Oh the horror, the gall, the blatant racism. The Obama’s take to the airwaves and People Magazine to foster sad tails of “racist” mistaken identity as ABC News and others have reported. Clearly the term “public service” is lost on all of them.
Not that necessarily mistaking people as well known as the Obamas isn’t amazing in itself (I mean how disengaged would you have to be to mistake them) but to assert …
I really hate using the name “Bobby,” as if Robert Kennedy was the friendly buddy you threw the ball around with in the neighborhood. As usual, the left creates myths the way others breathe. Robert Kennedy was a political thug who used the power of government to attack enemies of the Kennedy family.
The answer to Klavan’s final gag about both whites and blacks elevating corrupt liars to leadership positions is that the divide isn’t racial, it’s political. People on the left will put up with corruption from their leaders that people on the right won’t. Of course, Klavan knows that—in fact, his gag helps make that point, albeit tacitly.
STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX (Monday, Dec. 15, 2014) – The U.S. Supreme Court opted not to review a decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals blocking Arizona from enforcing a state law (House Bill 2036 passed in 2012) that restricts the use of abortion-inducing drugs to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) prescribed protocols.
“It is disappointing that the Supreme Court will not step in at this time,” said Speaker Tobin. “The law reduces the medical risk to women using the drug …
I have never understood why people ever feel compelled to say they hate the sin, but not the sinner. I believe it was Jesus who first said those words, so I suppose Christians want to present themselves in the best possible light in hopes of getting a place with a pool in Heaven. Even though I’m not a Christian, I’m certainly willing to grant that Jesus was a much nicer guy than I am. Still, it seems fairly obvious that …
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