Threats to freedom of speech, writing and action, though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in their effect and, unless checked, lead to a general disrespect for the rights of the citizen. -George Orwell

Wednesday, July 31, 2013



Greg welcomes guests Imogen Lloyd Webber, Sherrod Small and Dean Cain!

The 28 Most Beautiful People On The Hill That TheDC's Interns Found In A Single Afternoon: 2013 edition
It's not that hard to find hotties on Capitol Hill.
On Wednesday, The Hill released their 2013 list of "The Hill's 50 Most Beautiful People," objectifying and ranking legislative and executive branch employees based supposedly on their looks.
Upon seeing this year's lineup, the corners of the internet that noticed had one response — really? That's the best the nation's capital has to offer?
The annual list was the result of over 500 nominations from fellow staffers, and then whittled down to 50 at the editorial discretion of The Hill's staff.
In the past, The Hill's list has included some veritable hotties, but this year picks left something to be desired.

But is finding a bunch of beauties on the Hill really that difficult? The Daily Caller decided to find out.
Dispatched with cameras in hand, three Daily Caller interns combed Capitol Hill Wednesday afternoon in search of hot staffers and interns who were willing to sign a waiver and have their pictures taken.
Unlike The Hill's planned photo shoots, our subjects were given approximately 20 seconds to prepare for their closeup with completely amateur photographers. This is as raw as it gets, folks.
Check out our 2013 list of "The 28 Most Beautiful People On The Hill That TheDC's Interns Found In A Single Afternoon." The list has no particular order and is of course composed entirely of women.


Take your jobs plan and shove it, Mr. President: Your policies have harmed Chattanooga enough

Does the White House think no one will notice the Obamacare hypocrisy?

America's Priority? Stop the Brotherhood

Religious Liberty Threatened

5 Ways Liberalism Destroyed Detroit

Mitch Daniels's Gift to Academic Freedom

Daniels vs Zinn: Historians on the left would rather shout "censorship" than maintain standards.

Chris Christie Bellyflops on NSA Spying and Libertarianism

Weiner Communications Director Calls Intern "Slutbag," Other Assorted Ladybit Pejoratives

CBS Bizarrely Wonders if Pope Francis is 'Breaking With The Vatican'

Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Greg welcomes guests Brooke Goldstein, Paul Mecurio and Walter Kirn.

Bill and Hillary Clinton are 'livid' at comparisons to Weiner's sexcapades and Huma's forgiveness
Weiner and his campaign aides have explicitly referred to the Clintons as they privately seek to convince skeptical Democrats that voters can back Weiner despite his online sexual antics - just as they supported then-President Bill Clinton in the face of repeated allegations of marital betrayals.
"The Clintons are pissed off that Weiner's campaign is saying that Huma is just like Hillary," said the source. "How dare they compare Huma with Hillary? Hillary was the first lady. Hillary was a senator. She was secretary of state."
A longtime Hillary aide and Clinton friend, Abedin's surprisingly unequivocal support of her husband after his bombshell admission Tuesday that he engaged in salacious online sexting well after he resigned in disgrace from Congress in 2011 left the Clintons stunned, continued the source.


Obamacare Fallout: More Doctors Opting Out of Medicare

'Smart Power'? Obama Forces Israel to Release Terrorists, Murderers

Egyptian Blood on Obama's Hands

House GOP Readies 'All of the Above' Energy Bill

Rand Paul hits back at Christie, King: "If they want to make me the target, they will get it back in spades"

Pew poll: Major swing against government surveillance among Tea Partiers

The latest actions in the Democrat war on women

Working class hero Barack Obama staying at $7.6 million private resort; books over 75 rooms for staff during luxury vacation in Martha's Vineyard

Analysis: John Kerry's Carbon Footprint Is Enormous

Wait. WHAT? Congressional Black Caucus Wants Sheila Jackson Lee to Head Homeland Security


Here's the latest news about San Diego's Mayor Bob "Filthy" Filner.  Even though I'm sure everybody in San Diego knows that Filthy is a Democrat, it does seem odd that the article fails to mention it.  Actually, it's not's typical.  If he was a Republican there is no doubt that "Republican" would be included multiple times.

San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Asks City to Pay for Legal Fees
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has asked the city to cover his legal fees for a sexual harassment lawsuit, according to an agenda released by the city council.
Special Section: Mayor Under Fire
The city council will convene in a special closed session on Tuesday night to discuss whether or not to pay for legal fees in a sexual harassment claim filed by Filner's former employee Irene McCormack Jackson.
Jackson publicly came forward last week and alleged that Filner told her to "work without panties" and detailed other alleged acts of sexual harassment. Jackson called her experience working for the mayor "the worst time of my entire working life."
Prominent San Diego attorney Gloria Allred is representing Jackson, and filed the lawsuit last week. Read the complaint here
Filner has been accused of sexually harassing multiple women -- a total of seven women have publicly come forward claiming he acted inappropriately toward them.
The mayor has since apologized for "offending" women, and will enter intensive therapy for two weeks to "begin the process of addressing [his] behavior."
Filner has made the request that he should be defended under the city's expense through a letter from his lawyer Harvey Berger. The letter stated that Filner should have the city pay for representation under California Government codes 825 and 995 – which deal with compensation and defense of public employees.
The San Diego City Attorney's Office is advising the council during Tuesday night's meeting.
City Attorney Jan Goldsmith has said his office will not represent Filner, but he has not said whether or not the city will be responsible for his legal fees. It is not clear at this time how the council will act.
You stay classy, San Diego.


People unfamiliar with New York City politics may not realize that it is theoretically possible (and was, prior to last week, quite likely) that Beavis and Butthead Weiner and Spitzer would be part of the same Democrat ticket.  I've borrowed the headline from a recent Pat Buchanan column because it's hilarious.  His point is that far from being some sort of weird outliers, Carlos Danger and Client No. 9 Weiner and Spitzer are actually part of the liberal mainstream.
But the front-runner in the New York mayor's race today quit Congress as a serial texter of lewd photos to anonymous women. The front-runner in the city comptroller's race was "Client No. 9" in the prostitution ring of the convicted madam who is running against him.
Weiner's strongest challenger for mayor is a lesbian about to marry another lesbian. The sitting mayor and governor are divorced and living with women not their wives. The former mayor's second wife had to go to court to stop his girlfriend from showing up at Gracie Mansion.
Weiner looks like a mainstream liberal.
On cable channels we hear cries that Weiner is "mentally sick." Ex-colleague Rep. Jerrold Nadler says Weiner needs "psychiatric help."
Whoa, Jerry. Up to 1973, the American Psychiatric Association said homosexuality was a mental disorder. The APA now regrets that. And why is Weiner's private sexting a sign of mental illness, when kids all over America are engaged in the same thing every day?
Are we, possibly, a mentally and morally sick society?
"There are eight million stories in the naked city. This has been one of them."

Monday, July 29, 2013


Greg welcomes guests Kevin Williamson, Jamie Lissow and Lauren Sivan.

Shirley Jones reveals threesome, frisky sex life
Shirley Jones is a real tell-all.
The actress, 79, who clearly knows that sex sells, is revealing some spicy stuff in the pages of her new memoir, which came out Tuesday. And while Jones, 79, details her career from Oklahoma! to The Partridge Family, its her marriage to Jack Cassidy that's getting the buzz.
She describes the handsome actor and singer as her first lover and "sexual Svengali."
According to an AP profile of Jones, the star writes of Cassidy's impressive endowment, his attraction to both men and women (he had a pre-marital sexual encounter with Cole Porter), and their threesome with another woman.


Obama's hunt for a legacy - the politics of division

Obama: Race Relations "May Get Worse"

Shorter Obama: As a Constitutional Lawyer, I Don't Need to Follow the Law

Howard Dean: ObamaCare's Rate-Setting Won't Work; "Experience tells me the Independent Payment Advisory Board will fail."

Iconic Ground Zero photo was nearly excluded from museum for being too 'rah-rah' American

NYC welfare food is shipped in barrels to the Dominican Republic - then sold on the black market

The Desperate Life of Carlos Danger

Politico's Glenn Thrush is bitter: GOP Cemented 'A Ten-Year Grip on the House' in 2010, Fails to Mention Tea Party's Influence

A douchebag says what? Treasury Sec. Jack Lew: Yes, IRS Scandal is 'Phony'

SC RINO Lindsey Graham Likely to Face Several Primary Challengers

Sunday, July 28, 2013


I was pleasantly surprised at how thoroughly and objectively the war years were covered in the video.  The last 10-15 minutes (when it deals with more recent history) get a little sketchy in my opinion but I leave it up to the viewer to decide.  It's nearly two hours long but if you appreciate history and want to have a better understanding of the region and how the history drives current events then I highly recommend setting aside the time to watch it! 


Captive Nations
A review of Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956, by Anne Applebaum
In 1952, Hans-Joachim Geyer, a low-level courier secretly working for the West German Federal Intelligence Service, was captured in East Berlin by agents of the Stasi, the spy network of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). Geyer, a former member of the Nazi Party, had little difficulty in switching allegiances. According to now available Stasi files, Geyer quickly admitted his work on behalf of the Federal Republic and went so far as to offer up his services to the GDR. With his assistance, the Stasi was able to roll up over 100 West German spies operating in East Germany and seize hundreds of valuable documents. So helpful was Geyer (whose work lasted only a year before his cover was blown) that the GDR paid a large pension to his widow after his death.
Blood-soaked History
A review of Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962, by Yang Jisheng
It took Mao Zedong's New China about four years to carry out the "Great Leap Famine," the greatest single crime in the history of the world. The term itself, now widely used, derives sardonically from the Great Leap Forward, a campaign begun in 1958 to transform Communist China into a modern industrialized state in less than a decade. Central to this campaign was a massive reordering of China's countryside, especially the forced movement of the hundreds of millions who lived there into so-called People's Communes. Mao's agricultural policies mirrored those of his inspiration and mentor, Joseph Stalin, whose ruthless rural collectivization campaign in the 1930s caused more than 10 million deaths in the Soviet Union. In the People's Republic of China, over the decades, historians and demographers have come to estimate the deaths caused by Mao's collectivization campaign at about 40 million.
The Higher Education Hustle
Political Correctness and Higher Education
The term "politically correct" entered the American vocabulary in 1991, following a widely discussed New York magazine cover story on higher education, and has become applicable beyond the campus. The Associated Press, for example, announced this year the banishment of "illegal immigrant" from its stylebook. One linguist suggested "unauthorized migrant" as a more respectful substitute. Jay Leno, who is not politically correct, preferred "undocumented Democrats." Perhaps "joggers without borders" will catch on.


Reality Check: Islamic supremacism pervades Assad's opposition

Cock blocked: Weiner scandal overshadowed Obama's stimulus pitch

The Obama Economy Tour

When did Obama decide that the scandals he once thought were serious are now 'phony'?

Rand Paul: "We Need To Have Republican Community Organizers"

NBC to air miniseries about Hillary Clinton, timed ahead of 2016 presidential elections

Bill Ayers, reincarnated ACORN ask United Nations to intervene in Chicago school closings

Politico Goes to Pot While Ignoring IRS Scandal Developments

ABC News Accused of Dishonestly Editing Zimmerman Juror to Take 'Got Away With Murder' Out of Context

The American Oligarchs 


Greg welcomes guests Joel Pollak, Jim Norton and Barret Swatek.

Middle class has been left behind by Obamanomics
The unstated premise is this: More government means more equality, while the free market favors the rich and tramples on the rest.
But Obama's own facts help undermine that: Government grows, the wealthy, the big, and the well-connected pull away, and the rest of us struggle.
One reason: Obamanomics leans heavily on trickle-down economics. How does Obama promise to create jobs? With more loan guarantees to sell jumbo jets and more subsidies to make solar panels - taxpayer transfers to the big companies with the best lobbyists, with some crumbs hopefully falling to the working class.
Also, Obama's regulations crush small businesses, protecting the big guys from competition. This hurts Mom & Pop and would-be entrepreneurs, but it also hurts the working class. New businesses are the engine of job growth, but new business formation has accelerated its decline in the last few years, hitting record lows.
This gives Republicans an opening to explain that they can deliver on Obama's promises of helping the middle class and the working class, but they can do it by reversing Obamanomics - cutting everyone's taxes, undoing the most onerous regulations, ending trickle-down corporate welfare and so on.
Call it free-market populism, or libertarian populism.

Thursday, July 25, 2013


Greg welcomes guests Remi Spencer, Matt Welch and Gavin McInnes.

Chicago Teachers Union members, students travel to Honduras to discuss U.S. 'revolution'
Victoria [last name redacted], a 17-year-old Chicago high school student, said of her meeting with Zelaya, a one-time ally of Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro, "Meeting the ex-president was powerful and intriguing. This meeting gave me hope. The president had a thought that not one politician in the U.S. has acknowledged, 'what can I do to help those who doesn't [sic] have everything they need?' It gives me hope but it also puts into perspective the cruelty of the U.S. government. Our system needs to be torn down and rebuilt with the bricks of freedom, peace, humanity and this can be achieved through revolution."


Lights, camera, economy: Obama uses rhetoric of class warfare in jobs speech

Washington Post: Drop In Unemployment Rate "Almost 100 Percent Due To Decline In Labor Force Participation Rate"

Amash amendment to restrict NSA powers fails by 12-vote margin in House

Report: Female reporters advised to have escort when interviewing San Diego's Democrat Mayor Bob "Filthy" Filner as third accuser comes forward

Nancy Pelosi, creep-enabler

The Huma Unmentionables

The Voice of the Know-Nothing Caucus

The Real Helen Thomas

Darrell Issa: Energy Department Whistleblowers Gagged

Texas Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Must Repay $1.4 Million After Medicaid Fraud

Wednesday, July 24, 2013


Anthony Weiner admits to more lewd photos

Weiner's creepy press conference

Gray Lady to Weiner: Pull out!

Flashback: Gray Lady's Weepy Ode to Weiner's Return

Check out Breitbart for more on Weinergate 2.0


Why Liberals Won't Face Facts on Detroit

A fire created and stoked by the Left

The Passion of Trayvon Obama

Top general says it was "quickly apparent" Benghazi was a terrorist attack

Guess who's abandoning Obamacare in droves? Moderate Democrats

McClatchy: Obama approval "plummeting" to 41%

MRC Special Report: The Media Censorship That Put Barack Obama Back in the White House

Media Hypocrisy: Al Sharpton, Nancy Grace, and Alec Baldwin Still On TV

Al-Shabaab Claims U.S. Kills in Somalia After Obama Steps Up Secret Aid

Professor doubles down on statement that 'God is racist,' says 'I have tenure. I can't get fired'


Greg welcomes guests Jo Ling Kent, Jamie Weinstein and John Bolton.

Bloomberg's Anti-Gun Group Imploding as 50 Mayors Leave
Between the 50 mayors who have checked out of Hotel Bloomberg, some of whom were arrested, one for demanding gay sex at gunpoint, the number of people in the control freak mayor's boutique anti-gun group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, run with pilfered city resources, is dropping.

Not helping matters was Bloomberg's declaration of war on Southern Democrats and even gun-control Republicans who didn't hew to his exacting standards. And so Napoleon IV is watching his little empire of attack ads coming apart.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013


Obamacare's Branch of the NSA
Community organizers will use a Federal Data Hub to sign up people for subsidies — and even ballots.
The Department of Health and Human Services is about to hire an army of "patient navigators" to inform Americans about the subsidized insurance promised by Obamacare and assist them in enrolling. These organizers will be guided by the new Federal Data Hub, which will give them access to reams of personal information compiled by federal agencies ranging from the IRS to the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration.
"The federal government is planning to quietly enact what could be the largest consolidation of personal data in the history of the republic," Paul Howard of the Manhattan Institute and Stephen T. Parente, a University of Minnesota finance professor, wrote in USA Today. No wonder that there are concerns about everything from identity theft to the ability of navigators to use the system to register Obamacare participants to vote.


Obama Tries to Talk His Way Out of Summer Swoon

Race-Bait and Switch

Farmers blast EPA for attempting to release their personal information

Obama Regime To Map Every Neighborhood In America By Race To "Eliminate Segregation"

IRS chief counsel met with Obama two days before issuing new BOLO

Obama's senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer dismisses recent WH scandals as "phony"

Abbas: No, direct talks aren't about to begin again

Academia's Love Letter to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

Helen Thomas and Bias in the Press

Iowa Trip Sows a Tea-Party Rivalry


Greg welcomes guests Sherrod Small, Harris Faulkner and Bernie McGuirk.

Thousands of employees are quitting public sector unions in Wisconsin
The diminishing number of union members is more a reflection of the unions themselves that it is on Walker or his policies. Nobody forced so many employees to leave the unions. The new law simply unlocked their cage and allowed them to leave if they wanted to.
The fact that so many took advantage suggests that public sector unions can only thrive when they have thousands of imprisoned members who have dues involuntarily deducted from their paychecks.
If that's the case, should their sudden demise be considered a tragedy or a happy liberation for thousands of trapped workers who simply wanted their freedom?

Monday, July 22, 2013


Obama picks scab off America's racial wound

ACLU Reverses Championing Pursuit of Zimmerman

PHOTOS: Communists Invoke Trayvon Martin in Anti-Police Protest

Empire State gun owners muster to defeat Cuomo

Religious hardliners declare 'jihad' on Afghanistan's TV talent shows

Putin and Obama: Brothers in Tyranny

Facebook page dedicated to save the job of Sean Murphy, the cop who released bomber photos

Touré: Tavis Smiley Only Invited on Meet the Press Because He's a 'Black Hater of Obama'

Clueless Chris Matthews: NBC's Washington Studio Will Be 'Remembered Finally and Forever' for Airing My Show

Geraldo Rivera pulls a 'Weiner,' tweets half-naked self photo


Greg welcomes guests Kennedy, Jonna Spilbor and Jesse Joyce.

'Justice for Trayvon' Protests Draw Small Crowds; Nation Moves On
Nationwide rallies against the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin drew small crowds, a sign that Americans had largely accepted the verdict and that race relations are not nearly as frayed as Al Sharpton's National Action Network had sought to indicate. The flagship rally in New York only drew a crowd of "hundreds," while a rally in Newport News, Virginia struggled to draw two dozen.


From her appearance on Saturday Night Live back in January, here's Jennifer Lawrence joining Taran Killam and Bobby Moynihan as B108FM's intern Busty Rhymes.

Sunday, July 21, 2013


Move over NSA, here comes the Obamacare Big Brother database

Obama Continues Racial Zimmerman Narrative While Hispanics Targeted

Report: Woman Receives Hundreds of Death Threats Intended for Zimmerman

Obama: Of course Zimmerman was guilty, but…

Top 10 reasons Detroit went bankrupt

Detroit's Bankruptcy and Public-Sector Pensions

Judge halts Detroit bankruptcy; claims it "doesn't honor Obama"

Mitch Daniels vs. Howard Zinn: Winner? Daniels!

CSI Laramie: How cops busted the left-wing campus radical who threatened to rape herself on Facebook

Bozell Column: Terrorist Rocks Rolling Stone


Rolling Stone decided to go "radical chic" with this cover.  There was no need to select one of the more flattering photos of him.  They could have told the story without glamorizing this murdering terrorist scum.  Look at the faces of his victims...the ones who lost their lives. Hundreds of others were wounded, including several who lost limbs.  But Rolling Stone portrays him as if he were a rock star.  Disgraceful!

Here's Rolling Stone's favorite anti-hero standing near several of his victims

Saturday, July 20, 2013


After Zimmerman
An honest conversation on race? Yeah, right.

The Post-Zimmerman Poison Pill
Dishonesty on race and crime. 

Holder, Racism, and Our 'Nation of Cowards'
An honest "national conversation" about race is not what the grievance-mongers want. 

Al Sharpton, Posh Populist
Living large among the 1 percenters. 

The Obama Administration's Race-Baiting Campaign
Democrats want 2014 to be an us-versus-them election.


Team Obama plans August assault on 'climate deniers,' Obamacare 'liars'

An Island in Revolt: A Window into Europe's Future

Nigerian Jihad

Print the Legend: Thoughts on the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Tragedy

Black America's real problem isn't white racism

Obama: "Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago."

Hobby Lobby Wins Injunction Stopping Enforcement of HHS Mandate

Did Local Official Help Planned Parenthood Hide Botched Abortion That Killed a Woman?

Pelosi: Why, no, I have no desire to denounce the molesty Democratic mayor of San Diego

One fewer viewpoint on 'The View' is a loss for civil political debate


Obama tries to break it to the Left that the DOJ's not going to prosecute Zimmerman
The line that’s getting attention from this afternoon's impromptu presser is that Trayvon Martin "could have been me 35 years ago," but that's both implausible and tangential to his real message. Why implausible? Because, if you believe Zimmerman's account of the fight, Martin ambushed him and then pounded on him relentlessly after he'd fallen to the ground. Say what you like about President Spock, it's hard to imagine him reacting that way to anything. To believe the "I could have been Trayvon" claim, you have to believe the most sinister explanation for what happened between Martin and Zimmerman — that Zimmerman killed him essentially in cold blood for the crime of being black, not in self-defense. No one outside of O's lefty base seems to believe that anymore, which tells you who the target audience here is.


Kira Davis: "MSNBC's resident tap dancer is at it again. I find the comparison of the Zimmerman aftermath to 'Emmett Till's America' not only ignorant but supremely disrespectful to the memory and legacy of the civil rights movement."
Kira Davis: “MSNBC’s resident tap dancer is at it again. I find the comparison of the Zimmerman aftermath to “Emmett Till’s America” not only ignorant but supremely disrespectful to the memory and legacy of the civil rights movement.”