Although as I noted Thursday, the Obamas weren’t necessarily about being above it all.
Great mashup by the Washington Free Beacon contrasting claims the Kavanaugh protestors are not a mob with video of the protestors ACTING JUST LIKE A MOB.
Now this is fun. Especially Spartacus announcing, “I’m a prisoner of hope.”
Actually, we all were a couple of years ago. It was also known as the Obama presidency.
Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court Saturday.
Despite Rose and Mallory screaming from the gallery . . .
As the latest attempt to “Bork” a Republican Supreme Court nominee appears set to fail, I think it’s worth remembering a great man, Robert Bork, who was maligned and defamed by Democrats, led by Ted Kennedy, and denied a seat on the Court in 1987. He subsequently wrote about America’s cultural decline, which has continued to this day.
This is from a surprisingly fair-minded brief look at his life by PBS on the day of his death in 2012.
There are a lot funny scenes like this playing out all over Capitol Hill. Hatch wasn’t about to let them pull a Jeff Flake on him. BASED ORRIN HATCH Hatch waves off protesters screaming at him. Protester "Don't you wave your hand at me. I wave my hand at you." Hatch: "Why don't you grow… Continue Reading
This is not typical of Sen. Chuck Grassley. “That’s a bias that none of you should be proud of,” he told reporters at a Capitol Hill briefing after detailing how journalists only wanted to interview protestors in his office who were anti-Kavanaugh as opposed to the ones that supported him. I think President Trump, though… Continue Reading
The way the press used to be, when you were attacked, which was often, you just took it, because it wasn’t about you. You were just there to question and report the news, not get into arguments centered on yourself. CNN’s Jim Acosta insisted that he does, in fact, report facts when jabbed by White… Continue Reading