This Obama attempt to intimidate the U.S. Supreme Court should show you that this is not only the worst president ever but also the worst mistake this country has ever made.
Churches are failing. Why? Love is not their main theme anymore. They’re political. They support war and the death penalty. They blame “the devil” and don’t recognize women as equals. When you preach politics, you automatically insult 50 percent of the population.
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In many of our cities, there is a murder almost every night. Many of the killers wear hoodies or backward baseball caps or low-hanging jeans. Many use and sell drugs. So why the outrage over Trayvon Martin? Why is there such an obvious double standard?
The case of Trayvon Martin is tragic. The reemergence of the lynch mob – in the form of the New Black Panther Party, the Rev. Al Sharpton and others – is equally disturbing. Let the case be investigated and the facts be heard.
Why do the media refer to George Zimmerman as being “white Hispanic” but do not refer to President Obama as being “white black”?
When someone sucker punches you and then knocks you down, beating your head on the pavement, you better take action before you go unconscious. If you are carrying a weapon, the assailant will probably use it on you once he finds it while looking for your wallet.
Recently, Congress put forward a proposal that would balance the budget in 2040. That should give you an idea of how much $16 trillion is.
Republicans aren’t “hardwired with fear and control.” Their mindset is totally packaged with the work ethic and self-reliance that built this great country. Until the “empathy”-wired Democrats understand that aid to the poor has to be balanced with consequences, this country will never be great again.
Exactly what about the George W. Bush administration made you feel safe? The attacks on Sept. 11? The two unnecessary wars? The squandering of the budget deficit? Or the near-total meltdown of the economy?
Just wondering how long it will take before Kentucky will have to relinquish its title because of NCAA violations. It’s happened everywhere John Calipari has coached.
First, government officials spend hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars building expressways to speed traffic through the city. Then they reduce the speed limit on these very expressways to near that of surface streets. Those signs reading “Your tax dollars at work” should instead read “Your tax dollars being wasted.”
Why should I ride a city bus if I don’t have to? A car is quicker in this city.