They took extraordinary measures in a shaky case involving Trump but refused to help FBI investigations involving Hillary and the DNC. You’d almost think the Obama Justice Department makes enforcement decisions based on partisan politics.
As President Feckless packs his junk and goes away, he leaves a smoldering ruin of a party, an elite fearfully clutching at its fading power, and the potential for splitting the country in two. His legacy of failure and his contempt for normal Americans has ensured that in his place will be a president committed to ruthless conservative change and who won’t sit back and just passively suck up attacks from the cultural hacks. Donald Trump and a conservative Supreme Court are your legacy, Barack Obama. Good riddance, and welcome aboard the solar-powered high-speed rail express train to Karmatown.
When we look at this week’s protests during the Trump -- Pence inauguration and their potential for violence we need to see most protesters for what they are; victims of Far-Left propaganda and the cult of political correctness.
No other nation today poses a greater danger to American national security than China, a state engaged in an unprecedented campaign of information warfare using both massive cyberattacks and influence operations aimed at diminishing what Beijing regards as its most important strategic enemy – the United States of America.
Christianity and individual Christians have been under attack by Obama and his Far-Left progressive allies, making Christian religious practice a dangerous choice.
Public records uncovered in the days after the massacre suggest Hammad (Santiago) is a radical Islamic terrorist who is seriously committed to Islam. Besides taking on a Muslim name before joining the US military, he recorded three Islamic religious songs, including the Muslim declaration faith, the Shahada: there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.
Barack Obama gave his farewell address not in George Washington’s capital, but in the friendlier confines of Saul Alinsky’s Chicago, though the noise of a protester marred the start of his speech. He described his accomplishments as “two steps forward one step back,” but the title of Lenin’s pamphlet, “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back,” would have been more apt. To the end, he was the Bolshie community organizer, peppering his speech with repeated calls to hit the streets and “organize.”
Senator McCain is shocked at the hack of a private party in which no national secrets were compromised or business technologies stolen. Rather, the release actually benefited the American public because the information obtained highlighted the sleaze surrounding the Clintons.
Many officials in the Obama administration, and not just Hillary Clinton, improperly used personal email accounts to conduct official business. And we are concerned that they will destroy these emails when they leave office this month. For that reason, we asked a federal court to preserve the personal email accounts of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and other top officials.
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For the Far-Left, the “the Russians hacked the election” fake news story is a twofer. They now have control, through the federal government, of all the state and local election facilities that by their own admission were not hacked, and the Far-Left also benefits because President-elect Trump is being undermined.
President Barack Obama will leave office after eight years of strutting even while sitting down, preening even while standing up, swanking while playing 18 holes. Yet he remains the first president in American history to cast no shadow. President Jimmy Carter cast a pale and minuscule shadow. President Lyndon Johnson cast an obscene shadow. But Obama leaves absolutely no shadow, even in the moonlight.
Only deep thinkers void of common sense would maintain that it is normal for a guy to protest his manhood, or for a gal to acquire the anatomy of a man. It is meanness, not a lack of common sense, that explains why these same operatives seek to coerce faith-based institutions into performing and funding this abnormal feat. It is even worse to make them sponsor child abuse in the womb.
Our take – supported by plenty of inside information – is that the upcoming Paris Summit is intended to endorse a “Palestinian” State and UN recognition before the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
The Dems have become the party of transgender bathrooms and Ramadan dinners, which explains why Congressman Keith Ellison is even in the running to head up the Democratic National Committee. Ties to the Nation of Islam are less fatal to a Democratic leader’s career than mild opposition to abortion or gay marriage. The door to the party had few cracks in it anyways, but Obama made sure to slam it shut, and it is too late to open it again.
NATO should be turned over to the Europeans, allowing them to handle their defense as they desire. This would not mean cutting relations. But it does mean Washington should stop subsidizing its wealthier cousins when the latter don’t feel like paying for their own defense.
If Kerry is saying that a country with a Muslim minority cannot maintain its Jewish character and still abide by democratic principles, then neither can the United States maintain its Judeo-Christian character and still abide by democratic principles — notwithstanding that our Judeo-Christian character is the basis for our belief in the equal dignity of all men and women, a foundational democratic principle. It is a principle one does not find in classical Islam, the law of which explicitly elevates Muslims over non-Muslims and men over women.
Although Obama likes to empty out Guantanamo Bay of dangerous terrorists and commute the sentences of criminals guilty of breaking federal firearms laws, he doesn't like law-abiding American citizens to possess firearms.
Obama claimed in a Monday interview with CNN’s David Axelrod that his ground game would have gotten out the minority vote such that he would have surmounted Trump’s election efforts in 2016. Not so fast, because Obama’s dream falls apart amid a wash of black activists who voiced disappointment in his presidency during the run up to the election.
Mr. Obama’s greatest regret should be squandering the promise of his presidency, failing to move to the middle after the 2010 midterm losses, putting his own re-election ahead of the good of the country, and being left with no lasting bipartisan political achievements to celebrate. He now has the time to write, to think and to play basketball and golf, basking in the glow of his celebrity friends. But, in quieter moments, Mr. Obama will be forced to wonder whether it was all worth it.