The Hell That is the Obama White House | RedState

By: David Horowitz (Diary)

Obama Liar Period_226pxLet me begin by acknowledging that this inspirational title is lifted from a tweet by screen actor James Woods. And now I will explicate his tweet.

Every sentient human being whose brain isn’t stuffed with ideological fairy dust can see that Obama is behind every major scandal of his administration from Benghazi to the I.R.S. disgrace. How can one know this? Because the culprits haven’t been fired. Moreover, if they are serial liars like Susan Rice, they’ve actually been promoted to posts where their loyalty to the criminal-in-chief can do America and its citizens even more damage, if that is possible.

A president faced with a scandal created by underlings behind his back would be naturally furious at their misbehavior, and want heads to roll. This didn’t happen in any of these scandals because their point of origin was the White House itself. Promoting the culprits is a way of keeping them quiet.

And what exactly is the I.R.S. scandal about — to take just one case? It’s a plan unprecedented in modern American politics to push the political system towards a one-party state by using the taxing authority of the government to cripple and destroy the political opposition. The administration’s campaign to promote voter fraud by opposing measures to stop it (and defaming them as “racist” is guided by the same intentions and desire.

And why shouldn’t Obama want to destroy the two-party system since he is also in utter contempt of the Constitutional framework, making law illegally, and defying an impotent Congress to stop him? Of course every radical, like Obama, hates the Constitutional framework because, as Madison explained in Federalist #10, it is designed to thwart “the wicked projects” of the left to redistribute income and destroy the free market.

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A birds-eye view of the bird scorching Ivanpah solar electric power plant

Mason I. Bilderberg (MIB):

Where are the environmentalists and animal rights groups?

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

At the start of the weekend, and quite by accident, I found myself aloft and looking directly into the glare of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System. I can tell you that not only does it roast birds in mid-air, it certainly seems to be a hazard to aviation. First, a story today from AP, via my local newspaper. Photos follow.

Emerging desert solar plants scorch birds in midair-Chico Enterprise-Record

There are roughly 300,000 computer-controlled mirrors at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in Primm, Nev. New estimates for the Ivanpah solar plant, an innovative year-old $2.2 billion solar project with Google as a major investor, say thousands of birds are dying yearly, roasted by the concentrated sun rays from the mirrors. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

IVANPAH DRY LAKE (AP) >> Workers at a state-of-the-art solar plant in the Mojave Desert have a name for birds that fly through the plant’s…

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German Health and Safety Chiefs Ban Sandcastles at Beaches

German authorities are banning the building of sandcastles at beaches in case they fall over and injure people or block the path of emergency services.

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The World Is In Chaos, But All Kerry Talks About Is Climate Change –

The World Is In Chaos, But All Kerry Talks About Is Climate Change -

Diplomacy: Great leadership isn’t necessarily about intelligence, expertise or background. It’s more about wisdom and judgment. Based on this, Americans should be very concerned about Secretary of State John Kerry.As the world melts into chaos and threats to the U.S. homeland multiply, America’s top foreign policy official seems bizarrely, even dangerously, fixated on … global warming.

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Wind Power Requires 700 Times as Much Land as Fracking for the Same Amount of Energy

Originally posted on Quixotes Last Stand:

John Hinderaker — Power Line — August 14, 2014

One of the weirder facts of contemporary life is that “environmentalists” generally prefer wind power to fracking. Unless you suffer from an anti-carbon fetish, there is no comparison, as the Telegraph reports:

A wind farm requires 700 times more land to produce the same amount of energy as a fracking site, according to analysis by the energy department’s recently-departed chief scientific advisor. …

Prof MacKay said that a shale gas site uses less land and “creates the least visual intrusion”, compared with a wind farm or solar farm capable of producing the equivalent amount of energy over 25 years.

This is not surprising. Wind power is generally feeble, and intermittent at best. Continue reading here…..

Original article in the Telegraph can be read here…..


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Gov. Rick Perry indicted by grand jury on charges of abuse of power; Conservatives snark

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Texas Gov. Rick Perry was indicted on two felony counts Friday for abuse of power over a threat to veto prosecutors’ funding. The Associated Press reports:

A grand jury indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday for abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption — making the possible 2016 presidential hopeful his state’s first indicted governor in nearly a century.

A special prosecutor spent months calling witnesses and presenting evidence that Perry broke the law when he promised publicly to nix $7.5 million over two years for the public integrity unit, which is run by Travis County District Rosemary Lehmberg’s office.

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Ferguson police stand down; Looters run wild again; Local store owners plead for help: ‘Where the cops at?’

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Ferguson, Mo., police — who had been accused earlier this week of responding to rioters in an overly aggressive manner — decided to back off last night and early this morning. The resultwasentirelypredictable:

Where were the cops during all this?

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Dana Milbank: Obama vacations as the world burns – The Washington Post

President Obama must really be teed off.

Hillary Rodham Clinton, his once-loyal secretary of state and his likeliest successor, has gone rogue, criticizing his foreign policy as too timid.

Obama responded with not one but two rounds of golf.

Clinton, in an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg published by the Atlantic over the weekend, offered a withering comment on the Obama doctrine, described in shorthand by White House officials as “don’t do stupid s—.” Said Clinton: “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle.”

As the criticism became public, Obama was doggedly sticking with his plans to go on vacation — a decision that, if not in the category of stupid stuff, could fit under the heading of “tone deafness.”

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‘Classic': James O’Keefe shows how easy it is to cross from Mexico to US [video]

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Want to know exactly how easy it can be to cross parts of the border? Conservative filmmaker and activist James O’Keefe showed that the crossing from Mexico to the U.S. can be as simple as walking through some shallow water and making it to the nearest highway without being challenged by border security. For added effect, O’Keefe also crossed the Rio Grande dressed as Osama bin Laden:

Paging Harry Reid.



‘NAILS them AGAIN’! James O’Keefe exposes Susan Sarandon’s enviro-hypocrisy

James O’Keefe teases Part 2 of sting…

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‘Astounding': Flashbacks shred Obama claim troop withdrawal from Iraq wasn’t his decision

Mason I. Bilderberg (MIB):

The s**head in the white house blames bush for his Iraq decision.

Originally posted on Twitchy:

During his statement on the situation in Iraq before leaving for Martha’s Vineyard, President Obama was asked if he regretted pulling the remaining U.S. troops from Iraq in 2011. An agitated Obama answered that it wasn’t his decision. In other words, “Bush’s fault”:

Obama campaigned on and eventually took credit…

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‘View’ host Rosie O’Donnell on 9/11: I ‘do not believe the official story’

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Rosie O’Donnell is returning to co-host ABC’s “The View,” and it looks like she’s bringing some old baggage with her. Newsbusters’ Scott Whitlock reached out to O’Donnell on Twitter to see if her 9/11 truther conspiracy beliefs were still intact. O’Donnell responded, saying she still has her doubts about the “official” story.

As Whitlock reports on Newsbusters:

O’Donnell left The View in 2007 after battling with conservative Elisabeth Hasselbeck. On March 29, 2007, she promoted trutherism, saying of September 11th: “I do believe it is…

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Will Lie For Food

hillary will lie for food

Don’t mention the Nuclear Option to Greens

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

Greens want every possible intervention except one which “solves” their useful crisis

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

‘Drill Bit Dana’ has been at it again, trying to claim that we don’t “accept the science”, because we are ideologically opposed to their solution – massive government intervention.

guardian_convinceThere is just one problem with this argument – its an utter falsehood. The reason its a falsehood, is massive government intervention is not the only, or by any measure the best, route to reducing CO2 emissions. Most skeptics are supporters of power generation solutions which would, as a byproduct, significantly reduce CO2 emissions.

We have no reason to reject alarmist science, other than we think it is wrong. 

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Ugly: MSNBC host wants ‘reducation’ for ‘climate deniers’

Mason I. Bilderberg (MIB):

Read the poll question.

Ah, yes. Now the left wants reeducation classes for those who disagree with them. MessNBC dipping their toes in some Soviet style discipline for dissenters?

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

Wow. just wow. No wonder MSNBC is tanking in ratings. Watch the video:

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Krauthammer excoriates Obama over indifference to Hamas: ‘It’s a bloody war crime!’ – BizPac Review

Historically, American presidents use their press conferences to send bold messages to their domestic and international adversaries, capitalizing on the global attention the event inevitably generates.

However, President Barack Obama’s failure to exploit his Wednesday bully pulpit by reading the riot act to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the bloodthirsty leaders of Hamas earned him the scorn of Fox News Channel’s panel of analysts in no uncertain terms.

Following host Brett Baier’s summary of the president’s blasé responses to reporters’ questions, the four pundits offered their commentaries.

MORE  –  –  – Krauthammer excoriates Obama over indifference to Hamas: ‘It’s a bloody war crime!’ – BizPac Review.

It’s about the Money, Not the Climate – Dr. Rich Swier

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), the Irish poet and dramatist, wrote “Pray don’t talk to me about the weather. Whenever people talk to me about the weather, I always feel quite certain that they mean something else.”


These days, when some world leader or politician speaks of the climate—the weather is what is happening right now wherever you are—they are not talking about sunshine or rain. They are talking about a devilishly obscene way of raising money by claiming that it is humans that are threatening the climate with everything they do, from turning on the lights to driving anywhere.


That’s why “global warming” was invented in the late 1980s as an immense threat to the Earth and to mankind. Never mind that Earth has routinely passed through warmer and cooler cycles for billions of years; much of which occurred before mankind emerged. And never mind that the Earth has been a distinct cooling cycle for the past seventeen years and likely to stay in it for a while. If the history of ice ages is any guide, we could literally be on the cusp of a new one.


If, however, a government can tax the use of energy, it stands to make a lot of money. That is why carbon taxes have been introduced in some nations and why the nearly useless “clean energy” options of wind and solar have been introduced even though they both require the backup of traditional coal, natural gas and nuclear energy plants because they cannot produce electricity if the wind isn’t blowing and the sun is obscured by clouds.


Taxing energy use means taxing “greenhouse gas” emissions; primarily carbon dioxide (C02) so that every ton of it added to the atmosphere by a power plant and any other commercial activity becomes a source of income for the nation. The Australians went through this and rapidly discovered it drove up their cost of electricity and negatively affected their economy so much that they rid themselves of a prime minister and the tax within the past year.

Fortunately, every effort to introduce a carbon tax has been defeated by the U.S. Congress, but that it has shelled out billions for “climate research” over the years.

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‘Your brain is insignificant': Nancy Pelosi refers to Africa as a country; Tweet quietly disappears

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Rest easy, Joe Biden, because House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has your back on this:

Pelosi had to tweet it to find out what was in it, and it was soon deleted:

For a tweet from @NancyPelosi to be deleted, it must be really stupid.

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Speaking of emotionalism and global warming…use of ‘Extreme weather’ as an emotional motivator is up nearly 1000 percent

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

Our previous story showcased a study that linked emotionalism and global warming activism. And so it goes with Network News, using the “if it bleeds it leads” strategy to make people afraid of the weather.

Network Coverage Of ‘Extreme Weather’ Up Nearly 1,000 Percent

Sean Long, Media Research Centerscreen-shot-2010-10-23-at-3-06-20-pm[1]Ten years ago ABC, CBS and NBC barely used the phrase, now they go to extremes despite scientific disagreement.

A “bizarre cold snap” is hitting the U.S. and the media have already begun to draw comparisons to the polar vortex. It is only a matter of time before the networks resume panic over “extreme weather.”

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‘If a Republican said this …': Nancy Pelosi’s birthday wish to Obama raises eyebrows

Originally posted on Twitchy:

As Democrats have reminded everyone on numerous occasions, today is President Obama’s birthday.

Nancy Pelosi joined the “happy birthday” parade today perhaps in a way that would have gotten her in trouble if she were a member of a different party:

Now just imagine if a Republican said that:

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FBI errors throw forensic convictions into question – life – 01 August 2014 – New Scientist

Holding your hands up and saying “we got things wrong” is a difficult thing to do. But that’s exactly what the FBI and US Department of Justice have had to do this week, as the initial results were released of an ongoing review of thousands of criminal cases in which FBI scientists’ testimony may have led to wrongful convictions – including for some people now on death row.

In the 1980s and 1990s, forensic scientists routinely compared hairs under the microscope, looking for physical similarities that might indicate a hair recovered from a crime scene came from a suspect. This still happens today, but it is usually backed up by mitochondrial DNA testing.

Two years ago, the FBI launched an inquiry into 2600 convictions, including 45 death-row cases, from the 1980s and 1990s, looking for instances where FBI analysts may have exceeded the limits of science when presenting their conclusions in court – saying a hair matched to the exclusion of all others, for example, rather than simply saying it looked similar.

This week it was reported that of the 10 per cent of cases reviewed so far, the “vast majority” contained errors. As a result, 136 defendants, including two on death row, will receive letters informing them of their right to DNA testing as a means of proving their innocence. This is in addition to 23 letters that went out last year, including to 14 people on death row.

MORE – – – FBI errors throw forensic convictions into question – life – 01 August 2014 – New Scientist.


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