The John Galt Society
It can be discouraging to look around at who's running the show these days and wonder "Where have all
the grown-ups gone?"
Take heart. There are still some people who are not drinking the Kool-aid. Here's where to find them. I would
suggest going down this list every day and printing off the most recent articles you haven't read to read over
Michelle Malkin is a feisty conservative bastion. You loved her book "Unhinged" and you can read her columns here.
Ann posts her new column every Thursday, or you can browse her past columns.
What can you say? It's George Will. Read it.
posts every Friday. Just a good, smart conservative columnist.
If you want someone who gets it just as right, but is easier to read, try
who just posts at random times.
Jonah Goldberg seldom
David Limbaugh carries on the family tradition.
Jewish World Review has all these guys plus lots more good stuff.
Or you can go to radio show sites like
If you'd like you can study
while you wait.
Then there's always
The Drudge Report,
World Net Daily, (which Medved calls World Nut Daily),
National Review Online,
The American Thinker.
For the Lighter Appetite
If you have to read the news, I recommend
The Nose on Your Face, news so fake you'd swear it came from the Mainstream Media.
HT to Sid for the link.
Or there's always
The Onion. (For the benefit of you Obama Supporters,
it's a spoof.)
Dave Barry's Column
Daryl Cagle's Index of Political Cartoons
About half of these cartoonists are liberal (Latin for wrong) but the art is usually good.
(Fantastic, if you're used to the quality of art on this site.)
Another Cagle Index
Townhall Political Cartoons
In case you want cartoons that are well-drawn and don't make your jugular burst.
Or just follow the links above and to the right of this section (you can't have read all my archived articles
already). If you have read all my articles (you need to get out more) go to my
I'm Not Falling For It section.
Above all, try to stay calm. Eventually I may post something again.
The Litter-ature novel is here. I update it regularly--every time
tackles me and sticks her tongue in my ear.
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For those who think . . .
You've heard the phrase "It's a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think." Well today we're going to think about the Obama administration. A lot of these one-liners from late night came from
this web site.
This Benghazi thing, that's not going to go away anytime soon either. The White House has gone from 'change you can believe in' to 'change the story until you believe it.'
While President Obama was in Texas, he told people to "Remember the Alamo . . . and forget about Benghazi."
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Watergate hearings. For those of you too young to remember, back then the administration had an enemies list. They were spying on reporters, and they used the IRS to harass groups they didn't like. Thank God those days are gone forever.
A lot of critics are comparing President Obama to President Richard Nixon, which is unfair. Nixon's unemployment rate was only 5 percent.
This whole IRS thing has become a huge story. They apparently were targeting conservative groups like the tea party. You know it's bad when President Obama says, "Hey, why don't we talk about Benghazi?"
Did you hear about this? The IRS has admitted they were targeting conservative groups. President Obama called it outrageous and said he would immediately have his Benghazi investigators look into it.
I love what IRS commissioner Steve Miller said today about this whole targeting conservative groups thing. He said, 'Mistakes were made, but they were in no way made with a political or partisan motivation.' Yeah, 'Mistakes were made' – try saying THAT during your next IRS audit.
"People always say this to me: 'Hey, Letterman,' they say. 'Why don't you make jokes about Obama?' All right, I'll tell you why. I don't make jokes about him because I don't want the FBI tapping my phone, that's why." –David Letterman
"Some Republicans are saying that due to his current scandals, President Obama should be impeached. In response, Obama laughed and said, 'Two words fellas: President Biden.'" –Conan O'Brien
What difference does it make?!!!
Barack Obama covered up Benghazi. You've known that for certain since the Sunday after the attack. He wants to take your guns. He doesn't understand economics. He's a complete failure at foreign policy. He orchestrated the sequester and it didn't work out for him. Now we find out his IRS targeted his political "enemies."
What does all this change about what we know about him? Barack Obama is not qualified to be President of the United States?
Stop the presses!
I'm begging you
People, people, people . . .
Barack Obama is a community organizer with absolutely no leadership experience. He is a bumbling idiot celebrity, and a socialist. He has no ability to lead a nation. Who hasn't known that since early 2008?
Hillary was absolutely right (did I just throw up in my mouth a little bit?). What difference at this point does it make?!
Nothing Barack Obama says, does, or believes can harm him politically. Nothing he says, does, or believes can cost him any of his support, because—say it with me—nothing he says, does, or believes is what won him his support.
But . . . but . . . but . . . now MSNBC is talking about impeachment. MSNBC.
MSNBC is Barack Obama's political arm. It's his Sinn Fein. If they are talking about impeachment . . .
Here's what I would politely ask of you, my fellow conservatives.
STOP TALKING ABOUT IMPEACHMENT! It makes you sound like a freaking idiot. A complete freaking idiot.
The left knows this—that's why they are trying to lure you into talking about it. Two things: 1) Not going to happen, and 2) Not going to happen.
But talking about it makes you sound petty and vindictive . . . and gullible. Who does falling into that trap that help? Certainly not us.
If you don't understand the dynamics of American politics please—please—don't try to advocate my cause. Leave the heavy thinking to professionals like . . . well . . . like me.
Where have you heard this before?
John Ransom nails it in this column about Obama's broken presidency.
Being president was always easy for Barack Obama.
This is what I'm talking about. This is the Leany Theorem.
That is, it was easy up until the time he actually was elected president. Then things got a little tougher.
You've seen Barack Obama exactly once—in the first debate. That's when someone actually questioned him instead of him being what he is: a celebrity. That's when you saw Barack Obama the actor and not just the character he plays reading a script for a camera. That was his Crispin Glover Letterman moment, where you saw the actor that plays the character you love. That was the one time you saw him when he didn't have a script and had to actually field questions.
It was so much easier for Obama to be president when all he had to do was come up with sunshine words and rosy promises, as opposed to, say, executing unworkable legislation, controlling a suspicious congress, creating policy that gave to the rich in order to secure “some liberty for most;” or following a budget that isn’t even written down on a napkin.
Read the article.
Let's get caught up on our cartoons
Jay Leno says that the White House has revealed its Benghazi strategy: Hope and Change the subject.
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