Monday, March 07, 2016

20 Trumps

Miley Cyrus says if Trump's elected she's going to leave the country, thus denying Americans of this national treasure


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Hillary and Ilk

Pinocchio’s Greatest Hits

what a cunt
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, now a gun control advocate campaigning for Hillary Clinton

for president, told the news organization, “Time and time again, Hillary has done and said what is right.”
But if you’re not so sure about that ....

Blaming Mass Shootings on Whom?
Last Saturday, the Washington Post published an article which claimed, “the vast majority of mass public shootings are (sic) committed by whites.” However ....

Blaming Columbine on What?
On Sunday, in a commentary published by the Washington Post, Sue Klebold, the mother of one of the perpetrators of the Columbine High School shooting in Littleton, Colorado, in 1999, said ...

Slow Learners at the New York Daily News
Surely, by now, more than a quarter century after gun control supporters invented the “assault weapon” issue, even the most casual observer realizes that semi-automatic rifles aren’t the same as the fully-automatic rifles used by the military. And surely ...

Bloomberg’s Illinois Shill Earns Her Keep
Last Friday, Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.), whose election was funded by Michael Bloomberg, said “gun violence is the single greatest public health epidemic in America.” To the contrary ...

All the answers ....

Judge Michelle Malkin


Malkin began her speech by saying:
“It’s not people outside the party that have thrown the conservative grassroots base under the bus. It’s the people who have paid lip-service to limited government while gorging on it.”
She was only getting started. In the course of her seventeen minute speech, she went after Republicans for the Gang of Eight, Common Core, cronyism, immigration and more.
She slammed the party elites who smear and sneer at the conservative grassroots as fringe while pretending to support causes they care about at election time.
When it came to Common Core she named names, singling out John Kasich for claiming he believed in local control of education. About Bush, she said:
“There are three reasons why Jeb Bush failed. His last name, his support for amnesty and his cheer-leading and cashing in on Common Core.”
This was the first time Malkin has spoken at CPAC in 13 years and it was well worth the wait. Once you start watching this, you won’t be able to stop. [Legal Insurrection]

Pat Caddell: Establishment Can’t Stop Trump’s Populist Candidacy Because They Can’t Recognize Legitimate Concerns Motivating His Voters"