Saturday, March 26, 2016

Judicial Watch just found more of Hillary Clinton's lost private emails

Paul Ryan: #Obamacare is a government takeover. It needs to be repealed and replaced.


Today could be a Sanders Saturday sweep

Succinct explanation of EU "subsidies"

Friday, March 25, 2016

But who prays for Baghdad?

"It is either you support the Republican nominee, or you support Hillary."

...I am sticking to the facts.

The fact is, all last summer you warned me that Trump was using the Republican Party. You made him sign a pledge to stay in the party. He signed.

The fact is, he emerged the winner in a field of 17 candidates.

The fact is, you want to renege on the pledge.

The fact is, he is drawing Democrats to the party in numbers not seen since Reagan ran in 1980.

The fact is, he has 7,811,245 votes, and his nearest rival has 5,732,220.

The fact is, he has 739 delegates, and his nearest rival has 465.

The fact is, he has a 67 percent or better chance of getting a majority of the delegates.

The fact is, he is self-funded, which is a problem for what Phyllis Schlafly calls the Donor Class.

The fact is, he is a conservative. Pro-gun? He and his sons acquired rare New York weapons permit for years. Pro-life? A little late to the game, but we need converts. Balanced budget? He is under his own budget by $50 million. Strong on the military. Strong on law enforcement.. Strong on immigration control.

And that latter is what this really is all about: Immigration control. The moneyed interests do not want it. And that includes Fox News owner Sir Rupert Murdoch, and likely those donors who keep the National Review alive. In 60 years, the magazine never made money. Never. I find it odd that a conservative publication does not participate in capitalism.

I also am coming to grips with the reality that foundation conservatives -- those who work for "non-profits" -- are just as out-of-touch as those working for the liberal foundations. Each is conducting utopia in a test tube. We suffer as the guinea pigs for their airy theories. No, free trade has not benefited most of America. DC and NYC maybe, but not Flyover America.... (read the whole thing, at the link.)

ISIS Releases Video with Exploding Eiffel Tower

California's Largest Reservoir -- Too Full

The brother and sister who were on the phone with a relative when the twin bombs exploded at the Brussels airport were among the 31 people killed in the terror attacks



Thursday, March 24, 2016

How officials failed to stop the #Brussels attack

Ted Cruz: Donald Trump has spent decades supporting liberal Democratic politicians

Obama ignores calls to come home following #BrusselsAttacks to attend dinner in Argentina

Anonymous vows revenge on ISIS

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Jeb Bush endorses Ted Cruz

FIVE Brussels terror suspects including the 'Man In White' are still on the run after twin suicide attacks by two brothers and ISIS master bombmaker left at least 31 dead

Mia Love, Club for Growth endorse Ted Cruz


Paul Ryan's speech this morning

The average monthly salary in Cuba was 584 pesos, or about $24, in 2014, a significant increase in the average monthly salary over the previous year, which was 471 pesos ($20).

When the president and his family landed in Cuba Sunday, the first lady descended Air Force One wearing a sleeveless, rose-print dress made by designer Carolina Herrera. The dress is currently sold for $2,190 at Bergdorf Goodman, an upscale department store.

Later, on Monday evening, Obama dressed in a floral, knee-length dress from designer Naeem Khan to attend the state dinner at the Palace of the Revolution in Havana, Cuba. A similar frock from Naeem Khan, a Barack Obama donor, available in the designer’s pre-fall 2016 collection costs $4,490.

Clinton Email Scandal: Here’s One Thing Hillary Was Trying To Hide

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Western State Primary Election Results – Arizona, Idaho, Utah, American Samoa

Another GOP lawmaker endorses Trump

"Destroying ISIS, Does America Have the Will?"

The only way to defeat these terrorists is to fight them together – with political unity and moral clarity.


Isis claims responsibility for Brussels attacks 'in revenge for Belgium's role fighting militants in Syria and Iraq'
In a statement released through one of its propaganda outlets, the so-called Islamic State said "explosive belts and devices" were used to massacre passengers checking in at Brussels Airport and on a Metro train.
"Islamic State fighters opened fire inside Zaventem Airport, before several of them detonated their explosive belts, as a martyrdom bomber detonated his explosive belt in the Maalbeek Metro station," a spokesperson said.

Blast hits Metro station just yards from EU headquarters...

'Shocking' Unpreparedness...

Oh my. 6th Circuit. is not happy with the IRS over targeting conservative groups

Clinton Email Scandal: It's Time Hillary Suspended Her Campaign

"Government has become about as popular as a swarm of mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus."

GOP lawyer paints chaotic scene of contested convention

Monday, March 21, 2016

Bret Baier GRILLS John Kasich on the abject impossibility of his fantasy nomination

Ted Cruz Speaks at AIPAC

Bill Clinton’s True Feelings About Barack Obama

..."[I]f you believe we can all rise together, if you believe we’ve finally come to the point where we can put the awful legacy of the last eight years behind us..."

Ivanka Trump converted to Orthodox Judaism in 2009: Ivanka & Jewish Family Values

Donald Trump speaking @AIPAC

By rushing to normalize relations with Cuba, Obama is setting a dangerous precedent—appeasing a dictator and isolating Congress

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert endorses Ted Cruz

Why it’s time for a Trump revolution

...It’s been a long road to get here. When Trump’s name first popped up, I joked about moving to Canada. When he launched his campaign, I cursed him, certain he was going to create a circus just when Republicans finally had a strong field of candidates.

I was intrigued by many of them, starting with Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Scott Walker and Jeb Bush. Others I admired while believing they wouldn’t get far — Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal, Ben Carson, Lindsey Graham, George Pataki and Carly Fiorina.

I like those Republicans even though I’m a registered Democrat, just not that kind of Democrat. I voted for President Obama in 2008, believing he meant it when he said no red states, no blue states, only the United States. The barrier he broke added to his appeal.

Six months later, I was off the bus. It was already clear Obama had no intention of building a consensus on anything, although few realized he would be such a radical and partisan polarizer. He may love America, but doesn’t seem to like actual Americans. Other than himself, of course.

With the world on fire thanks to his abdication of global leadership, and with the home front nervous and angry, the 2016 race couldn’t come soon enough. I hoped a Democrat would emerge who realized that Obama had set us on a course that was dangerous and unsustainable, with our ­national debt exceeding $18 trillion.

Clearly, neither Bernie Sanders nor Hillary Clinton is that Dem, though I’ll vote for Sanders in the New York primary just to send her a message.

Following Obama, Clinton’s election would be a calamity. She would be beholden to him, and unable to shift much from his disastrous policies. And who knows what she really believes?...