Thursday, September 29, 2016

Ann Coulter: "I love Trump, he's my 'Dear Leader'"

In this interview with Politico's Glenn Thrush, Ann Coulter explains why she is an an enthusiastic, unabashed, unswerving supporter of Donald Trump:

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Two against one, both Hillary and the moderator debated against Trump

Debate moderator, Lester Holt, interrupted Donald Trump 41 times and Hillary Clinton just 7 times.  And, Holt not only interrupted Trump, he actively debated with him.  Ezra Levant discusses one good example of that:

Here's Brent Bozell with a summary of the rest of it:

Monday, September 26, 2016

Climate change and the Big Debate

Will climate change come up as an issue in tonight's big Trump v. Hillary debate?

Take the poll.

Immigration and liberal stupidity

Ann Coulter with Gavin McInnes re "Adios America"
(ignore the video caption, it's not about Trump)

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The Trudeau Liberal record so far

Graeme Gordon summarizes the Liberal's performance to date, and isn't impressed, to say the least. He closes with some advice for our boy PM:
... Justin Trudeau should learn from Oscar Wilde’s sole novel’s protagonist. Dorian Gray appears publicly to be an honourable man of eternal youth, but underlying superficial appearances he is dissolute, lazy, narcissistic, and corrupt. 
... Trudeau still has three more years, possibly many more, to determine his self-portrait–the true picture beneath all the selfies and perfectly-edited photos courtesy of his 24/7 personal photographer. He’d best heed the importance of being earnest and frugal.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

'No Borders' hypocrisy

Victor Davis Hanson, Imagine No Border:
... Among elites, borderlessness has taken its place among the politically correct positions of our age
... the Left continues to cherish the vision of a borderless world as morally superior, a triumph over artificially imposed difference.
... Yet the truth is that borders do not create difference—they reflect it. Elites’ continued attempts to erase borders are both futile and destructive.
Few escape petty hypocrisy when preaching the universal gospel of borderlessness
Barack Obama has caricatured the building of a wall on the U.S. southern border as nonsensical, as if borders are discriminatory and walls never work. ... the [well armed] Secret Service is currently adding five feet to the White House fence—presumably on the retrograde logic that what is inside the White House grounds is different from what is outside. 
In 2011, open-borders advocate Antonio Villaraigosa became the first mayor in Los Angeles history to build a wall around the official mayoral residence. 
“You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world,” Secretary of State John Kerry recently enthused to the graduating class at Northeastern University ... moved his 76-foot luxury yacht from Boston Harbor across the state border to Rhode Island in order to avoid $500,000 in sales taxes and assorted state and local taxes. 
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg offers another case study. The multibillionaire advocates for a fluid southern border and lax immigration enforcement, but he has also stealthily spent $30 million to buy up four homes surrounding his Palo Alto estate. They form a sort of no-man’s-land defense outside his own Maginot Line fence