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Just doing the cop-shooting ordinary Americans won’t do, it seems. Via the Arizona Republic: A Pinal County Sheriff’s deputy was shot in the stomach Friday by a suspected drug smuggler off Interstate 8, according sheriff’s officials. Lt. Tami Villar told 12 News that the search and rescue deputy was investigating a load of marijuana in […]
Today’s news is mostly being dominated by Arizona immigration law and the oil slick (don’t worry, the Department of Justice has dispatched a team of attorneys to the Gulf… whew!), but there is some other news just in… KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The 22-year-old son of a Democratic Tennessee lawmaker has been convicted on two charges […]
New York, California, Texas, Arizona and Florida have lagged behind in Census returns. Care to guess why? These states happen to have “higher shares of residents who are Latinos.” Either people just don’t care and/or the states’ Latinos are angry and/or illegal aliens in those states are afraid to announce their presence. Sources report that […]
During the Quincy, Illinois Tea Party that was being held outside a venue in which President Obama was speaking, Bob McCarty spoke to a few people waiting in line for the Obama speech while a local SWAT team held the rowdy and dangerous Tea Party protesters at bay. One man, a radiation oncologist just the […]
UN leads by example
Although Barack Obama signed an executive order prohibiting health insurance companies from using federal funds to pay for abortions (except in cases of incest, rape, or if the life of the mother is in danger), his sweeping new health care reform law has fired up state legislators. Added to the mix are Live Action‘s undercover […]
Barack Obama, America’s Selective Salary Policeman by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2010 President Obama spoke the most revealing and clarifying 10 words of his control-freak administration this week: “I think at some point you have made enough money.” Peddling financial regulatory reform at a rally in Quincy, Ill., Obama then ad-libbed peculiar definitions of […]
Or would Puerto Rico be the 58th state? In any case, the House has voted and now the issue of Puerto Rican statehood is in the hands of Puerto Rico: The House of Representatives voted Thursday to allow Puerto Ricans to decide their own political future and relationship with the United States. The vote was […]
Arizona Rep. Calls for ‘Targeted’ Boycott of Own State, Runs Off When Asked About Stopping Drugs at the Border
Clearly Gore’s humble Nashville abode was way too confining, so Al has purchased a new gigantic pulpit from which to preach to the rest of us about how our gas-powered leaf blowers and electric can openers are killing the planet: Former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have added a Montecito-area property to […]
I’m still on the road and our wonderful guest-bloggers will be dropping in again today and tomorrow. The hate mail is on an increase again thanks to my outspoken defense of Arizona’s immigration enforcement measure. Too many to choose from, but here’s a typical response: from Ruben email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org date Thu, Apr 29, 2010 […]
Terrorist threat successfully put down
Wind farms near blowhards: It only makes sense
This could cost Texas Governor Rick Perry the endorsement of PETA, but to save the life of his dog, it’s worth it: AUSTIN, Texas – Pistol-packing Texas Gov. Rick Perry has a message for wily coyotes out there: Don’t mess with my dog. Perry told The Associated Press on Tuesday he needed just one shot […]
This is what a “police state” looks like My syndicated column today responds to Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s demagoguery on Arizona’s immigration enforcement law. Calderon has a long history of bashing the U.S. — and then getting rewarded for it with billions of dollars in foreign aid (see here, here, and here). I reported on […]
Hi folks – Sorry for the non-blogging today. I’m traveling and swamped with a gazillion home, family, and work things. Our wonderful guest-bloggers may be popping in sometime — and I’ll have a new column up at midnight tonight. Like the country saying goes: Live well. Laugh often. Love much.
Doing the job…
They’re back: A gallery of open-borders extremists; Update: May Day is Che Day; vandals strike AZ capitol
Thugs and commies and anarchists, oh my!
Chicago on the Potomac.
As you all know, I am a proud resident of beautiful Colorado Springs. One of our loveliest and most famous landmarks is, of course, Pike’s Peak. There’s a historic cog railway that takes you to the top, above the tree line, into thin air above an altitude of 14,000 ft. The views inspired a schoolteacher […]
Here we go with the Nazi card again.
While the market melted down, Securities and Exchange Commission watchdogs were watching…porn. Terrific: On a day when President Obama argued for more government regulation over the financial industry, a new government report reveals that some high-level regulators have spent more time looking at porn than policing Wall Street. Photo: SEC and Pornography: Workers Spent Hours […]
My friends. It’s time for some real straight talk. It’s time to take a good, hard look at the entrenched Beltway Republicans who call you their “friends” — and then repeatedly vote against you, trash you, and mock you in between elections until it’s time to pander again. Look at John McCain’s record, not his […]