At this time, when the WH and the left are riddled with scandals that show their disdain for democracy and their love for the every abuse of power they always pretend is done by the other side – at least it should now be obvious why the left always seems to feel the other side will abuse power, and that’s because they are just projecting based on what they will do – we should pay … Read more
This is a strange story:
The U.S. has identified five men who might be responsible for the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year, and has enough evidence to justify seizing them by military force as suspected terrorists, officials say. But there isn’t enough proof to try them in a U.S. civilian court as the Obama administration prefers.
The men remain at large while the FBI gathers evidence. But the investigation has
And make them cry:
Kaitlyn Hunt, an 18-year-old high school student in Sebastian, Fla., is facing charges and has been expelled from school for having a same-sex relationship with a 15-year-old classmate, CBS Tampa Bay reports.
Hunt is charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious battery of a child 12 to 16 years of age after the other girl’s parents called authorities when Hunt, a senior at Sebastian River High School, turned 18,
“the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”
Today we celebrate those vigilant few that put their lives on the line (the ultimate sacrifice) to preserve freedom, both here and abroad.
Armed Forces Day is a relatively new holiday, as holidays go, but any opportunity for a free society to pay tribute and show gratitude for those on the wall, in the foxhole or on the front lines, should be cherished and exercised.
Swearing an oath … Read more
You remember Kiera Wilmot, the Florida student who was expelled because she was fooling around with chemicals and unintentionally created an explosion? The one who was facing criminal charges?
Great news. Not only have the authorities dropped the charges, two Crowdtilt campaigns have raised $2500 to send her and her sister to space camp and another $8000 to help with their legal expense (which have apparently been quite heavy). The school has yet to … Read more
Not a fan of NASCAR, but I have always told people that Dick Trickle – what an f-ing name, huh? – was the man I would root for if I was into that stuff. So I am saddened to find out that there will not be any more Dick Trickle jokes without making fun of the dead. Guess it is time to find me a new favorite sport’s name.
Anyone know some people with … Read more
Via Franklin Harris, I get this nightmare fuel:
Silvio Berlusconi’s private disco featured women dressed not just as sexy nuns and nurses but also as President Barack Obama and a prominent Milan prosecutor the former Italian premier has accused of persecuting him.
Those are some of the details that have emerged Friday during the first public sworn testimony by the Moroccan woman at the center of the sex scandal involving Berlusconi.
This has to be … Read more
If, like me, you were stunned by the horrific events in Cleveland involving those kidnapped girls, you would not believe the week I have had. I can’t go into much detail, but serious acts of sexual misconduct occurred at my workplace AND my wife’s by sheer coincidence–completely unrelated to one another. In our own lives and involving people we know, it’s a true horror show. The consequences are front-and-center in our minds.
Is the world … Read more
Scandal week continues. And it keeps getting more interesting.
One of the pieces of pravda handed down by this Administration was the the AP wiretap was put in place because of a leak that endangered national security. Um, maybe not:
For five days, reporters at the Associated Press had been sitting on a big scoop about a foiled al-Qaeda plot at the request of CIA officials. Then, in a hastily scheduled Monday morning meeting,