Racist! Or maybe not so much.

| August 4, 2011

James Taranto at the Wall Street Journal writes about our Victim-in-Chief: For the purpose of argument, let’s stipulate that the assertion is true: that racism is the reason Barack Obama is unable to govern effectively. What are the implications? Obviously it lets Obama off the hook by framing his presidency as a failure not of […]

Obama, the Vocabulary President

| August 1, 2011

Given the sheer volume of verbiage recently emanating from Washington DC in general and the, shall we say, unique usages coming from the White House in particular, I thought it might be helpful to have a glossary of some of the words and phrases commonly in use by the administration and on certain parts of […]

Tell the truth, risk your job.

| June 30, 2011

Apparently, telling the truth at MSNBC is only one step removed from being a firing offense.

Quotes of the Day

| May 2, 2011

Oh, so many things could go here today. An editorial at the New York Post: Justice! The son of a bitch is dead. My feelings exactly. Next, a little bit of compare & contrast. Do you remember the announcement when Saddam was captured? Paul Bremer, the US administrator in Iraq, announced, “Ladies and gentlemen: we […]

Quote of the Day

| April 23, 2011

Jonah Goldberg: Obama has never run on a record. He’s always run almost literally on a hope and a prayer. Now he must defend what he has done – and what he has failed to do. If that makes him cranky, that’s just too bad. It’s as if Obama has finally discovered that the wheels […]

Quote of the Day

| April 15, 2011

Peter Kirsanow: It’s difficult to discern an Obama “campaign speech” from any other that he gives. Partisanship is a hallmark of most of his speeches, vapidity a hallmark of all. In The Corner at National Review Online.

I was going to watch Obama’s presser today…

| March 11, 2011

… but then I remembered that I gave up listening to prevaricating douchebags for Lent. And I’m not even Catholic.

Quote of the Day

| November 27, 2010

Barry, religious? Of course he’s not a Muslim. If he were a Muslim, he’d have to believe in something greater than Barack Obama. Heh. Indeed.

A Few Brief Post-Election Thoughts

| November 3, 2010

Yo, Delaware GOP: you can’t nominate a fruitcake — even a True Conservative fruitcake — and expect to win. Certain minimum qualification standards ought to be met. Non-RINOness isn’t enough. If the Nevada GOP had nominated Sue Lowden — a far better candidate than Sharron Angle — Harry Reid would almost certainly have lost. Merely […]

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