Barack Obama: You Have “No Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy”


CNET was the first to report on prospective tracking of American citizens using cell phone technology, but this week Barack Obama becomes the Dark Knight himself, seizing the opportunity to spy on every American through unfettered access to their cell phone records, physical locations and internet use.
In the movie the Dark Knight, Batman uses cell phone technology to [...]

Media Matters: salt not ‘necessary,’ Reid’s words not racist


It must be embarrassing for a man, when a “stupid” “fat” guy twice your age (who just got out of coronary care) has more stamina than you do.
But apparently that’s the case over at the George Soros Steno Pool, a.k.a. Media Matters.
First, their “Limbaugh Wire” team was so flattened by guest host Mark Steyn they [...]

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Media Matters left speechless by Mark Steyn


I teased Mark Steyn via email yesterday morning, because his guest stint on Hannity wasn’t generating any faux outrage or not-very-withering sarcasm over at the George Soros Steno Pool, a.k.a. Media Matters.
Steyn’s had a busy week, guest-hosting for Hannity on television and then today, sitting in for Rush Limbaugh. For whatever reason, that particular gig [...]

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Andrew C. McCarthy: Alinsky Does Afghanistan, National Review Online


If there is one word that captures President Obama’s much-anticipated Afghanistan speech, it is “cynical.” Yes, the speech was also internally contradictory, counter-historical, and premised on fatally flawed assumptions about Islam and the Afghan people. Cynicism, however, is the defining feature of Obama speeches. This one was no different: from its use of the United […]