"I never imagined that his response would be a straight-out falsehood."
I can't even figure out a way to make fun of that.
Cortney O'Brien, Town Hall: "Texas Gov Bars Planned Parenthood From State Cancer Screening Program...All the good pro-life news seems to be coming from Texas lately. While Planned Parenthood supporters can’t fathom why the governor would be so cruel as to bar the organization from a program that provides health screenings to women, the necessity to do so comes down to one word: abortion"
Katie Pavlich, Town Hall: "US Under Highest Level of Threat...Ever"
David Limbaugh, Town Hall: "Of all the annoying things President Obama does, one of the worst is his hectoring Republicans and conservatives for their partisanship when he is the quintessential divisive partisan."
Ken Blackwell, Town Hall: "The Impending Collision of Obama’s Failures...Like two speeding trains heading toward the same collapsed bridge, the dangers and failures of Barack Obamas foreign, economic, and social policies are heading rapidly toward implosion."
Mark Nuckols, Town Hall: Tarring Conservatives With The Brush of "Domestic Terrorism"...There is already a rush to call Dylann Roofs murder of nine black churchgoers in Charleston an act of domestic terrorism. This is a deliberate political strategy, intended by its ultra-liberal authors to transform this terrible tragedy into an indictment of American conservatism"
"How is Dylann Roof’s insane act of multiple murder different from (examples of Islamic terrorism)? Well, to go back to the legal definition, the PLO and al-Qaeda operations were carried out in furtherance of clearly articulated political objectives."
Nicholas Ballasy, PJ Media: "Fiorina: ‘We’d Better Have a Nominee Not Afraid to Throw Punches All Night Long’
Bridget Johnson, PJ Media: "Unite to Demand Confederate Flag Come Down...Governor says while not all who display the flag are racist, fact that it "causes pain to so many" is enough to move it."
Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: "Statues of Confederate Generals Vandalized in Texas"
Ed Lasky, American Thinker: " Barack Obama is a master of trading future calamity for temporary gratification. As is true of most addicts...He doesn’t seem to even care about the future world he will be leaving behind."
Selwyn Duke, American Thinker: "Keep the Confederate Flag Flying...What currently exists is an emotionally charged environment, and, as a rule, that’s the worst possible time to make decisions"
"And make no mistake about it, the current drumbeat to hang the flag is the mob’s handiwork..."
"In this, these “conservatives” side with Barack Obama"
Ann Coulter, Town Hall: "Thank God it's extremely rare for whites to target black people for attack."
Derek Hunter, Town Hall: "Never ones to let a good crisis go to waste, Democrats made overtures on gun control. But after being unable to articulate a single proposed law that wouldve prevented the attack, they moved to plan B: the Confederate battle flag."
Leon H. Wolf, Red State: "For all the liberal bloviating about the new direction of SCOTUS under CJ Roberts, today’s opinion in King v. Burwell demonstrates that essentially, nothing has changed. The court is still forced into feckless pragmatism whenever a conservative principle is at stake, but is perfectly willing to venture beyond the expressed will of Congress in order to advance liberal agenda items on their own initiative."
Bridget Johnson, PJ Media: "GOP Vows to Keep at Obamacare Repeals, Make It 2016 Issue"
Roger L. Simon, PJ Media: "90% of the Racism in America Comes from the Democratic Party and the Left. My conclusion is inescapable."
Tom Harris, PJ Media: "The Pope’s Climate Letter Urges ‘Dialogue with Everyone,’ So Why Did Vatican Single Out and Harass Us?"
Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: "Breaking: House Republicans Considering IMPEACHMENT of Partisan IRS Commissioner"
Cliff Kincaid, Renew America: "A Russian link to the Charleston massacre?"
World Net Daily: "Is the problem 'racism' – or demonic evil? Exclusive: Pat Boone challenges Obama to recognize source of ongoing violence:
Fay Voshell, American Thinker: "conservatives must cry out loudly, Halt! Stop the iconoclastic frenzy. Next, let’s insist on telling history, including the history of the Civil War as it really happened in all its facets. Tell the good, the bad and the ugly history of the South, the North, the East and the West. Tell the truth. Tell it all -- the whole miserable, glorious, mixed up, fascinating and complex mess.
Keep the flags. Keep the statues. Keep the portraits. Teach about them."
"Son, this is a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest. He was brilliant and courageous in battle, but he was brutal."
"This park named after Robert E. Lee? Daughter, he was brave and a gentleman who was worshipped by his men, but it is said he was cruel to his slaves."
"This portrait of Jefferson Davis, whose statue Mitch McConnell now wants removed from the capitol of Kentucky? Davis, my dear girl, argued against secession, but believed each state had a right to secede from the Union."
"In the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, a number of white southern writers and political leaders worked to construct a favorable history of the old South and the Confederacy. Seeking vindication of the white South in the wake of seemingly crushing defeat, they resurrected pro-white southern imagery and ideology of earlier years. In doing so, these advocates for the white South constructed a “Lost Cause” mythology and memory of the Civil War and white southern history and culture. Specifically, they celebrated the South’s natural beauty and idyllic plantations, supported a white supremacist racial hierarchy in southern society, claimed liberty as a southern principle and the American Revolution as southern heritage, wrapped their sectionalism in a constitutional theory of state sovereignty, and nostalgically glorified the southern past. In pushing these ideas, these postwar “Lost Causers,” such as former Confederate president Jefferson Davis and the then-famous Virginia journalist Edward Pollard-whose 1866 book, The Lost Cause, probably coined the phrase with its title-picked up where earlier white southern advocates had left off, working to construct a public memory that would sustain earlier white southern advocates’ vision of an ideal South and white southerners."
"Many people have made the point that, for all their alleged disdain for “revisionist” history, those who hold to a “Southern” view of the war are themselves embracing an explicitly revisionist historical narrative. It’s a narrative that was carefully crafted in the decades following the Civil War to exonerate the Confederate cause, depict Southern leaders in the most flattering and noble way possible, and to undermine or denigrate the Union effort to highlight the contrast. This effort, which lies at the core of the Lost Cause, probably reached its zenith in the second decade of the 20th century. But with a few concessions to modern sensibilities — e.g., “faithful slaves” have now become “black Confederate soldiers” — the narrative remains largely as it was a century ago, and is held dear by many. But great longevity doesn’t make a revisionist narrative any less revisionist."
"The new constitution (of the Confederacy) has put at rest, forever, all the agitating questions relating to our peculiar institution African slavery as it exists amongst us the proper status of the negro in our form of civilization. This was the immediate cause of the late rupture and present revolution...The prevailing ideas entertained by (Thomas Jefferson) and most of the leading statesmen at the time of the formation of the old constitution, were that the enslavement of the African was in violation of the laws of nature; that it was wrong in principle, socially, morally, and politically. It was an evil they knew not well how to deal with, but the general opinion of the men of that day was that, somehow or other in the order of Providence, the institution would be evanescent and pass away...Those ideas, however, were fundamentally wrong. They rested upon the assumption of the equality of races. This was an error. It was a sandy foundation, and the government built upon it fell when the “storm came and the wind blew.”
Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea; its foundations are laid, its corner- stone rests, upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery subordination to the superior race is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth."
"Like a Typical Leftist...Mass murdered Dylann Storm Root is sounding more and more like a typical disgruntled leftist."
"this is part of who we are."