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January 20, 2017 Won’t Come Soon Enough

As happy I will be to watch Donald J. Trump be sworn in as our 45th President, that happiness will be overshadowed by the absolute ecstasy I will feel knowing that Obama and his crew are out of our White House.  Good riddance and don’t let the door hit you on your way out. This […]

PAULA DEEN OUT – ALEC BALDWIN IN

Up until a week ago, I didn’t know anything about Paula Deen except I always thought she had great hair.  I’ve never seen her show, I don’t subscribe to her magazine and I don’t have any of her cookbooks.  After last week, and her admission that over two decades ago she used racial slurs, her […]

IN CASE YOU’VE FORGOTTEN

During Monday’s Presidential debate on foreign policy, Governor Romney reminded us of President Obama’s apology tour in 2009.  As if I could forget it!  (By the way, that’s President Obama bowing to the King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia although the spin was that he tripped…) Just in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a sampling of our […]

I See Dumb People

Here’s Illinois Rep. Mike Quigley at the American Islamic College Conference in Chicago over the weekend.  Like a true liberal, he rambled on and on about racism and discrimination in this country and then finally said (around the 2:15 mark in this video),  “I think it’s appropriate for me to apologize on behalf of this […]

SELECTIVE APOLOGIES

The recent firing by NPR of Juan Williams (one of two of my favorite liberals) brought to mind, once again, something that I’ve seen over and over again in the media — public apologies. Not from Mr. Williams.  His statement about Muslims on airplanes requires no apology – his opinion is shared, I’m sure, by […]

WHERE’S OUR APOLOGY?

I believe America is a noble country.  I believe it is a blessed country.  I believe it has done far more wonderful things than bad.  I believe, because of its greatness, millions of people have chosen to break the law in order to come here illegally and millions continue to wait on line to enter […]