A few examples:
- Communist Party USA
- American Nazi Party
- Ayatollah Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran
- Barack Obama
- The government of North Korea
- Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam
- Revolutionary Communist Party
- David Duke
- Joe Biden
- Hugo Chavez
I was eating lunch on the 20th of February with my 10-year-old Granddaughter and I asked her, "What day is tomorrow?"
She said "It's President's Day!"
She is a smart kid. I asked "What does President's Day mean?"
I was waiting for something about Washington or Lincoln .... etc.
She replied, "President's Day is when President Obama steps out of the White House, and if he sees his shadow we have one more year of unemployment."
You know, it hurts when hot coffee spurts out your nose.
For so long we have heard nothing but how the Chinese were doing things right. Hundred of millions rising up out of poverty. News cars replacing bicycles on the streets of Beijing. An economy that could not be stopped, which grew year after year after year by 10%+. But there is trouble brewing.
…Banzhaf said some Muslim students were particularly offended because they had to meditate in the school’s chapels “and at the cathedral that looms over the entire campus – the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.”Additionally, poor old “malice and forethought” have picked up a little different slant than when I used to watch Perry Mason.
…“It may not be illegal, but it suggests they are acting improperly and probably with malice,” he said. “They do have to pray five times a day, they have to look around for empty classrooms and to be sitting there trying to do Muslim prayers with a big cross looking down or a picture of Jesus or a picture of the Pope is not very conductive to their religion.”Muslim students who just happen to CHOOSE to attend a…wait for it…CATHOLIC University.
…“I don’t know what the attorney wants them to do – if he wants them to actually move the Basilica or if the Muslim students can find someplace where they don’t have to look at it,” he told Fox News.…a purely rhetorical question.
We are now just a few weeks away from the November 8th election. In fact, the ballots are being mailed out this Friday , which means people will get them in the mailboxes early next week! While there probably won't be the same amount of hype for this election as there will be for the one taking place in 2012, there are still three initiatives and two constitutional amendments that will be on this year's ballot. These items will have an impact on our state spending, state-run liquor, increased union power, and more! Voters need to take the time to educate themselves about these issues so they can make a responsible decision with their vote. That's why the Freedom Foundation created the Informed Voter Guide. This tool gives voters the unbiased facts about how each ballot measure will impact the state without the political spin.
CBS removed this video from YouTube, but I've found another copy, watch it quick before it's gone. You have to watch this video of Judge Judy before it's removed- it's actually a guy from St Paul, MN. Unbelievable.Do watch it -- Duane Brooks, Jr, is a Capital L Loser, but so is the plantiff.
As Schumer mocks millionaires, Sessions proposes “Solyndra Rule”
Another day, another Dem spouting class-warfare rhetoric and attributing to opponents the most heinous motives for objecting to the American Jobs Act. At least Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) decided to enliven his act with an infantile impersonation that — yep — reminds me pretty exactly of all the millionaires I know.
Meanwhile, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) says: Y’all want to talk about tax hikes? Sure. Just as soon as the federal government stops wasting money.And thus is born the "Solyndra Rule".
"Have you looked at North Korea my friend? Are those people eating in North Korea?"Mark Levin. Click and enjoy.
“…we have a safe, free nation where anybody can make whatever the Hell they want out of themselves!“
So, if you're walking past Heritage Park, remember the 1st Amendment, and wave politely to #OccupyWallaWalla.Approximately 50 people occupied the park, not so much to protest corporate greed and social inequality -- though there was plenty of that -- but to discuss how to organize future protests.