The news that Southern-fried rock/rapper Kid Rock will be running for some timeserving Dem hack’s Senate seat in Michigan should make every normal American smile and spill a 40 to his homies. The future Senator Rock deserves your eager support for two critical reasons: First, it will drive the liberals insane. Second, it will make George Will and the rest of Team Fredocon soil themselves. “Kid Rock? Oh, well I never!” You simpering sissies. I’ll take his nasty stringy mop and torn wife beater over your preferred weasels’ coiffed politician/newscaster hair and Gucci loafers. No, he didn’t go to
i left so many great things behind when I quit the Democrats and now they are all coming over to the GOP: the workers, the rockers, the most outrageous comedians, people who are reluctant about war but fight it themselves if it has to be done, the best clothes, the freest African-Americans. All now coming over to the GOP. I never ever did want prunes n prisms. Just was pro-life, and look, look, everybody is pouring through the door. Trump Did It.
For those that haven´t seen the Kid Rock interview that Dan Rather did, it´s pretty good. I like him because of the way he treats the troops, the way he is generous to Detroit´s poor and because he married Pamela Anderson when she was still hot also kicked Tommy Lee´s butt and wrote a breakup song ´She´s half your age and twice as Hot´. And he´s got screw you money - won´t be like the rinos you can buy cheap and non-pc crap that would sink many will be a vote getter for KR. He´s the right man for the job in these upside down times. We need an American BadAss.
FTA: No, we’re past voting for the ideology. Now we’re ready to vote for the id.
That´s one of the best, and truest, two sentence passages written in the past two years. It explains the ascendancy of Trump and the coming election of legislators who will work with, instead of against, the 45th president. Schlichter has written a bang up column, one worth disseminating. Bravo.
Bridgewater, New Jersey (CNN)President Donald Trump on Thursday denounced the removal of monuments to Confederate figures as "sad" and "so foolish," days after white supremacists and neo-Nazis took to Charlottesville, Virginia, to violently protest the planned removal of a statue of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. "Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments," Trump said in a series of tweets. "You can´t change history, but you can learn from it." [ad] Trump´s tweets came as he continued to face criticism for comments he
The Nobel Peace Prize winner, who lives in Birmingham, confirmed the news in a tweet congratulating all students getting their results on Thursday. She will be studying philosophy, politics and economics at Lady Margaret Hall. The 20-year-old was nearly killed by the Taliban in Pakistan for campaigning for girls´ rights to education in 2012. In March, she revealed she had received an offer to study the three subjects at a UK university, on condition of achieving three As in her A-levels. She will be studying the same course at the same college attended by Benazir Bhutto, the former Pakistani
The editor in chief of Breitbart News is a 31-year-old craft beer enthusiast from Los Angeles named Alexander Marlow. Probably starting about here, the official style guide of The New York Times Magazine would have me refer to him as ‘‘Marlow,’’ but this is a story about storytelling — about the stories we choose to tell and the way we tell them; the fictions that we entertain when we claim to write nonfiction — so I’m going to blow past the usual journalistic claptrap and just refer to our subject as Alex, because that’s what everybody who knows him calls
A tree that grows in Brooklyn no longer bears a plaque honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. The 105-year-old marker went south Wednesday, removed from a maple tree planted by Lee in the 1840s — years before his decision to lead the secessionist fight in the Civil War. “For us, it wasn’t a decision that needed more than a minute of thought,” said Bishop Lawrence Provenzano of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. “I think it was the right thing to do, because (the plaque) just being there was offensive to the African-American community.” The tree, planted by Lee
President Trump’s lawyer forwarded an email Wednesday to conservative media outlets and government officials praising Confederate leader Robert E. Lee and comparing him to George Washington, according to a report. John Dowd, who heads the President’s legal team, forwarded an email, with the subject “The Information that Validates President Trump on Charlottesville,” which outlined similarities between the two generals, the New York Times reported. “Both owned slaves. Both rebelled against the ruling government. Both men’s battle tactics are still taught at West Point,” the email reads. “Both saved America. Both were great men, great Americans, and great commanders.” Dowd forwarded the email obtained
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon may not have agreed to do an interview with American Prospect, a left leaning publication, despite the fact the outlet published a piece Wednesday where he was quoted saying, among other things, "the economic war with China is everything." Bannon reportedly called the journalist, Robert Kuttner, after reading one of his columns about how China was profiting from the U.S.-North Korea nuclear brinkmanship. But, according to Axios, Bannon was unaware the conversation about the piece would be turned into an interview. Bannon reportedly called the journalist, Robert Kuttner, after reading one of his
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon opened up in a rare interview published Wednesday by a left-leaning magazine, dismissing some of his enemies in Washington while calling the far-right elements of the Republican party “a collection of clowns.” Bannon, the former executive chair of Breitbart, called a reporter with the magazine The American Prospect. “Ethno-nationalism – it’s losers. It’s a fringe element,” Bannon said. “I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more.” He added, “These guys are a collection of clowns.” In the wide-ranging
Ted Nugent was one of the guest specialists on Fox News Specialists this afternoon, and he rather strongly defended President Trump‘s statement condemning “all violence”: “I’m going to go ahead and say the most controversial thing in the world, and if you find fault with this, you’re brain-dead. All lives matter and we condemn all violence. Those are bad words? Why are those bad words? What planet are you from? We condemn all violence. That’s what President Trump said. And all lives matter. If you don’t agree with that, you’re a racist!” “Violence and hate came from all and
Jennifer Lawrence is apparently trying to take her role in the Hunger Games movies, as a one-woman resistance fighting a totalitarian government, and translate it to the real world. The star took to Facebook on Monday to urge her fans to engage in a real life witch hunt: imploring them to root out Nazis and white supremacists hiding among their friends and neighbors, and post their faces and names on the internet so that they can be publicly shamed. “These are the faces of hate. Look closely and post anyone you find,” Lawrence screeched on social media. “You can´t
A pro-Trump rally dubbed the "Mother of All Rallies" (MOAR) is slated to take place on Washington´s National Mall this September. The Sept. 16 gathering will feature speeches from vocal Trump supporters like Marco Gutierrez, the founder of Latinos for Trump, and Omar Navarro, the Republican who is challenging Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. "Due to increasing political and social unrest, many believe that core American values, customs, and traditions are being sacrificed. Rally participants will demand protection for traditional American culture while they express their love for the United States and the America First agenda," a statement on
Organizers for what is being billed as a free speech demonstration have received a permit from the city of Boston for a rally Saturday, even after being told by the city´s Democratic mayor that he does not want them there. "I didn´t want them to get a permit, quite honestly, but we also believe in free speech in our country," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told reporters Wednesday. In the aftermath of the violent rally in Charlottesville, Va. that claimed the life of a 32-year-old woman, Walsh said he was adamantly opposed to the group holding a demonstration in his city.
A Jewish member of President Trump´s Cabinet says he was with the president last weekend as violent clashes broke out between neo-Nazis and anti-racism activists in Charlottesville, Va., and that Trump was "upset" at the violence. "I was with President Trump on Saturday as these events were unfolding," Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin told reporters. "He was upset, he was outraged, he wanted to make sure that he had the facts before he went out there." Trump´s initial statement condemned the violence on "many sides," which led to criticism that he didn´t adequately single out the white nationalist
Fox News´s Kat Timpf slammed President Trump on Tuesday for his "disgusting" press conference in which he again blamed "both sides" for the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, stepping back from his direct condemnation of white supremacist groups a day earlier. "It was one of the biggest messes I’ve ever seen. I can’t believe it happened," said Timpf, a co-host of “The Fox News Specialists.” “It is honestly crazy for me to have to comment on this right now because I’m still in the phase where I am wondering if it was actually real life —
A crowd of ignorant protesters pulled down a bronze Confederate statue that stood before a county government building in Durham, North Carolina — the angry national backlash to the Charlottesville brouhaha over the Robert E. Lee monument. This is not how civil societies operate. And yet this is what the left has brought, and now cheers. What’s next — burning books with offensive content? Burning books written by those who used to own slaves? At the very least, museums will have to go. The problem with revising history based on a standard of “feeling offensive” — as this anti-Confederate craze is rooted — is that someone,
President Trump should have left well enough alone. His Monday denunciation of costumed sheet-wearers and Nazi wanna-bes could have cleared the way for Americans of all stripes to focus their outrage on things that matter more than presidential words. That would be the violence that is infecting our politics and the frightening acceptance of it as the new normal. But Trump’s defiance yesterday is sure to keep the media pot boiling over his rhetoric instead of an ominous reality. Namely, that real protestors don’t carry baseball bats, crowbars and mace. Yet Saturday’s bloody clash in Charlottesville showed that many on
Former presidential candidate and current Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich may be moving closer to mounting a primary challenge against President Trump in the 2020 election. Sources close to Kasich told Willie Geist of the "Today Show" there is growing a sense of "moral imperative" to run against Trump for the Republican nomination in 2020 following his controversial statements on the deadly protest in Charlottesville, Va. (Tweet) Kasich has long been critical of Trump. On Tuesday, Kasich criticized Trump´s Charlottesville comments, saying "there is no moral equivalency to Nazi sympathizers" following Trump´s tumultuous press conference. Kasich, who lost to Trump
Evidence is turning up from, of all places, the Southern Poverty Law Center, as well as Breitbart and others, that this character, Jason Kessler, who organized the suspicious and supposed Alt-Right demonstration in Charlottesville, Va. that blew up in everyone´s face, is a cunning lefty holdover from the Occupy Wall Street movement and a former Barack Obama supporter. I smell Soros money, sabotage, and Democrat dirty tricks here. I´ve been suspicious of the nature of the violence at this supposed Alt-Right demonstration since the news first began breaking. It is no secret that radical elements in the Democrat left have
Mitt Romney fired back at President Trump for saying “both sides” were responsible for violence at a white supremacist rally over the weekend, claiming that the two clashing groups were more “morally different universes.” “No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes,” Romney tweeted Tuesday. (Tweet) Romney was responding to Trump’s comments Tuesday that “both sides” were to blame for the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday. Trump drew fire for saying Saturday that "many sides" were to blame for the violence at the
Some House Democrats renewed calls for Congress to impeach President Trump on Tuesday after he resorted to blaming "both sides´ for a violent rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend organized by white nationalist groups. "POTUS is showing signs of erratic behavior and mental instability that place the country in grave danger," said Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., in a tweet Tuesday night. "Time to invoke the 25th Amendment." (Tweet) Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., also called on Republicans to initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump. "As we once again hear Donald J. Trump defend those responsible for the deadly riot in Charlottesville
Trump ignited a political firestorm yesterday during an impromptu press conference in which he said there was "blame on both sides" for the tragic events that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend. Now, the discovery of a craigslist ad posted last Monday, almost a full week before the Charlottesville protests, is raising new questions over whether paid protesters were sourced by a Los Angeles based "public relations firm specializing in innovative events" to serve as agitators in counterprotests. The ad was posted by a company called "Crowds on Demand" and offered $25 per hour to "actors and photographers"
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has weighed in on the weekend´s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, castigating Donald Trump without naming him. ´We can have no tolerance for an ideology of racial hatred. There are no good neo-nazis,´ McConnell said in a statement. The choice of words, while careful, appeared to push back against Trump´s claim on Tuesday that some ´very fine people´ were among a crowd of white supremacists who rallied in the college town. McConnell´s wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, stood next to Trump on Tuesday as he insisted both sides of the weekend´s clash bore some responsibility for
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina warned President Trump on Wednesday that his “words are dividing Americans, not healing them” in the wake of the bloody clashes in Virginia that has sparked a national conversation about white supremacists and race. Mr. Graham also vowed that Republicans will “fight back against the idea that the party of Lincoln has a welcome mat out for the David Dukes of the world.” “Through his statements yesterday, President Trump took a step backward by again suggesting there is moral equivalency between the white supremacist neo-Nazis and KKK members who attended the Charlottesville rally and people like
CNN host Wolf Blitzer said Thursday there would be questions if the Barcelona terror attack involving a van crashing into a group of people was a "copycat" of what happened in Charlottesville, Va. At least 13 people were killed and more than 50 were injured in Barcelona on Thursday when men rammed their van into a crowd of pedestrians at Las Ramblas, a popular tourism area in the city in northeastern Spain. The attack came five days after a man with white supremacist group ties was arrested for driving his car into a group of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, killing one
As James Bond’s nemesis Auric Goldfinger famously observed, “Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence. The third time is enemy action.” On Tuesday evening, three prominent Republicans — Senator John McCain, Senator Marco Rubio, and 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney — endorsed the left-wing media’s preferred narrative and embraced the masked thugs of Antifa as heroes. McCain and Romney used almost identical language, bending their knees to the media narrative that only two factions were present in Charlottesville during the awful events of last weekend: white supremacist Nazis and “Americans standing up to defy hate and bigotry.”