Why We Sued St. Louis County Court To Get Michael Brown’s Juvenile Arrest Records

Charles C. Johnson Got News 8/22/2014

Got News filed a lawsuit against St. Louis County court today to obtain the juvenile arrest records of Michael Brown after the court denied his request. Brown was killed in a controversial altercation with Officer Darren Wilson.

Got News editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson was told by two different law […]

These questions are seven months old and remain unanswered

Trey Gowdy Demands Answers On Benghazi

Dan Adams YouTube 10/30/2013

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Related: Doherty’s friend blames Patrick Kennedy for Benghazi deaths; says family received no benefits

While attention has turned to the newly created select committee on the Benghazi investigation, a friend of one of the four killed in the consulate attack says […]

Obama Goes Golfing, Skips Aunt Zeituni’s Funeral

Shifra TammyBruce.com 4/23/2014





This is how The Weekly Standard reported the story:

President Obama did not attend the funeral of his late aunt Zeituni Onyango. Instead, he went golfing.

However, The NY Times (where the story was first reported) shows more, er…‘sensitivity’ in their coverage…



The article continues […]

The ‘Selfie’ President

John Hinderaker PowerLine 12/12/2013

There is a reason why the infamous selfie photo is the only significant news story to emerge from Nelson Mandela’s funeral. The shot, and the story, resonate with people because they express what we already knew about Barack Obama: he is a narcissist. Michael Ramirez puts the selfie into historical context:


Irony alert: Sign language interpreter at Mandela memorial a ‘fake’; hand gestures meant nothing

Vince Coglianese The Daily Caller 12/11/2013

The sign language interpreter who stood alongside world leaders at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service and translated their words for deaf viewers was nothing but a big phony.

According to the Associated Press, the man — who was seen standing in close proximity to leaders like President Obama — has […]

Britain Observes Remembrance Day

The British Monarchy Facebook 10 November 2013

The Queen at the Cenotaph on Whitehall where she laid a wreath during the annual Remembrance Sunday service, 10 November 2013. More than 10,000 military veterans and civilians will march past the Cenotaph later to commemorate the war dead.





H/T T.S.