The week that was
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”
– Winston Churchill
Sharyl Attiksson, former CBS news reporter, spoke to Glenn Beck about her experience as a skeptical journo who refused to toe the line for the Obama Administration during the height of the Benghazi scandal. Attiksson lamented the chummy-chummy relationship between Big Government and Big Media, which unfortunately became more pronounced when Attiksson resigned.
A murderer’s execution in Oklahoma took a gruesome 4o minutes to complete, because it was performed using untested drugs. People were outraged that the process was so drawn-out. They prefer killings to be swift, as they are in abortion clinics.
The Supreme Court supported an EPA ruling to regulate emissions from smokestacks, explaining that Obama blows enough smoke for the entire country.
Donald Sterling, super-rich owner of the Clippers, is being called on to go into hiding because of something he told his girlfriend in private. Does anyone know where his wife asked him to go when she found out he had a girlfriend?
Tomorrow, Obama and company will attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. It will be a star-studded event, populated heavily by A-list celebrities. This makes sense, since Hollywood types make up the core of people with whom the president corresponds.
“The greatest two minutes in sports” is tomorrow!!! Don’t forget to whip up a giant mint julep and tune in to cheer on Intense Holiday.
Teresa Mull is the managing editor of Human Events.