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  1. db commented on Mike Lester 3 months ago

    I’d like to suggest to those who believe that police racism and unjustified use of force by police against blacks are both out of control and huge problems in our society read the link below to the Washington Post. The blogger is a UCLA professor of law, writing about Heather MacDonald, the author of ‘The War on Cops’. Before you dismiss it out of hand, just remember, facts about what is actually happening can be a real threat to your prejudices and preconceived notions.


  2. db commented on Mike Lester 5 months ago

    Agreed, DGF999! But also follow the money (Clinton Foundation, et al) – that is where the real corruption has taken place (most recently). The emails are the tip of the iceberg. Hill and Bill for Prison 2016!

  3. db commented on Michael Ramirez about 1 year ago

    The only thing she’s sorry about is that she got caught.

  4. db commented on Michael Ramirez almost 2 years ago

    I don’t fault Sony. What would you do if you were running Sony and under total assault by a foreign nation? Sony doesn’t have the ability to resist something like that. North Korea has launched an attack against the U.S. by attacking a company and its employees inside the U.S. The terrible precedent is that the U.S. is not responding to an attack against citizens and a business located on the sovereign soil of the U.S. The U.S. should respond forcefully to defend us against foreign attack. Where is the response?

  5. db commented on Steve Kelley over 2 years ago

    They have discretion over how to enforce the laws. They do not have discretion if laws get enforced. There is a difference.

    And, no, the IRS did not treat liberal groups the same as conservative groups. The IRS did not limit the right to political participation and free speech of liberal groups – but they did just that to many conservative groups. The IRS scandal is as bad as Watergate in terms of its seriousness. The obstruction of a real investigation by the White House (through the “Justice” Department) makes me suspicious of them just like Nixon’s did back then. Yes, I was around then and have followed both very closely.

    Does it matter to you that Americans had their political participation limited and interfered with by a government agency with vast enforcement powers? It should, because it could happen to anyone now that the precedent has been set. Does it matter to you that an election could have been interfered with and the results distorted or altered? It should. Does it matter to you that the White House is stonewalling any real investigation? First Obama says it is a scandal, completely unacceptable, and that he’ll get to the bottom of it. Then 8 months later nothing is happening because his “Justice” and Treasury Departments will not do a real and impartial investigation.

    I wonder what would happen if a Republican president did something like this? I wonder if we will ever again have a news media with the intellectual and personal integrity to set aside their personal prejudices and political preferences and do their jobs?

  6. db commented on Michael Ramirez over 2 years ago

    Ramierz nailed this one!

    Obama has revealed himself to world leaders as completely disengaged from international affairs. That’s probably because he believes – not thinks, and there is a difference – that the world is worse when the U.S. is engaged and assertive in foreign affairs and trying to stop the advance of totalitarian dictatorships like Iran, Syria, Russia…

    He says he’s worried about a nuclear bomb going off in Manhatten. However, he is doing nothing to effectively and actually stop the leading terror regime in the world (Iran, in case you don’t know) from getting the bomb. If or when Iran gets the bomb, Saudi Arabia and others in the middle east will quickly get the bomb themselves. Yeah, that’ll make the world and U.S. much safer.

    Obama is utterly incompetent and unqualified to be president, and the U.S. will pay a heavy price for it.

  7. db commented on Pat Oliphant about 3 years ago

    Yeah, led by El Presidente Obama.

  8. db commented on Pat Oliphant over 3 years ago

    Checked the annual budget numbers, and even with a full $85 billion in cuts, this year’s spending will still be more than 2011 spending. They need to cut more and keep cutting.

  9. db commented on Zack Hill over 3 years ago

    and probably some fleas, too, based on the recent company he kept and the living quarters – time for a bath, Cagney!

  10. db commented on Zack Hill over 3 years ago

    good comment cd!