Tag Archives: Shameful

On Bradley Manning

Apparently he’s now Chelsea. Manning’s own words, via TNR: As I transition into this next phase of my life, I want everyone to know the real me. I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female. Given the way that I … Continue reading

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Benghazi, Obama and the Surreal Expectations of the Progressive Left

Ace has a post up relating to the Benghazi disaster, starting with a sharp tweet: As @johnekdahl puts it: It was decided from the first moments that this wasn’t terrorism, because it would be politically harmful if it were terrorism. … Continue reading

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Obama: Fundamentally Unserious or Deliberately Incompetent?

I never liked candidate Barack Obama and didn’t vote for him for President. But on his inauguration day, when he ended his speech, I stood and I clapped because I love my country and I hoped that Obama’s rhetoric would … Continue reading

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You think?

Having seen a fellow Ambassador dragged through the streets and other embassies burning and under siege, do you think any American Ambassadors (and their staff) in Arab and/or Muslim countries are comfortable and secure? God help these people.

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Bully Brooks Bayne: Belligerent Petulant Immature Narcissist

I’ve been watching Brooks Bayne on Twitter for months and am not the only one noticing a very troubling trend by the self-proclaimed conservative federalist attacking fellow conservatives. He attacks Aaron Worthing, victim of convicted Speedway bomber Brett Kimberlin. He … Continue reading

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Not Much Ado About Something

Hat Tip Townhall, artist Glenn Foden:

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War on Christians Continues Apace

Am I the only one feeling like the anti-Christian rhetoric is ramping up? I admit to being a bit sensitive after last week’s Chick-fil-A dust-up. This weekend pushed my limit as an atheist twitterer gave a lecture on “The Real … Continue reading

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