I challenge you …

… to watch this video without laughing out loud and clapping your hands!  It’s fabulous!

Victory for Free Speech

Feb 2, 2017:  The 162nd District Court of Texas ruled decisively against Mohammed Mohammed’s defamation lawsuit against Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro.

The court also ordered the father of Ahmed “Clock Boy” Mohammed to pay Shapiro’s attorneys’ fees.

“This is an excellent day for free speech,” Shapiro said. “Using law as warfare is perhaps the most disgusting tactic of politically correct activists across the country, and we couldn’t be more excited to stand up against such frivolous use of our court system.”

Team Trump threw out Obama’s ISIS plans

Three days before the inauguration, Obama’s team handed their ISIS plans over to Team Trump, who put them straight into the circular file.

“They provided the information, but we found huge gaps in it,” a senior Trump official told WaPo. “It was poor staff work.”

Plus, you know, ISIS became a global scourge on Obama’s watch, so yeah.


Good news for coal jobs

Feb 2, 2017: Under Obama’s watch, the coal industry lost 83,000 jobs and 400 companies went out of business.  Today, Senate Republicans moved to undo one of Obama’s job-killing regulations. It will go into effect as soon as President Trump signs it.


Filed under Barack Obama, Ben Shapiro, Clock Boy, Donald Trump, First Amendment, ISIS, U.S. Senate

9 responses to “I challenge you …

  1. hocuspocus13

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  2. chrissythehyphenated

    Since 2011, the majority-Muslim country of Kuwait has had a visa ban on on five of the seven countries named in President Trump’s recent executive order.


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  3. chrissythehyphenated

    Donald J. Trump just released this statement for #CatholicSchoolsWeek!

    “In recognition of National Catholic Schools Week, I want to extend my heartfelt appreciation to all of the dedicated Catholic school administrators, teachers, priests, and support organizations who work tirelessly to build and sustain quality Catholic schools across the Nation.

    “The theme of this year’s National Catholic Schools Week is ‘Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service.’ I appreciate the many ways in which Catholic schools nurture devotion, impart wisdom, and minister to the 2 million students who enter their halls every day. and to the diverse communities they serve.

    “Congratulations for the tremendous work you have done to educate our Nation’s youth each and every day. Your continued and sustained efforts are vital to our success and prosperity as a country.


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  4. chrissythehyphenated

    I’m not going to try to summarize this amazing true story. Just go read it. You’ll be glad you did. 🙂


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  5. chrissythehyphenated

    “You now have a president who really takes seriously the tremendous threat of international terrorism and who is prepared to take steps that are very tough-minded and that are going to inconvenience some people,” said Newt Gingrich.

    “But let’s be clear: The people in the Orlando nightclub who were killed? They were pretty inconvenienced. The people in San Bernardino who were killed at the Christmas party? They were pretty inconvenienced. The people in Berlin who were killed when a truck went into a Christmas market? They were pretty inconvenienced,” he said.

    “I think we have to recognize that we, as a country, have the right to protect our own citizens,” Gingrich added, “and that that is precisely what this aimed at.”


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  6. chrissythehyphenated

    Sore Losers: D.C. Press Flips Out Over Skype Seats at WH Briefings Taking Time from ‘Veteran Journalists’

    Maybe, just maybe, if the “veteran journalists” hadn’t spent the past 8 years throwing softballs at Obama, I’d maybe, just maybe, care.


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  7. chrissythehyphenated

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 54% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-six percent (46%) disapprove.


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  8. Pistol Pete

    The difference is that 39% of the 46% who disapprove are willing to resort to violence to act out their disapproval/frustration/rage.

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