Today was another busy day, so here are links to some of the news that I missed.
The media is still doing everything possible to protect President Obama and Hillary Clinton on Benghazi. The Other McCain calls it the “How Dare You Defense.” Sounds about right.
Speaking of Benghazi, Speaker Boehner is calling for the release of administration emails, and Darryl Issa is looking for more whistleblowers. Maybe they can provide some more information for the timeline of events that should mean the end of Hillary’s political career. But of course, none of this stopped Clinton from accepting an award during the hearing yesterday.
Also on Benghazi, read about Cheryl Mills who was instrumental in the administration’s cover up. She’s a real piece of work, that one.
Did you hear that the Cleveland kidnapper/rapist is a registered Democrat? Tell me that wouldn’t be on the front page of every major newspaper if he was a Republican.
Earlier I told you President Obama went to Texas on a bogus jobs tour. Well, it turns out he didn’t learn a thing about job creation from the Lone Star State. Yeah, I know, I didn’t expect him to learn anything, either.
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell beclowned himself by asking Elizabeth Warren for her autograph, and said he will frame it to go with Obama’s autograph.
The Gang of 8’s rotten immigration bill is in the news again. This time it’s because it would give Janet Napolitano “virtually unlimited power to waive any manner of crimes.” I sure hope Marco Rubio is proud of himself.
But there is a wee bit of good news. Nancy Pelosi was cornered into calling the Kermit Gosnell case “disgusting.” Of course, she was compelled to add that what Gosnell did had “nothing to do with reproductive health.” Aren’t you glad she cleared that up for us? I’m not sure what she’d say about this.
The First Street Journal has a review of the movie Sin City. It sounds dreadful. Just stay home and watch Duck Dynasty instead.
Be sure to follow the links for more information on all of these news items. Sorry, I just didn’t have time to get to them all today.
Update: Here are a couple more that I missed: