How about a Memorial for the Victims of Enterovirus?

Originally posted at American Thinker. It’s always nice to reminisce about Barack Obama’s many selective responses to tragedies over the years. When Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords and 18 other innocent Americans were shot in a Tucson, Arizona shopping mall parking lot, six of whom died, Barack Obama rushed to Giffords’s …

Barack Obama’s ‘Broad Brush’ U.N. Speech

Originally posted at American Thinker. Again, Barack Obama graced the United Nations podium with his presence. In a speech long on rhetoric and short on reality, the president shared with the General Assembly his view of the world. The only thing missing was Yusuf Islam, aka Cat Stevens, softly accompanying …

Will There Be an ObamaCare Victims’ Memorial?

Originally posted at American Thinker. So Barack Obama, American firebomber extraordinaire, feels he’s “been burned.”  But if truth be told, it is he who has never had his “feet held to the fire” for the multitude of untruths he’s perpetrated on the entire country — let alone the world. Even the …

Obama’s ‘Saving Even One Child’ Policy Falls Short

Now, after hearing Kathleen Sebelius make the cold comment that “someone lives and someone dies” in response to questions about why she refuses to intervene in the Sara Murnaghan emergency lung transplant case, it’s clear that anti-gun political pragmatism is at the root of concern over the saving of some lives and not others.

Election Year Civility: Obama’s Tucson Memorial vs. Trayvon Martin Reactions

The Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case has left a young man dead, an accused shooter hiding from an angry mob of bloodthirsty vigilantes, and has caused the nation to be sharply divided again by racial tension. But above all, what the Trayvon Martin tragedy has done is reveal to America that every word uttered by Barack Obama at that Tucson Memorial was nothing more than politically-motivated empty rhetoric.

‘Gun Against the Head’ Civil Discourse

Originally posted at BIG Government In 2008, long before a shooting in Tucson where six people died and 19 were injured, candidate Barack Obama did not shy away from violent imagery when explaining how he would counter Republican attacks during the 2008 presidential campaign. Chicago-style Obama warned: “If they bring …