Stories by Christopher Cook
“Focus on defeating GOP establishment rather than Hillary.”
If Hillary Clinton is so unbeatable, why are others making noise about joining the race? The latest is comrade Bill de Blasio, the commie Mayor of New York City. Well, at least he’s answered …
She has the largest number of scandals in her past of any living American public figure.
She ducks out of sight for a while and then pops up again—stronger than ever.
She has avoided being held accountable for actions the mere allegation of which would have driven any Republican from public life 40 years ago.
She is . . . the most corrupt woman in the world.
So how does she do it? How has she amassed, over decades, a list of crimes and corrupt acts any one of …
First, the story:
Anna Broom has been on welfare since she was 19-years-old since she was deemed too overweight to work. In total, she has collected over $149,000 in benefits but says that simply isn’t enough as she now wants taxpayers to pay for a dream wedding costing $15,000. Broom claims that being a bride is a “basic human right” and that she is entitled to a “‘traditional English wedding and party in a castle.”
And so the triangulation a deception begins:
KEENE, N.H. (AP) — Road tripping for her presidential campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton offered a dark assessment of a “stalled out” U.S. economy Monday, a judgment at odds with President Barack Obama’s brighter view of what the nation has achieved on his watch.
Clinton toured a wood furniture factory in Keene in her first visit to the …
In a recent article, I said the following:
Waxman and his crowd would argue that they want, covetously and greedily, to shield their wealth from the Democrats, who will nobly take it from them to give to the less fortunate. This merry band of self-congratulating latter-day Robin Hoods would suggest that if not for them, these greedy richers would never part with a thin dime, so they must take it from them.
As a long time fan of the Robin Hood …
Though it is a slight discursion from our normal fare, I would like to take a moment to ask the question posed in the title of this post. I was listening to music and heard the lyrics of the song below and I wondered if this is indeed a screed about political correctness. Is that what the lyricist was thinking?
If so, then kudos to him, because political correctness really is a scourge upon rational thought. Will it bring about, or …
Rand Paul’s answer to Dana Bash’s question on same-sex marriage leaves much to be desired in terms of clarity and specificity. It’s also not very inspiring. (Transcript appended below)
” You probably could have both”? Is that the best he can do? Why not be more specific? Why not have, and express, a very specific policy and justify it clearly. Maybe even one that inspires people to agree.
For some background, here is what I wrote on the subject back in 2012:
“The Dothraki follow only the strong.”
Okay, so maybe I don’t actually want to live in stone-age conditions, living in tents and riding with a horde. Maybe. But after reading the article Why Are So Many Employers Unable to Fill Jobs? by Stephen Moore, I was deeply sickened by the reason employers are having so much trouble. If I had to choose just one work to sum up that reason, it would be this: weakness.
1) Government discourages work.
Able-bodied people would …