The great political cartoonist Michael Ramirez from Investors Business Daily has a great cartoon out that coincides with a sizzling editorial on all of the excuses for economic failure eminating from the White House. The President and his team have repeatedly blamed “bad luck,” corporate jet owners, the Tea Party, earthquakes, the ‘arab spring,’ and […]
This was great TV recently on the O’Reilly Factor. Guest host Laura Ingraham sparred with Congressman Charlie Rangel over Congressman Allen West’s comments from the night before and the failed war on poverty in the inner cities. This so reminded me of the Bill O’Reilly/Barney Frank bruhaha from a few years ago and her recent […]
This is an awesome video and quite frankly possibly the clearest sign yet Ms. Palin may throw her hat into the ring for the GOP nomination. SarahPAC released “Iowa Passion” to say thank you to Iowa just weeks before her planned Labor Day speech in the state. That said, I agree with Rick Moore at […]
“Deficits, as I’ve often said, aren’t caused by too little taxing, they’re caused by too much spending. Presidents can’t appropriate a dollar of tax payers money, only Congressmen can; and Congress is susceptible to all sorts of influences that have nothing to do with good government.” – Ronald Reagan (H/T Patriot Post)
Via Fox Nation, Florida Senator Marco Rubio saved former First Lady Nancy Reagan from falling after she lost her balance while being escorted by the Senator. (Video after the jump)
Thanks Jon. And people wonder why the liberal media as well as Democrats love RINOs? It is exactly why Senator McCain won the GOP nomination the last election cycle. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is using Jon Huntsman’s interview yesterday on ABC to bash Republicans today.
Can’t wait to see it up close. ABC News’ Jennifer Wlach reports: In the early morning hours Monday, media from across the nation gathered for a first-look at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. National Park Service and memorial organizers welcomed the media to tour the space—some of the first unfettered access to the memorial […]
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