Unlike the experts and journalists whose deep study has led them to a sophisticated take on Russia (that flips back and forth with the politics of the moment), my position on Russia has been as unchanged as the Rock of Gibraltar, at least since the end of the Cold War. Coincidentally, it is exactly the
same as my position on Taiwan, Haiti, Uganda, and North Korea.
It is this: Tens of millions of illegals are pouring across our border and must be stopped.
Much of the left’s hate speech bears greater similarity to a psychological disorder than to standard political discourse.
IQ test: Crime, drugs, illegals — flooding into the country. Do you shut down: (a) the border, or (b) the federal government? OK, pencils down.
When your party is controlled by a billionaire rootless international financier who expresses ‘no sense of guilt’ for collaborating with the Nazis, you might want to ease up on lecturing the rest of us about the evil rich.
If we have to slog through another shutdown debate, can we at least define our terms? I.E.: ‘Non-essential government employee’ … is redundant.
When conservative judges strike down laws, it’s because of what’s in the Constitution. When liberal judges strike down laws, it’s because of what’s in The New York Times.
When [liberals boast] that it will be a huge boon to the economy to give amnesty to millions of low-wage workers who won’t pay income taxes but will need a lot of government services, remember: Obamacare was supposed to save money, too.
Guns are our friends because in a country without guns, I’m what’s known as ‘prey.’ All females are.
Liberals: I like it, so taxpayers must subsidize it; I don’t care for it, so it must be banned.
There are a lot of bad Republicans; there are no good Democrats.