Friday, May 15th, 2015


Today’s black leaders ‘worse than KKK, skinheads combined’

Baltimore is in crisis. Violent crime is surging. Police are afraid to chase crooks, because they fear for their jobs. And State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who filed charges against six officers in the death of Freddie Gray, is partying with pop stars even as her case falls apart. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson calls it nothing less than a “betrayal” of the civil-rights movement and says the situation in Baltimore illustrates how African-Americans are worse off than they were 50 years ago. And he’s not hesitant to pin the blame. “Modern-dayRead More

Mayor rips ‘reckless’ Amtrak engineer

The engineer who sped around a train track curve at 106 miles per hour, resulting in the derailment of seven cars and death of eight, says he doesn’t remember a thing – and he’s now hired an attorney to represent him. Brandon Bostian, through his attorney, Robert Goggin, said he has no recollection and “no explanation” to offer for the crash, ABC News reported. “[He] has absolutely no recollection of the incident,” Goggin said, in an interview with “Nightline” on ABC. “The [only] thing he recalls is being thrown around,Read More

Liberal Teacher: Common Core Like Education System I Saw in Soviet Union

Wait a minute… a liberal bringing up Communism?!?! (Infowars) – The New Hampshire Union Leader published a guest op/ed from a teacher who identifies herself as a liberal. Diane Sekula is a teacher in Hooksett, NH and she was responding to a published article that said Common Core is a conservative flashpoint. Sekula writes: I come from a staunch Democrat family. By most people’s standards, I would be considered liberal. I am also, however, very much against Common Core. Public dissatisfaction with Common Core is not a partisan issue. ItRead More

Family of 8th Grader Suspended for NRA T-Shirt Sues School Board

(Breitbart) – In April 2013, then-8th grader Jared Marcum was suspended from Logan Middle School in West Virginia after refusing to take off an NRA t-shirt he wore that day. His mother is now suing the Logan County Board of Education. ABC News reported that Marcum wore the shirt all the way through fifth period with no problem but was then “confronted by one of the school’s teachers while getting his lunch.” Marcum was given the option to take the shirt off or turn it inside out; he refused. Instead,Read More

Federal bill requires all public students to be vaccinated

A Florida Democrat in Congress is proposing legislation that would require all public-school students in America to be vaccinated, preventing parents with religious or other objections from opting out their children. The plan by U.S. Rep. Frederica S. Wilson is the “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015.” While its future in the Republican-controlled U.S. House appears limited, it illustrates recent concerns over communicable diseases spreading among school populations with large numbers of immigrants. Neither the legislation nor a statement by Wilson addresses the huge cost of negative vaccination reactions reportedRead More

Self-Proclaimed Christian Obama Rebukes The Words Of Jesus To Make A Political Point

Add this to the list of reasons of why Obama is a disgrace to America. The Narcissist-in-Chief recently threw another subtle jab at Christians (despite his claims of being one). On Tuesday, he spoke to a crowd at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit and basically told everyone that Jesus, the Savior of the world, was a pessimist when it came to the impoverished. Not.Even.Kidding. “One of the things I’m always concerned about is cynicism. My chief of staff, Denis McDonough, we take walks around the South Lawn, usually when the weatherRead More

Atheism on the Rise in America

While we are still living in a predominately Christian nation, according to a new Pew Research Center study, an increasing number of Americans now fall into the category of “nones”—people who describe themselves as agnostic, atheist, or do not identify with a particular faith. From 2007 to 2014, the two years Pew conducted this large-scale study of American religious life, the number of “nones” jumped from 16 percent to nearly 23 percent. Seventy percent of Americans still identify as Christians, but this number has declined.   The number of AmericansRead More

Former CIA Official: WH’s Story on Benghazi Talking Points Isn’t Credible

Katie wrote up former CIA Acting Director Mike Morell’s Fox News interview earlier in the week, but I wanted to highlight this exchange on Benghazi talking points: “That is crossing the line between national security and politics…I don’t believe [the White House’s explanation]…Lying is a strong word. I didn’t believe what they were saying.” At first, the White House tried to pin the “spontaneous protest” fairy tale on CIA intelligence, which Morell has previously debunked (“the video was not part of the CIA analysis”).  Reams of evidence demonstrate that the US government knew that BenghaziRead More

Exposed: George Stephanopoulos Hid $50K Clinton Foundation Donation From Viewers

While reporting on, and aggressively defending the Clinton Foundation from numerous scandals and ethical issues, George Stephanopoulos, the star and poster boy of ABC News, hid his own conflict of interest from viewers. According to Politico, Bill Clinton’s former war room soldier and press secretary, the current anchor of “Good Morning America” and “This Week,” has donated at least $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation. This is a bombshell of a black eye for ABC News. Since ABC News hired Stephanopoulos as its chief anchor and chief political correspondent, many questionedRead More

Karl Rove: Democrats’ Destructive Ways Have Me ‘Baffled’

The Clintons and President Barack Obama appear to be losing their political acumen when it comes to recent public statements, said Karl Rove. In an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, the former deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush says he is baffled by a series of instances which, he says, seem to prove they are out of touch with the electorate and how they may be perceived. “The year isn’t half over, and already more than a few things in the Democratic political world haveRead More