Mental Problems Diagnosed
- AFP -Â Britain’s Prince Harry, who compared shooting insurgents in Afghanistan to playing video games, “has probably developed a mental problem”, the Taliban said Tuesday.
As President Hussein Obama prepares for his inauguration, Breitbart News sat down with radio talk show host Mark Levin, the bestselling author of the blockbusters Liberty and Tyranny, Ameritopia, Men in Black, and Rescuing Sprite. Levin painted a stark picture of the reality facing the country – the rise of tyranny – but he also offered hope in one word: “fight.”
True cheapness costs more:
COVERAGECOVER-UP: OBAMA SPEECH IGNORES ECONOMY, MEDIA GUSHES ANYWAY MartinÂ Mohammed Bashir Teases Matthews, ‘Did You Get Any Chills, Chris?’, Mic Goes Violently Silent In Response
CNN Host Piers Morganputz:
The Only Civilians Who Need an ‘AR-15 Assault Rifle’ Are Those Who ‘Want to Commit Mass Murder’–The British citizen has been outspoken in his support for stronger gun control measures in the United States, particularly in the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook last month.
Mark Steyn meetsÂ obergropinfuhrer
“Human Rights”, the Â (temporary) new state religion of EUrabia
UK: Our Nation is on Its Knees to the Church of Human Rights—By Peter Hitchens
Human Rights are the State religion of Europe, the unpleasant new country in which we are now trapped. These supposed rights have expelled and replaced Christianity. They have shrunk the human conscience and vastly increased the power of the State.
Reza Aslan, a religious scholar?
“Sharia does not exist because it cannot be pigeon-holed into a single code of Islamic principles and values.”–– Â Â Translation: “I am fooling fewer people than ever, and I am getting desperate.”
Along comes Reza Aslan’s gunsel:
Condoleezzzaaa clueless gets TV gig at CBS
Â The Guns of Obamerica
Its a place where life is cheap and illegal guns are as available as illegal drugs. It’s a series of war zones whose problem is not the supply of guns, but their own social dysfunction. Â Â The Guns of Obamerica
- Alex Haley and ‘Roots': The Lance Armstrong of Literature— Â quoting Alex Haley at an important national occasion is not unlike quoting Lance Armstrong. Because what both men are most famous for is based on brazen fraud.