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Vox Admits Trump’s Judicial Appointments More Qualified Than Obama’s

December 27, 2019 by


By P.J. Gladnick ~ Although Vox senior correspondent Ian Millhiser spent much of his December 19 article (“What Trump has done to the courts, explained”) worrying that “No president in recent memory has done more to change the judiciary than Donald Trump,” he also granted the surprising concession that the judicial appointments have been highly qualified. […]

Europe Suppresses Speech For Muslim ‘Feelings’

November 4, 2018 by


By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ In the age of Trump, the American media insist that freedom of speech is in danger because they somehow consider mocking journalists a suppression of free speech. Now imagine if America had a law where you couldn’t mock Christian doctrines without facing a fine. The press would again […]

Only in Duryea, Pittston, Pa.

September 12, 2017 by


Only in Duryea, Pa. If you are in a jazzy wheelchair you cannot get into the Duryea borough council meetings because the lift they use for people who cannot use the steps is not even close to CODE or size needed for an electric wheelchair. Only in Duryea do you scan the morning classified to […]

Name 4 a Borough that is causing extreme pain to #CRPS #Veteran?

June 30, 2017 by


May 9th I asked Duryea Borough to place a no truck turn around sign at the entrance of this tiny dead-end road. I also begged them to stop backing the garbage trucks up to my home three times a week. They could drive in and then back up with very few black up Alarms. I […]

Artists Advertise Their Hatred Of Abbott, Not Their Compassion For Chan And Sukumaran

April 28, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~  BACKGROUND Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are currently awaiting execution by firing squad in Indonesia for drug smuggling, and the executions, for so long delayed by legal processes are now imminent, and could be carried out within 24 hours. Both of these men were the gang based handlers for 7 ‘mules’ […]

Too Much Trayvon And George

July 22, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ I can only speak for myself, but I want to be relieved of having to change the channels in order to get away from too much talk about Trayvon Martin and too much talk about George Zimmerman. From all that I have read and heard, Trayvon was a wannabe street thug […]

Mob Rule In America

July 22, 2013 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ This latest American story is becoming a really sad affair. Read More by Yaakov Kirschen at Dry Bones .

America, Forever Racist?

July 17, 2013 by


By Brent Bozell ~ The central criticism of the George Zimmerman trial is that there was one. It was simply impossible to convict him of anything beyond a reasonable doubt. The central criticism of the coverage of this trial was that there was any. How did this story merit consideration as national news? Why was […]

More Bad News For Trayvon

July 17, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ I heard it on ABC radio’s Geraldo Rivera show. Commenting on the Zimmerman trial and, specifically about the lawyers representing the Martin family, a white woman said “I would never hire a black lawyer” because she felt they ignored the facts in the case following the acquittal. Also on Tuesday, when […]

Black Conservatives Comment On Not Guilty Verdict In Zimmerman Case

July 14, 2013 by


From The National Center for Public Policy Research ~ Washington, DC – George Zimmerman, who faced charges of 2nd degree murder and manslaughter in the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin, was found not guilty tonight by a six-person jury of his peers in Sanford, Florida. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on […]

Why Can’t I Be Free To Speak?

September 29, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt It’s time we put aside racial and ethnic divisions. As multicultural Australia strives for harmony, these distinctions merely reinforce existing barriers. I am the son of Dutch parents who came to Australia the year before I was born. For a long time, I have felt like an outsider here, not least because […]

Casey Anthony, Miss America

July 12, 2011 by


By Alan Caruba Casey Anthony, the mother of a toddler whose body was stuffed into a bag and tossed into a swamp, will walk free in a day or so. A jury was unable to conclude that the abandoned body, its face covered in duct tape, was murdered. There wasn’t, they insisted, enough “proof” even […]

If I Were Dictator (Part 13)

July 1, 2011 by


By Marlin6 On 02/05/2008, I authored a post “Benevolent Dictators Make Good Government”. Examples are King David – Israel – (1010 BC –970 B.C.) in ancient times and General Douglas McArthur – Japan – (1945 –1947) in modern times. I started musing about what I would do if I were absolute dictator of the United […]

If I Were Dictator (Part 9)

June 27, 2011 by


By Marlin6 On 02/05/2008, I authored a post “Benevolent Dictators Make Good Government”. Examples are King David – Israel – (1010 BC –970 B.C.) in ancient times and General Douglas McArthur – Japan – (1945 –1947) in modern times. I started musing about what I would do if I were absolute dictator of the United […]

Mexicans Blast Execution of Criminal Alien Murderer In Texas

June 12, 2011 by


By Jim Kouri, CPP. Mexicans on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are protesting the upcoming execution of a criminal alien rapist and murderer scheduled for July 7, 2011, in Texas. Because the convicted killer is a Mexican citizen, the Calderon government is questioning the procedures that were utilized in sentencing the death row prisoner, […]

Court Endorses “Thought Crime”

March 3, 2011 by


By Edward Cline Even though George Orwell was a “democratic socialist” – or even a communist – his accurate prescience regarding the growth of totalitarianism, what it required to acquire and maintain power, and what it would do to men makes him unique among all other leftist writers who also wrote dystopian novels. His writing […]

Obama’s Defense of Gay Marriage

February 25, 2011 by


The National Center for Public Policy Research – Press Release Obama’s Defense of Gay Marriage Over Rule of Law Challenged by Black Conservatives Washington, D.C. –  Black conservatives with the Project 21 leadership network say President Obama’s decision that the executive branch will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act because of its alleged […]

Revisiting Clarence Thomas’s Ordeal

October 24, 2010 by


By Star Parker Ginni Thomas’s call to Anita Hill has, not surprisingly, provoked columns and blogging speculating what motivated the call, some wanting to relive those hearings of 20 years ago. But how about considering the simplest and most straightforward scenario? Mrs. Thomas knows that her husband was slandered. That his name and reputation remain […]

Why Elena Kagan Didn’t Answer – Video

July 11, 2010 by


By Focus Action Update™ — Obama’s nominee to the high court gave a few hints of her judicial philosophy during her hearings. Stuart Shepard asks Judicial Analyst Bruce Hausknecht to explain what was said — and what was not.

We Have To Talk About Elena Kagan

May 15, 2010 by


By Frank Salvato The coverage of President Obama’s most recent nominee to the United States Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, has been nothing less than incredible. Of course, the word incredible can be used in several contexts, some good and some bad. To clarify, I am using it in a context meant to mean bad…very bad…incredibly […]

Early Reactions to Kagan’s Supreme Court Nomination – Video

May 11, 2010 by


By Newsy – Multisource Video News Analysis Obama has tapped Solicitor General Elena Kagan to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, but some say she has no judicial experience. She has proven to be inept, BUT, the most important thing about her is her Socialist, Marxist, Fascist, Communist leanings. This is what Obama […]

Second Amendment — Still ‘The Palladium of Liberties’

March 4, 2010 by


By Mark Alexander “The ultimate authority … resides in the people alone. … The advantage of being armed, which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation … forms a barrier against the enterprises of ambition.” –James Madison James Madison’s words regarding the “ultimate authority” for defending liberty (Federalist No. 46) ring as […]

A Clue To The Origins Of President Obama

February 3, 2010 by


The “birthers” may be on to something, but i think that they only have half of the story. There are many who make the claim that Barack Obama is not eligible to be President because he is not a natural-born U.S. citizen. Some claim that President Obama was born in Kenya. Others claim his mother […]

The Nightmare Began – Rhoades and Senavitis

January 2, 2010 by


From the blog of fightingback1: On the morning of Friday, October 17, 2008 Mr. Senavitis awoke excited knowing that on this evening him and his wife were going to go away alone for the first time in a very long time. Mr. Senavitis, making sure all the loss ends were tied up before they left, […]