The week that was
“If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”
– Ronald Reagan
The Europeans are finally figuring out that liberal socialism doesn’t work, and they’re beginning to elect more conservative leaders in France and the U.K. Maybe they’ll come over to America and save us from the Communists. A little payback?
Speaking of WWI and II, Obama has declared that he will hold those responsible for the miserable failures of our VA hospitals accountable. It’s a good thing for everyone that Obama wasn’t in charge of holding the Führer accountable 75 some years ago.
The White House just announced that while the attacks in Benghazi were still going on, the administration reached out to ‘U-Tube’ to solve the problem. We shouldn’t be surprised. It was probably just the dawn of their Hashtag Diplomacy efforts.
Why isn’t the State Department contacting ‘U-Tube’ and asking them what to do about the pregnant woman in Sudan who is locked in chains and sentenced to death for marrying an American Christian man? They’re probably too busy seeking more environmental impact statements on Keystone.
Reacting to the Donald Sterling fiasco, Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, admitted that if he saw “a black kid in a hoodie and it’s late at night, I’m walking to the other side of the street.” He then issued an apology to Trayvon Martin’s family, forgetting the fact that George Zimmerman was found innocent.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in rehab, and the DailyMail has pictures of it! He’s wearing a UT Longhorns jacket?! Maybe because Texas is the only safe place nowdays…
Teresa Mull is the managing editor of Human Events.