I just can’t stop posting about the Occupy Wherever protests. Whenever I think they’ve reached the heights of ridiculousness or hypocrisy, they grab a stepladder and go up a few more feet. They’re throwing jazz hands and creepy chanting in New York. In Georgia, they shut down former civil rights leader and Democratic lion Rep. John Lewis. The anti-Semitism that’s never deeply buried in the progressive movement has popped to the surface and the leaders of the “movement”, unsurprisingly, are not what the MSM told us they were.
But, hey, they say they’re the 99 percent, so everything is good. Right?
And now, links!
- Herman Cain seems to have learned not to trust the “gotcha” questions from the MSM. Also, why do white journalists feel the need to lecture a black man about what he should think and say? Related to Cain is this good advice from a Brit who was dead-on about our last election on why we should not settle for “electability”.
- The good news is that we’ve found 100 more guns that our government allowed to go missing. The bad news is that they turned up in the house of a narco-terrorist cartel leader and we have absolutely no idea how many guns are in the hands of his soldiers.
- When Hugo Chavez (who still isn’t dead, darnitall) and the Iranian butcher squad are behind you, you are on the wrong side.
- Whoa! Stacy McCain got the big Chris Muir thumbs-up in today’s Day by Day. I can’t say that I entirely disagree.
- California Representative Tom McClintock recently gave a speech on California, America, and the future that everyone should read today.
- Onboard the USS Carl Vinson! Sounds like it was an excellent experience.
- It’s always a good Sunday when I make Trog’s Automotivator post.
- My friend Zilla needs a ton of help right now. I know I post these quite a bit sometimes (and I’ve delayed my own fundraising attempts because of them), but it’s hard out there and I can’t easily let them pass without trying to send some of you generous folks to where the help is more acutely needed. So, do what you can, please.