End of Day Archives

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

"No Jews Allowed"

Efforts to restart stalled Middle East peace talks began yesterday at the State Department. Unfortunately, we already have seen two outrages, one from Barack Obama and one from Mahmoud Abbas.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Obama Praises Ho Chi Minh

Last week President Obama met with his Vietnamese counterpart, President Truong Tan Sang, at the White House. During a photo-op, Obama repeated the canard of the left that Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam's notorious communist dictator, "was actually inspired by the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and the words of Thomas Jefferson."

Friday, July 26, 2013

A Tale Of Two Deaths

As we reported yesterday, President Obama lashed out at what he called "phony scandals" in Washington during a speech on the economy this week. The two big scandals in the news are the IRS/Tea Party scandal and the Benghazi cover-up.

Patricia Smith was on Fox News yesterday, and she did not take Mr. Obama's remarks very well. You see, her son, Sean Smith, was killed during the attacks on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Is Obama Running On Empty? 

Since his reelection eight months ago, President Obama has been coasting, and it's showing. His approval ratings are down. His signature legislative accomplishment, Obamacare, is as unpopular as ever. Seeking to regain his footing ahead of some critical budget battles in the months ahead, Obama decided to give yet another speech on the economy. 

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

More Bad News For Obama 

This afternoon President Obama delivered yet another major address on the economy. According to one top White House advisor, today's speech was just the beginning of "a series of speeches" Obama will deliver over the next few weeks. 

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

The Week To Honor Prisoners? 

If you are a jihadist who has declared war on Judeo-Christian civilization, and if you have been captured and taken off the battlefield, this may be the week you have been waiting for. 

In Iraq, jihadists attacked two prisons, including Abu Ghraib. Official reports indicate that more than two dozen police and soldiers were killed, and dozens more were wounded, in the sophisticated attacks involving car bombs, suicide bombers and rockets. 

Monday, July 22, 2013

IRS Scandal Gets Closer To Obama 

"What did the president know and when did he know it?" That has been a central question of Washington scandals ever since Tennessee Senator Howard Baker asked it during the Watergate hearings. 

The evidence is now overwhelming that the IRS/Tea Party scandal was not the work of rogue agents in a remote field office. And as more evidence points toward White House involvement, Baker's famous question becomes more relevant.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Obama Questions Zimmerman Verdict 

Moments ago, President Obama made a surprise appearance at the White House briefing room to address the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman. It was a long, rambling statement that briefly warned against violence in reaction to the verdict.

The president conceded that the Zimmerman case was unique, and that the problems plaguing young black men in the inner cities are not neighborhood watchmen. Kudos for that. 

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Scandals Back In The News 

The IRS and Benghazi scandals have receded from the headlines in recent weeks, but House Republicans have not forgotten them. And there are major revelations about both scandals today. 

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held a hearing today featuring top IRS officials who testified once again that the targeting of Tea Party organizations, conservative groups and Christian ministries was not the work of a few rogue agents in the IRS's Cincinnati, Ohio, office. 

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Glamorizing Terror 

Rolling Stone has set off a firestorm of controversy. The cover of its newest edition features a picture of confessed Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The photo presents Tsarnaev as if he were the latest teen heartthrob. 

The magazine's editors are defending their work, claiming it "falls within the traditions of journalism and Rolling Stone's long-standing commitment to serious and thoughtful coverage of the most important political and cultural issues of our day." Many Americans disagree.