“Skip the preaching, Howie! Just give me my blankety-blank cup of coffee.”
That was the reaction of many Starbucks customers when they learned that their morning cup of caffeine was going to be accompanied by an invitation to chat with their server about race relations in America.
If you think we have a bunch of low-information voters going to the polls now, just wait until everyone at least 18 years old is required to cast a ballot. We already know that most people who do vote have no idea who their congressman is. They can’t tell you the names of their two senators. And, of course, they don’t have a clue about the other names and issues they’re asked to decide.
Some of the most hostile coverage about Hillary Clinton's emails is coming from the liberal wing of the media. The very folks the Clintonistas were counting on to protect and defend her have turned into some of her most skeptical questioners.
So Hillary Clinton admits that she deleted more than 30,000 emails from her private email account — which also included every single email she sent or received during the four years she served as Secretary of State. And we’re supposed to trust her that absolutely no mistakes were made in separating everything into the two piles?
The Justice Department has finally confirmed what many of us were certain was the case: Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson told the truth about what happened when he said he shot Michael Brown in self-defense.
So now we know that a lot of foreign governments — many of them with very shaky records on human rights — have given a ton of money to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s foundation. Is anyone surprised? More to the point, is anyone really bothered by it?
So now the Justice Department is claiming that our national security will be “irreparably harmed” if a federal judge does not lift his injunction blocking Barack Obama’s illegal amnesty program. What a crock! The administration’s arguments here are as false as the ones being spouted in Congress over funding the Department of Homeland Security.
While you’re never get a Republican leader to admit it, the truth is that of course Obama doesn’t possess the traditional love of country you and I have always taken for granted. If he did, he would never have said that his goal was to “transform” this country.
Preventing the Keystone pipeline from being completed is only part of the war that Obama is conducting against energy independence in this country.
What planet did he just come from? That was the first question that occurred to me after listening to the president’s State of the Union speech two nights ago.