Ted Cruz wins Republican runoff for Texas Senate seat Former state solicitor general Ted Cruz, a tea party-aligned conservative once regarded as a long-shot candidate, has won the Republican runoff in Texas, where he will be the GOP nominee for … Continue reading
So what’s happening today? Are the Olympics still going on? Anything tin-foily to report? Does Obama still wear mom-jeans? This is an open thread.
‘Kiss My A**’: Media Fabricates ‘Gaffe’ After Romney’s Successful Israel, Poland Visits You have to love the way this story is written by Politico’s Jonathan Martin — whose Indian name is He Who Does Oppo-Research On Private Citizens To Protect … Continue reading
An Obama quote taken out of context, yet again There is a dead giveaway here that something is missing: Why would Obama be bragging that his plan “worked” when the unemployment rate is still above 8 percent? That doesn’t sound … Continue reading
In U.S., Bill Clinton at His Most Popular Solid majorities of whites, independents, and all age groups view him favorably Two-thirds of Americans — 66% — have a favorable opinion of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, tying his record-high favorability … Continue reading
Federal Court Finds Obama Appointees Interfered With New Black Panther Prosecution A federal court in Washington, DC, held today that political appointees appointed by President Obama did interfere with the Department of Justice’s prosecution of the New Black Panther Party. … Continue reading
Breaking the Anti-Mormon Code Democrats, media using coded language to draw attention to Mitt Romney’s faith The Obama campaign and mainstream media are using “dog-whistles” to draw attention to and suspicion of Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith, while attempting to maintain … Continue reading