Stu Burguiere of the Blaze and side kick of Glenn Beck present a nice little history lesson regarding one of the left’s heroes, progressive icon and 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson. I guess we really weren’t any smarter back then, for until Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton – there has never been a more evil Chief Executive (save for FDR).
by: the Common Constitutionalist
Depending on whom your candidate of choice was, last nights debate on CNBC, was a rousing success.
Oh, it didn’t start out that way – or so I’ve heard. I must admit I missed the first segment or two. Apparently I didn’t miss much. The “moderators” threw out badgering “gotcha” questions and the candidates answered. It wasn’t until my man Ted Cruz brought the house down that the debate got interesting.
It was a galvanizing moment for the GOP candidates, as Cruz came to the rescue of several of his fellow republican hopefuls.
And thanks, in part, to his audiographic memory, he was able, with relative ease I might add, to dismantle the whole of the media and their leftist agenda, as he quoted, in order, all the inane and insulting quips that the leftist plants, posing as moderators, threw out at several of the other candidates. Go back and view it. Better yet – here you go.
Finally, a submarine anyone can operate. It’s called the Deep Flight Dragon. Its actually an underwater quadcopter which holds two passengers.
Ted Cruz says he knows why John (the town crier) Boehner is retiring. Cruz says Boehner has cut a deal with Nancy Pelosi to fund all Barack Obama big spending plans and then get out of town. Actually, not get out of town, being that he’ll just move over to K-Street, to his cushy lobbyist position where he’ll make millions in first year. He is staying until the end of October to see the despicable scheme through.
Riding a bike while looking at a smartphone is not the brightest idea. Now, I’m not a hi-tech guy by any stretch of the imagination, but these “augmented reality” glasses are cool. Chinese tech manufacturer Insenth is offering augmented reality glasses designed specifically for cyclists. Called Senth IN1, they not only let riders place and receive phone calls, but they also let them select music, take photos, navigate, and more, all through a virtual heads-up display.