October 2015

Carl Berstein Said WHAT?

Journalist and author Carl Bernstein slammed CNBC as “really reprehensible,” and argued Republicans are “right about the mainstream media” on Wednesday’s “CNN Tonight.”

Bernstein said, “More than anything, MSNBC was — I’m sorry, CNBC was really reprehensible, but we got a real look at the Republican Party, for the first time, and their anti-government message is really picking up steam, and the Democrats got to pay attention to it. And they’re right about the mainstream media. We in the mainstream media need to read the right-wing press more, looking online, I look at it. Because it is a very different universe than we talk about, and there are a lot of people out there that adhere to it.”

"We Have the Right to Kill Non-Muslims"

  In response to questions about Muslim violence against non-Muslims, Mullah Krekar tells Norwegian TV that not only is it okay for Muslims to kill non-Muslims. it’s actually required by Qu’ranic law. Further the imam says that “Muslims have the right to Kill anyone who does not respect Islam.”

(Wonder how it ever became known as the religion of peace)



1.6 Growth in Economy During Last Quarter

Agency Lied About Climate Change Data

  Worried about climate fraud, Congress is investigating a federal agency for allegedly manipulating weather data to show recent global warming when there is none. So why is the agency refusing to cooperate?

First, a little background: Satellite temperature readings clearly show no warming trend for the last 18 years, 8 months and counting. None.

This fact is significant for two reasons: One, satellite temperature readings are the most comprehensive and thus the most accurate. And, two, the pause in warming since 1998 undercuts the entire global warming agenda of the environmental movement and its allies on the left who see in climate change an opportunity to impose greater government control over our lives.

(Don't expect a lot of mainsteam media coverageon this.)

The Hysterical Crusade of our Times

As the United Nations gears up for its next international conference on climate change in Paris next month, a scathing white paper released by a society of French mathematicians calls its fight against global warming “absurd” and “a costly and pointless crusade”.

“You would probably have to go quite a long way back in human…history to find [such a] mad obsession,” according to a translated summary.

(Gosh, guess the French mathematicians are anti-science.)

Isn't That Just Like the New York Times?

Second Lady Jill Biden is more than three times more likely than Ben Carson to be called ‘Dr.’ by The New York Times.

(Not the first time something like this has happened. In a particularly egregious example of long ago, 1988, President Reagan was on his last trip to the Soviet Union. CBS' Dan Rather, in at least one report, kept referring to the president as "Mr. Reagan," and Mikhail Gorbachev as "President Gorbachev." This was not only annoying but wrong. The official title of Gorbachev as not "president." And Mr. Reagan was over there in his official capacity of "President.")


It's Because the Bureaucrats Hate Only One Religion

Not a Promising Fiscal Record

 

Upon taking control of the House in 2011, Republicans approved a budget with $1.3 trillion in deficit spending, pushing the national debt to $14.7 trillion (this is the officially recognized debt, not taking into account tens of trillions of dollars in unfunded liabilities).

Today, after four years of GOP control of the House, during the last ten months of which Republicans have also controlled the Senate, the debt stands at $18 trillion. In his last official act, Speaker John Boehner, along with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, will accede to Obama’s demand to push the debt limit to an unimaginable $19.5 trillion in just the next two years – a transparent attempt to remove the threat posed by deficit spending as a 2016 election issus. That is nearly $5 trillion added to the national debt since the GOP’s 2010 pledge to end out-of-control borrowing and spending. Mind you, it took over 200 years for the United States to accumulate $5 trillion in debt after constitutional governance began in the late eighteenth century. With this latest deal, Republicans have colluded with Democrats to add about two-and-a-half times that amount – $13 trillion – since President George W. Bush was sworn in in January 2001.

In the 2016 campaign, Republicans will blame all of this on Obama and the Democrats.  They will continue to hope you don’t realize the spending could not have happened without their acquiescence – often their insistence. They will hope you don’t check the paper trail and realize that they promised to stop it, then caved. They will vow: “If you’ll just turn out to vote for us, under our new management, we are not going to do business like this.”

If, come January 20, 2017, Hillary Clinton is taking the presidential oath of office, ready to hit the ground running with big Democratic gains in Congress, we will know why.