Thought for Friday

Instead of struggling to get to the US and stay here, why don't Mexicans channel that energy into cleaning up their own damn country? What the hell is wrong with Mexico? Whatever it is, deal with it. Then you won't need to come here.   We don't...

Jay is OK

I regret having judged Jay Nixon so harshly before I got all the facts. There are a number of mitigating circumstances that should be considered before condemning his performance in Ferguson.   1) He's not a real governor. He just plays one...

Ferguson Fustercluck

They had weeks to prepare. They knew it was coming. They've been through it before, and should have learned from their mistakes. They assured everyone they were on top of the situation. The National Guard was supposed to be deployed to protect...

Thought for Tuesday

Mr. Executive Order, imperial ruler-in-chief, just told America: "We are a nation built on the rule of law." -- Michelle Malkin  

Question for Democrats

Dems and repubs disagree on where a president's prosecutorial discretion ends and executive overreach begins. Lawyers and constitutional scholars disagree. Hell, barry even disagrees with barry. One day he says one thing, and another day he does a...

Thanks, Skanks

I'd like to thank another liberal skank (modestlybland) for stepping forward and volunteering to get his sorry ass stomped. It's always a pleasure.   Poor little blandy is crying his eyes out on his mommy's knee because some big bad bullie...

Did Barry Think About This?

It seems axiomatic that employers will be inclined to fire American employees and hire barry's new crop of amnesties, who will be willing to work for lower wages. Maybe that's one of the reasons for liberals' current hardon for a hefty minimum wage...

Thought for Monday

If you think barry is bad, think about this. One US president was responsible for more than a dozen murders before occupying the oval office. Guess who.

Thought for Sunday

The Washington Redskins have bowed to relentless public pressure to change their name. They have decided to drop the name Washington.   (seen on facebook)

Republican War on Women

The GOP's war on women was brutal in the mid-terms. Its casualties include:   Joni Ernst (Iowa), Shelley Moore Capito (W Virginia), Susan Collins (Maine), Elise Stefanik (New York), Mia Love (Utah), Susana Martinez (New Mexico), Mary Fallin...