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Beck on the Santa Barbara Killings

May 27, 2014

Six people were killed and thirteen were wounded when 22 year old Elliot Rodger went on his killing spree this weekend.  Rodger left a massive manifesto and many YouTube videos trying to explain his mindset before perpetrating these murders. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims. Unfortunately, the [...]

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McCaskill on Key DNC Speaker Bill Clinton

August 24, 2012

Todd Akin is a national distraction, sustaining a huge swing in the polls against him since making a ridiculous statement about rape last weekend — he had been beating incumbent Claire McCaskill in Missouri, but is now getting trounced.  By remaining in the race, Akin is putting himself above the cause and will continue to [...]

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The Liberal Life of Julia

May 6, 2012

Earlier this week the Obama camp put out this slideshow called “The Life of Julia” basically admitting that the left is intent on creating and maintaining a cradle-to-grave-society with Obama at the center of the universe. The slideshow is so ideologically pure and worthy of parody that even the New York Times couldn’t help but [...]

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Obama Announces Reelection Bid (Yawn)

April 5, 2011

Did you know that the President began his bid for reelection yesterday?  Maybe you did, maybe you didn’t — we all just assumed he’d be in it for 2012, right?  Perhaps that’s one reason why more people viewed this parody on YouTube than viewed his actual reelection launch video: If you actually viewed the President’s [...]

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Elevating the Discourse — Union-Style

February 28, 2011

When the Tea Party decided to counter-protest the union demonstrations around the nation these past few weeks, the unions (predictably) didn’t like it.  The Tea Party’s been great at exposing one of the Left’s fatal flaws — that the Left simply hasn’t gotten a handle on the amount of damage YouTube can do to their [...]

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BP “Coffee” Spill

June 17, 2010

Earlier today I was told by a conservative friend at work to check out “BP Spills Coffee” on YouTube for a spoof on the oil disaster.  It was just a matter of time, I suppose.  Unfortunately, it’s missing the equivalent of a useless Obama figure, but it’s still pretty good.  There’s a little language towards [...]

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Fool Me 8 Times and What Does that Make Me?

January 6, 2010

Everybody knows that Obama Care is being negotiated behind closed doors at the expense the democratic process.  But the Naked Emperor News was able to dig up eight instances where Obama declared that these debates would, in fact, be publicized, open and even on C-SPAN for all to see.  Here’s a YouTube version: Obviously, the [...]

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Shouting Down the House

August 4, 2009

It’s been great to see all these town hall meetings going on across the land where Dems defending Obamacare without having read the bill are getting an earful from their constituents.  I also love that the Left is completely frustrated by concerned citizens they essentially call a Republican “mob.” However, in all the excitement something [...]

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“Meddling” in Iran

June 17, 2009

Earlier this week, Obama gave a high-profile speech not defending the democracy movement in Iran saying that given our history with Iran, an American President should not meddle with them.  I know that he’s trying to wait and see, not turning Iran into Obama’s version of Hungary in 1956, but in principle he should have shown more [...]

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Jesse Jackson’s Very Loud Whisper

July 10, 2008

Here’s a clip of an off-the-air comment uttered by Jesse Jackson the other day about Barack Obama’s faith-based initiative: Jackson, of course, apologized for the remarks, but nonetheless he still said it in an unscripted moment when he thought the cameras were no longer recording.  Obama’s done the same thing when he talked about bitter small [...]

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