Sen. Tim Scott to Obama: ‘What type of gun law would have made this situation not occur?’

Carmine Sabia BizPac Review 6/20/2015

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott has a question for President Obama after the president pushed the idea of more anti-gun legislation just hours after nine people were killed in a Charleston church.

“What type of gun law would have made this situation not occur?” Scott asked, appearing Friday on Fox […]

Tweet of the day

Robert Stacy McCain Twitter 13 Nov 2013



ObamaCare GOOD NEWS: “You can stay on your parents’ policy until you’re 26.” ObamaCare BAD NEWS: “Their policy just got canceled.”

— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) November 13, 2013




H/T DaTechGuy


Update: Churches enlisted as “trusted partners” to sell Obamacare. “God is […]

Bloomberg to dump $2M into Chicago race to defeat gun advocate Halvorson

Jessica Chasmar The Washington Times 2/17/2013

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has taken the gun fight to Chicago and is poised to spend $2 million in an attempt to defeat former Rep. Debbie Halvorson in her bid for the U.S. House seat vacated by disgraced Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr.

Most of the mayor’s super […]

DOJ to Train Black Pastors to Campaign for Obama

Eric Odom Liberty News Network 29 May 2012

Just when you think you’ve seen it all… Obama’s dictatorship style DOJ drops a new level of shock on us all. Swallow your drink and then read this.

Attorney General Eric Holder, the IRS, and the liberal lawyers at the ACLU will brief several hundred pastors in […]

WH getting blowback from African-American churches over gay-marriage stance

Ed Morrissey 5/14/2012

Barney Frank told the panel on ABC’s This Week that “I don’t think anyone’s vote was changed” when Barack Obama endorsed the legalization of same-sex marriage — but that might be too optimistic an analysis. The New York Times reports that the White House went on a charm offensive with leaders […]

Banks turn to demolition of foreclosed properties to ease housing-market pressures

Demolition: Four years into this city’s housing crisis, it has often become cheaper for banks to give away a home and pay to demolish it than continue to hold on. And places across the country are watching. Click on the image to enlarge.

Brady Dennis The Washington Post 10/12/2011

Cleveland — The sight […]