“Well, there you go again…” Ok, ok…I didn’t really say that but was tempted a few times with Alan once again on Fox News. Today’s debate was all about President Obama’s penchant for, shall we say, ‘executive prerogative.’ Translated it means the Chief Executive has been enforcing the laws he likes, but revising the others unilaterally. We also discussed the politics of the Keystone XL pipeline (a real ‘stimulus’ plan but without the government subsidies). Anyway, have a look, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Here’s the environmental movement up close and personal in northern Wisconsin where a collection of foul mouthed, immature morons harass workers surveying a new iron ore mine. According to MediaTracker, green activists along with Native American groups, and of course Democrat lawmakers, oppose new mining in the state. And it’s no wonder they love the ‘back to nature’ movement–they’re animals. Just take a look. Let’s hope their names and organizations are soon released to the public (law enforcement is apparently investigating) for a proper dose of shame that these idiots so richly deserve.
Selective editing by our liberal friends in the mainstream media is becoming a bit of an epidemic. Recently, MSNBC edited video making it look as though second amendment advocates were interrupting a witness at a congressional hearing on gun control when in fact he had asked the audience a question. You might recall the parent network, NBC, didn’t give the complete story on the Zimmerman-Martin dispatch call. So in the interests of piling on here’s a classic from the archives on global warming you might like.
Organizing for America–the community organizing project courtesy of the DNC–caught red handed in yet another scheme. Check this out so you’re ready when those who seek to disenfranchise your vote try persuading you to vote NO on the Voter ID Amendment.
2016 is all the rage, but young Mr. Elliot here has something in store that’s worth a look. An irascible, and shall we say, adult look at how government soaks the taxpayer via a new film. Not for all ages, but makes the humorous point effectively so check out this interview/trailer at the Great Minnesota Get Together last month.