I’m at College Point, Queens New York this morning. I’m delivering a load of Gatorade to the local Pepsi distribution center. Extremely narrow streets around this place, and as a result I’ve never come in here where I haven’t done some very serious side walk driving. That’s an accomplishment with a big rig. I have […]
Allies spy on each other. The United States spies of Israel, and in turn Israel returns the favor. I am not shocked but the regime is irate. Apparently in Barack Obama’s ivory tower, only the United States is allowed to spy, from Independent (UK): American officials have accused Israel of spying on diplomatic talks between […]
First stop this morning was in New Paltz New York, essentially within shooting distance of McPhillips. I regret my schedule doesn’t leave me enough time to offer him some coffee. It would be an interesting meeting, I think. I managed to get a late start to the week, so I will probably be out until […]
I’m coming off the first extended weekend I’ve had in several weeks. Kinda nice being able to spend some time around the house. My truck needed some work anyway, and I had some paperwork that I had to complete. the paperwork in this job is seemingly endless. One of the things that I had taken […]
A cynic, such as myself, might be tempted to conclude that Barack Hussien Obama simply spent too much time with the likes of Frank Marshall Davis. I would explain Obama love of murderous dictators, from Eli Lake, Bloomberg: Like almost all dictators, Iran’s supreme leader has a legitimacy problem. Most Iranians today are too fearful […]
The Snark of the Day, Senator John McCain, from Blaze: “Get over your temper tantrum, Mr. President.” Maybe McPain got Dim Won confused with a republican?
Did the open opposition to Bibi by the regime, in itself, propel him to victory? From Politico: Netanyahu also cast himself as the target of foreigners — and while he was vague about the details, pro-Netanyahu media outlets often cited the role of former Obama campaign operative Jeremy Bird, who advised a grass-roots campaign organization […]
A few thoughts on Hillary Cltinon’s emails. First, it strikes me that when you’re talking about at E-mail system, you’re talking about messages that go out from that system to other systems. Other people. It is a communications device that sends from that system to other systems and other people. Now, that may seems a […]
And it came to pass that Mark Steyn asked the very same question I asked here on BitsBlog some time ago: Yet one way to look at the current “leader of the free world” is this: If he were working for the other side, what exactly would he be doing differently? On that basis, of […]
Dim Won, b/k/a President Barack Obama, said during a recent dog and pony show, “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.” How so Barry? The Snark of the Day, from Kimberlee Kaye, Legal Insurrection: That Obama’s version of history is meant to soften a brutally, violent history of an […]
Dim Won, b/k/a Barack Obama, thinks we need to appease radical Muslims, from Fox News: WASHINGTON – President Obama defended his administration’s approach to the terror threat at a White House summit Wednesday, standing by claims that groups like the Islamic State do not represent Islam — as well as assertions that job creation could […]
1950, Harry’s (President Harry S. Truman) Marines, from Wall Street Journal On Dec. 6, 1950, [1st Marine Division CO Colonel Lewis “Chesty” Puller] was ordered to break out of Chosin Reservoir and open an escape route to Hungnam port. The 80,000-strong PLA was no longer the only enemy confronting the Marines. By now the temperature […]
Dim Won, b/k/a Barack Obama has a consistent pattern. He ignores real problems like global terrorism but rather concentrates on largely imaginary problems like anthropogenic global warming or the college rape culture. Example, from Nice Deb: Obama was asked whether he believes the media “overstates” the threat of terrorism at the expense of other stories, […]
Dim Won, maybe the most uneducated president in American history, attempts explain religion. The Snark of the Day, from Mollie Hemingway, Federalist: Condescending to Americans by reiterating that not all Christians are or have been perfect throughout history — in an environment where people are losing their heads on camera, are being burned in cages, […]
from Karen, Lonely Conservative: Here’s some shocking news – Cuba has walked out on talks with the United States because the Castro regime isn’t interested in improving its human rights record. Inspector Renault could not be reached for comment.