Tag Archives: Conservative News

Former Obama Voter Wakes Up and Smells the Bulls–t on LIVE TV

During last night’s debate, Frank Luntz hosted a focus group in Las Vegas, Nevada. After the debate, Fox New’s Sean Hannity had Mr. Luntz and the focus group on his show, and the truth began to fly! The group was made up of mostly 2008 Obama voters (if I recall correctly, there were maybe 4… Read More »

A Friend of the Tea Party. Really?

“…Americans for Tax Reform, its leader is Grover Norquist. The more popular name…is the Tea Party.” Grover Norquist’s name surfaced recently in a publicized discussion about Islamic Jihadists that have taken root in America. No, he isn’t a Tea Party activist but apparently he’s identifying his 1985-founded ATR group with them and some Tea Parties… Read More »

Voices Without A Vote

These are the voices of our future. Their future hangs in the balance. They can’t vote. But you can. Liberty is never more than one generation from extinction. And they are that generation! YouTube Description: The teenagers who speak in this video belong to http://www.im2moro.org. These young people realize that if they don’t stand up… Read More »

Romney-Obama: Two Speeches, Two Views

Despite recognition by virtually everyone but the Oval Office that the White House trumpeted anti-Islamist video trailer has next to nothing to do with violence in the Middle East, and that it is simply a re-election distraction ploy that deflects blame from Obama’s failed foreign policy; in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly… Read More »

Political Speak Got You Confused? Don’t Worry, Here’s Your Translation Guide

The Associated Press has compiled a dictionary, of sorts, to help you understand all the words, phrases, and other jargon that is used during the election season. With such extreme focus on so many races this election cycle – from the White House down to state-level races – readers can use this, not only as… Read More »

To Obama, Mid-East Violence and Murders: “Bumps in the Road”, Israel: “Noise”

In comments made during a CBS ’60 Minutes’ interview, Barack Obama described violent attacks on embassies in the Middle East and the murder of US ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, as “bumps in the road”. When asked if recent events in the Middle East had changed his outlook on supporting the Arab Spring, Obama… Read More »

Unmistakable Patterns of Deceit

New Jobless claims hit the 382,000 mark as once again, more Americans filed jobless claims than was originally forecast.  It was revealed that six million middle class voters, more than first estimated, will be hit by the tax penalty for not getting insurance under Obamacare.  When the new regulations in Obamacare are added to existing… Read More »

Another Day Another Disaster

Barack Obama’s foreign policy approval numbers plunged in a recent poll.  This is no surprise at a time when NATO is pulling back in Afghanistan, a move that is heightening doubts about the future of that country.  NATO’s decision, which leaves Obama’s exit strategy in doubt, makes his claims of “progress” in that arena suspect… Read More »

An Untrustworthy White House

One person was killed and dozens more were injured when protesters attempted to storm a U.S. outpost in Pakistan.  More flag covered coffins will arrive in the U.S. after four American soldiers died over the weekend as a result of ‘insider’ attacks in Afghanistan.  There are claims a video shows U.S. Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens… Read More »

White House: Mid East Attacks Not Premeditated

The attack on America’s Benghazi consulate was not premeditated. It was all about the video. So said the White House, so said the State Department, so said U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice: “Our current best assessment, based on the information that we have at present, is that, in fact, what this began… Read More »