The State of the Union TAkes!
Okay, not really. I couldn’t bear to listen, for fear of becoming sick. Instead, I offer a month’s worth of real news links which should make us all sick. Hopefully, you won’t become physically sick, being informed is much, much better. We all deserve better.
Here is the round-up:
(The Night of Broken Glass) Kristallnacht was unthinkable in 1930; is its descendant “progressive” radicalism unthinkable now?
It might be helpful to note that the author of this letter to the editor is a liberal, and a supporter of Al Gore and voted for Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown.
Since when does the EPA have the jurisdiction to re-interpret treaties?
I’m pretty sure that Dinesh is on an enemies list somewhere
the truth is becoming known about President Obama’s blatant use of the Internal Revenue Service to suppress the First Amendment political free speech rights of Tea Party, conservative and evangelical non-profits during the 2010, 2012 — and now — the 2014 campaigns.
It’s IRS targeting all over again, only this time by administration design and with the raw political goal…of putting “tea party groups out of business.”
Obama was outraged when he read about this in the newspaper, (right!) now he claims it’s a phony scandal.
Media Matters is a 501(c)3 non-profit, and contributions are deductible. Compare that to the IRS targets for 501(c)4 applicants, whose contributions are not tax-deductible
I can’t believe that this guy fancies himself a viable presidential candidate. It must be hereditary, his daddy Mario wanted to be President too. When I first heard this, I thought he must be “differently-abled”.
Benghazi and Syria Update:
Syria update: A report from the MIT confirms earlier reports that the Syrian government could not have launched the sarin poison-gas-laden rocket last August. Confirming my earlier suspicions that this was a false-flag attack.
The surprising thing here is that Senator Feinstein was committee Chair
Hillary’s biggest “regret”? She doesn’t regret a thing, Obama got re-elected, didn’t he?
The Quiet Fury of Robert Gates
Of course they are silent, it isn’t legal.