While appearing on CNN Monday, Shapiro let it be known that Israel has suffered in the court of public opinion, thanks to outlets like CNN.
A picture retweeted by Adam Milstein, a Twitter user who describes himself as a “proud Israeli-American Community Activist” from Southern California, clearly displays the Satanic evil that is Hamas. In the picture, two young children are being hung up on a fence and positioned so as to prevent the building from being attacked by the IDF. Of coure, you’ll never see this in the so-called “mainstream media.”
Dermer destroyed CNN for not reporting that the U.N. Secretary General warned that Hamas is using U.N. schools as bases for rocket attacks.
On Sunday, Israeli Economic Minister Naftali Bennett schooled a Sky News anchor about the Israeli incursion into Gaza. Predictably, the biased anchor spent the entire segment arguing about “proportionality.”
Bennett, however, didn’t back down and schooled the clueless interviewer, who, while claiming to support Israel’s right to defend itself, was clearly ignorant about the notion that all of this is Hamas’ fault.
This is a prime example of what I call the Democrat-media complex, the propaganda machine that wants you to think they’re giving you “news” when in fact, they distort and twist everything so bad that up is down and evil is good.
That was the case with a disgusting video created by a Washington Post cartoonist for its YouTube channel. In it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is shown punching a baby in the face.
It’s a question that needs an answer. On Friday, I reported here that Jonathan Turley — a LIBERAL Constitutional law professor — warned Congress that Obama is set to become a government all unto himself if Congress doesn’t take action. In short, he is working to become a dictator right before our very eyes. And Democrats are cheering him on.
It’s only the umpteenth warning we’ve been given, and still, Republicans sit on their collective thumbs doing what, exactly? Where are the articles of impeachment? Where is the legislation undoing Obama’s executive actions? So far, all we’ve heard is a lot of sound and fury, but we’ve seen no action at all.
We have all been to college; we all know the drill. You play by the rules, or you pack your bags. You get caught using — or worse yet selling — drugs on campus, and you’re out. Steal tests or test answers, and you’re shown the exit. Marry somebody the same sex as you, and you can kiss your degree goodbye.
Let’s back up and have a closer look at that last offense, shall we? You read it right. Religion News Service reports that Christian Minard, 22, a student until recently at Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, Okla., was expelled after school administrators became aware of her marriage to another woman.
But it seems CNN isn’t aware of that basic fact, for Carol Costello announced — with a straight face, no less — that Mrs. Obama signed a piece of legislation into law.
It’s odd that liberals say they can spot racism in a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but can’t spot it when it comes from one of their own.
Recently, Marie Strumolo Burke, a Democrat running for Mayor of Belleville, New Jersey, was reportedly captured on tape making a vile, racist comment. In the recording, she allegedly expressed concerns her city was becoming a “f*****g n****r town.”
Richard Manning, vice president of public policy and communications for Americans for Limited Government, responded sharply to comments attributed to Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wa., by the Spokesman Review.
According to the Spokesman-Review, McMorris Rodgers told the editorial board “it’s unlikely the Affordable Care Act will be repealed.” That prompted a stinging rebuke from Manning, who predicted the GOP leader would go soft on repeal of Obamacare.