Since France is supposed to have better medical care than the US, why did John Kerry bother to come back to the U.S. for treatment of his broken leg?
What fantasy world is President Obama living in where (as he stated) his administration has restored the United States as the “the most respected country on earth”?
Don’t ongoing hostilities make President Obama’s claim of having ended “two wars” (simply by declaring them over) an obvious farce?
With more people now than at any time since 2001 having an unfavorable opinion of Hillary, is it really a lock for her to be the Democrat’s 2016 presidential candidate?
Will reporters ever get tired of Hillary refusing to answer questions and turn against her?
Is it really a surprise, after Mayor Rawlings-Blake sided against the police, that Baltimore’s homicide rate for May is the worst it has been in 40 years?
How much longer can the media and progressives ignore the connection between Democrat-controlled cities, poverty, and economic failure?
What does Al Sharpton hold over MSNBC’s head in order to keep his pathetically low-rated show, “Politics Nation”, from being cancelled? (Why does Sharpton even have a TV show?)
Since several of the world’s most polluting countries are doing nothing to curb pollution (such as China), shouldn’t we be using our resources preparing to survive what many believe is inevitable global warming rather than futilely trying to stop it?
With dozens of health insurers selling plans under Obamacare requesting premium hikes of 20-30%, isn’t it time for all to admit that Obama lied about costs as well as keeping our doctors and plans?
This time around, will Democrats flip-flop and say that experience is necessary in a presidential candidate?
Are there any new TV series coming that won’t have a gay character? Is that even allowed?
David J. Hentosh
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