President Obama urged the US government to adopt tighter regulations on broadband service in an effort to preserve "a free and open Internet."
In a statement released Monday, Obama called on the Federal Communications Commission to enforce the principle of treating all Internet traffic the same way, known in shorthand as Net neutrality. That means treating broadband services like utilities, the president said, so that Internet service providers would be unable "to restrict the best access or to Read more [...]
Forget speaking for the voiceless – according to Hollywood.
Actress and abortion absolutist Ellen Barkin took to Twitter Nov. 1 to declare when life begins. (She’s not a scientist, but maybe she played one on TV once.) According to Barkin, fetuses, babies and infants are not “persons” because they “cannot talk.” A Tony and Emmy award winner, Barkin has boasted roles in movies including, “The Big Easy,” “Sea of Love,” “Ocean’s Thirteen” and “Very Good Girls.” “News Read more [...]
Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber said that lack of transparency was a major part of getting Obamacare passed because “the stupidity of the American voter” would have killed the law if more people knew what was in it.
Gruber, the MIT professor who served as a technical consultant to the Obama administration during Obamacare’s design, also made clear during a panel quietly captured on video that the individual mandate, which was only upheld by the Supreme Court because it was a tax, was Read more [...]
Cynthia and Robert Gifford are caught in a same-sex nightmare. They’ve been forced to defend themselves against claims that they’re lesbian-hating homophobes.
“We respect and care for everyone!’’ Cynthia Gifford told me. “We had an openly gay man working for us this past season,’’ she said.
“We’ve had a woman who’s transitioning to be a man. We don’t discriminate against anyone.’’
But the government of the state of New York sees things differently. The Giffords, Read more [...]
Earlier this year, the city of Houston, Texas pushed through an ordinance ostensibly aimed at combating anti-gay discrimination. In reality, the ordinance granted special rights to the LGBT community and discriminates against those with moral and religious objections, as well as real safety concerns.
The community responded with a strong petition drive, which was arbitrarily dismissed by the city, which then issued subpoenas to the area pastors behind the opposition.
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Reeling from staggering Democrat losses in the midterm elections, the Obama White House has just been served another heaping helping of bad news — word that the U.S. Supreme Court will take a second close and critical look at the constitutionality of ObamaCare.
The announcement from the high court was something of a surprise, as the decision to hear the case was made by the justices without waiting for a split among federal appeals courts. Court watchers say the decision represents a major victory Read more [...]
Let’s just tally up the excuses Democrats have made over the last few months about why America is so unhappy with their leadership.
Racism, Sexism and now it’s because we’re old.
Also, did you notice that he said old, white Southern people? I didn’t realize there were so many southerners in Massachusetts, Maryland, Iowa, Alaska, Illinois, Nevada, the Dakotas, Ohio, etc., etc., etc… do you get what I’m saying here?
Also, he must have missed the jump in minority and female votes Read more [...]
It’s not a prayer, it’s the national anthem, but that’s the point.
Hugh Fitzgerald explains here, “Islam teaches — inculcates, rather — the notion that Muslims do not owe any allegiance to non-Muslims, not to their countries, not to their institutions, legal and political, not to anything.”
Within Islam — uniquely, among world religions — such a doctrine has arisen, and has been elaborated, and has been written about, one that is based on both the letter and spirit of the Read more [...]
Before anyone had any inkling that Tuesday’s elections would be a tsunami for Republicans, it looked like former “American Idol” runner up Clay Aiken had a chance—a slim chance, to be sure, but a chance to defeat Tea Party Republican Rep. Renee Ellmers in Aiken’s bid for a seat in North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District. After all, the Democrats were all-in trying to save Kay Hagan’s Senate seat, as Aiken told supporters at a Sept. 30 fundraiser at the hilltop Los Angeles home of Read more [...]
Former Obama White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, now a political commentator for CNN, casually admitted that, yes, his party uses race to convince minorities that Republicans seek to oppress them.
Before the midterm election, Carney said: “Republicans are going to pick up seats in the Senate and the House, and they may win control of the Senate. So (Democrats) need to mobilize their base voters, and that is especially true of minority voters.”
Carney also admitted that the use of the Read more [...]
General John Allen (Ret.) was selected as Barack Obama's envoy for the coalition to combat ISIS. While in Kuwait, Allen echoed Obama's sentiment that the group is "not Islamic" (despite its leader having a PhD in Islamic studies). In so doing, Allen is being dishonest.
CNS News reported:
A global effort to counter claims by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) that it is acting in the name of Islam must include a counter-narrative that highlights "our profound respect" for the religion, Read more [...]
House Speaker John A. Boehner said President Obama will “poison” chances for cooperation with Congress if he moves unilaterally to claim powers to grant legal status to illegal immigrants.
“He’s going to burn himself if he continues to go down this path,” Mr. Boehner said Thursday.
Newly elected to his House seat and likely to be returned at speaker in the next Congress, Mr. Boehner said he would like to tackle immigration in Congress but wouldn’t commit to holding a vote, saying Read more [...]