Being president of the United States isn’t easy. Being Barack Obama being president is evidently tougher still. Despite then-candidate Obama’s chest pounding in 2008 when he spoke arrogantly of bringing a gun to a knife fight, he wasn’t facing a real enemy back then. His opponent was a 72-year-old war veteran who wasn’t really jonesing for a brawl, which was probably lucky for Obama, who would found himself on his back sucking air if McCain had thrown a punch.
Motorists on Interstate 95 in Del Ray Beach, Florida, couldn’t help but see the word “Jihad” spray-painted in letters twenty feet tall on a wall alongside the road, but only a CBS affiliate caught on film a shouting match that appeared to come very, very close to fisticuffs, as reported by The Blaze via WGST.
Jihawg Ammo, a company in the north Idaho community of Dalton Gardens, is selling what it calls a “peaceful and natural deterrent” to Islamic terrorism that doesn’t require a presidential apology or diplomatic bowing and scraping — bullets laced with pork.
“Jihadists fear being defiled by pork, especially during Jihad,” the company says on its website.
All candidates appearing on the ballot for the post of head puppet must first pass the clerics’ radical litmus tests before Iranians get to vote.
Apparently not everyone was paying attention when President Obama announced in a speech last month that “this war [on terror], like all wars, must end.” How else to explain two news stories this morning detailing acts of terrorism, one actual and unrivaled in its depraved indifference, the other suspected?
When the nation’s first black president and his family visit Africa later this month, they can probably look forward to a warm reception. That’s provided the steer clear of South Africa, where a warrant has been sworn for Barack Obama’s arrest.
Jani and Bob Bergdahl, parents of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American soldier captured by the Taliban four years ago, are set to speak at a “Bring Bowe Back” rally to be held in Hailey, Idaho on June 22, according to a press release issued late Thursday.
June 22, the event page says, is the fourth anniversary of the date Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban.
Bill Clinton says jump and Commander-in-Chief Barack Obama’s administration asks how high?
Clinton told Sen. John McCain he agrees that Obama should act more forcefully to support anti-Assad rebels in Syria, saying the American public elects presidents and members of Congress “to see down the road” and “to win.”
Getting tired of lesbians, bisexuals, gays, transgendereds, pro-abortion choicers, Sandra Fluke anti-conceptionists, and now Espionage Act-violating leakers of national security secrets attempting to usurp the noble civil rights legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.? This content-of-character dreamer is.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), one of our tea partier conservative Republican heroes, disappointed us this week when he conflated the domestic spying revelations of Edward Snowden, former NSA contractor currently now living in Hong Kong under the “protection” of the Communist Chinese government, with a southern Baptist preacher who willingly sacrificed his personal liberty to oppose unjust laws denying blacks equal rights under the United States Constitution. Here’s Paul:
Once again, the proposition that one man’s art is another’s atrocity is being tested by a controversial new exhibit. This time, the site of the hubbub is the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume in Paris, a world-class museum. And the show igniting the firestorm, titled “Death,” features dozens of intimate and often disquieting portraits of Palestinian suicide bombers with anti-Israeli captions that glorify their deaths as acts of martyrdom.