Archive » 2009 » December
Mmm, mmmm, mmmm.
Season’s &$*%!! greetings.
A fiscal conservative shot heard ’round the world on March 25, 2009: Would that we had more like him on our side of the pond.
I’ll be spotlighting best-of images and stories of 2009 throughout the day. First-up: One of my favorite Tea Party signs sent in by a reader in Raleigh, NC: Let’s make it an operating slogan of 2010.
Please keep Rush in your prayers: Conservative radio talk host Rush Limbaugh was rushed to a Honolulu hospital on Wednesday afternoon with chest pains, sources told KITV. Paramedics responded to the call at 2:41 p.m. at the Kahala Hotel and Resort. Limbaugh suffered from chest pains, sources said. Paramedics treated him and took him to […]
“It was anything but SEIU.”
My column today spotlights Yemen’s dangerous catch-and-release program for terrorists — and ours. But before you read it, please inform yourselves of this sad passing: American sailor/U.S.S. Cole bombing survivor Johan Gokool died in Florida yesterday. He lost a leg in the attack and suffered severe PTSD. Gokool was 31. R.I.P. and never forget. In […]
Five days after the Christmas Day bomber tried to blow up NWA Flight 253 over Detroit, President Obama is still on vacation in Hawaii. He has delivered two hasty, tie-less statements on homeland security from a makeshift podium in Honolulu whose underwhelming sum impact has been the equivalent of voting “present” (Obama’s career m.o.) By […]
Last week, Steve Schippert at ThreatsWatch first raised questions about a White House executive order that appears to give Interpol immunity from American law. See Steve’s full analysis here. Andy McCarthy weighed in here with more questions: Why would we elevate an international police force above American law? Why would we immunize an international police […]