Earlier this week it was announced that NSA leaker Edward Snowden is among the three finalists for the EU’s Human Rights Prize.
With acts like Senator Ted Cruz’s recent filibuster on the senate floor and others like Rand Paul and Marco Rubio standing up for their values, the old guard GOP has made their disdain clear.
Monday it was reported that Lois Lerner is retiring.
She is the IRS official that, in a hearing before congress, made a speech testifying that she did nothing wrong and then took her Fifth Amendment privilege not to testify, after she had testified, essentially denying the ability of anyone to question her statements.
When it originally came out that the IRS was targeting conservative groups for extra scrutiny there were some that praised the behavior.
While the Occupy movement had to set up rape tents and caused millions and damage and hundreds of arrests it was labeled peaceful while the Tea Party, with none of those occurrences, was labeled violent.
Anyone with sense would be able to see what a slippery slope such double standards create, especially as more of incidents occur.
It should be no surprise to anyone that the left advances it cause largely though the manipulation of words and a large dose of emotion and straw man arguments.
What struck me, however, while reading news on different evils of regimes is the wide spread in which “right wing” is used.
Today several people were shot at the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard.
Regardless of the identity of the shooter or his motives one thing about the place this occurred strikes a tone.
Just like Fort Hood this was a military installation, and, just like Fort Hood, it is a gun free zone.
We all know that over the years the liberals and their media cohorts used the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as a bludgeon against former President George W. Bush.
Apparently Obama’s red line isn't his at all.
We all, as in every person on the planet said that.
I guess he was speaking for he when he said “You didn't build that, somebody else made that happen” while talking about small business owners.
Texas Republican Agriculture Commissioner candidate J Allen Carnes appeared on the Thursday edition of Pratt on Texas to discuss his run for higher office. Carnes currently serves as the mayor of Uvalde.
Ryan Smith, talked about the expansion of the Stars and Stripes Drive-In on Thursday's edition of Pratt on Texas