By Thomas DiLorenzoAugust 9, 2014Email PrintFacebookTwitterShareThe tall tales told by the Lincoln cult get funnier and funnier as more and more Americans learn the truth about their own history as opposed to the version fed to them by the Lincoln cult.
This time the source of their knee-slapping whoppers is a hilarious attempt to cover up the fact that their hero apparently read and studied a white supremacist screed.A recent article that appeared in the Huffington Post, FOX news online, the Daily Mail, and elsewhere described how Lincoln’s handwriting had been
verified by handwriting experts in an 1854 book entitled Types of Mankind. According to these news articles, the book argued that the different races developed at different times, and were therefore not susceptible to co-existing or amalgamation. “The book was used by nineteenth-century white supremacists!,” screamed the articles.
Hillary Clinton running for 2016 president – her biographer
Posted by EU Times on Apr 21st, 2014 // No Comment
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Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating has hit a six-year low.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is already running for president in the next presidential election in 2016, her biographer has revealed.
Huffington Post Terrified by “American Dream” Commercial,,, “The ad is an homage to America’s tradition of hard work – and a slam against European Socialism.”
Huffington Post Terrified by “American Dream” Commercial
Townhall.com ^ | March 7, 2014 | Michael Schaus
Posted on Friday, March 07, 2014 8:50:42 AM by Kaslin
Cadillac came out with a new commercial. And the Huffington Post hated it, so you know it’s pretty awesome.
Is Obama Planning A Communist Coup D’état In 2016?… “Could the Obama administration actually be in bed with the People’s Republic of China? According to details exposed in Western Center for Journalism’s exclusive video, not only could Obama be in bed with the communist Chinese, but Obama may in fact be planning a communist…..” …..
According to a recently released top secret document by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the NSA intercepted phone calls and emails of representatives of a staggering 197 countries during a December 2009 United Nations conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Yet, according to a report by the Huffington Post, the most shocking aspect of the spying was that it appears the Chinese had access to the same information as the NSA!
It appears the NSA was actually sharing information with the Chinese!
Elizabeth Warren: Allow Post Office to Offer Checking Accounts, Small Loans
Breibart – Big Government ^ | 2-2-2014 | Jeffrey Poor
Posted on Sunday, February 02, 2014 3:57:26 PM by Sir Napsalot
In November, the U.S. Postal Service reported it had a $5 billion loss for Fiscal Year 2013, its seventh consecutive year with loss. At the time, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe blamed Congress for the loss, citing an “inflexible business model.”
(Before It\’s News)
by Jim White
Collapse, collapse, collapse… Seems to be a familiar meme these days. It is hard to peruse any alternative news, for any length of time, without learning about the pending collapse event. I, myself, have fallen prey in the past to the hype surrounding the latest “expert” opinion on the direction that this crippled nation is heading, especially the timing of its demise. Here is the conclusion that I have reached about this “inevitable” collapse event.
Barack Obama Is a Terrible Blogger
New York Magazine ^ | 11/5 | Jonathan Chait
Posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 1:14:36 PM by nickcarraway
Not long ago, Barack Obama gave a highly publicized speech in which he disparaged bloggers as a class of people who, along with lobbyists and talk-radio hosts, ought to be ignored.
Just what Obama holds against bloggers was never entirely clear, especially since he is known to occasionally meet with us (or so I have read). Today, Obama has a blog item of his own in the Huffington Post, urging Congress to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. A consideration of its polemical merits makes clear the source of his mysterious resentment of bloggers: rank envy.