January 16, 2019

Obama’s Stealth Redistribution Strategy

Resentment of the rich trumps all else in liberalism, and we are defending against a multi-front class war. President Obama is using a shotgun approach to redistribute your wealth, with multiple attacks on your income, property, savings, and cost of living.  These coordinated attacks started after the 2008 election and are now set to hit […]

Why Can’t They Deport Obama’s Uncle?

Via CNS News: The U.S Board of Immigration Appeals has agreed to reopen the immigration case of Onyango Obama, delaying the deportation of the 68-year old Kenyan who violated an order to leave the United States in 1992. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a division of the Department of Homeland Security, confirmed to CNSNews.com […]

Obama’s Jonestowns

At first, the numbers seemed too absurd to be true: did Mitt Romney really receive zero votes in 59 Philadelphia voting districts?  Did Barack Obama really outpoll him by a combined 19,605 to 0 votes cast in these 59 districts. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, which has no interest in deceiving, the answer is yes. […]

AP Poll: More Racism Against Blacks Since Obama’s Election

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Aaron Goldstein on 10.28.12 @ 3:13AM A new AP poll claims that racial prejudice against Blacks has increased since the election of Barack Obama in 2008.  The AP has come to this conclusion in part because in one question only 24% of respondents liked Blacks “a great […]

Benghazi: Emperor Obama’s Waterloo?

It is now obvious that the U.S. government’s original story about the Benghazi consulate attack, delivered by its two heaviest hitters, the president and secretary of state, was false, and, more importantly, that it was intended to deceive.  How can Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton outrun the scandal that now chases them, a scandal that […]

Barack Obama’s October Surprises

In October 1972, and twelve days before the presidential election, Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger made a surprise announcement of a peace agreement ending the war in Vietnam, thus giving birth to the term “October Surprise.”  In nearly every election cycle since, one party or the other has attempted to spring some last minute opposition […]

Old Interview Sheds New Light on Obama’s Debate Flop

In February 2001, Julieanna Richardson, as part of an oral history on black Americans called “History Makers,” interviewed Barack Obama at length.  Although the 10,000-plus-word interview offers no Eureka moments, it does help demystify Obama’s debate failure and deepens the doubt that he uniquely authored his own memoir, Dreams from My Father.  Kudos to attorney […]

Is Al Gore Saying All The Air Went Out of Obama’s Campaign?

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Aaron Goldstein on 10.4.12 @ 12:53PM I just watched the video Wlady linked to featuring Al Gore blaming President Obama’s poor debate performance on the thin air in Denver. Is the former Vice-President saying all that air went out of Obama’s campaign? Well, given the consensus, it […]

Barack Obama’s Terrorist Attack Cover-Up

It is astounding that what really happened in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 has been so thoroughly buried by the mainstream media. In an article from Reuters dated September 12, 2012, Alastair MacDonald reported that “U.S. troops dispatched by helicopter across the Libyan desert to rescue Ambassador Chris Stevens and other diplomats in Benghazi […]

Obama’s Struggle

On the campaign trail, Michelle Obama often employs the word “struggle.”  It was actually Mrs. Obama’s peculiar pronunciation — “shtruggle” — that first drew my attention to the frequency of her usage.  At the 2012 Democratic National Convention, her speech referred to some form of “struggle” nine times.  Last week, speaking in Durham, Michelle referred […]