Entries Tagged ‘Biden’

Stanek Sunday funnies: “Biden, chains of fool” edition

Here were my top five favorite political cartoons this week on Joe Biden’s incredibly degrading gaffe (and why is no one in the media questioning this man’s ability to be president?)…

by Eric Allie at Townhall.com

 by Henry Payne at Townhall.com

New Stanek poll: Should Obama have upheld presidential Memorial Day tradition at Arlington?

I have a special Memorial Day poll question up (bottom right side of home page): Rather than carry on the usual presidential tradition of commemorating our fallen soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day, Commander in Chief Obama will have VP Biden take his place and instead attend a ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial […]

Obama nominates Elena Kagan to Supreme Court

UPDATE, 11:29a: Yet another red flag. While pro-life groups are coming out against Kagan’s nomination en masse, the pro-abortion group NARAL is amenable to Kagan, as indicated in the statement below. Shock: I happen to agree with NARAL on one of its points – that abortion and Roe v. Wade should be discussed in Kagan’s […]

MSM summary of morning healthcare summit: “White House must be kicking themselves”

First some morning stats on time spoken this morning during Obama’s healthcare summit: Democrats: 108 minutes (Obama: 58 minutes) Republicans: 56 minutes Quote of the day, by Obama: “There was an imbalance on the opening statements because I’m the President. So, I made – I didn’t count my time in terms of dividing it evenly.” […]

Pro-aborts cry, vowing to oppose HR 3962 and overturn Hyde Amendment

Despite pro-abortion blog RH Reality Check, there is trouble in Dodge City. For starters,

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-24-09

by William McGurn has a column on Notre Dame inviting President Obama to be the school’s commencement speaker: In the end, the result is moral incoherence. It is an incoherence in which abortion-rights advocates have the most to gain, because it demoralizes those who support the cause of life while removing fears of even the […]

Catholic vote 2008

The past few days many have sent me a link to the following video adding, “This is very powerful.” Today when yet another friend send me a link to the video, writing, “This is very powerful,” I finally took a look at it. And you know what? It really is very powerful. Sponsor:

  

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