|Now They Are Worried?, Israel Victory Caucus, Fascism Prevails In Portland||
Now They Are Worried?
It was very difficult watching the evening news last night. Left-wing reporters and big spending politicians were having nervous breakdowns over the impact of President Trump's tax reform plan on the budget deficit.
It's one thing coming from deficit hawks on the right. At least they are consistent in fighting against excessive spending. But to hear those on the left expressing shock over growing deficits was too much.
|Robed Radicals, Trump's Tax Plan, Breakthrough?||
Here we go again. Another radical leftist masquerading as a judge handed down an utterly absurd ruling protecting sanctuary cities. Late yesterday, U.S. District Judge William Orrick, III, based in San Francisco, blocked enforcement of President Donald Trump's executive order banning federal funding to those jurisdictions that refuse to enforce federal law on immigration.
President Trump responded to the ruling by tweeting this morning, "See you in the Supreme Court!"
|Obama: Iran's Washington Lobbyist, Another Nuclear Nightmare, Never Again||
Obama: Iran's Washington Lobbyist
Months ago, I argued that the Iranian nuclear deal was so bad that it was hard to see how Barack Obama was acting as anything other than a lobbyist for the Islamic Republic. Tehran got virtually everything it demanded. Time and again, the U.S. constantly gave in to Iranian demands for more concessions.
|Fake News Poll, The Battle Over Borders, Holocaust Remembrance Day||
Fake News Poll
Yesterday's Washington Post eagerly reported that as President Trump "nears the 100-day mark of his administration" he is "the least popular chief executive in modern times." According to the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, just 42% of Americans approve of his job performance, while 53% disapprove.
|Don't Dismiss Dr. Dean, Another Known Wolf Strikes, Kudos To Australia||
Don't Dismiss Dr. Dean
Former Vermont Governor Dr. Howard Dean has weighed in on the Ann Coulter/Berkeley controversy. He tweeted, "Hate speech is not protected by the first amendment."
When leftists like Howard Dean say hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment then the first question we should ask is, "What does Howard think is hate speech?" We just went through an entire election cycle in which the left told us every day what hate speech was.
|O'Reilly Out, Left-wing Fascism At Berkeley, Another Trump Justice?||
Fox News announced yesterday that Bill O'Reilly would not be returning to his hugely popular show, "The O'Reilly Factor." The announcement came in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
I have no idea if the allegations are true. O'Reilly denies them, calling the charges "completely unfounded claims." But don't miss the bigger picture.
|Jihad In Fresno, Kelly's Warning & Promise, Georgia Results||
Jihad In Fresno
It must be really challenging for left-wing media elites to figure out how to manipulate major news events to avoid confirming conservative narratives. Even the worst media liars couldn't cover up the fact that the Fresno shooter, who killed four people in recent days, was a bigot who hated white people.
|"Trump Can't Swim", Islamists Conquer Homeland, "Buy American"||
"Trump Can't Swim"
The left-wing bias of the national media is on full display on the front page of today's Washington Post. Consider this headline: "South Koreans Are Dealing With A New Wild Card -- In Washington."
|Media Bias, Standing For Faith, Islam & Feminism||
The Washington Post realizes that it has been missing the boat on covering men and women of faith. So, not surprisingly, the Post runs a column entitled "The Five Myths of The Cross" -- on Good Friday.
The editors were smart enough to avoid calling the resurrection a myth, but they came close. For example, we were told that Jesus' cross likely looked more like a T. We were told that He probably didn't carry the cross to Golgotha. And "it would have been impossible to fix the condemned to a cross by nails alone."
|Friday, April 14, 2017 - The Good News||
The Good News
There is plenty of disheartening and worrisome news. Children have been gassed to death in Syria. North Korea is testing nuclear weapons. Christians in Egypt, still reeling from the Palm Sunday massacres at two churches, will not be celebrating this Sunday. Easter festivities have been cancelled in many churches in Egypt.