter. Henry sent a letter asking permission to continue caring for hundreds of flowers he had planted a week earlier at the Metro transit system.
"Arrests, fines, and imprisonment" for planting flowers
Immediately, the Metro responded to Docter on June 11 with a "cease and desist" letter threatening "arrest, fines and imprisonment" if Docter tried to weed, water, or tend to the flowers. Concerned about public safety, Metro said that they didn’t want Docter or anyone else to be injured caring for flowers that were set in steep, cobblestone inclines.
The 52-year-old garden artist, Henry Docter, who has planted flowers in public places on four continents since 1979, said, "I’ve never gotten in trouble for planting flowers. Never has anyone overreacted with such an absence of common sense."
Tuesday, May 07, 2013
John McCain visits the Syrian rebels to--you know--ensure we make the same mistakes as we did in Egypt and Libya
Sen. John McCain visited rebels in Syria on Monday, his communications director confirmed to CNN, making the Arizona Republican the highest ranking elected official from the United States to visit the war-torn country.
Brian Rogers confirmed a report that originally appeared on The Daily Beast, which indicated McCain entered Syria through Turkey, and remained in the country for several hours.
Friday, April 12, 2013
Read more: "Obama's budget includes some surprising taxes" by Chris Good, ABC OTUS News