Category Archives: Hollywood Limousine & Learjet Liberals
Billionaire Oprah Winfrey is planning a tour to help you with your life. The Oprah Winfrey experience is coming to an arena near you. Starting in September, Winfrey will set out on an eight-city Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend … Continue reading
I know, I know. “Liberal hypocrite gasbag” is redundant, but still…. Ed Schultz is an even worse reprobate than you thought. Schultz is one of the liberal gasbags on PMSNBC who reside in the town of Hypocrisy Heights. Schultz is … Continue reading
On this day in history 34 years ago, remember, remember the 4th of November; when militant Islamic students stormed the U.S. embassy, holding 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.
To commemorate that takeover, and to demonstrate opposition to the new president’s call to “tone down” the common, daily-expressed slogan, “Death to America” chants, “tens of thousands” of protesters gathered in Tehran outside the old U.S. embassy in their own “million Islamist march” (or, as they call it, “National Day to Fight Global Arrogance”):
There has been renewed discussion of Fitzgerald’s book and the recent movie, The Great Gatsby. Although it would take a beating with a rubber hose to get me to sit through DiCaprio playing Jay Gatz, I consider Fitzgerald one of the great American wordsmiths, not just of the last century but for all time.
The Russians warned the Obama regime of their concerns that the Tsarneav’s could be religious extremists, but this regime wasn’t interested because there is no longer such a thing as “Islamic extremism.” There is no longer such a thing as … Continue reading
Or, at least the 50.5% who voted for Obama are. This has been bugging me for a while. Bernie Goldberg writes I read an interesting letter in the Wall Street Journal the other day. It came from George in Seattle … Continue reading
The Keystone Pipeline has been viewed as a means to alleviate several problems: reducing America’s dependency upon Middle East Oil, providing a source for America’s refining of oil if America ever decides to face reality and challenge the environmentalist insistence against building domestic refineries, lowering the price of fuel at the pump (since increasing pump prices directly influences the price of all domestic products, since everything moves by oil), providing employment for many Americans in the construction of the pipeline and at the port, and an assurance of a reliable source of crude (in case we decide to accept reality).