Meet the future of American diplomacy! (He’ll fit right in…)


I like the irreverent Washington Rebel blog, but unless this post is dripping with more sarcasm than I’m picking up, they missed something.
Yeah, this kid looks harmless (if face-slappingly earnest). But during questioning, I’d become “suspicious” of the “clean cut college guy” too:

The Wyncote native was detained for five hours after Transportation Security Administration screeners [...]

Send A Drone To ACLU Headquarters


Bill O’Reilly joked the other night on “The Factor” that maybe the American Civil Liberties Union deserves a drone visit of its own, after mentioning the ACLU’s latest lawsuit regarding the predator drones being employed in Pakistan.
According to Fox News’ legal expert Kimberly Guilfoyle:
The ACLU wants President Obama to tell them everything in  terms of civilian [...]

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The Anti-American Legal Left


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Established in 1920 by Roger Baldwin (who candidly stated that “Communism [was] the goal” toward which his efforts were directed), the American Civil Liberties Union characterizes itself as America’s “guardian of liberty,” working to “defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United […]

The ACLU’s Latest Attempt to Humiliate America Defeated


The Supreme Court has handed the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) a stunning defeat by reversing a lower Court’s order allowing the release of photographs showing alleged prisoner abuse in Guantanamo Bay. A report yesterday from Democracy Now! highlighted the ACLU’s fight to have the photographs released in order to bolster its argument that [...]

The Left’s War Against the Boy Scouts – by Dennis Prager


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What it teaches us about so-called “progressives.”

Open Letter to Reporter on Detainee Abuse Photos


The Supreme Court issued a ruling Monday permitting the Pentagon to block the release of photos of detainee abuse at the hands of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The court’s ruling was given in accordance with a provision of the Homeland Security funding bill signed Oct. 28 by President Obama.
I anticipated some bleeding heart [...]