When the results of a Harvard University poll were released last week, showing that fewer than 30% of Millennials (Americans aged 18 to 29) said they might sign up for Obamacare, the White House shrugged off the findings. It’s just one poll, propaganda minister Jay Carney said at the next morning’s press briefing.
The 2010 presidential election had a particular politically correct phrase for functionally illiterate mouth breathers who relied on The Daily Show, The View and Pimp with a Limp for their news and informational needs.
The societal leeches who think Gubmint Trick-or-Treat lasts from January 1 to December 31 have a name.
Civic parasites, thy name is Low Information Voter.
A Virginia county’s refusal to clean up its voter rolls before the Nov. 5 Virginia election threatens to turn a populous Richmond suburb into a legal battleground in the still-undecided attorney general’s race.
True the Vote, a national election-watch group, warned Chesterfield County last month to scrub ineligible voters, or be sued. The State Board of Elections had given the county a list of 2,200 names to review.
No wonder President Obama is so eager to get more students into college despite the diminishing returns of possessing a college degree. According to a recent survey, 1 in 7 members of academia slavishly hews to the most liberal political ideals.
One of them, a professor at Michigan State University (MSU), was relieved of his teaching duties after he was captured in a hidden video angrily berating conservatives. That’s the somewhat encouraging news. The bad news is that he is been reinstated and will return to the classroom early next year.
Newly reelected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tops former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by one point, 43% to 42%.
According to the latest Pew Research poll, blacks continue to give Barack Obama stratospheric marks for the job he’s doing, with 82% of expressing approval of his handling of his job responsibilities. When asked in a Quinnipac University poll whether they find Obama honest and trustworthy, 81% of blacks again answered affirmatively.
In a ballot canvass for the super-heated Virginia attorney general election — where the GOP candidate’s lead has slipped to a mere 17 votes statewide — Republicans are steamed about a Democratic Party lawyer bullying an observer in Fairfax County.
In the video that follows the break, attorney John Farrell can be seen brusquely telling the unidentified observer, “You’re only here because I’m letting you be here.”
If there’s an object lesson to the voters in this morality tale, it might be that beauty is more than skin-deep. A more cynical reading might be that one should judge a man not by the color of his skin but by the content of his character. If Houston residents had, they’d probably feel less duped about electing a white candidate to a community post over his black counterpart.
And if you ask nicely, rumor has it it will do your laundry as well, though don’t expect it to separate whites. Fox News writes:
The federal website that enrolls Americans in Obamacare also asks applicants if they want to register to vote, raising questions about why the Obama administration would further complicate an already crash-prone website.
The historic recall elections today in Colorado are targeting Senate President John Morse and Senator Angela Giron, who are facing the first recall elections in Colorado’s history over their support of unpopular Second Amendment busting legislation.
The truly grassroots effort would be an inspiration to America, if it was reported.
The bad behavior of opponents of the recall has been well-documented and out-of-state money has been pouring in by radical left groups, particularly New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, whose ”Mayors Against Illegal Guns” has “pushed for more restrictions on firearms in states nationwide, including Colorado,” as reported by Evan Moreno via SFGate last month.
Eleven score and 11 years ago tomorrow in Philadelphia, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence from a distant King and Parliament thereby bringing forth on this continent a new democratic republic, conceived in Liberty, to be governed of, by and for the people.
Contrary to intentionally vague reports from the mainstream media that the Supreme Court today, in Shelby County (AL) v Holder, struck down an “essential” provision at the “heart” of the 1965 Voting Rights Act today, it remains illegal for states and localities to deny anyone equal access to the polls based upon race.