What Delusion Looks Like, Ed Shultz, Ring of Fire

Ed Shultz: “The radio stations liberals had as a breeding ground are now home to the conservative talkers trying to harvest a dollar in fast falling format.” Fast falling format? Ed Shultz must be thinking about Air America Radio. Conservative talkers, according to Sergeant Shultz, are “occupiers.” And, they don’t debate the issues, they “vilify …

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F Whitey, Let’s Riot

All the information that has been leaking from the Grand Jury investigation concerning Michael Brown’s death seems to be pointing to no indictment. That, under the circumstances, Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson acted properly. The odds that the Jesse Sharpton’s and other race baiters of the world will accept that, if that’s what the decision …

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Women Feeling “Unsafe” Under Obama Government

One of the most unreported (maybe because no one saw it, it was on MSNBC) news nuggets this week is about the so-called War on Women. The phrase itself has pre-conceived notions on what that means. The irony is, women care more for their safety than any phony meme Democrats can create to cast them …

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The Lunch Counter Blog, The First 10 Years

Timeout for a moment to mark some time. A decade. That’s how long The Lunch Counter Blog has served up politics, the right way. Exploring the issues, exposing the Left, holding the news media to account, and generally annoying Liberals with no argument beyond name-calling. The Lunch Counter software has evolved as information sharing software …

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Govt. Outsourcing Lead Blind To The Unemployment Line

Sibyl Mikell, laid off after 34 years on the job at the Mississippi River docks In a scenario that could only (by the media) be pinned on an evil republican like Mitt Romney, what would you call it when the Obama administration outsources jobs that cause 42 blind workers in New Orleans to lose theirs? A government …

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Obamacare, The Metrics Are Falling

Remember how quick the Obama administration was to tout the Obamacare enrollment numbers, that they wanted to? Of course, they still don’t know (or are not saying) how many new insureds there are as opposed to those who bought into the plan because they could not keep the policy they liked. Now the house of …

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DNC Starts Smear Campaign Against Christie

Doing what they do best, the DNC begins their campaign to take down all possible republican challengers for the 2016 presidential campaign. Casting the “Christie administration” as the demon. “Gridlock,” the ad begins, according to a transcript. “That’s what happened one year ago in Fort Lee, when the Christie administration shut down lanes to the …

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Obama Preps Legal Case For Extra-Constitutional Action

Just like his run-around the Senate on climate change, the lawless president demonstrates neglect of duty with this . . . With impeachment threats and potential lawsuits looming, President Barack Obama knows whatever executive actions he takes on immigration will face intense opposition. So as a self-imposed, end-of-summer deadline to act approaches, Obama’s lawyers are …

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Obama By-Passing Congress Again

Refusing to take no for an answer, Obama (not The White House, but Obama) is by-passing the Democrat-controlled Senate on a Useless Nations climate agreement. King Obama is engineering a UN Climate Accord without Congress. As the media and Democrats in Congress marvel as the lawless Obama administration goes from “deeming” bills passed (ACA) to …

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Selective Transparency For DOJ

“Transparency” has lost its meaning. At least where the government and the media is concerned. When there’s a great racial narrative going, like a White cop (or a “White Hispanic” community watch dude) shooting a Black kid, that’s all you need to pick that scab, again. Instant ratings for the media, and another opportunity to …

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