Posts tagged: John Lewis

“Progressives”: Agents of Racism, Tyranny and Violence

Written by Laurie Higgins

On Saturday night just before 7:00 p.m., a savage barbarian ran up to a patrol car parked in front of bus station in Compton, California and at point-blank range shot  a 31-year-old deputy sheriff in the jaw and a 24-year-old deputy sheriff in the head. The 31-year-old is the mother of a 6-year-old boy.

Another barbarian whooped it up, delighting in and celebrating the unprovoked, subhuman attack on the deputies in a must-see-to-believe video.… Continue Reading

The Obamas’ Shameless Humbuggery and Hubris

Written by Laurie Higgins

At the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, perhaps the most popular living demagogue, Michelle Obama, a woman practiced at the art of deception, delivered a deceitful polemic with the theatrical skill of her best Hollywood pals. Then on Wednesday night, her oily husband, equally full of hubris and skilled at humbuggery, becoming the first former president in modern history to swagger onto the national stage with teeth bared and claws unsheathed, and armed with the audacity of revenge.… Continue Reading

Why The Democrats’ Sit-In On Guns Is Hypocritical

Written by Frank Miniter

The Democrats’ “sit in” on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives is built on a narrative that casts them as heroes for the people who want to pass “gun safety” laws, and the Republican leadership as so uncaring they won’t move to stop domestic terrorists from buying guns legally for fear this might anger the National Rifle Association.… Continue Reading

Squabbling, Jockeying for Topinka’s Job

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Written by Russ Stewart

Death can be extraordinarily beneficial to an ambitious politician. Death creates openings, and openings are opportunities.

The death of Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka creates a tantalizing opening. The question in political circles is, who gets her job, a caretaker or a keeper?

Having been re-elected to her second term on Nov. 4, Topinka’s death on Dec.… Continue Reading