Communist NYC schoolteacher takes students to Cuba to see his dear leader, one last time. »
Coldest winter in Beijing since Chairman Mao’s last days in office. »
Obamas reverend is back: Praises Marxism and describes America as Land of the greed and home of the slave. (video)
Obama’s reverend is back: Praises Marxism and describes America as “Land of the greed and home of the slave.” »
Why Captain Naive needs to be at the Berlin Wall anniversary–then again, he’d only apologize for Reagan.
Why Captain Naive needs to be at the Berlin Wall anniversary–then again, he’d only apologize for Reagan. »
Whine House comm. director who whined about FNC, gushes about her favorite philospher, Chairman Mao (video).
Another Communist in the Hen House: Whine House communications director who complained about Fox News, gushes about her favorite philosopher, Chairman Mao (video). »
What would a real leader do about Iran? We don’t have to guess. To the Reagan archives! »
Castro says Che was a sadistic SOB. –CORRECTION: that’s Che-NEY »
Last Updated July 3, 2008 Below is a list of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s “publicly reported” gaffes, misstatements and downright stupidity. (I put publicly reported in quotes because it’s not like the mainstream media have reported these widely. In many cases the media do not even realize the anointed one has made a... »
The charismatic communist who led Cuba through over 50 years of self-inflicted misery, passed the torch today. “Today, it is with sadness and regret, that I, Fidel Castro, relinquish control of the greatest people’s government in the Western Hemisphere,” Castro said in a written statement released today. “I recognize that my body can no... »
The Supreme Court today ruled that a school cannot censor a student’s political speech, even if the form of that speech comes in a drug-glorifying, defamatory, screechy and obscene T-shirt. Given the amount of liberal proselytizing being done in high schools and colleges around the country, Daily Danet has prepared a suggested list of... »