Category Archives: Pelosi

Since the two state solution for Israel is moribund, here are some other ideas


It has been claimed, correctly for now, that the “two state” solution for Israel’s problems with Islamists is dead. The general feeling seems to be that as long as Hamas remains in power in Gaza, the “two state” solution, much praised by the Obama … Continue reading

Posted in Andrew Klavan, Border closings, Culture of violence, Democracy, Foreign policy, Gaza, Good stuff for everone free, Hamas, Humor, IDF, Islamists, Israel, Jews, Libruls, Muslims, Netanyahu, Obama, Obama's America, Palestinian heroes, Pelosi, Political Correctness, Satire, Turkey, United States of Obama | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Allen West, Ben Carson and Bill Whittle are Obstructionists (?)


This is another guest post by The Very Honorable Ima Librul, Senator from the State of Confusion Utopia. He was the first person of consequence to announce changes to the Bill of Rights enacted by President Obama and we are honored to … Continue reading

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“Comprehensive” Immigration Reform and Severe Indigestion


Even First Lady Michelle would caution against consuming an entire ten course meal in one mouthful and direct instead that each bite be chewed separately and thoroughly, swallowed cautiously and then digested. Comprehensive immigration reform has more than ten courses, yet we are … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, 2016 Obama's America, Administrative Agencies, Auld Lang Syne, Cabinet offices, Commerce Clause, Democrats, Elections, Food stamps, Good stuff for everone free, Government and individual choices, Health Control, Hispanic, integration into society, Libruls, Mexico, Obama, Obama Dream Order, Pelosi, Politics, Power Line, Republicans, Voting | Tagged , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Keeping Freedom is, at least, as difficult as Getting it.


Without freedom, only willing slaves and their masters can be “happy.” Here is an excellent article by Daniel Greenfield reprinted at PA Pundits – International. He contends, What made the American Revolution unique was that its cause was not the mere transfer of … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Obama's America, Abuse of Power, Benjamin Carson, Conservatives, Edsel, Elections, Freedom, Government reliance, Governor Romney, Health Control, Liberals, Libruls, Obama, ObamaCare, Pelosi, Political class, Politics, Republicans, U.S. Military, United States, Voting | Tagged , , , , , | 8 Comments

What does the Republican Party Want?


Reelection of its incumbents and power of course, but what else matters? Anything? An article by Scott Rasmussen published yesterday contends that Just a few days after reaching [the fiscal cliff] agreement, an inside-the-Beltway publication reported another area of bipartisan … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Obama's America, Civil War, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Debt limit, Education, Government reliance, History, Libruls, Obama, Pelosi, Political class, Politics, United States, Venezuela | Tagged , , , | 11 Comments

Apes have been Rude, Crude and Unfair to Attorney General Holder.


They have also been unkind to one of his people, President Obama. They deserve compassion and help, not racist scorn from apes! General holder is a courageously humble civil servant who (unlike the Surgeon General) does not even occasionally wear … Continue reading

Posted in Boehner, Congress, Courts, Dead People, Discrimination, Elections, Freedom, Hispanic, Holder, Humility, Humor, Judges, la Raza, Media, Obama, Pelosi, Politics, Racism, Satire, Snark, TOTUS, United States, White House | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments