The week that was

“Anybody will say anything under the influence of madness.”
– Jesco White 

Obama announced this week that he will be granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, himself included. Congress, meanwhile, sided with the president and voted to deny the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Millions of job-takers were given preference to a million job-maker.

The Grubergate scandal continues to wage as videos of the Obamacare architect revealing the administration’s schemes continue to emerge. Let’s hope the American people remember this and in time for a Grubernational election.

Half of the United States is covered in snow. Obama has given up the cause of climate change in order to focus on political climate change.

Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri are still protesting? Or protesting again, anyway. The indictment of Darren Wilson is expected any day. Gun sales in the town are through the roof, as are arrests and violence. And they wonder why policemen like Wilson are scared for their lives…

Congress is enjoying its Lame Duck session before Turkey Day, though the Capitol building is currently devoid of many loud quacks.

Bill Cosby is in a bad way. A bunch of women are accusing him of sexual assault and rape. No one really knows what took them so long to make these accusations, but it’s probably George W. Bush’s fault.

Teresa Mull is managing editor of Human Events.