Fresh Dispatches From The Culture Wars
October 31st, 2013
Yesterday, I carried out a successful mission to deliver supplies to Mrs. Shuler and make a photographic and video record of the scene where[...]
October 30th, 2013
Please support our Rally.org fundraiser for the Shulers' legal defense fund. Roger Shuler, the Birmingham-area blogger known as Legal Schna[...]
Category Archives: President Barack Obama
Tonight, Mitt Romney proved why he should not be allowed anywhere near the levers of state power. President Obama accurately said his opponent’s shifting positions on global security issues are “all over the map,” but he might have added that … Continue reading
I love having an articulate president.
President Obama has been consistently progressive on transportation and transit issues. He has also championed renewable energy, not just oil and gas drilling. At Mitt Romney’s website, however, the “issues” page says almost nothing about efficiency or renewable energy — … Continue reading
Yes, he said that. First Nerd President.
This will probably never happen. But no one say anything bad, just to make sure.
Take your pick: progress or regress. You can only go in one direction. Win the future! By having one, because there is no future in fossil fuel dependence. The president’s eyes are wide open. Which brings us to the Republican … Continue reading
Breitbart’s recent unveiling of footage showing Obama hugging a man who was a black was only the tip of the iceberg. We here at Political Gunpowder are proud to bring you the exclusive image of Barack Obama’s time commanding the element-zero … Continue reading
Wibbley-wobbley timey-wimey. Mucho thanks to Steve M. for giving me the idea.
“No one man should have all that power.”
Last week, President Obama issued a veto threat against Congressional override of Defense cuts “triggered” by the failure of the so-called “supercommittee.” This week, defense contractors are preparing their investors for lean times ahead: (T)he industry is facing pressure on … Continue reading
If a bill or a law is worth defending even without a provision you wanted, it’s worth defending regardless of why that provision isn’t there. By Magic Love Hose. Talk to him here!