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Useful Idiots | Alan Charles Itzkoff


Nothing screams “unhinged” more than the behavior of Hillary voters since the shocking electoral victory of  Donald Trump this past November.  If ever there was an example of a nation full of people stuck at the first stage of grief, this is it.  Coming to terms with the concept that the American people rejected their [...]

Is Obama A Radical Muslim Sympathizer? | Alan Charles Itzkoff


Many people have accused Barack Hussein Obama of being a closet Muslim.  But, so far, there is no evidence to suggest that this is so.  The President claims that he is a Christian and a man should be taken at his word unless it can be proved otherwise.  That said, Obama may not be a [...]

Blood On Their Hands | Alan Charles Itzkoff


It has been said that perception is reality. When I was a kid growing up in NJ in the Sixties and Seventies, my parents told me to respect the police and I did. I watched shows like Dragnet (Just the facts ma’am) and Hawaii Five-O (Book him Dano!) where the cops were the good guys. [...]

Why Must The SJW Crowd Be Such Jerks? | Alan Charles Itzkoff


Personally, I am a live and let live kind of guy. As long as you are not interfering with my pursuit of happiness, I am more than happy to let you enjoy yours. But, that isn’t enough for many. There are far too many folk in this country who feel like they have the right [...]

EPA witch hunts on taxpayer dime | Rich Trzupek


President Obama has made it pretty clear to his environmental extremist friends that during his second term, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will pursue a more aggressive, wider-reaching agenda than it has to date. That’s a very troubling prospect. Not only has EPA Director Lisa P. Jackson’s agency been wildly and needlessly intrusive into the [...]


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30 Reasons Republicans Lost The Election | RedState

They Allowed Democrats To Pick Their Nominee For Them. A succession of potential Republican nominees -– Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich –- were bright, attractive, and have compelling narratives. Instead, Republican voters (or, at least, enough of them) bought into this Democratic mantra that only a liberal stand-for-nothing Republican can win a [...]

The Imaginary ‘Moderate’ Islamist | Daniel Pipes


A September attack on the U.S. Embassy in Tunis left four dead, 49 injured, several buildings looted and burned out and the black Salafi flag flying above the embassy grounds. In response, the ruling “moderate” Islamist party of Tunisia, Ennahda, forthrightly condemned the incident. Minister of the Interior Ali Larayedh recognized that the government “failed [...]

Next Steps: Fiscal Cliff | ZeroHedge

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Where to put your money now that Obama has won | MarketWatch

The stock market loves President Barack Obama. With all its cheating heart, and all its mercenary soul. More than that, actually — it adores him. The love story of Wall Street and Obama is a bromance like no other, a man-crush for the ages. Despite his threats to soak the wealthy for more taxes, despite [...]

Obamanomics Explained | Alan Reynolds

In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed (November 2) President Obama wrote that “in the eight years after” Bill Clinton left office, “we followed a different path. Bigger tax cuts for the wealthy we couldn’t afford. . . . The result of this top-down economics? Falling incomes, record deficits, the slowest job growth in half [...]

A Nation Adrift | Andrew B. Wilson

In the fantasy novel The Life of Pi, a young Indian boy is shipwrecked and somehow manages to survive 227 days at sea in a lifeboat with a 450-pound Bengal Tiger. I can’t help thinking of “Richard Parker” — that’s the tiger’s name in Yann Martel’s novel — when I think of the strange relationship [...]

Colorado, Washington legalize pot for adult recreational use | Washington Times

DENVER — Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use, setting up a showdown with federal authorities over the enforcement of national drug laws. With 63 percent of the vote counted, Colorado’s Amendment 64 was leading by a margin of 54 to 46 percent. Washington’s Initiative 502 was declared [...]

Jesse Jackson Jr. Wins Re-Election 2012 From Mayo Clinic |

Congressman Jesse Jackson Junior (D-IL) has shocked many by winning re-election, despite going on medical leave in June and barely appearing in public for months. He is currently being treated for bipolar disorder at the Mayo Clinic, according to NBC5 Chicago, but few other details have been released. Jackson commented through a spokesperson: “My deep [...]

Atheist Pete Stark Loses His Re-Election Campaign |

It’s widely known that Rep. Pete Stark (D-Calif.), 80, is Congress’ only known atheist. The outspoken politician has touted his non-belief on numerous occasions, serving as a champion to atheists and agnostics across America. But on Tuesday, Stark’s supporters were delivered a blow when he was defeated by fellow Democrat Eric Swalwell. The congressman, who [...]

It’s Now Public: Editors Rejigger Polls | John Podhoretz

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With the poll-obsessed talk of the past six months, those who raise questions about problems with them are often subjected to scorn and derision on the grounds that they are simply objecting to surveys whose results they don’t like. The objection is beside the point; who else but someone who is unhappy with a poll’s [...]

CBS Controversy over Benghazi Interview Grows | Alana Goodman


A brief break from election news for an update on the growing controversy over CBS’s unearthed Obama interview about Benghazi. I wrote a longer post on this yesterday, but the basics are that CBS sat on footage from an Obama interview on September 12, when he declined point-blank to call Benghazi a terrorist attack shortly [...]

Obama Ends Campaign in Half-Empty Arena | Ben Shapiro

President Obama’s big rally tonight turned out to be just like his first, opening salvo of the 2012 campaign: a half-empty arena in Ohio. According to RealClearPolitics’ Scott Conroy, there were “empty seats scattered around the upper-level of Nationwide Arena … Four years ago, after all, Obama was easily filling venues larger than that …” The event [...]

Special Forces and Navy SEALS Head to Polls, Counter Black Panther Presence | Awr Hawkins

In 2008, union thugs and members of the New Black Panthers showed up at certain polling places in Ohio and Philadelphia to intimidate Republican voters. To be clear, they didn’t say they were there for that reason. Rather, they said they were there to be sure everyone got to vote (wink, wink, nod, nod.) Members [...]

Philly GOP: Poll inspectors being ousted for Dems |

Court-appointed Republican poll inspectors are being forcibly removed from voting stations in some Philadelphia wards and replaced in some cases by Democratic inspectors and even members of the Black Panthers, according to GOP officials. Secrets just received this memo from GOP officials: The Philadelphia GOP is reporting that court appointed Minority (read GOP) Inspectors are [...]

Taxpayer-funded vehicles were used to transport Democrats to polls | The Daily Caller

Wisconsin radio host Vicki McKenna tweeted Tuesday that government vehicles are being used to transport Democratic voters to the polls in Milwaukee, Wisc. Both local and federal taxpayer resources were used to carryout the mobilization efforts of Barack Obama to get Democratic voters to the polls, said McKenna. “MILWAUKEE CITY DPW van doing GOTV [get [...]

2012: A Close Race, With a High Degree of Uncertainty | Sean Trende

Though it’s always tempting to draw historical analogies between elections, each contest is invariably unique. This year is no exception. We have an incumbent president — who also happens to be the nation’s first African-American to hold that office — facing the electorate in challenging economic circumstances. He is trailing his opponent with independent voters [...]

Electoral Vote Prediction: What Will Happen Tomorrow? | Battleground Watch


Democrats still have to explain away Obama and his plan for the future because he has yet to offer one. The national polls say despite his poor first term record and lack of a second term agenda he is tied nationally but more importantly leading among the Battleground State polls. But as Bob Krumm writes: [...]

What Went Wrong in Libya | Ira Straus


Benghazi has been the loudest specific foreign-policy difference of the campaign, and it keeps getting more serious. The administration’s line on Benghazi has been plainly false. John McCain has called it worse than Watergate. He is right. Basic executive-branch responsibilities have been neglected. Deaths have resulted. The information developed last week by Fox News correspondents, [...]