Posted: 28 Jun 2013 05:15 PM PDT
Paul Krugman, who has done for economics what Erich Von Daniken did for space exploration, decided to attack me for the article while failing as badly at reading comprehension as he does at comprehending the existence of money.
Obama backed what he called "comprehensive immigration reform" back in 2010. In a speech at American University, he laid out the same exact talking points of the current "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" plan, including the claim that the legal immigration system is broken, the promise that a comprehensive plan will begin by addressing border security and the fiction that illegal aliens will be "punished" by being forced to pay back taxes. The whole plan concluded with a path to citizenship.
News that the National Constitution Center is awarding Hillary Clinton the Liberty Medal sounds impressive, but just remember that Hillary is getting an award that Gorbachev got in 2008, Spielberg got the year before and Hamid Karzai got in 2004.
This morning this button said, "Farber Home Insurance." But now it wears Hillary's face. Ready, it says in red letters. Telling, not asking. The toaster now only makes bread with Hillary's pixel printed face on it. The television keeps showing staticky reruns of Hillary's campaign speeches. And the dog's barks have begun to sound curiously like her.
Bloomberg tended to take that to a whole new level, mixing his private donations and the city's public donations for a potent combination of political influence that bought him support from some troubling places, including the Newman cult, and pushed his agenda. And most people still didn't pay much attention.
"Arming cadets with knowledge on the topics of gender and violence isn't just the right thing to do, he said. It's good for their careers."
Obama has failed to fix the economy or win the war in Afghanistan, but give him an imaginary problem and he's on it like Michelle on a glazed poundcake.
Kerry is obviously channeling Baghdad Bob here. And you can see why since they do have some things in common. There are plenty of Saudi fighters on the ground. They are being armed by the Saudi and Qatari governments. But they just aren't officially part of the Saudi military.
The District of Columbia Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety has approved a bill that would allow anatomical males and females who have letters signed by a health professional indicating that they have "undergone a gender transition" to legally change the sex listed on their birth certificate.
Bill Clinton is always on the right side of every issue. The right side being the one that makes him popular. If he's not, wait for the next poll and he will be.
One of the biggest perks of being a diplomat from Afghanistan (as opposed to a diplomat in Afghanistan) is not having to be in Afghanistan. But the bottom line is that the writing on the wall has been read. Obama's pullout means a Taliban takeover. And the diplomats, like all forms of the rat, are the first to jump overboard.
"We don't have time for a meeting of the Flat Earth Society," Obama said. "Sticking your head in the sand might make you feel safer, but it's not going to protect you from the coming storm."
Daniel Greenfield is a New York City based writer and blogger and a Shillman Journalism Fellow of the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
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