Archives for October 2010

Test Radio Interview

Ben will discuss the Democrats' insistence on passing the DREAM Act during the lame duck session, and more, with Crane Durham Monday, November 22, at 6:30 p.m. EST. Or hear the replay at 2:30 a.m. EST. Listen to "Nothing But Truth with Crane Durham" on any of the 148 stations of the American Family Radio Network, or online at … [Read more...]

Obama Says His Views May “Evolve” on Gay Marriage

Barack Obama's history of forcing his revolutionary agenda on the American people by any means necessary may soon reach a new front. The president hosted a conference with five far-Left bloggers this week, in which he signaled he is reassessing his stance on homosexual "marriage" and expected his views to "evolve." Obama's sodomy soliloquy came in response to Joe Sudbay of AMERICABlog, who … [Read more...]

Illegal Immigrants for Obama

In a desperate push to keep the Senate in friendly hands, Barack Obama took to the airwaves of Univision Radio on Monday and encouraged Hispanic voters to join him in his plan to “punish our enemies.” It appears Hispanics have sunk to the challenge. Among the most motivated members of Obama’s nightmare coalition are those who have no right to play any role in the American political process, or … [Read more...]

“Give Them the Wealth”: Obama’s Stealth Reparations

More than a decade ago, American Indian farmers claimed the U.S. Department of Agriculture had discriminated against them for…more than a decade. National Public Radio reports the class action lawsuit’s lead plaintiffs, “George and Marilyn Keepseagle of North Dakota, had sought some $500 million in damages.” This week, Barack Obama’s appointed representatives managed to negotiate them down to … [Read more...]

Once And Future Congressman: GOP Must Confront Obama “Up To And Including Impeachment”

One of the chief questions facing conservatives is not whether Barack Obama is guilty of impeachable offenses — it is whether Republicans will have the courage to do anything about it once elected. At least one gutsy former Congressman seeking to regain his old seat has the temerity to say impeachment will remain on the table. Republican Tim Walberg represented Michigan’s 7th Congressional … [Read more...]

Impeachment is in the Mail

Conservatives have long been waiting for impeachment to come to Capitol Hill. Soon, it will come to their mailboxes. Constitutional conservatives around the country will soon receive a 17-page package from the National Campaign for an Impeachment Inquiry, an undertaking of The Conservative Caucus (TCC). The conservative watchdog organization bills the mailing a “national ballot of 5,000,000 … [Read more...]

Black Panther Investigation Broadens, Could Ensnare Obama

The federal investigation into the Justice Department’s handling of the Black Panther voter intimidation case has widened its scope in ways that increase the chances the president will be impeached in the new year. In a letter delivered today to Attorney General Eric Holder, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights indicated its investigation has shifted from a narrow focus on dropping the … [Read more...]

Carl Paladino Was Right

New York Republican candidate for governor Carl Paladino has caused a stir with his remarks he made over the weekend about homosexuality. The media have pounced on the Tea Party favorite, who they believe has no business succeeding in the state’s Republican Party, let alone in the governor’s mansion. Rick Lazio, who has proved a sore loser since Paladino squashed him in the GOP primary, has piped … [Read more...]

Obama Considering Rule by Executive Order in 2011

This morning, political commentators are paying a great deal of attention to one of the Los Angeles Times’ stories about Barack Obama’s plans for a Republican takeover of Congress. Unfortunately, they are focusing on the wrong one. Most commentators spent the morning quoting the president’s remarks on a black radio program that a GOP-dominated Congress will result in “hand-to-hand combat.” The … [Read more...]

From “Health Nazis” to Death Panels

Some liberals want to stop food stamp recipients from buying soft drinks, and some conservatives are outraged. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Governor David Patterson have petitioned the Department of Agriculture for permission to ban purchases of sugary drinks – which are allowed in the other 49 states – for a two year period. Today on “Fox and Friends” Steve Doocy asked, … [Read more...]