When things hit the fan for the Internal Revenue Service last week, a strategic decision was made to have a random tax lawyer ask a seemingly innocuous question and then have Lois Lerner answer with the bombshell admission that the IRS was targeting conservative groups.
The story of the IRS’s … Read More
How bad did the White House look this week?
Left-leaning pollster John Zogby found President Obama losing ground even with his base, according to a poll reported on the Zogby Analytics website Friday,
Rasmussen Reports, meanwhile, found Obama has only a 48 percent approval rating among voters, … Read More
We hear a lot about "low information voters" these days and Fox News host Bill O'Reilly gives us an up close look at who these people are. On Friday's show, he sends a producer out into the streets of New York to randomly ask people about the IRS and Benghazi scandals, with the predictable … Read More
Three burglars kicked in the front door of a Houston home, then beat the homeowner and stuffed him into an upstairs closet while they took their time looking for items to steal. The burglars were unaware that the closet they threw the homeowner into was one he used to store his gun … Read More
At Friday’s powerful House Ways and Means Committee hearing investigating the wrongdoings of the Internal Revenue Service’s tax-exempt unit, Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Penn., delivered a stirring and brutal smack down of the IRS’s conduct, earning him a very rare and loud ovation from the audience … Read More
This is how liberals cloud their minds.
For the second time this week, liberal writer Paul Waldman graces the pages of the American Prospect about the Benghazi scandal.
Pompously sweeping aside even the folks on his side of the sanity divide (the wrong side), Waldman argues that the whole … Read More
In a Friday appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward claimed that of the three major scandals plaguing the Obama administration, the one the public should keep its eye on is the Sept. 11 attack on our foreign mission in Benghazi.
“You go to the … Read More
In today's political climate, things are only so once a polling company declares them as such, and in that regard, the Obama administration has some problems.
According to polling results released by Gallup on Thursday, most Americans agree that both the IRS scandal and the attack in Benghazi … Read More
Opening the interview with a couple of very damning indictments from major newspapers, CNN’s Piers Morgan grilled White House Secretary Jay Carney Thursday on the numerous scandals the administration has faced this week. But Carney incredulously disagreed, basically saying there were no … Read More
In Saudi Arabia, the women are hot and the fatwas never end.
According to a report from International Business Times, a man “claiming to be a Salafist-Wahhabist cleric has decreed women should not turn on air conditioners or coolers at home in the absence of their husbands.”
The trollop's … Read More
Saudi Arabian religious leaders are having such a conniption over the growing popularity of Twitter, one has even suggested users will spend an eternity in purgatory or hell or wherever social media sinners go.
Saudi religious police chief Sheikh Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh “said anyone … Read More
Reports that Koch Industries is exploring a bid to buy the Tribune Co.’s newspapers has Orlando’s far left in a lather over the prospect of losing “its” paper.
The Orlando Sentinel is one of several Tribune newspapers, which also include the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, … Read More
For an idea about how the mainstream media will try to clean up a bad week for the Obama administration, a good place to start is a First Read blog written by the NBC political team of Chuck Todd, Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro.
Their blog post Thursday leads with an item on "Trying to stop the … Read More