Barack and Valerie's Great Communist Party Marriage

Rich new information on Valerie Jarrett’s red diaper loyalties and ties.

Paul Kengor The American Spectator 7/17/2015

…why am I writing now? What’s the latest in this nightmarish political soap opera?

My latest offering here is prompted by the fine work of Judicial Watch, which has obtained by FOIA request the FBI files of three […]

Racing Through History

 

 

Daniel Greenfield The Sultan Knish 7/3/2015

…As Ben Carson pointed out, we will not get rid of racism by banning the Confederate flag. Even when it is used at its worst, by the likes of Dylann Storm Roof, it is a symptom, not the problem. Roof was not radicalized by the dead […]

Obama declares racism inhabits Americans' DNA

Andrew Malcolm Investors.com 6/23/3015

Barack Obama made a revealing — and disappointing — observation in a podcast interview the other day.

The interview with a comedian named Marc Maron received extensive news coverage because Obama used a crude term for black people, usually bleeped in audio or described in print as n—–.

But that’s not […]

Mark Steyn Reminds Democrats: The Confederate Flag Belongs To Their Party

 

 

Rusty Weiss The Political Insider 6/25/2015

Columnist Mark Steyn weighed in on the Confederate flag debate, saying it’s absurd that the Republican party has been linked with the controversial relic because it’s actually a “Democrat flag.”

Steyn ripped the Democrat party historically, saying they were “the largest and most powerful institution supporting […]

‘The Government Cannot Bestow Dignity’

Alex Pfeiffer The Daily Caller 6/26/2015

…Thomas’ dissent focused on the idea of negative rights, “As one later commentator observed, ‘[L]iberty in the eighteenth century was thought of much more in relation to ‘negative liberty’; that is, freedom from, not freedom to, freedom from a number of social and political evils, including arbitrary government power,’” […]

Shakespeare and the decline of America

Daniel Hannan The Washington Examiner 6/22/2015

There are moments when I want to weep for America. They often come, now that I think of it, when I read the Washington Post. Last week, that newspaper ran an article by a long-serving English teacher in Sacramento called Dana Dusbiber, who dislikes Shakespeare so much that she […]