June 23, 2017
Government

Unprecedented Ice: I’m A Denier

June 21, 2017 mcdanielm 1

Oh, this is just too good. Back in 2014, I wrote Icebreaker Irony, which was, well, very ironic. Here’s a sample: Every now and again, a story comes along so filled with ironic goodness that I spend days chuckling whenever I think of it, and particularly, whenever I think of the [Read More]

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The NAACP: Joining The Resistance

June 11, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By: Mike McDaniel    Remember the National Association For The Advancement Of Colored People? At one time, the organization actually did some good, serving as a part of the Civil Rights Movement that made necessary change. There can be no doubt the organization has long had communist connections, and has supported [Read More]

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Movie Review: Wonder Woman (2017)

June 10, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By: Mike McDaniel    Wonder Woman (2017) Director: Patty Jenkins Screenplay: Allan Heinberg Story: Zach Snyder, Allan Heingerg, Jason Fuchs Wonder Woman created by: William Moulton Marston Starring (Good guys and girl): Gal Godot: Wonder Woman/Diana Prince Chris Pine: Steve Trevor Connie Nielsen: Hippolyta Robin Wright: Antiope Ewen Bremner: Charlie [Read More]

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Can James Comey Be Prosecuted? You Bet He Can

June 9, 2017 JoshuaPundit 0

Drama Queen James Comey and his performance in congress revealed a number of things..the depth of the fake news sewer based on leaks by ‘sources,’ that he is a totally self-serving and untrustworthy creature and that the whole Russia/Trump collusion mantra is sheer BS. Even Mr. Tingles, Chris Matthews admitted [Read More]

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The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 49: Come Fly With Me?

June 9, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    We are often, in death, enlarged far beyond what we were in life. This is nowhere so true, or hyperbolic, as when a progressive narrative is being furthered. As a holy social justice martyr, Trayvon Martin continues to be depicted as a helpless and innocent victim [Read More]

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James Comey: The New Normal

June 8, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The “hottest ticket in town,” as the media have termed it, is over, at least the public version of the performance. Make no mistake, gentle readers, it was a performance, though one that is not done. The Media, the Democrats, far too many Republicans and everyone [Read More]

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CNN Is Really Fake News

June 8, 2017 JoshuaPundit 0

Yes, CNN is really fake news. Let’s look at two fascinating examples. Just today, CNN’s ‘journalists were breathless over a scoop. Here’s what it looked like: “Trump has made a blanket claim that Comey told him multiple times that he was not under investigation.” “But one source said Comey is [Read More]

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The Gillette Chamber Singers: Going Home

June 7, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel   ‘It is an honour that I dream not of.’ Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Act 1, Scene 3 In that scene, Juliet diplomatically explains she is not thinking of marriage. In my case, I did not dream of going home–musically–yet I did.   All too often in [Read More]

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Islamist Terror: The Best Defense

June 6, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    22 May, 2017, Manchester, England: an Islamist suicide bomber killed 22 and injured 116. Many were young girls and their mothers, attending a concert. 3 June, 2017, London Bridge, London England: three jihadists wearing fake bomb vests killed seven and injured at least 48 by running them down with [Read More]

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Enemies Of The People

June 4, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    As we all know, the Media are the guardians of the First Amendment, ever vigilant in their sacred duty to protect the American people against governmental overreach. Why, the mere thought of the government illegally spying on Americans is sufficient to rouse them to ringing denunciations of [Read More]

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Emma Sulkowicz: A New Birth Of Art

June 3, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    It is time, gentle readers, that we, once again, discuss the meaning of art. Just what is it, and will it look good over the living room couch? The invaluable Dave Barry explains: To read the rest, go here…

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Antifa Irony

June 2, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Have you ever noticed, gentle readers, whenever a protest occurs and the media thinks a conservative has been involved in violence, it’s wall-to-wall coverage? Have you also noticed that it usually turns out the perpetrator was a registered Democrat, and suddenly, the coverage stops? Even so, every [Read More]

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Kathy Griffin: Head Games

June 1, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Deference: noun. Recognition of and appreciation for the position or authority of another. Respect: noun. Recognition of and appreciation for the character or qualities of another. Comedian Kathy Griffin’s recent miscalculation suggests the old maxim that there is no such thing as bad publicity—even bad publicity is good [Read More]

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The Mattis Moment

May 29, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel   On Face The Nation on Sunday, May 28, 2017, John Dickerson asked Secretary of Defense James Mattis a generic question and got a very non-generic answer (thanks to Powerline): To read the rest, go here…

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Memorial Day 2017: We Remember

May 28, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    This Memorial Day, there is reason for hope, yet you don’t rest easily. How could you? The America for which you fought and died is in jeopardy. Half of the country is “The Resistance,” resisting the Constitution, the rule of law, everything you fought and died to [Read More]

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Wheeling But Not Dealing 2

May 27, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Back on July 24, 2016, I wrote Wheeling But Not Dealing, a sad epistle about my less than satisfactory dealings with Aerospoke, until the last few years, the premier manufacturer of carbon fiber bicycle wheels.   I began thus: I like Aerospoke wheels. I really like them. [Read More]

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Myron Rolle And Carson Huey-You: Lives That Matter

May 26, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Extraordinary achievement should always be celebrated, and the race of the person achieving shouldn’t make the slightest difference. Unfortunately, after eight years of Barack Obama, around half of America is pretty much all about race. In a sense, the extraordinary achievements of black people are noteworthy [Read More]

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Actor Richard Dreyfuss Joins Fox News, Tucker Carlson

April 29, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

What a great discussion last night between Fox News Tucker Carlson and actor, Richard Dreyfuss. Dreyfuss did most of the talking and Carlson listened mostly because both men were in agreement and Carlson like the rest of us was surprised to learn that Dreyfuss is a  Constitutionalist. One of the [Read More]

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