Black Friday brawls in the UK… over cheap panties. How is this possible? They don’t celebrate Thanksgiving so how can they have Black Friday?
Top contender for Defense Secretary is a lawyer. Other than as hired legal help, Jeh Johnson has never served in the military but he is the guy who pushed through the Pentagon’s repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” so that gays can openly serve. So we know what Obama’s priority is.
President publicly admits he violated the Constitution. Addressing immigration hecklers last night, Obama stopped reading the teleprompter for a minute and that’s never a good thing with this guy:
“And I understand you may disagree, I understand you may disagree. But we have got to be able to talk honestly about these issues, all right? Now, you’re absolutely right that there have been significant numbers of deportations. That’s true. But what you are not paying attention to is the fact that I just took an action to change the law.“
Obamamnesty gives employers $3,000 incentive to hire illegals instead of citizens. The president with the reverse-Midas touch—everything he touches turns to shit.
Atlanta fire chief suspended without pay for being a Christian. On a positive note, this former member of the Obama administration is no doubt reconsidering his loyalty to the Democrat Party. If he’s not, he’s too dumb to worry about.
The CNN split-screen that may end up defining the Obama presidency. On the left, a delusional man urging acceptance and calm—on the right, live video feed of rioting in Ferguson.
Ferguson burns. After their own fellow citizens don’t indict, after their own prosecutor who they’ve elected four times presents the perfectly valid reasons WHY those citizens didn’t indict, Ferguson rioters start burning and looting their own city. Cue the Stupid Song.
Earliest ice cover on Great Lakes in recorded history. The more the IPCC talks about Global Warming, the colder we get.
Top Iranian negotiator “frequently shouts” at Kerry. According to the report, the Secretary of State, fourth in line for the presidency of the United States of America, just sits there and takes it.
The Saturday Night Live skit that the Washington Post fact-checked. Having NBC mock the president is stinging the left and they’re squealing like stuck pigs.
Leader of Congressional Black Caucus threatens Ferguson grand jury. Yeah, that’s deplorable, yada yada, but here’s our question: how did a white guy get to be in charge of the Congressional Black Caucus?
Missing Lois Lerner emails found by inspector general. They were on the backup tapes. Apparently, the IRS and Eric Holder never thought to look on the backup tapes.
In response to Obama’s amnesty plan, Cruz takes to floor of Senate and quotes Cicero. It was an inspiring moment but here’s the twenty-dollar question: is there anybody left in American politics—besides Cruz—educated enough to know who Cicero is?
66-year-old co-founder of nation’s largest gay rights organization… arrested for meeting 15-year-old boy in a hotel room. Terry Bean is a man with a lot of high-level connections in the Democrat Party so watch this case get “disappeared.”
New York subway system cracks down on “man spreaders.” Hey, why pick on men? How about fat women who take up three seats because their thighs prevent them from closing their legs? Or women with butts like Kim Kardashian?
As king, Charles intends to speak out on important issues. Oh goody, just what the world needs: another certifiable moron acting as his government’s figurehead and filling every speech with hissy fits about Global Warming.
Hilarious: among Dem presidential contenders, Hillary is the young one. Gee, anybody think the Democrat Party is getting a little stale?
“Well, we did have 25 seats in play and we’ve won 13 or 14 of them. We’ve won a majority of those seats. We lost seven freshmen and we lost three—Bishop, Rahall and Barrow—fabulous people who won in tough districts over and over again. But remember what I said then, it’s like the Olympics, it’s a little bit on one side, it’ll be a fraction of a second, fraction of an inch. That’s how it came down. Of that 25, I think it’s 14 of them that we have won. There’s one that it’s a loss for us but it wasn’t an incumbent. It was Bruce Braley’s seat. So that’s another seat. But it wasn’t an incumbent, it was just that he didn’t win his own district. But in terms of people who are not coming back, it’s nine, no 10. It’s 10. It’s the three and then seven. Now, we’ll see what happens. They won 10, we won about 14 of them… Of course, no one likes to see their colleagues leave and you don’t want to lose but, of those 25 races, we won 14 and lost 10.”
For the record: the House started out with 233 Republicans, 199 Democrats, and 3 vacancies. So far, Republicans have 12 additional seats with 5 still undecided. If Republicans get 3 of those 5, they will have gained 15 seats and have the largest House majority since 1928.
Washington Post worried about excessive presidential power. No, they’re not worried about Obama having excessive power—they’re worried about King Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz inheriting all that power in 2017.
Begich finally concedes in Alaska. So, after inflicting the cursed albatross of nationalized healthcare on the nation by supplying the 60th vote for Obamacare, this one-term crybaby, who only won office because of skullduggery by the U.S. Justice Department, rides off into the sunset whining about “ten million dollars of attacks from outside groups and their partisan narrative.” So long, Markie – don’t let the door hit you where the Good Lord split you.