Saturday, April 30, 2016

CNN Host Describes Anti-Trump Thugs Who Ravaged City Streets As “Dissatisfied Citizens”…

"Those flying the Mexican flag don’t want to live in Mexico.
"Via BPR:
CNN isn’t even trying to hide their liberal bias these days.
Following the violent riots and anti-Donald Trump protesters throwing rocks at cars, smashing police cars, and bloodying Trump supporters, CNN’s Chris Cuomo simply labeled the crowd as “dissatisfied citizens.”
Commentator Matt Lewis called the crowd a group of “leftist agitators,” but Cuomo was quick to correct him, deeming that term too harsh for the violent rioters.
“Juana, now Matt is using the term “leftist agitator” to keep it in the political sphere, but, as we know, a lot of those people on that street were just dissatisfied citizens who were taking out their dissatisfaction the wrong way in anger and destroying a lot of property there,” Cuomo said. “But what does it speak to there in terms of the climate in which this general election will take place?”
 Poll: Not A Single White House Reporter Is A Republican
"Not a single member of the White House press corps is a registered Republican, according to survey results recently published by Politico" . . .

Target boycott petition over trans bathroom access hits one million signatures

American Thinker   "A nasty surprise for Target, Inc. as a petition to boycott the store over their transgender bathroom policies has now gathered more than a million signatures.

"It's clear executives at the retailer failed to judge the strong, negative reaction against the policy. " . . .
. . . "Target won't dare backtrack now, so they appear to be trapped between transgender radicals and the bulk of ordinary Americans. Trans people may not think it a big deal that a man uses the women's room, but the majority of Americans do."  . . .
Related, showing boycotts cut both ways:
Bruce SpringsteenBruce Springsteen Branded A 'Bully' For Boycotting North Carolina Over LGBT Prejudice  . . . "Walker has confessed that Springsteen's decision is 'disappointing' and refers to his boycott as a form of bullying. Because, for some reason, Walker doesn't see the bullying that could arise from the Bathroom Law being enforced. 'Bruce is known to be on the radical left and he's got every right to be so, but I consider this a bully tactic', he told the Hollywood Reporter. 'I choose to stand with our sheriffs, who support this bill, which doesn't target the LGBTQ community; it targets imposters. It's a little crazy to think sexual predators wouldn't be devious enough to pull something off if they were free to go into any bathroom they want.' " . . .

Another GREAT Question For Bruce Springsteen Following His North Carolina Boycott  . . . "
Springsteen, essentially, denied service to an entire state because their government's decision conflicted with his personal beliefs. In America, he's allowed to do that. But as a number of Christian cake bakers, photographers, and florists have discovered, the same rights don't seem to apply to them when it comes to denying service to gay couples for their weddings." . . .



Prof. Mike Adams  "It is beyond dispute that the left is winning the current culture war and doing so by a landslide. In response to this reality I’ve heard many conservatives say we just need to start making better arguments for our positions. Nothing could be further from the truth. We are not losing because our arguments are inferior. We are losing because of tactics rather than substance. Put simply, the left has learned how to do two things: 1) Control the language in the national debate 2) Get their ideas disseminated and accepted without any evidentiary basis.

"There is one Christian apologist who understood this problem long before anyone else. His name is Greg Koukl and he is president of the California based apologetics group “Stand to Reason.” Through his cogent writings, Greg has taught me a valuable lesson that each and every culture warrior needs to know: When someone attacks your ideas or tries to push a false idea on you, start asking questions before you try to make your case.

"This advice proved helpful to me when I was recently attacked by a friend who holds contrary political views. Knowing that I teach a course called “First Amendment and Crime,” he suddenly hit me with this accusatory question, which I found to be somewhat insulting: “How do you control your bias when you teach a class like that?”

" As someone who has long criticized professors who indoctrinate rather than teach I did not appreciate my friend’s suggestion that I was “one of them.” In fact, it irritated me. So I took a deep breath and asked the first question in a series of three questions Koukl recommends to help get back in the drivers’ seat whenever we are caught off guard in any argument:" . . .

Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
"In a world increasingly indifferent to Christian truth, followers of Christ need to be equipped to communicate with those who do not speak their language or accept their source of authority. Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to get in the driver’s seat, keeping any conversation moving with thoughtful, artful diplomacy. You’ll learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through the minefields, stop challengers in their tracks, turn the tables and—most importantly—get people thinking about Jesus. Soon, your conversations will look more like diplomacy than D-Day. Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl shows you how to: - Initiate conversations effortlessly - Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively - Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking - Skillfully manage the details of dialogue - Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace."

CONTRIBUTION Beyonce is Destroying Your Daughter, Not Empowering Her

(AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)

Matt Walsh  "Over the weekend, pop singer Beyonce released a new album called “Lemonade” (because if life gives you lemons). For a piece of work hailed as “groundbreaking” and “brilliant,” it’s strange that the title is one of the most overused cliches in the history of cliches.
"But this is the advantage of being a feminist sex icon in modern America. Everything you do and say will become the greatest thing anyone has ever done or said, that is until the next thing you do or say. Beyonce does not occupy this category alone, but due to her race and her dancing ability, she stands at the pinnacle of it.
"Never mind that “Beyonce” is more a brand than a person. The lady herself is a person, but what’s presented to the world is a carefully constructed and marketed product. It’s a narrative, a story, a walking and talking fantasy novel for girls. I don’t know how much of the final manuscript is Beyonce’s brainchild and how much comes from the team of people around her, but rest assured that everything we see is manufactured. This, after all, is a woman who hired a “visual director” to follow her around and document and stylize her every move." . . .

Friday, April 29, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy views spark anger, unease abroad

The humiliation of America by Hillary and Obama; their groveling before the Muslim world.

Washington Times  "Donald Trump isn’t the only presidential front-runner this election cycle whose foreign policy views are sparking anger and unease in the rest of the world.
"Despite — and in some cases because of — her four-year record as secretary of state, Democrat Hillary Clinton is coming in for a share of criticism from allies and adversaries alike, even if the level of vitriol doesn’t match some of the comments targeting her potential Republican rival for president.
"The critiques aren’t always consistent. Some fear Mrs. Clinton represents a continuation of the Obama foreign policy that has fallen short, while others warn that on issues such as trade and the willingness to intervene militarily abroad she will break markedly with Mr. Obama.
“ 'While Trump’s foreign policy seems random and unpredictable (he actually bragged about this), it’s hard to see how Clinton’s approach to war is much better,” columnist and press freedom activist Trevor Timm wrote this week in the liberal British newspaper The Guardian." . . .

Comment from Lucianne:
"Well if getting US Citizens killed and lying about it, making up stories about snipers shooting at you and giving away most of our Country´ secrets to our enemies with a private, in the closet, unguarded computer server, that should have been her Waterloo"
"She isn't smart or shrewd, and I would think that most honest, hard working women would be embarrassed by her actions, just as most men are embarrassed by the utter incompetence of Obama." 
BBC: Button gaffe embarrasses Clinton (2009)

Donald Trump’s chances against Hillary Clinton look far worse than Ted Cruz’s

Political Cartoons by Bob Gorrell
"There´s an assumption in political circles that regardless of whether Republicans nominate Donald Trump or Ted Cruz to run against Hillary Clinton, the party is destined to lose the presidential race this fall. That may well be true. But that sentiment is premised on the idea that Trump and Cruz have roughly the same chance -- not much -- of beating Clinton. That´s wrong, at least according to all of the available polling data. Thanks to the polling gurus at Real Clear Politics, we can compare how Trump and Cruz fare in head to head match-ups.". . . 

Let me interrupt the predictable rant. Washington Post, oooo bad. Cillizza is reporting on a compendium of polls, not a single poll. Ooo, it´s just a poll. Duh, that´s what we use to forecast and as stated this is many polls. Trump has never even led Hillary at all, Cruz has. Trump can turn it around when he ´attacks.´ OR, it can get much worse when the media and Hillary attack. The real best, conservative and popular candidate might have actually been Rick Perry, for name recognition, experience and policy successes in Texas. But he flopped as a campaigner twice.
Political Cartoons by Ken Catalino

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Charles Krauthammer: The world according to Trump

Charles Krauthammer  . . . "Two world wars, nuclear missiles and international terrorism have disabused us of the illusion of safety-by-isolation. You wouldn’t know it, though, from the Democratic presidential race in which foreign policy has been treated as a nuisance, a distraction from such fundamental questions as whether $12 or $15 is the proper minimum wage.
"On the Republican side, however, foreign policy has been the subject of furious debate. To which Donald Trump has contributed significantly, much of it off-the-cuff, contradictory and confused. Hence his foreign policy speech Wednesday. It was meant to make him appear consistent, serious and presidential.

General Dunford Suggests White House Is Limiting His Ability to Fight ISIS

The Weekly Standard  "On Thursday, Senator Lindsey Graham asked General Dunford about his ISIS strategy.
" '[T]he military strategy that we're embarked on is the best way to destroy ISIL. And it's what you recommended. Or is it limited by conditions put on you by the White House?"
"Dunford responded, "[T]o clarify, so if I say..."

"Graham interrupted, "[W]ould you do more if you could?"
"He answered, "I would do more if I could, but the limitation is not just a political limitation. Part of it is our partners on the ground...' "

Setting the Record Straight on Britain, America, and World War II

Victor Davis Hanson

. . . "What ensured a war were the appeasement of Nazi Germany by Britain and France, the isolation of the United States from global responsibilities, and the collaboration of the Soviet Union with Adolf Hitler. All three developments combined to convince Hitler that he could bully or invade his neighbors without consequences.

"America entered the war on Britain’s side in late 1941, after more than two years of war that saw Hitler consolidate a continental empire larger than the present European Union. The United States declared war on Nazi Germany and fascist Italy on December 11, 1941 — but only after the two Axis powers declared war on us first. Had Hitler and Italy’s Benito Mussolini not declared war after Japan’s December 7, 1941 surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, America may well have concentrated on defeating Imperial Japan and stayed neutral in the European theater.

"Great Britain was the only major power to fight for the entire duration of World War II, from its beginning after the invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939 until the surrender of the Japanese in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945.

"In late June of 1940, after the fall of Western Europe, Britain was the only major power in the world still resisting Nazi Germany. Otherwise, all of Europe was either occupied by Hitler, neutral, or supposedly neutral but surreptitiously aiding the Third Reich with shipments of supplies.

". . . The Russians supplied Germany with key resources that helped the Luftwaffe bomb a solitary Britain during the Blitz of 1940-1941. Nearly 50,000 British civilians were killed by German bombers, cruise missiles, and rockets — while America’s continental homeland remained all but untouched."

To Counter Sanders' Supporters, Focus on Venezuela

First the background:
New Poll Finds Most Millennials Reject Capitalism


"According to a new poll conducted by Harvard, a majority of Millennials reject the idea of capitalism.

"It’s no surprise that a generation of people who grew up in the era of “everyone gets a trophy” reject the idea of unequal rewards based on hard work. Millennials were educated largely by public schools obsessed with the idea of fairness and afraid in some cases to let children play the game of tag.

"One has to wonder if the participants responded on their iPhones."

Socialism Never Works   Rush: "I got a note from Newt Gingrich today, who said, "You know what you ought to do?  You need to do daily reports on Venezuela in order to teach people about the failures of socialism." 

"And, my first reaction: Venezuela?  If Detroit's not doing the trick, how in the world does anybody expect teaching about Venezuela's gonna do the trick? 

"But I wrote him back.  You know, it's an interesting thing.  Essentially this is what I've been trying to do for 27, 28 years, and I've learned what doesn't work.  I mean, Venezuela is literally falling apart.  Have you heard the latest?  The elites, government officials are being told to only go to work two days a week in order save electricity.  It's an absolute abject, total implosion failure. 
"It is all the result of socialism and communism.  And so if you try to point out to either low-information people or young people, Millennials, college students, you're gonna fail every time.  You know why?  Why will you fail?  Why will it not work?  Why does it not work?  I've learned over 27 years that it doesn't work.  You know why?  Because there's no way that your average college student thinks that America would ever become Venezuela.  They personally cannot envision it. 
"So, to say, "You see Venezuela, that's where we're headed."  You lose 'em right there 'cause even if it is possible to happen, they won't consider it.  The same with Cuba.  And my point, if they don't get the failures of the Democrat Party and socialism looking at Detroit, they don't have to study Venezuela.  I mean, you could.  But you know what they would then say?  You stick to Venezuela, you know what they'd then say? 
"Your average Millennial, your average low-information voter would say to me, "Well, at least Hugo Chavez tried.  At least he cared about his people.  At least he tried.  That's more than you Republicans do.  You Republicans, it's all for the rich, and you don't want anybody having any fun.  That's all you care about is who's using the bedroom, marriage, screw it, at least Hugo Chavez tried," and that's going to be their reaction.  So how do you teach and alert young people to the perils of socialism?"

‘Clinton Cash’ Has Been Made Into a Movie

The Breitbart-funded broadside against Hillary Clinton will be screened in Cannes and have its U.S. premiere the week of the Democratic convention.


. . . "A year ago, before Donald Trump dubbed her “Crooked Hillary” and Bernie Sanders was assailing her secretive speeches to Wall Street banks, Hillary Clinton looked like a powerful presidential front-runner. Then, in May, HarperCollins published an investigative book about the Clintons by the conservative author Peter Schweizer that caught them off guard and took a prominent place in the political conversation for months. Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich became a surprise bestseller.
"Today, Clinton has righted the ship and her candidacy looks stronger than ever. But while polls suggest Trump and Sanders will have a hard time stopping her, the team behind Clinton Cash—Schweizer and Stephen K. Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News—haven’t given up. " . . .
Ex-Cons Voting Rights
Branco Cartoon – Democrat Base

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Will Obama Apologize for Truman’s Decision to Drop the Bomb in WWII?

NRO  "On April 10, John Kerry became the highest-ranking U.S. official ever to visit the site where the atomic bomb that ended World War Two was dropped. The talk is now that Barack Obama might do the same thing during his official visit to Japan next month. 

"Let’s hope this isn’t another example of Obama’s extended Apology Tour. Obama tried to visit Hiroshima in 2009 to plead forgiveness for ending a war that, had it dragged on, would have cost Japan many more lives than the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs combined. But the Japanese government firmly nixed the idea, calling it a “non-starter.” Tokyo knew that this kind of masochistic stunt would only encourage anti-nuclear demonstrators and the lefties who oppose any military cooperation with the United States. 

"This time, we are told, an Obama visit will be approved by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. And instead of apologizing, Obama apparently plans to mention North Korea and China as looming problems in the region." . . .

What Fiorina Brings to Cruz’s Ticket

NRO . . . "How does she help Cruz, who is currently sputtering in second place and running out of chances to beat Donald Trump? She’s strong and polished on the stump, equally at home giving a big policy speech, answering questions at a town hall, or offering one-liners on a late-night talk show. She’s an outsider, in a year when political neophytes are all the rage. And most important of all, she has the best chance of any potential running mate to negate presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s political strengths. 

"“She tweets about women’s rights in this country and takes money from governments that deny women the most basic human rights,” Fiorina said at last year’s CPAC, referencing the Clinton Foundation’s unsavory donors. “I come from a world where speeches are not accomplishments. Activity isn’t accomplishment. Title isn’t accomplishment. I come from a world where you have to actually do something; you have to produce results.' ”

The Fiorina Pick  ". . . but then, it is obvious to everyone that the situation of Cruz (and by extension the entire Republican party and conservative movement in fending off a hostile takeover) is indeed desperate, in the sense that a few more losses in key states (Indiana, California) would hand the nomination to Donald Trump and thus the election to Hillary Clinton."

Worst. Hillary. Introduction. Ever.

Thomas Lifson  . . . "At a Hillary Clinton campaign rally Monday in Wilmington, Senator Carper managed to humiliate himself and Hillary by choosing to try to lead the crowd in a chant that only reminded everyone of the sleaze of Hillary’s acquisition of her considerable wealth.  And failing.

"It’s painful to watch if you have empathy for a flailing speaker losing a crowd.  But it is hilarious if you think, “She works hard for her money,” the Donna Summer hit, does not apply to woman who gets hundreds of thousands of dollars for showing up and talking for 45 minutes to a bunch of Wall Street fat cats."


For Obama, this is no summer of '08; "From brilliance to arrogance and now failure."

Political Cartoons by Lisa Benson

Silvio Canto, Jr.  . . . "They are not cheering today.  In Germany, thousands marched against free trade deals and carried posters that reminded us of the ones about Bush.  In Saudi Arabia, he was greeted by the governor of a state or province rather than a high-level delegation.  In London, he got into trouble every time he opened his mouth.

"In 2008, we heard about his brilliance.  Today, we read about his arrogance:
Obama’s election in 2008 inspired the world. But after eight years, it’s hard not to blame his abrasive style of politics for the rise of anti-politicians such as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. Americans are rebelling against the emergence of an imperial presidency. As Barack Obama offers his hand to the Queen this week, and lectures the British on their place in the world, voters here might feel somewhat resentful, too.
"From brilliance to arrogance and now failure.   
"President Obama has failed to project U.S. power the way his predecessors did.  In 2008, thousands longed for a U.S. president who didn't project power but rather led with words that told them what they wanted to hear.
"The Europeans and most of our allies have seen the consequences of that soft style and can't wait for America to be America again – the superpower that protected them all of those years.  They will never say it, but they long for Bush or a leader of the free world again."
OBAMA CARTOONS: Conservative Political Humor:    Obama's Foreign (Muslim) Policy.   OH MY - YES....IT DOES LOOK ENTIRELY 'DIFFERENT'.  GREAT JOB, ODUMBO!!!!!:

Lawmakers urge Census Bureau to ask more about sexual orientation, gender identity

We have become a silly nation indeed.
Washington Times

Students rally outside Santee Education Complex in South Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. The principal of the Los Angeles high school where a scuffle broke out with adult protesters over a new gender-neutral bathroom praised his students Wednesday as "trailblazers" for campaigning to install the restroom. Bathrooms for transgender students have become a focal point in the national debate over anti-discrimination laws. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

"The U.S. Census Bureau should be demanding more information about “gender identity,” leading liberal lawmakers said Wednesday, asking for more probing questions to get at the increasingly complex family dynamics in America.
“ 'Many federal data collection instruments gather respondents’ race, ethnicity, sex, marital status and other personal demographic information. However, most of these instruments do not include direct measures of respondents’ sexual orientation or gender identity,” Rep. Raul Grijalva and Sen. Tammy Baldwin said in a letter they led, and which was co-signed by dozens of their Democratic colleagues." . . .
. . . "The lawmakers said they would then be able to craft laws better tailored to improve the situations of gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual people." . . .

Obama’s Green Agenda Should Be Kept Out of National Security

Daily Signal
"Under these mandates, the Army and Navy have been required to install solar arrays at various facilities. At Naval Station Norfolk, the Navy spent $21 million to install a 10-acre solar array—which will supply a grand total of 2 percent of the base’s electricity."

Democrat president Obama's "executive orders require the Department of Defense (DOD) to incorporate a host of climate change bureaucracies into its acquisition programs, logistics planning, and military plans and operations. The military is also required to help state and local governments “go green.”
"These activities are simply not the mission of the U.S. military. They harm readiness rather than contribute to the lethality of our armed forces. The military’s mission is to train for and fight our nation’s wars, not assist state and local governments with their carbon emissions levels.
. . . 
"Regarding the Department of Defense’s energy policy—decisions by installation commanders and DOD personnel need to be driven by requirements for actual cost-effectiveness and readiness, not arbitrary and inflexible green energy quotas and CO2 benchmarks.
"There were at least 680 of such wasteful green energy projects as of 2013, most of which have not met the efficiencies or cost-effectiveness promised. Additionally, engineers and resources committed to green energy are diverting focus from deficiencies in our military’s critical infrastructure.
"Under these mandates, the Army and Navy have been required to install solar arrays at various facilities. At Naval Station Norfolk, the Navy spent $21 million to install a 10-acre solar array—which will supply a grand total of 2 percent of the base’s electricity. According to the inspector general’s office, this project will save enough money to pay for itself in just 447 years. Solar panels, however, only last about 25 years."
Hat tip to Lucianne

U.S. plots with United Nations to expand Syrian refugees from 10,000 to 200,000

Washington Examiner
Touching photo but they are not likely to assimilate, preferring instead Sharia Law I would guess, fearfully. TD

. . . "U.S. officials, meeting with United Nations human rights officials in Geneva, joined in a project that looks to "alternative safe pathways" to setting Syrian refugees in America and Europe that include pushing colleges and universities to offer tuition programs and encouraging Syrians already in the country to open their homes to those who've fled the war-torn Middle East nation.
"The plan already has one victory. Last week, the University of Southern California revealed that it is offering five free tuition programs for Syrian refugees, including one in the school's journalism program.
"The effort was revealed Monday in a Center for Immigration Studies post. It quoted a Georgetown University professor and U.N. refugee policy advisor who spelled out the backdoor plan to settle thousands more Syrians past the 10,000 President Obama has pledged to OK this year." . . .

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

These stories give new meaning to the airline that called itself "Trans World"

When Tolerance Is A One Way Street
. . . "March 31 was the “International Transgender Day of Visibility,” and DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz made a statement about fighting “the discriminatory laws” of Republicans when our nation has worked so hard to “distance ourselves from the ugliest chapters in our history” regarding discrimination. Did she make a civil rights comparison with the plight of a transgender person not having a bathroom to call their own?
"Actor James Woods was one voice of reason putting this in perspective when he tweeted:" . . .
James Woods 
The world is fighting Islamic terrorism, starvation, and disease, but democrats are fighting for men to pee in the ladies' room.
4:42 PM - 17 Apr 2016
. . . "The president also had the audacity to salute the struggles of gay and lesbian Americans during his speech in Selma, Alabama, marking the 50th anniversary of an important civil rights march. LGBT issues are all about advancing behaviors that violate the morals and religious beliefs of many Americans, but is race a behavior?" . . .

YouTube Transgender Bathroom ‘Experiment’ Results In Screams Of Outrage  But this is what the Democrat Party wants! It's what Bruce Springsteen wants!

More than 2 Dozen Stories Prove Transgender Bathroom Policies are Dangerous to Our Women and Children
"Warner Todd Huston has put together at least twenty-five stories that document the dangers of such policies. Here's the list, linked to the stories.": 

Transgender, Gay Groups Say Federal Officials Should Ban Single-Sex Bathrooms in All K-12 Schools

Big Government
Transgender Kinder AP

. . . "But these huge and intrusive changes would be made for the benefit of a tiny slice of the population. A recent study of the 2010 census showed that only 89,667 adults had changed their names from one sex to another. That’s roughly 1 in 2,400 adults. Advocates of greater status for people who live like people of the opposite sex, however, say one in every 400 American adults are transgender.
"Unsurprisingly, a new poll shows public opinion is shifting rapidly in favor of preserving single-sex bathrooms and locker rooms.
"Any effort to use Title IX anti-discrimination rules to force transgenderism on America’s schools is simply illegitimate, Dacus told Breitbart News. “There is absolutely nothing in the way of case law or statutory language that would legitimize such a mandate upon public schools,” Dacus said." . . .

The Empty Pantsuit

NRO  . . . "They get tired of Send Bernie home! But the ensuing selection of chants is equally uninspiring: First comes I believe that she will win! Perhaps, but there are lots of people who believe that she will win who also believe that she is a miscreant, a criminal, a crook, and worse. Get your average Washington Republican talking about it after cocktail hour and he may well agree that she will win. It’s time for a woman in the White House! has its appeal, but it comes with an implied question: “Why this woman?”  Kevin D. Williamson


The Right Scoop  . . . "According to another memo dated September 16, 2012, just FIVE DAYS after the attack on the ‘consulate’ in Benghazi, the Obama administration via the DNI concluded that the terrorist attack had been planned at least 10 days before the attack occurred and that it wasn’t a coincidence that it happened on the anniversary of 9/11. If you recall, the Obama administration was lying about it, saying it was a demonstration against a film about the Prophet Muhammad that got out of control. They were saying this on the very same day this DNI memo went out to different agencies including the National Security Council and the State Department.
"They not only concluded that it was planned ten days in advance, they also wrote why the attack was planned in this same Sept. 16 memo:
“The intention was to attack the consulate and kill as many Americans as possible to seek revenge for the U.S. kill of Aboyahiye (Alaliby) in Pakistan and in memorial of the 11 September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center buildings.”
"One last thing this report reveals is another memo that shows the Obama administration not only knew ISIS was a threat, but predicted the formation of a caliphate 17 months before Obama compared ISIS to a junior varsity team."

Jailhouse Rock the Vote

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"Members of the GOP are loudly complaining about Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe's executive order to restore the voting rights of 206,000 felons who are (ahem) "likely Democratic voters" just in time for the general election in November.

"McAuliffe said that the 150 year old law which he unilaterally rescinded was originally put in place to suppress the rights of black voters, suggesting that he thinks the words "black" and "felon" are entirely interchangeable. . .  

"He also suggests that if the GOP is unhappy about this new voting bloc (or cellbloc), they need to "quit complaining and earn ex-felon's votes," perhaps by adopting Hillary's inspiring proposals to get tough on cops, empty the prisons, and send convicted criminals to all-expense-paid colleges where they can use whomever's bathrooms - or showers - they feel like.

"Then again, perhaps in the heat of this tortuous election cycle Hope n' Change is being too cynical. After all, it's not like Governor McAuliffe has any suspicious political ties to Hillary Clinton.

"Well, other than being her Presidential campaign manager in 2008..."

American Silliness April 26, 2016

dcs-3097_1zMichelle Obama Lunch Rules Bans Frosted Flakes In Daycare Centers…  . . . "The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service issued a final ruleMonday that will affect more than 3 million kids in daycare centers across the country. The regulation will only allow daycare centers to serve juice once a day, will ban fried foods, and encourages centers to not add honey to a child’s yogurt." . . .

Remember when Presidents talked about the ‘shining city on the hill’ and not letting men in the girls room?

Melissa Click: Mizzou Fired Me Because I’m White   "I’m a white lady. I’m an easy target." 
 "Remember Melissa Click, the University of Missouri professor who lost her job after assaulting a student on camera and asking for some “muscle” to help get rid of him? According to Click, her dismissal from Mizzou wasn’t because she attacked a student in a pathetic bid to shut down free speech. Nope. Click says she was fired for being white." . . .

The president shouldn’t be meeting with celebrity thugs  . . . "Student senator: Picture of gun is threat to 'black mental and emotional health'
"The Obamas have two young daughters. How can they welcome such guests into “the people’s house' ” . . .
Student senator: Picture of gun is threat to 'black mental and emotional health'
"Ochiagha continues, “My Black Mental and Emotional Health Matters. I shouldn’t be reminded every time I leave my dorm room of how easy my life can be taken away, or how many Black lives have been taken away because of police brutality. This is emotionally triggering for very obvious reasons."

Barack Obama and the end of the Anglosphere

Financial Times
"The crucial point is that he is America’s first Pacific president"

Ferguson Illustration

. . . "Still, any Brits who feel nostalgic for the Anglosphere, and a little resentful about Mr Obama’s “back of the queue” comments, might reflect how much they still benefit from the cultural power of the US. The traditional Anglosphere may be in disrepair. But a different sort of Anglosphere has emerged in Brussels, with English now the common language of the EU institutions."

The writer does not expand on Mr. Obama's view of Britain as the colonizer of Africa, including Kenya. Perhaps this explains his disdain for Winston Churchill .

Muslims Fail to Prove Islam is a Religion of Peace in Debate

Answers in Insanity, a site that promotes atheism. Oct 18, 2015

"Zeba Khan and Maajid Nawaz debate against Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Douglas Murray to try and prove that Islam is a religion of peace. Spoiler alert: they fail miserably, and that''s not just my bias, that's how the audience actually felt. The only thing Zeba and Maajid proved was that they wish and hope that Islam will become a religion of peace.

"Note: The only parts cut from the debate were the long introduction before the moderator first starts speaking and instances where the moderator repeated the name of the debate and all the debaters, which he did several times. You will see a cut at about 52 minutes in where Maajid is just finishing a sentence. Nothing that he said was cut. After he says "camp" the video cut to the audience and the moderator started announcing the debate information again.

"Otherwise, even the questions and answers have been left in at the end.