I recently heard a theory advanced that the deluge of scandals now besetting the administration may be a last opportunity for America to come to its senses and turn away from the political corruption that it has somehow sought to institutionalize.
I can agree with this, but I think that it is narrower in scope. The Mainstream Media are being given a huge – almost unimaginably huge – opportunity, right now, to either part company with political corruption or forever entrench itself as an equally corrupt sycophant of the worst bunch of dirtbags Washington, D.C., has ever witnessed.
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Alan Keyes’ column of May 16 is amazing. HE GETS IT. Thank you, Joseph, for giving us access to an imminently intelligent, thoughtful and wise man: Alan Keyes.
Do you realize that the name Hillary Rodham Clinton contains sufficient letters to spell “Liar, Liar”? I realized this when I was trying to come up with an anti-Hillary bumper sticker or T-shirt design.
Just thought you ought to know.
If a large cuckoo clock falls out of a window, 50 stories high, onto a concrete sidewalk, would anyone believe that clock can be fixed? The IRS just fell out of a 50-story window, as it were. Systemically corrupt from top to bottom, the IRS has shattered every bead of trust the American taxpayers mistakenly ascribed to it. Now we all know better. Like that cuckoo clock smashed into 20,000 bits, the IRS is kaput and can never be fixed – only swept up from the pavement and shoveled into the dustbin of history.
The IRS will never be trusted again – by anyone. Every taxpayer form and letter sent to IRS can potentially find its way ... continue reading »
Just a month ago the IRS said they could read emails of private citizens without a warrant. Given the more recent illegal activities of the IRS against various organizations, it is logical that they would have been (and perhaps still are) sharing these emails with their political “friends.” I’d love to see an investigative reporter dig deeper into that.
[To Joseph Farah, in response to the column "Love letter to America's pastors":] At the risk of sounding trite, Amen, Brother!