Chris, did you get the license number? Of the truck that just ran over your sorry racist self, I mean.
Post of the Day
New CBO study: top 40% of earners paid 106.2% of net income taxes collected
Wasn't that our Dear Reader, Barack Hussein Obama (Praise be his name), lecturing us last week on "income inequality" and fairness? In what universe is it fair that 40% of the people who pay income taxes pay for everything, while some people not only pay nothing, but get a check from the productive members of society? The simple fact, one that we have been discussing endlessly on these pages and on The Teri O'Brien Show for years, is that Obama's "transformation" of America is all about wealth and income redistribution.
Blog of the Day
From Illinois Review: "The Illinois Conservatives started as just a Facebook group in 2008, founded by then-18-year-old Zach Oltmanns, to act as a forum for conservatives across the state to discuss various races and policies. Five years later, the Facebook group still exists and operates with the same function, but it has ballooned in membership to more than 3,000. The group’s leadership team also endorsed numerous candidates in the 2010 and 2012 election cycles, with Oltmanns and others lending a hand to candidates and speaking on behalf of the group at events around the state. Now, the group that started online with heavy youth involvement, is taking another, major step forward. The Illinois Conservatives group announced Monday it is becoming a state PAC, effective immediately, in order to better help conservative candidates in statewide races with grassroots support. "
Video of the Day
From the Western Journalism Center: "During a town hall meeting, Democrat Rep. Ann Kuster fielded foreign policy questions from a number of constituents. When she addressed a question regarding Benghazi, however, her lack of preparedness was palpable. She read a question pertaining to House Resolution 36, which advocates for the formation of a special committee to investigate the attack and subsequent response by American officials. Despite reading aloud the fact that this resolution originated in her congressional chamber, Kuster responded to the question by claiming it is “a Senate thing” and that she does not believe “we have anything about that in the House.”