This week in quotes: November 29-December 5, 2013
Obama on ObamaCare: There’s no way we’re repealing this boondoggle while I’m president, America….Is this really the message Democrats wanted him to put out today, when news outlets are filled with stories about rate shock, glitchy enrollments, and … Read More
With the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy fast approaching, parents, pundits and politicians are ramping up the rhetoric and demanding ever-more draconian gun control laws.
But signs suggest the efforts are unnecessary.
While gun ownership rose sharply during a recent … Read More
ABC late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel made an observation on Thursday night's show that proves the folks walking around wearing tin-foil hats were right.
The transcript, courtesy of Independent Journal Review:
“The NSA collects almost 5 billion records a day that can pinpoint a cell phone … Read More
First, the New Jersey waitress who became a cause celebre among gay activists after claiming she was stiffed for a tip by a family that didn’t approve of her lesbian lifestyle.
Now, she could be stiffing the Wounded Warrior Project charity she claimed she’d help with the money that poured in … Read More
Secular progressives say there is no "War on Christmas," but the report of a charter school in South Carolina being bullied into cancelling its Christmas toy drive suggests otherwise.
East Point Academy said their annual Operation Christmas Child project was halted when the American Humanist … Read More
The mainstream media and progressive politicians would like the public to believe that those who carry weapons are a somewhat crazy bunch of oddballs. Minnesotans for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms wants to dispel that image with its video, “And I Carry.”
The video depicts techies, teachers, … Read More
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hit the airwaves while on Christmas break, spinning the HealthCare.gov fiasco, making a candid admission about how Obamacare was originally written, and blaming tea party activists for everything wrong in the Senate.
Reid shed some light on his view of the … Read More
The haunting, wailing sound heard coming from One World Trade Center is without a doubt serving as a reminder of the more than 3,000 people killed on September 11, 2001.
Fox News’ Rick Leventhal reported on the eerie whistling heard by New Yorkers on “very windy days,” and said the newly … Read More
The men and women in the highest offices of the land should be tested to make sure they’re not getting any higher, strong majorities of Americans from both parties say.
But Democrats still don’t like drug testing for welfare recipients?
According to a poll conducted jointly by lefties at the … Read More
Americans who buy health insurance through the federal Obamacare exchange website could have their personal information stolen by hackers and never even know it.
Most of the state-run health exchange websites will be covered by state laws that require notification when government databases are … Read More
Former South African president and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela died Thursday at the age of 95.
Mandela was charged with high treason in 1956, but following a four-year trial, the charges were dropped. He spent 27 years in prison after being convicted in 1962 of incitement and leaving the … Read More
A Colorado Democrat erupted into an embarrassing, screaming meltdown on the House floor over immigration reform Wednesday night, making for an interesting visit for gallery spectators but probably not winning over many converts where it counts – among his fellow lawmakers.
U.S. Rep. Jared Polis … Read More
Parents and a Texas lawmaker are plenty steamed at an elementary school’s idea of a Christmas party. There will be no Christmas tree, the words “Christmas” and “Hanukkah” are prohibited, along with even the colors red and green. Oh, and it’s dubbed a “winter party.”
Parents received an email from … Read More