Note that this is coming from the man (affectionately dubbed by many as “Nanny” Bloomberg for he unabashedly feeds into the nanny-state agenda of many liberals, though he somehow calls himself an independent) who literally thinks its government’s job to dictate what size soda is acceptable for New Yorkers to buy.Read More
Author: Sarah Hinds
Just when I thought the Obama campaign ads couldn’t get any worse, I came across this gem featuring an actress I’ve never heard of from a show I never care to see. The ad features Lena Dunham discussing her “first time” voting, but the ad’s sexual innuendos are disturbingly clear. It compares voting for the first time to losing one’s virginity: “Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy. It should be with a guy with beautiful … somebody who really cares about and understands women…my first time voting was...Read More
Indiana Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock is making headlines after expressing his pro-life views in a debate earlier this week. Mourdock simply stated his belief that life begins at conception, and stated that he does not condone abortion even in cases of rape. In his own words: “I, too, certainly stand for life. I know that there are some who disagree and I respect their point of view but I believe that life begins at conception. The only exception I have to have an abortion is in that case of the life of the mother. I struggled with it myself for...Read More
With Monday’s foreign policy debate quickly approaching, it’s time we take a broad look at the attacks on the US Embassies in Benghazi, Libya, and how the Obama administration handled this situation. The point of this piece is not to use the attack and the violent murders of four Americans to push a political point, but to shed light on the negligence, the unprofessional conduct, and the sheer out-of-touch response of the current administration. On September 11, 2012—eleven years to the day of the 2001 terror attacks on US soil—militants overran the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The compound...Read More
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Committee and the liberal poster-child, stated last week that the female speakers at the Republican National Convention were in “shiny packaging” intended to “distract voters.” In her own words: “I think we believe that women can see through that nice shiny packaging that the Republicans have been putting out there, through to what’s inside, which is really a disaster for women’s future, extreme policies.” Not surprisingly, I vehemently disagree with the DNC chair, and I believe she and other liberals who continue to buy into this farcical “War on Women” need...Read More
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