Now it’s getting out of hand as the NLMSM has gone full-on hysterical. Chris Matthews, of MSNBC, has said that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are akin to Uday and Qusay Hussein.
Uday and Qusay working for Saddam Hussein: you couldn’t go into a restaurant and have eye contact with those guys without getting killed.
Imagine getting into a fight in the office with Jared or Ivanka—they have enormous power and they’re always going to be there[.]
No, this isn’t a Rolling Stones reference. It’s a reference to Kevin Williamson’s opening line in his National Review piece, On the Outside, Looking Out.
This is the great paradox of our time: in 2017, it has never been easier for us to satisfy our wants, but we seldom have been more dissatisfied.
Indeed. Perhaps because our wants being so easily satisfied, there’s no satisfaction in their satisfaction.
Perhaps because our wants being so easily satisfied, so many of them are so trivial.
Perhaps it’s time to refocus on what’s truly important.
The Left has, for quite a number of years, quietly harbored contempt for those who disagree with them, believing those on the center-right and points further to be stupid, narrow, and venal, constantly voting as those unfortunates do, against their self-interest (which is to so not voting for those things the Left deems appropriate).
It’s no longer quiet or sub rosa.
This mad-as-hell view has been galvanized by reports that many Trump voters may lose their health insurance if the House version of ObamaCare repeal passes. The liberal gloaters say it serves them right.
Mine is pegged. I’m not so sure about the protestors’.
Recall that the claimed purpose of the Dakota Pipeline protests by the Standing Rock Sioux and their supporters was their alleged concern that the pipeline or future leaks from it would pollute the Cannonball River and Lake Oahe, the tribe’s water source, and damage the Sioux’ sacred grounds.
Clean-up crews are racing to clear acres of debris at the largest Dakota Access protest camp before the spring thaw turns the snowy, trash-covered plains into an environmental disaster area.
Students at an Iowa high school have apologized to a neighboring school for wearing red, white and blue to a recent basketball game.
The Valley High School students’ USA-themed attire was seen as offensive because some of the rival school’s players were from refugee families.
Because we shouldn’t celebrate the nation that gives these refugees succor.
No. The administration members of West Des Moines’ Valley High are behaving in a despicably offensive manner, and they should apologize to our great nation at large, and then they should be terminated for cause. Calling national colors racist is itself stinkingly racist.
A Progressive-Democrat attacked a journalist who was covering the latest CPAC convention…for his hairstyle. Samantha Bee, the host of Full Frontal on TBS, took one look at the journalist and ran a segment in her show that included imagery of the journalist, who had a hairdo that might have been called a high-top fade in other circumstances (imagery at the link) and the remark
This year, the bow ties were gone, replaced by Nazi hair, Nazi hair, Nazi hair[.]
Never mind that the man is fighting an aggressive brain cancer, stage 4 glioblastoma. That didn’t matter to Bee.
We can’t be sued because we deliberately lie engage in hyperbole. That’s Greenpeace’s new story, and they’re sticking to it. As cited by Watts Up With That, we get this from the Financial Post. The proximate subject is Greenpeace’s accusations against Resolute Forest Products Inc, a Canadian forest-products company that’s suing Greenpeace over those, which Resolute holds are false claims and defamatory about the company’s forestry operations.
But now Greenpeace says it never intended people to take its words about Resolute’s logging practices as literal truth.
Does Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D, NY) condone the sexual abuse of children?
A snowshoe racer from India whose entry into the US to compete was made possible by Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer was being held Friday in a New York jail on a sex charge.
It seems that after Indian snowshoe competitor, Tanveer Hussain, was denied a visa to come to the US to compete in the World Snowshoe Championship in upstate New York, Senators Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand (D, NY) intervened with the US embassy in India and got Hussain his entry visa.
The US, France, and Great Britain presented to the UN Security Council earlier in the week a resolution to apply economic sanctions against all of 11 Syrian military commanders and officials, as well as on 10 government and related entities” for their roles in the Bashar al-Assad government of Syria’s use of chemical weapons against Syrians. The sanctions also would have barred the sale or supply of helicopters to the regime.
Naturally, Russia and the People’s Republic of China vetoed the sanctions. Both did it to oppose the US. Russia did it for the additional reason that it would interfere with getting peace in Syria—by which Russian President Vladimir Putin meant, in issuing his instruction to Russia’s UN Ambassador, peace on Russian terms.
Are Americans equal under law, or are we to be divided and categorized even further in order to apply even more special treatments to Government-favored special groups? The Census Bureau is opting for the latter.
In a report suggesting changes to 2020 Census forms, the bureau called for adding a new “Middle Eastern or North African” category designed to count those in the US who identify as one of about 19 nationalities, including Iranian, Syrian, Lebanese, Egyptian, and Israeli. Currently such people declare themselves as “white” on the surveys.