PJ Lifestyle ^ | 2-6-2014 | Leslie Loftis
Posted on Sunday, February 09, 2014 10:06:16 AM by Sir Napsalot
This week Ann Coulter “defended” Chris Christie. The governor is not a bully, as the papers suggest; he is only a weak-willed politician:
(Col Sellin) ~ Amnesty: Politicians Put Their Mouth Where Their Money Is, by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD…Family Security Matters
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Amnesty: Politicians Put Their Mouth Where Their Money Is
by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD February 7, 2014
News Flash – Republicans and Democrats do not work for the American people.
For the most part, the US government is a racket, a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem that may not exist, would not be affected if it did exist, or only exists due to the actions of government itself.
American politicians exploit the racket to run a swindle, taking money or property from someone by using lies or tricks.
One could successfully argue that many of those operating within our present political environment are in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-1968) enacted into law on October 15, 1970.
In general, Republicans and Democrats con voters into giving them the power to use the voters’ own money (taxes) for the purpose of rewarding themselves and the wealthy donors, who fund their political campaigns and provide them with post-government employment.
PopModal Videos ^ | September 9, 2013 | Jeffers Dodge
Posted on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 7:04:05 AM by PopModal
Are you ready for another Ann Coulter media blitz? Stay Tuned at PopModal Videos.
DrewsMusing ^ | 08.13.13
Posted on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 8:32:18 AM by Perdogg
Yes, Cruz’s story is a little unique but it’s not even remotely complex.
Ann Coulter | May 22, 2013
At first I thought the IRS scandal was leaked to distract from the Benghazi scandal. But that didn’t make sense because the IRS scandal is a more obvious abuse of power than the White House lying about the murder of four Americans in Libya.
Before I had resolved which scandal was distracting from which, we found out the Department of Justice was spying on The Associated Press — not to protect national security, but to prevent the AP from scooping the White House. Then, this week, it broke that the Department of Justice was also spying on Fox News for reasons that remain unexplained.
Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2013 5:39:24 PM by JohnPDuncan
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) appeared on America‘s News room this afternoon and declared: “I’ve got a news flash for those who want to call people names on amnesty – what we have now is de facto amnesty,” Paul shot back. “We have 11 million people here that have been here, some of them for a decade or more. No one is telling them to go home. No one is sending them home.”
Coulter, a Conservative writer often featured as a political pundit on news programs, is known for her abrasive personality and ability to promote her ideals despite extreme opposition. She was once attacked during a speech at a college with a violent hit in the face with a pie. Tonight, her poor choice of a word may cost her some valuable alliances.
While her use of the “r” word, as people politely refer to the term in modern society, probably reflects the way the term was used in everyday society in her formative years; it was commonly used in school and everywhere else in a teasing sort of way until 10 or 15 years ago.