The national NAACP re-tweeted this from the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP saying “there is a change coming.” They weren’t kidding. Check out the marchers and see if you can spot the change: RT @NCNAACP There is a change coming! — NAACP (@NAACP) June 17, 2013

Mary Jo Kopechne’s grave at Chappaquiddick: Ted Kennedy's grave at Arlington. — luis martinez (@LMartinezABC) June 16, 2013

Last night I ran across this recent tweet by Robert Reich (arrowed above next to President Obama), the diminutive former labor secretary under Bill Clinton literally and current wacky liberal economist. It sums up the left’s view of government while serving as the definition of delusional: Where has our national goverment gone? We've split it […]

This morning I was reading a story about some fishermen who were in their boat on the ocean when a huge great white shark circled them for about ten minutes. The story was accompanied by video from the NBC affiliate in Philadelphia. The shirt one of the fishermen was wearing deserves extra publicity: Here’s the […]

This was inevitable, I suppose: Gallup pollsters announced Tuesday that the last Bush in office is more popular than our sitting president. Forty-nine percent of Americans now see Bush in favorable terms, compared to 47 percent for President Barack Obama. Bush’s 49/45 approval-to-disapproval rating split in the new poll also is the first time since […]

Second Lieutenant Hagen: You think it’s a coup? Major Otto Ernst Remer: Of that I’m certain. I just don’t know which side we’re on. ***** That’s a line from the movie Valkyrie, and it’s kind of how I feel when following the Edward Snowden/NSA story. I’ve avoided writing much about the Snowden drama because there’s […]

This is from back in February, but I thought it was worth a flashback considering recent events: I’m sure the New York Times and NBC News are digging hard to find out if any information gleaned from PRISM was shared with OFA… just kidding!

The Greatest Orator in the World, ladies and gentlemen. This was yesterday in California: This is obligatory whenever we talk about The Greatest Orator in the World losing his written speech or whenever his prompter goes down:

Good for him. I still can’t believe lightning didn’t strike when Obama said this to the organization that assists in snuffing out over 300,000 innocent lives every year in the U.S.:

A: Zero. There’s the least surprising trivia answer you’ll hear all month. Pertaining to one of those scandals — the NSA/Verizon story — here’s the tweet of the day: We all have Obamaphones now. — Matthew DesOrmeaux (@cynicusprime) June 6, 2013

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