Kathryn Watson of Watchdog.org writes from Alexandria, Virginia:
The police know exactly where my car has been — and when — during the past few months.
They could have the same information — or more — about you.
“It’s 3 a.m. and your children are safe and asleep. But there’s a phone in the White House and it’s ringing. …
It’s Monday and, as usual, I’m mad. Angry. Perturbed. Annoyed. Vexed. Splenetic. Love that last one. Why am I mad? Well, it’s Monday and this is the Obamanation. As simple as that.
Here’s one member of the Obama extended family that so far has been overlooked in this series of articles: Half-sister Auma. As usual, there are mysteries surrounding this Obama, too. One mystery involves when, exactly, Auma was born.
She’s anywhere from a year to three years older than her half-brother Barry Obama. For example, a 2012 TIME Entertainment story about Auma’s recent memoir states that Auma is older than her half-brother Barry “by one year.” Barry, we’re told, was born in August 1961, so Auma must have been born in 1960.
It’s Oscar night and the guerrilla street artist has struck again. This artist deserves an Academy Award:
In a recent Newmax article, there’s audio of an interview with Mark Ndesandjo, Barack Obama’s half-brother by another mother. A partial transcript appears below, of what seems most interesting, at least to me. [emphasis added]
Happy Birthday to our first president, George Washington.
What a contrast there is between Washington and our current president.
It was cold. It was wet. Yet Washington was leading, and not from behind. He was a brave man. Ever in the thick of it. Seemingly unafraid. A leader.
Above is a screen print from a video in a story at The Gateway Pundit. This video was edited out of the film Hating Breitbart, for reasons of length and saliency; but it’s being released now in response to a continuing false attack on the late Andrew Breitbart and James O’Keefe. The Southern Poverty Law Center published an article accusing Breitbart and O’Keefe of “hobnobbing with white nationalists.”
And now an important announcement from Facebook. Gender is a “spectrum,” and so, to accommodate this new reality, a Facebook user can now choose a gender for his or her (or them’s?) Facebook profile other than one of the (bigoted) two “genders” that were “assigned to” the individual at birth. Isn’t that special?
Who was the Assigner, by the way? Is that an inadvertent acknowledgement of The Creator? The Ultimate Umpire?