The auction for a private one-hour online “strategy session” with women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke ended two days early because the auctioneer, a charitable website BiddingForGood, deemed some responses to the auction as unacceptably “harassing.” “We had a wonderful opportunity to make Sandra Fluke available for a consulting session with the highest bidder in this auction, but unfortunately, due to a disturbingly high number of harassing responses to this item, we have decided to close the auction two days early,” BiddingForGood said in a special note on the webpage for the auction.(Snip)The winning bidder was apparently RosieR,
Sorry, Sandra -- your fame stems directly from your public proclamation of personal promiscuity, and your pathological presumption that more-prosperous people ought to provide pre-paid prophylactics for protection from the consequences of the slut lifestyle.
Don´t expect to be released from that identity any time soon -- though the pathologically ´progressive´ MSM might oblige you an image adjustment, since you´re such a useful idiot for the Left.
When you were a kid, how many times did you have to burn your hand on the stove before you learned to stop doing it? Not many. It’s the same way you learn to avoid people who cheat, or lie to you. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me. You stay away from them. So why is it so shocking that the Republican party is finally pushing back against the state-run media? They say they’re going to ban CNN and NBC from 2016 presidential debates, because the two moonbat nets are planning to run what
For the first time since the Carter Administration, solar panels are going up on the roof of the White House. It´s part of a mandate towards renewable energy in the federal government, but also a symbolic gesture that the president is plowing ahead with his green energy agenda, regardless of congressional opposition. It´s a policy that EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy affirmed Wednesday at the University of Colorado, Boulder. "He said that he wasn´t going to wait for Congress, but that he had administrative authorities," she said. "It was time to start utilizing those more effectively, in a more concerted way." Marc
Fox TV planned to produce the upcoming NBC miniseries based on the political life of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. That was before the Republican National Committee vowed not to let NBC handle any 2016 presidential primary debates until the network dropped the project. Now, Fox TV is out of the picture, although The Hollywood Reporter says the deal died due to point squabbles, not political fallout. Some within Team NBC may be breathing a sigh of relief over the news, assuming it damaged its chances of bringing the miniseries to the public in the end. The NBC project, first announced
WEST TISBURY - The Obama family headed out for a bike ride at 10:30 this morning at the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest, according to a press pool report. The foursome is riding through the woods toward West Tisbury. Bill Coogan, of West Tisbury and Maine, bicycled up to the president and one of his daughters while they were getting ready to ride. "They both apologized for being in my way which I thought was very courteous of them," said Coogan. Reporters and a small group of people gathered near the West Tisbury School along the bike route saw first
Eight babies met their dads for the first time yesterday when 160 Connecticut National Guardsmen of the 1048th Transportation Company returned home from a 10-month deployment in Afghanistan. Returning Army Specialist Matthew Crudo watched his wife Sarah give birth to their daughter Nora over Skype, and finally got to hold the now 5-month-old yesterday. ´It feels great,´ he told the Hartford Courant. ´It was a long journey to get back here.´Mrs Crudo looked happy to have him back, but said giving birth without her husband physically with her was fine. ´It really was amazing. I have no complaints,´
In a rare occurrence, Vice President Joseph Biden will join President Barack Obama in Scranton for the last stop on the president´s two-day bus tour promoting affordable higher education. "He´s going to join Obama here in the city," Mayor Chris Doherty said. "That´s pretty good, the president and vice president." The president is scheduled to appear next Friday at Lackawanna College, a school spokeswoman and the White House confirmed Friday. The school will be the last stop on a tour that takes Mr. Obama on Thursday to the University of Buffalo in Buffalo, N.Y., and the State University of New
FT. HOOD, Texas — Police officer Kimberly Munley watched in court Friday as a dashboard camera video showed her responding to the mass shooting at this central Texas Army base four years ago. On the courtroom´s flat-screen television monitor, soldiers are seen running across the street in front of her car, apparently fleeing. “I need more units,” a woman´s voice can be heard saying as Munley arrives at a medical processing center and runs from her car as shots sound in the distance. Soon after, Munley, a sergeant, said she confronted the shooter, trading gunfire before she was shot three
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton fired back Friday at what it called the “brazen deceit” of Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), who earlier in the day said the former secretary of State shouted at lawmakers and deliberately lied to them in a private meeting about last year´s deadly strike on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya. Nick Merrill, a Clinton aide, provided the following statement to The Hill on the condition that it be run in its entirety. “Here are the facts: on September 20th, 2012, nine days after the attack - not two as he falsely stated - Secretary
Does New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie represent the future of the Republican Party? At the Republican National Committee’s summer meeting in South Boston, many GOP operatives are hailing him as the party’s savior. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus vows that the GOP will become a national force again — including being competitive in liberal New England. For many establishment Republicans, Mr. Christie holds the key to unlocking the Democrats’ iron grip on the Northeast. He is articulate, aggressive and charismatic. More importantly, polls show that the Republican is heading toward a landslide re-election later this year. His appeal cuts across the
Posh New York hotel workers apparently don’t watch the number one rated nonfiction cable television show of all time. Jase Robertson of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” in New York to promote the show with fellow cast members, recounted Wednesday on “Live with Kelly and Michael” how he was mistaken for a homeless man and kicked out of his hotel. “The first thing that happened to me at the hotel was I got escorted out,” Mr. Robertson said, telling the hosts that it might have been a case of “facial profiling.” “I asked where the bathroom was and he said,
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt.- Born mostly blind in one eye, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., realized early on there were two hobbies he could hope to truly master: target shooting and photography. He checked off the former in college, weighing in as a champion marksman at St. Michael´s in Vermont. But since arriving in Washington in 1975 - and enviously spying former GOP leader Howard Baker snapping pictures during his first meeting with then-President Gerald Ford - he´s become far more recognized as the senator with a camera forever fused to his hand, who "hovers and cranes over" historic events while his
In the months-long public negotiations between Cumulus and conservative radio talkers Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, it was Hannity who finally signaled “Take this job and shove it.” On Friday, sources close to the No. 2 radio talk show and Fox News Channel host made it public that he would not renew his contract with Cumulus to have his show aired throughout the country on their 40 stations. Hannity’s announcement beats Cumulus to the punch. Reports have surfaced in the last few days that Michael Savage would be taking the coveted 3 p.m. ET slot, which follows Rush Limbaugh’s top-rated
Oprah Winfrey and her co-star in Lee Daniels’ The Butler Forest Whitaker appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 Thursday night to promote their film. During the interview, Anderson Cooper asked Winfrey to relate the historical themes of the movie to the modern day struggles for African-Americans, including the Trayvon Martin case. Winfrey said she “loves” the film in light of the discussion on race, because it “brings context” to the conversation. She described how the film begins with a lynching scene and ends with walking into President Obama’s office, showing how much has “happened in the span of one man’s lifetime
Former Obama "body man" Reggie Love spoke with interviewer Jim Newton during a lunch at UCLA´s Luskin School of Public Affairs on July 18, 2013. Highlights of this interview were briefly posted on YouTube Wednesday (August 13) before being removed because the audio embarrassingly noted that Love and Obama played 15 hands of spades during the bulk of the raid on the bin Laden compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Love also commented on the release of Obama´s long-form "birth certificate," as follows:
The Washington Examiner is reporting that Obama "apparently" did not know about the extent of the violence in Egypt until National Security Adviser Susan Rice informed him of it on August 15. CNN´s Jack Tapper reported that the violence that has filled world news outlets for two days and has resulted in hundreds of deaths is just now reaching the president via the individual who infamously blamed Benghazi on a YouTube video. On August 15 Tapper wrote: This morning, the president had a phone call, a principals meeting with Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, Secretary of State John Kerry, and
The former CIA contractor, who is currently in Russia with temporary asylum, handed over an internal audit and other top-secret documents detailing the illegal behaviour. Most of the infractions involved unauthorised surveillance of Americans or foreign intelligence targets in the United States, both of which are restricted by law and executive order, The Washington Post said. They ranged from significant violations of law to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of US emails and telephone calls, it said. The Post said the documents it obtained were part of a trove of materials provided to the paper by Mr Snowden
Sandra Fluke, a former "reproductive justice" advocate at Georgetown Law School, has a new mission: getting more women to run for elective office. In a brief interview on MSNBC Friday morning, Fluke was asked if Republicans are remiss in not asking more women to run for office. "I think there are a variety of concerns about how we get women into office," she responded. "It´s not only about asking women, which is something we need to do -- but also about making sure that the party leadership and those in elected office are looking for women to succeed them." Fluke,
Americans continue to harken to the call of the bodacious, idyllic, post-war, big-finned, fabulous ‘50s. Given a choice of any decade in the century, the public would most want to live in the 1950s, this according to a new YouGov/Economist poll. The 1980s comes in second - with some interesting partisan divides between Republicans and Democrats over the decades. And the numbers: 18 percent of Americans would live in the 1950s if they could go back in time; 20 percent of Republicans and 14 percent of Democrats agree. 15 percent of Americans overall would chose to live in the 1960s;
Ten days after claiming the premeditated lynching of Emmett Till almost 60 years ago was the same thing as George Zimmerman shooting Trayvon Martin in what jurors determined was self-defense, Oprah Winfrey Thursday continued to inject racism into this issue. Appearing on CNN´s Anderson Cooper 360, Winfrey said, "It´s ridiculous to look at that case and not to think that race was involved" (video follows with transcript and commentary): ANDERSON COOPER, HOST: I spoke at length to Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey about the film and about race in America, particularly after the Trayvon Martin case. Here´s part of that interview. (BEGIN
Four West Pensacola juveniles and a 19-year-old attacked a 77-year-old man Monday night, according to an Escambia County Sheriff’s Office news release. Demetrius Wilson, 12, Javontae Wilson, 13, and Keyon Black, 16, are each charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery on a person older than 65 years of age. Alicia Wilson, 15, and Shaknee Golay, 19, are each being charged with aggravated assault on a person older than 65 years of age. The incident happened about 9 p.m. Monday when dispatchers received a report of several teenagers chasing a man with a stick, the news release said. The victim,
An Illinois Republican congressman told constituents at a town hall meeting on Wednesday that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton screamed at a fellow member of Congress two days after a U.S. diplomatic station in Benghazi, Libya was destroyed, merely for saying aloud that the attack was carried out by terrorist groups. [Snip] ´Two days after this attack,´ said Rep. Adam Kinzinger, ´we were in a briefing with Hillary Clinton and she screamed at a member of Congress who’d dare suggest that this was a terrorist attack.´ ´Now we find out that while it was happening, they knew it was a
President George W. Bush’s daughter Barbara said she would like to see Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016. Barbara Bush, 31, called Clinton “unbelievably accomplished” in an upcoming interview with People magazine, saying she wants to see the former first lady mount a campaign. The former Republican president’s daughter said that her respect for Clinton wouldn’t necessarily mean she would vote for the former secretary of state, however.
BOSTON — With 82 days until his likely reelection as governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie laid out his clearest rationale yet Thursday for an almost-certain 2016 presidential campaign: He can win. Speaking privately to Republican leaders here for the party’s summer meeting, he touted his crossover appeal and presented himself as the party’s most electable option to win back the White House in 2016. “We are not a debating society,” Christie said. “We are a political operation that needs to win.” The 41-minute luncheon speech was closed to reporters at Christie’s insistence, sources said, but an attendee at the meeting offered a
WASHINGTON- Haven´t had a raise in a while? Well, neither has your member of Congress. This month, congressional salaries slid to their lowest inflation-adjusted levels since December 1990. When congressional approval ratings are at historic lows, congressional pay - $174,000 for rank-and-file senators and House members - may seem high. But some argue that shrinking paychecks for public service perpetuates a political culture where mostly the rich can afford to serve in office. Members of Congress have to maintain households in two locations, one being Washington, one of the most expensive housing markets in the country even for rentals.