The week's conservative shenanigans and descent into totalitarian thinking have put me in quietly determined mood. In that vein, enjoy Rob Dougan's Clubbed to Death, Kuryamino Version, featured in The...
1. On Facebook, somebody got me watching this parody video of Hillary Clinton singing "I Will Survive." Amusing enough that I looked up the YouTube page of Maximum Suffrage. Lots of stuff there, as yet unwatched by me.2. I didn't know "Convos with my..." got a second child (like the first, amusingly played by an adult). Show More Summary
You wouldn't expect an obscure presidential candidate from Pennsylvania to be the voice of reason. But he is. When it comes to fighting terrorism as we know it, John Kasich just gets it. "We must be more forceful in the battle of ideas," Kasich said in a speech on Tuesday. Show More Summary
The girl-power movement has taken back embroidery—and Clinton’s 2016 campaign is capitalizing on it.
As Spectator readers know, James Forsyth is the most insightful and best-informed political columnist around. Today, he also becomes the best-read… The post James Forsyth starts a weekly column in The Sun appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, some of us tried to raise questions of U.S. foreign policy. I got my mic cut on O'Reilly's show. Others got far worse -- a friend basically felt he had to move out of his neighborhood he was so reviled for criticizing the U.S.'s militarism. Show More Summary
Cecile Richards, Head of Planned Parenthood, has announced a counter-attack against her pro-life opponents. The impact that the videos from The Center for Medical Progress have had upon her bloodthirsty organization originally appeared to be minimal. Show More Summary
MORE OF THE SAME, REALLY: Krauthammer: After Paris, Obama refuses to lead. [S]ocialist President Francois Hollande has responded furiously to his country’s 9/11 with an intensified air campaign, hundreds of raids on suspected domestic terrorists, a state of emergency, and proposed changes in the constitution to make France less hospitable to jihad. Read more at: […]
Marines "are supposed to risk your life for American ideals," he wrote, "this shouldn't be a left-right issue"
Governor Bobby Jindal ended his presidential campaign earlier this week, so Aziz Ansari returned to Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" to say farewell in another impersonation of the governor. Ansari's Jindal was shocked and excited to return to the show. Show More Summary
This week's been a madder-than-usual dash away from Jesus on the right.
"What's going to happen when those Syrian refugees open fire in a Chick-fil-A"? Fox News' Todd Starnes, November 17. The bile is coming in over the transom so quickly it's getting hard to keep up, as the conservative media signal their...Show More Summary
'It’s like electing one of the Koch brothers to be governor.'
First and foremost, I respect Hillary Clinton as a human being and admire her courage in advocating health care reform in the early '90s. However, people change over time and Bernie Sanders is far more qualified than Clinton to be Commander in Chief of the U.S. Show More Summary
You can pretty much set your watch since the next Al Qaeda terror attack is only a matter of time. Every time this boob opens his piehole and makes a declaration the exact opposite happens. “I’m confident if we stay … Continued
Morning Must Reads: November 20
The cover of Time magazine is especially moving this week. Expect to see this one nominated for an award. And now on to the morning links: each one is also a winner! Stupidparty Math examines the humility of Ben Carson. Green Eagle has...Show More Summary
Alleged audio from inside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on November 13, 2015. On Friday, November 13, 2015, eight... The post Breaking: Alleged Audio Recording from Inside Bataclan During ISIS Attack appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
It's been a non-stop on the work front for me the past week and a half. Get out of one gig and then off to the other. Staff meeting, things that need to be done before the holiday breaks, year ending obligations and so on. Tonight though...Show More Summary
Inside London’s Chinatown (360-degree video) 20 November 2015 From the section Business What does changing Chinese cuisine tell us about changing China? In collaboration with The Food Chain on the BBC World Service and The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4, cook and food writer Fuchsia Dunlop takes us on a 360-degree tour inside London’s […]