Our Race-Baiting Labor Secretary

Thmoas Perez

Thomas Perez does everything in his power to keep alive the notion that America is a racist cesspool.

CIA Director Said Prospect of Caliphate Was “Absurd”


In 2011, CIA Director John Brennan dismissed the threat of “al-Qaeda’s grandiose vision of global domination through a violent Islamic caliphate” as an “absurd … feckless delusion that is never going to happen.” Thus, he explained, “We are not going to elevate these thugs … into something larger than they really are.”

Obama’s World: The President’s Many Radical Allies


An up-close look at the far-left radicals with whom Barack Obama has allied himself throughout his adult life. Taken as a whole, they verify Thomas Sowell’s observation that Obama has “spent decades aiding and abetting people who hate America.”

Scandal in New York


Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office continuously interfered with the work of the Moreland Commission — which Cuomo himself had appointed to root out corruption in NYS politics — whenever the commission focused on groups with ties to Cuomo or on issues that might reflect poorly on him.

Understanding What Makes Hamas Tick


Hamas’s own Founding Charter explicitly calls for the permanent annihilation of Israel and the genocide of the Jews. This principle is non-negotiable.

CIA Director Gets Caught Lying


John Brennan apologizes after it is revealed that the CIA surreptitiously and unlawfully searched files and emails on the computers of Senate Intelligence Committee investigators.

Obama and Israel: A Long, Strained Relationship


Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren said in 2010, “Israel’s ties with the United States are in their worst crisis since 1975 … a crisis of historic proportions.” In 2012, Israeli lawmaker Danny Danon said that Obama had “not been a friend of Israel,” and that the President’s policies had been “catastrophic.”

Another NGO Depicts Israel As “Apartheid” State


The highly influential, Jerusalem-based organization, Betselem, says Israeli transgressions are largely responsible for the conflict with the Palestinians.

Using Failed Policies for Political Advantage


When leftist economic and social policies result in catastrophe, the architects of those policies typically cite the bad conditions as evidence that their programs simply have not been implemented as fully as they need to be. And voters, in turn, are persuaded to vote for more of the same. This phenomenon has a name: “The Curley Effect.”

Equating Capitalism & Social Injustice


Food Not Bombs believes that the principal causes of global poverty and hunger are militarism and capitalism—particularly as practiced by the United States.