As previously reported at Liberty Unyielding, Harris-Perry said in part that the word “Obamacare” was “conceived of by wealthy white men who needed to put themselves above and apart from a black man, to render him inferior and unequal, and to diminish his accomplishments.”
The top lawyer for the IRS in the midst of the congressional investigation swirling around the nation’s tax collectors and their admitted targeting of the Tea Party has responded to a written inquiry, and managed to claim ignorance on 80 different responses, as reported by The Daily Mail of London, England on Dec. 4, 2013.
The IRS Chief Counsel William Wilkins was slammed by GOP House heavyweights, Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Regulatory Subcommittee Chair Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) have sent a letter to Wilkins giving the IRS top lawyer 10 days to “amend” his answers if he so chooses.
Greece’s Golden Dawn party refers to itself as a “a Social and Nationalist movement” on their website. Although they deny associating with the Nazi party, they are often referred to as “neo-nazis” in the press. They are “anti-Zionist” (code for anti-Semitic) and they speak derisively of the left… and the right. In fact they “spit on the face of the Right-wing traitors…”
According to them, they are “opposed to both internationalist communism and globalist capitalism.” Continue reading
Admission: It has become increasingly harder for this 2008 Housing-Bust-and-subsequent-Great-Recession-ravaged South Carolina Gamecock now roosted atop Stone Mountain of Georgia, to be thankful during the anemic so-called recovery brought to America by Obamanomics.
This was a big week for lies and nastiness from the mainstream media, political wonks, and progressives. This was the week where Martin Bashir apologized, but Chris Cuomo didn’t think he was that wrong, the tea party killed Kennedy, Oprah called us racist, Bush got blamed for Iran, and the LA Times kind of fibbed about the Obamcare exchanges.
While appearing on Monday’s edition of the Today Show, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin schooled Matt Lauer, informing him that Obamacare is nothing more than “socialized medicine” that is “being crammed” down America’s throat.
Palin also hammered Lauer when he asked about Obama’s apology last week.
The Hunger Games have been pushed too far outside of the Capitol City for the Old Dominion to maintain its former conservative ways.
No one should be shocked that Democrats nominate and that eligible American voters elect liberal rogues, even Continue reading
Yes, we know that Tuesday’s election is merely the GOP’s primary run-off between Bradley Byrne and Dean Young, the winner of which will most likely face a yet-to-be-chosen Democrat in the December 17 special election to replace Jo Bonnor, who resigned his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives to accept a position with the University of Alabama.
This is silly.
A recap, to begin. The Tea Party and limited-government folks are right that we are at a great crisis point in the life of the republic. The “moderate” or “establishment” conservatives are right that there is a limit to what can be done at the moment within the constraints of law.
But two things really need doing. Continue reading
I wrote a few days ago about the current division in the Republican Party, which is as profound as I can remember seeing it in my lifetime. The dialogue on this isn’t going to end any time soon. There’s a sense in which we would be shortsighted to want it to. Some observations.
1. Rush Limbaugh is right about the Tea Party and other limited-government conservatives. They have been galvanized by the recent fight, not abashed. The sense about Ted Cruz among limited-government conservatives may be best expressed by Lincoln’s famous exclamation Continue reading
On Monday, Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., issued a fundraising email comparing the Tea Party to the KKK, an organization founded by Democrats after the Civil War to keep southern blacks in line. The email showed a picture of a burning cross used as a “t” to spell “Tea Party.” Grayson defended the email, the Daily Caller said, by claiming the Tea Party is racist for disagreeing with Barack Obama.