Terrorism, the threat of it, discussions about disallowing theoretically a billion of people into the United States, courtesy of Donald Trump, will bring out the worst in all of us.
I have called Donald Trump a number different things these past few months--ranging from a demagogue to dangerous. But, let me now add to the growing list--a coward and hypocrite.
Today, Trump made his appearances on various talk-shows trying to defend his new controversial position regarding keeping Muslims out of America.
Talk about jabby.
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal again jumped into a foreign policy skirmish this time releasing a foreign policy statement, but, this one, takes issue with the credentials of fellow republican, US Senator Rand Paul.
In a country of 330 million Americans, only 11, 000 people in the key 25-54 year old demographic were watching the afternoon programming on the disaster known as MSNBC in the last rating period. These horrific ratings were the lowest registered by the network in a decade. It was not much better at the other time periods for the early January ratings for the broadcast day on MSNBC averaged only 55,000 viewers.
Sen. Mary Landrieu's name came up recently on MSNBC's "The Cycle." The Louisiana Senator was described as "tough as nails," and the reporters gave her good chances of keeping her seat in the Senate in November.
November 22, 1963 has been described as the day America suddenly grew up.
Matured for many reasons: the realization that doubt could overcome youth and dreams; the recognition that the most mystical of historical moments, the mythical Camelot, could screech to an abrupt, untimely and bloody halt.
MSNBC, the network of far left lunatics has taken their extreme hatred to a new level. On Friday, host Martin Bashir called former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin a “world class idiot” and a “resident dunce.” For good measure, he claimed she possessed a “long deceased mind.”
MSNBC is truly the home of idiotic socialism. The network features wacky liberal hosts such as Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, and the Reverend Al Sharpton.
After the Jovon Belcher tragedy this weekend, NBC sports anchor Bob Costas used his platform on Sunday Night Football to advocate for gun control.