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Michelle’s book had its “official” release just yesterday, and I just checked Amazon and it’s at #1: Click the pic of the book and help keep it on the top of the heap where it belongs! Congratulations to Michelle not only for the success of her book, but that her hard work continues to bring […]
As expected, via Hotline On Call: Along largely partisan lines, the Senate Judiciary Cmte backed SCOTUS appointee Sonia Sotomayor, Pres. Obama’s first high court pick, this morning by a 13-6 vote. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was the only Republican to support Sotomayor. The Senate cmte’s Dems voted unanimously for the Bronx native. Full confirmation next. […]
A date and time has been set for the re-education of Officer Crowley — I mean, some meaningful dialog on race: A White House official tells ABC News that Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Cambridge Police Sgt. James Crowley will have beers with President Obama Thursday at 6 pm ET. “The president sees […]
Obamacare, or robots — You decide, pops
It’s Day 2 of the Culture of Corruption tour. I’ll be tied up most of the day with radio and TV interviews. I’m scheduled to appear on Glenn Beck’s radio and TV show today, so tune in for those if you can. The book is currently #2 overall at Amazon.com behind The Time Traveler’s Wife, […]
They lied. They lied. They lied. Let’s repeat that one more time: They lied: Despite their denials, influential Democratic Sens. Kent Conrad and Chris Dodd were told from the start they were getting VIP mortgage discounts from one of the nation’s largest lenders, the official who handled their loans has told Congress in secret testimony. […]
Scroll for update… Like Marie Antoinette, Woman of the People Nancy Pelosi doesn’t really care what the hoi polloi think of her. Let them eat…her Gulfstream exhaust. Via Politico: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is one of the most despised political figures in the country. And, frankly, she doesn’t give a damn. “No, I don’t care,” […]
The other Michelle Stacy McCain blogs about Chapter 2 of Culture of Corruption, which spotlights First Crony Michelle Obama. Word from the American Spectator is that Republicans on the Hill are taking a renewed interest in the role Mrs. O and her Chicago crony friends (Valerie Jarrett, David Axelrod, Susan Sher) played in the University […]
Just wanted to share a quick back story about the cover of Culture of Corruption: If the distinctive artwork seems familiar, it’s because the graphic artist behind the shattered O logo is our friend, Tennyson Hayes. Tennyson and I collaborated on the image, which sums up the book — and the last six months of […]
Of course, it’s all Bush’s fault: The U.S. economy is not only shedding jobs at a record rate; it is shedding more jobs than it is supposed to. It’s bad enough that the unemployment rate has doubled in only a year and a half and one out of six construction workers is out of work. […]
Glamour shots vs. Grove Parc slums.
Culture of Corruption Watch: SEIU and ACORN.
It’s jump-the-shark time for Gates-gate: Congress would demand that President Obama apologize to the officer the president said had “acted stupidly” in the arrest of a prominent Harvard professor under a resolution set to be introduced by one Michigan lawmaker. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-Mich.) will introduce a House resolution on Monday demanding Obama retract and […]
(Click here for full size) Meet Urban Czar Adolfo Carrión, Jr. He’s one of my Culture of Corruption Dirty Dozen collectibles. In conjunction with the book launch tomorrow, my friend Tennyson Hayes (whose terrific graphic art has been featured here since last spring) and I cooked up 12 trading cards featuring some of Team Obama’s […]
Robert Rosas, U.S. Border Patrol, R.I.P.
Erin Andrews is an ESPN reporter. Some sick person planted hidden cameras in her hotel room and splashed video of her while she was dressing all over the Internet. Andrews happens to be young, beautiful, and a stylish dresser — prompting USA Today columnist Christine Brennan to write on Twitter that Andrews is essentially to […]
Hurry, hurry, hurry.
Diana West tells you the way it really was. Like this:Like Loading…
I told you how impressed I was on July 4 with the energy, organization, and commitment of the Dallas Tea Party movement. They are fired up and showing how grass-roots activists are making a powerful and sustained impact in their neighborhoods. Check this out from the Dallas Observer: How a Local Rally For Obama’s Health […]
Getting unhinged over military officials calling her ma’am. Getting unhinged over minority conservatives challenging the cult of global warming. Getting unhinged over people calling her unhinged. That’s Babs Boxer for you. And she says her moonbat constituents love her theatrics so much, it’s filling her campaign coffers. Via Politico: Boxer says that she doesn’t regret […]