Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
The vice president was dishonest during the debate.
The desultory vice-presidential debate underscored that, even if there were not a thousand other reasons for denying President Obama a second term, the Libya scandal alone would be reason enough to remove him.
Written by Eliana Benador and Gabriel Benador
by Eliana Benador and Gabriel Benador
Obama incontestably lost the Colorado debate and today will take place the only vice-presidential debate. He knows he’s in deep trouble despite the massive funding he has received from his loyalists.
Written by James Simpson
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Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
Obama’s terrorist chickens are coming home to roost. And while Rice tries to blame the intelligence community on the Benghazi atrocity, agents are telling a different tale that has the ring of truth. Something that our current administration shuns at every available opportunity. Behold the blame ...
Written by Eric Cornett
By Eric Cornett, Right Side News
“I was a three pack of lies per day Hoper,” said an elderly grandmother of six. “Every morning, as soon as I got out of bed and dragged myself to the front door, the first thing I reached for was my newspaper. I’d sit out on the front porch for an hour Hoping.” Her ...
Written by James Simpson
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With every new bit of information surfacing about the “Innocence of Muslims” movie trailer and its shady producer, it is looking more and more like the movie was part of an Islamist provocation, in which the film was produced to provide a pretext for widespread attacks ...
Written by Matt Barber
A French proverb declares: “What is hard to endure is sweet to recall.” I seldom agree with the French, but, as a former professional boxer, I know this to be true.
In 2003 I was fighting Cuban heavyweight Roberto Valdez before thousands at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion. Valdez was big, strong and ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
As they ran past a Japanese tourist, she said, one of the men fired into the woman’s face from a range of about 15 inches.
“They made us get down on our knees,” Ms Dousse said. “And then they started shooting. A man who was very heavy fell on me and the lady behind me also covered me … They shot me ...
Written by Tom Snodgrass, Right Side News
President Obama claims he’ll have “more flexibility” after the election, and he is hoping to get reelected to exercise that flexibility on the coattails of the economic flim-flam of Quantitative Easing Three (QE3). QE3 is “inside the Beltway-speak” for creating inflationary conditions in order to ...