In early November 2008, when gay activists were mounting a fundraising boycott of the Democratic National Committee, Barney Frank announced that a provision repealing the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy would be attached to the defense appropriations bill to be voted on in the spring or summer of 2010. DNC...
Did you hear, Scott (we now all know who he is, no need for last
names anymore) “refuses to rule out” running for President in 2012?
And he’s just been elected to the Senate, OMG, get headline
How could I...
The global warming hysteria is ending the way all hysteria ends, first with a trickle of contrary evidence then with a flood of admissions exposing the underlying fraud.
Part of this phenomenon is the classic madness of crowds,
epitomized by the
Tulipomania in Holland in the mid-
IN READING THE HISTORY OF...
Paul Krugman is completely clueless.
I’m watching him now on Sunday Morning with Barbara Walters. Krugman bemoans the fact that in our democracy, unlike in western Europe, the House cap-and-trade and health care bills already would be law. Krugman blames it all on that messy thing called the Sen...
This is the latest in the Saturday Night Card Game series on the use of the race card for political gain:
Tonight’s post proves that the use of the race card does not stop at our shores, and does not depend upon the race of the aggrieved, or there even being a...
Please, Mr. Krugman, stop all the name calling directed at our President and those who work for him, Cossack Rahm Works For The Czar:
But don’t blame Rahm Emanuel; this is about the president. After Massachusetts, Democrats were looking for leadership; they didn’t get it. Ten days later, nobody is sure what...
The conspiracy to undermine the Constitution has taken an interesting turn.
A career prosecutor at the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) has determined that John Yoo and Jay Bybee did not violate their professional obligations in analyzing whether certain enhanced interrogation techniques constituted unlawful torture.
As reported in
While the probe...
When the Obama administration announced in November its intention to put Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and several other 9/11 plotters on trial in a civilian court in downtown Manhattan, the decision was met with derision on the right.
There were two parts to that decision which were inextricably intertwined. First, was the decision...
Do you even need to read this story to get the picture? Just look at the photo. The only thing missing is the cable spool table.
Ladies, care to comment?
Why the sudden slew of attacks on the Supreme Court, specifically Justices Alito and Roberts, by leading Democrats?
The decision in the Citizens United case, which struck down on First Amendment grounds some legislative restrictions on campaign speech by corpor...
During the State of the Union address, Barack Obama singled out
the Supreme Court for ridicule on its recent campaign finance
asserted could open the door for foreign campaign
With all due deference to separation of powers, last week the Supreme Court reversed a century of law that...
From The Gail
Collins (yes, again):
Looking out at the motley crew seated before him for the big speech, the president seemed at times to be pretending that he had never seen these people before in his life.
The stupid meme of the day is that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was “rude” to Obama during the State of the Union address because Alito grimaced and mouthed the words “not true” when Obama stoked the crowd with a lie about a recent Supreme Court decision:
- The AP headlines its article ...
State of the Union speeches regularly infuriate the opposing party, and to that extent Barack Obama met and exceeded expectations last night.
One aspect of the speech deservedly is receiving most attention:
The crude attempt to intimidate the Supreme Court in front of the
Congress and the nation. Here’s the relevant