Monthly Archives: June 2017

Piers Morgan’s attempt at smack talking NRO’s Jonah Goldberg goes limp!/piersmorgan/status/199541677826908160

We Brits are a nation of warriors @JonahNRO – everything's a match. But I promise a fair fight tomorrow, and it will be about your book.

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) May 7, 2012

He’s a warrior. Gasping for breath!

As Jonah points out, it’s kind of odd that a reputed journalist considers an interview with a conservative as some kind of battle. Again.

.@piersmorgan Ah Piers. That's part of your problem. You claim to be unbiased, but you considered the interview a "match."

— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) May 7, 2012

And Jonah goes in for the kill.

Not sure why @piersmorgan is so eager for my "A" game when he had so much trouble with my C-game.

— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) May 7, 2012

If Twitter is any indication, “the match” will have Piers in tears. Maybe Twitter will, too.!/Cameron_Gray/status/199547569976782848


Do they read?: Cindy McCain, others blast Beyoncé, Jay-Z for Cuba trip!/CindyhM1/status/320358194352361472


Obama sycophants Beyoncé and Jay-Z celebrated their anniversary with a trip to Cuba.

NEW PIC: Beyoncé & Jay in Cuba…

— BEY Bout That Life (@QueenBKC_4Eva) April 5, 2013

Yes, Cuba.

Some lawmakers are questioning how the trip came about.

REPS: Why Jay-Z, Beyonce granted special permission for Cuba trip?


Florida Reps. @roslehtinen and @mariodb want probe into Beyonce, Jay-Z trip to Cuba, write letter to Office of Foreign Assets Control. >

— Alex Leary (@learyreports) April 6, 2013

U.S. Reps. @roslehtinen & @mariodb want details on Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s trip to Cuba:

— Patricia Mazzei (@PatriciaMazzei) April 6, 2013

Beyonce and Jay Z Cuba trip queried in US Congress……

— SK (@SK_1991_) April 7, 2013

Are you surprised? @jeffrey_phr The super rich have different rules than everyone else.

— Hoyawolf (@hoyawolf) April 6, 2013

Twitter users with a moral compass are disgusted that the trip took place at all. They give the couple the business, and rightly so.

@beyonce @jayz on vacation (celebration) in Cuba. Don’t they know they are helping the Castro regime continue the human rights violations?

— ag. b. (@quixotehamlet) April 4, 2013

Why #Beyoncé ? Why in #Cuba ???? a thug communist regime! #shame on !

— Boris Gómez Úzqueda (@bguzqueda) April 6, 2013

@beyonce in Cuba will she intercede for rapper #AngelYunierRemon imprisoned since March for his critical lyrics of the Castro regime?

— Ninoska Perez C (@NinoskaPerezC) April 5, 2013

As Jay-Zero parties in Havana, Cuban rapper on hunger strike to demand his freedom: Angel Yunier Remon Arzuaga…

— Michael Chavez (@Erudite_Enigma) April 6, 2013

Rep. Ros-Lehtinen slams the couple, too.

But @beyonce and Jayz @s_c_ r having such a good time! MT @timenewsfeed: 7 Cuban ballet dancers defect 2 US, Mexico

— Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (@RosLehtinen) April 5, 2013

Yes, flawlessly overlooking human rights abuses “@eonline: Cannot get over how flawless Beyoncé & Jay-Z look in Cuba

— Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (@RosLehtinen) April 5, 2013

Unjustly imprisoned journalist #CalixtoRamonMartinez declares hunger strike. We must all stand w him in solidarity 4 freedom 4 #Cuba

— Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (@RosLehtinen) April 5, 2013

@roslehtinen @beyonce @s_c_ @timenewsfeed te lo comiste Ileana. what about rappers & Afro-Cubans in prison 4 being critical of regime #Cuba

— Danny Lamas (@DannyLamas) April 5, 2013

.@roslehtinen Congresswoman, I fully agree with your position on Beyonce and Jay Z’s trip to Cuba. Appalling disregard for US policy.

— Todd Schnitt (@toddschnitt) April 6, 2013

Whatevs! “99 Problems” doesn’t include oppression, evidently.

As some1 whose family fled Communism,Jay-Z & Beyonc’s vacation in Cuba is insultng–many still suffering #tcot #p2

— Politics Matter (@Politics_Matter) April 6, 2013

Why would beyonce and jay z go to Cuba for vacation. My family thinks that’s crazy #nevergoingback

— Kathleen (@kct24) April 6, 2013


The disgust continues.

Hey Beyonce and Jay-Z, do us a favor and move to Cuba. Take all of your ignorant, murderous dictator loving friends with you. #stupidcelebs

— Jennifer (@JenKnapp) April 7, 2013

Beyonce and J-Z in Cuba as special guests of murderous dictator while blacks there are still oppressed as second-class citizens. Disgusting.

— Ismael Hernandez (@IsmaelHFV) April 6, 2013

“US$ spent on Cuban tourism directly fund the machinery of oppression that brutally represses the Cuban people.”…

— Anne Sorock (@AnneSorock) April 6, 2013

Rich ignorant laughter RT @karencivil Beyonce & Jay-Z are celebrating their 5th wedding anniversary in Havana, Cuba.…

— Afrocentric Asian (@kevSumner) April 4, 2013

What is wrong with these people? RT @tonykatz Beyonce and Jay-Z in Cuba. To vacation. That’s just ignorant.

— Pope Sparkles (F) (@beautiflywings) April 6, 2013

Beyonce and Jay-Z vacationing in Cuba as guests of the Castro regime? As if I could like those two Obama trolls less. #illegal #unAmerican

— Deb Votes Red (@DebVotesRed) April 6, 2013

@omarkelly maybe the story should be a slap in the face to Cuban Americans as Beyoncé and Jay-Z visit Cuba because they can! Disgusting!!

— Maxine(@maxineb827) April 5, 2013

Beyonce enjoying the luxuries offered in Cuba only to foreigners, which is staffed by the slaves owned by the Cuban regime.

— Anna Teresa Arnold (@HomerWhite) April 6, 2013

Beyonce & Jay-Z bringing communism into the fold by visiting Cuba. Kids, not understanding, will think Cuban regime is good.

— Anna Teresa Arnold (@HomerWhite) April 6, 2013

ENDORSING: Activists slam Beyoncé & Jay-Z for endorsing Castro’s oppressive regime by vacationing in… #tcot

— slone (@slone) April 6, 2013

JayZ & Beyonce spend anniv in Cuba as official guests while that regime beats & arrests black civil rights activists.…

— Jake Bradford (@jake_bradford88) April 5, 2013

Disgusting #jayz and #beyonce spending money in Cuba fueling an oppressive regime that murders it’s people. #DEATHSQUAD

— Willy’s Cigar Blimp (@willyscgarblimp) April 6, 2013

True, they are clueless, but I doubt they care about the torture of people who oppose communism.…

— Torey Dawn (@ToreyDawn) April 7, 2013

And an exit question for President Obama.

Beyonce and Jay Z vacationed in Cuba. So ignorant and insulting. Is Beyonce really still a good role model for you daughters Mr. President?

— Vanessa Alberto (@VALberto614) April 7, 2013

Is she still invited to perform for Michelle Obama’s next birthday? Stay tuned!

‘KASICHMENTUM!’ Guess who’s in last place in the latest Michigan polls


The Hill cites two polls in the article. The first is from the Detroit Free Press which has the race at 29% for Trump with Cruz at 19%, Rubio at 18%, Kasich at 8% and Carson at 7%.A second poll from Fox 2 Detroit/Mitchell Research & Communications has Trump leading with39% of the vote followed by Rubio at 19%, Cruz at 14% and Kasich at 12%.

It was just a few days ago that Kasich’s chief strategist was telling everybody that it was Rubio who was stealing Kasich’s votes:

And that Rubio had “flopped”:

And that race was headed to Kasich’s “home turf”:

Oops. Time to go, governor:

Here’s the latest average of polls from Real Clear Politics, excluding the one from the Detroit Free Press:

17 Of The Most Fabulous Gender Neutral Bathroom Signs

Oh yaaass, unisex.

1. This sign couldn’t care less, it just wants you to get your business over with:

2. This restroom welcomes humans of all shapes, sizes, and forms:

3. This sign is much more than meets the eye:

4. This sign is here to give you a friendly reminder:

With a typo, still badass.

5. This door is an actual work of art:

6. Why not have some whimsical choices when you’ve gotta wee:

7. Look at this small act of rebellion:

8. And this one too:

9. This sign pretty much covers all forms of life:

10. These doors are lovely with their minimal designs:

11. But this musical play on words might be the best yet:

12. Take that back, these are the best:

13. These stick figures are probably (definitely) at a rave:

14. All bathroom signs should be this festive:

15. If this sign is anything, it’s super:

16. And this one just really lays it all out:

17. Why make anyone feel alienated when they gotta go?

Because frankly, if there is one thing we should be “worried” about in the bathroom… it’s shit like this.

Gallup: Record number of Americans believe government is too powerful!/seanagnew/status/382246154018123776

Gallup has released the findings of a new poll:!/GallupNews/status/382244691447537664

Sixty percent of Americans believe the government has too much power. Well, better late than never:!/DRM4GOD/status/382247242641321984

It’s not as if we weren’t warned about this:!/RBPundit/status/382245444916482048

It certainly would’ve been nice had they figured this out before Obama took the throne … but now that the deed is done, what can we do to fight back?!/CuffyMeh/status/382247230108737536

Anyone for tea?

Sharyl Attkisson pledges to ‘keep going on Benghazi as long as there’s a story’!/SharylAttkisson/status/355442541304356864

CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson has been one of the few reporters doing some actual digging into many recent scandals, and one of them is Benghazi. Attkisson’s work just received three Emmy nominations, and one of them is for her reporting on Benghazi.

Tweeters who want to get to the bottom of the Benghazi story offered congratulations, support and encouragement to Attkisson:!/HarrietBaldwin/status/355451160410333186!/realdcm/status/355447044057468929!/Guido1104/status/355455446544424960!/dwaters7545/status/355454067759263747!/New0rleans_Lady/status/355452020498505728!/HarrietBaldwin/status/355451160410333186

Perhaps Attkisson’s next investigation can be to finally get to the bottom of this continually evolving story:!/natlsecuritycnn/status/355429604850274304


O’Malley Rules Out Bid For Mikulski’s Senate Seat

“I am hopeful and confident that very capable public servants with a desire to serve in the Senate will step up as candidates for this important office. I will not be one of them,” the former Maryland governor said in a statement Tuesday.

Patrick Semansky / AP

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley said in a statement Tuesday he will not run for retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski’s seat.

“Senator Mikulski has done an outstanding job representing Maryland in the U.S. Senate for nearly 30 years. I am hopeful and confident that very capable public servants with a desire to serve in the Senate will step up as candidates for this important office. I will not be one of them,” O’Malley said.

On Monday, O’Malley declined to comment on a potential run.

“Today is a day to reflect on Senator Mikulski’s service to the people of Maryland, not engage in political speculation,” O’Malley’s spokesperson, Lis Smith, told BuzzFeed News.

Republicans said Monday that they now view the Maryland open seat as a pickup opportunity in 2016, despite the fact that no Republican has won a Senate race in the state since 1980.

A serious GOP effort in Maryland would require Democrats to spend money in the state they weren’t planning on in 2016.

O’Malley, a two-term Democratic governor with a legacy lauded by progressives, would have been be a strong Democratic candidate in a state with a number of other potential Democratic candidates. But running for Senate would have meant abandoning his uphill bid for his party’s presidential nomination, which as already seen him travel to early primary states and hire staff.

Hard pass: Jane Sanders signs up the usual suspects for her new progressive institute

The Bernie Sanders fans who had no interest in donating to Hillary Clinton’s “Onward Together” racket now have a place they can call their own. Jane Sanders on Wednesday announced the launch of the Sanders Institute to find progressive solutions to economic, environmental, racial, and social justice issues.

What fence? Rep. Jason Chaffetz tours Mexican border!/jasoninthehouse/status/319206225743073280

It was just last week that Arizona Sen. John McCain toured the U.S.-Mexico border, where he watched a woman climb an 18-foot border fence. This week it’s Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s turn to tour the border, but as he illustrated with photos, the “path to citizenship” has handrails, and not all fences are 18 feet high.

On the border near Yuma…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

@jasoninthehouse Wow that’s a pretty secure border fence…NOT!

— Ed(@EDinCali) April 3, 2013

@jasoninthehouse looks like the entrance to Campground USA

—Scott Peters (@ottogo59) April 3, 2013

@jasoninthehouse How many leaps does it take for a US Congressman to leap a ‘high security’ border fence?

— Longbranch Saloon (@Delmonicos_OK) April 3, 2013

@jasoninthehouse What ever happened to the 700 mile double layer border fence?No amnesty Jason! #SHAMNESTY

— Thomas Marchetti (@Ryanexpress77) April 3, 2013

If you think that fence is inadequate, you ain’t seen nothing yet. So, here are some pictures of nothing.

No fence on this part of the border. It is a walkway and stairs.…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

Don’t let McCain see those stairs; the country just can’t afford to be building escalators at the border right now.

No fence. You can walk across the border, with handrails…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

As Chaffetz tweeted, problems at the border aren’t limited to Mexico.

At Eloy ICE detention facility in Arizona. 1,493 inmates, 900+ “OTM”. (Other than Mexican)…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 2, 2013

CBP just apprehended 9 Romanians crossing the border about 3 miles. This is the USA-Mexico border

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013


More from Chaffetz:

Agent patrolling Buttercup Valley on the border…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

Only way for CBP to patrol this part of the border is by ATV.…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

At San Luis I port coming into the US. About 16-20,000 passengers per day…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

Dogs & handlers do detection at border port. No whole body imaging machines, thank goodness. Fan of dogs…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013

Want to find bombs, drugs, currency, etc?DOGS and behavioral profiling. What the TSA should be doing more of…

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 3, 2013