Skip to main content

Last Saturday night, while Sarah Palin was working her ass off (on a Facebook update), President Obama was laughing it up at the White House Correspondents Dinner (#nerdprom).

Among the subjects that Obama "joked" about with the assembled media whores and Hollywood types was his radical second term agenda; but as anyone who's even briefly listened to Alex Jones can attest, that's no laughing matter.

Under the guidance of the Muslim Brotherhood, the president and his cabinet spent the first 100 days attempting to further communize America, and their efforts show no signs of abating.

Long before Senate Republicans like Kelly Ayotte and Jeff Flake heroically prevented Obama from grabbing our guns, his administration had already begun buying up all of the country's ammo (that's one way to forestall an armed rebellion).

And now, with his nomination of Anthony Foxx to be Transportation Secretary, it's clear that he's planning to ship all of the Jews off to concentration camps—in order to destroy capitalism once and for all.

Say what you will about the Nazis, there's no denying that they got things done.

Morning lineup:

Meet the Press: Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT); Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani (9/11); Former Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA); Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR); Roundtable: Former House Speaker Newt Gingrch (R-GA), Former Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. (D-TN), Rich Lowry (National Review) and Joy-Ann Reid (Miami Herald).

Face the Nation: Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI); Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA); Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD); Roundtable: Former Pro Tennis Players Billie Jean King & Martina Navratilova, NFL Player Brendon Ayanbadejo, Former NFL Player Esera Tuaolo, Owner of the Washington Wizards, Capitals and Mystics Ted Leonsis, President of the NFL Players Association Domonique Foxworth, William Rhoden (New York Times) and Chris Stone (Sports Illustrated).

This Week: Investor Warren Buffet; Roundtable: Democratic Strategist James Carville, Republican Strategist Mary Matalin, Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint, Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson (D) and Cokie Roberts.

Fox News Sunday: Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT); Sen. John McCain (R-AZ); Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA); Roundtable: Jennifer Rubin (Washington Post), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Nina Easton (Fortune) and Former Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN).

State of the Union: Sen. Dan Coats (R-IN); Rep. Peter King (R-NY); Daveed Gartenstein-Ross (Foundation for Defense of Democracies); Dr. Zuhdi Jasser (American Islamic Forum for Democracy); Former Member of the National Security Council Jessica Stern; Suhail Khan (Institute for Global Engagement); A.B. Stoddard (The Hill); Jeanne Cummings (Bloomberg News); Reliable Sources: Ryan Lizza (The New Yorker); Lynn Sweet (Chicago Sun-Times); Legal Analyst Lisa Bloom; Cartoonist Garry Trudeau; Elsa Walsh (Formerly of the Washington Post).

The Chris Matthews Show: Katty Kay (BBC); Dan Rather (HDNet); David Ignatius (Washington Post) and Kathleen Parker (Washington Post).

Fareed Zakaria GPS: Richard Haas (Council on Foreign Relations); Joe Klein (TIME); Former Obama Adviser Anne Marie Slaughter; Rana Foroohar (TIME); Gillian Tett (Financial Times).

Evening lineup:
60 Minutes will feature: a report on the use of couterinsurgency tactics by law enforcement in Springfield, MA (preview); a report on the Robin Hood Foundation, which has given more than $1.25 billion dollars to New York's neediest over the years (preview); and, a report on the traumatic brain injuries suffered by thousands of veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan (preview).

On Comedy Central...

Jon Stewart examined Sen. Ted Cruz's rocky road to the White House.

The Daily Show

Monday: Christiane Amanpour (ABC News)

Tuesday: Actor/Comedian Mindy Kaling

Wednesday: Actor Carey Mulligan

Thursday: Author David Sedaris

And Stephen Colbert was shocked by NBA player Jason Collins' disclosure.

The Colbert Report

Monday: Author Robert Caro

Tuesday: Author Douglas Rushkoff

Wednesday: Richard Besser (ABC News)

Thursday: Director Baz Luhrmann


A New Hampshire state legislator found it hard to believe that people were really maimed in the Boston Marathon bombing.

State Rep. Stella Tremblay (R-Auburn) told a conservative talk show host Tuesday that she knows the federal government was behind the attacks because Jeff Bauman, a bombing victim who helped identify the suspects, was not "screaming in agony" after both his legs were blown off. Tremblay made the comments on The Pete Santilli Show, first reported by, a liberal-leaning website, on Wednesday.

"Then, my first gut reaction seeing the horror of that person that has their legs blown off," Tremblay said. "You know, the bone sticking out? He was not in shock. I looked and I thought, there's something. … I don't know what’s wrong, but it seems surreal to me. I talked to my sister, who’s not into politics at all, and she said, 'Yes, I saw the same thing.' He was not in shock. He was not in pain. If I had had those type of injuries, I’d be screaming in agony."


One of Tremblay's esteemed colleagues set his sights on illegal immigrants.

GIONET: One of the things that concerns my constituents — the majority of my constituents –- is the appointments that are now being made in Washington by our President and the way he is handling the illegal immigrants, nationalizing them and giving them the opportunity to vote, and wanting to keep track of our guns. They are worried that they are going to have to use these guns because of our own government. Now is there anything in Washington that says — any telltale signs that maybe we might be headed for an internal revolution given the fact that these kinds of things are going on? This is what’s said in the groups that I sit in.

AYOTTE: Obviously, I hope not.

And, in related news...

An elected official in Tennessee defended his targeting of Muslims.

Coffee County Commissioner Barry West says a Facebook posting he had made Saturday called "How to Wink at a Muslim," showing a man in a cowboy hat sighting a side-by-side double barrel shotgun at the camera, was done to be funny.

However, some residents don’t see it that way.

West, who represents Manchester’s District 11, said Tuesday he found the image and statement on Facebook and posted it because "I thought it was humorous."

West was asked by The News if he is prejudiced toward Muslims.

"I'm prejudiced against anyone who’s trying to tear down this country, Muslims, Mexicans, anybody," he said. "If you come into this country illegally or harm us or take away benefits, I'm against it."

Kill them all and let the Flying Spaghetti Monster sort them out.

- Trix

Your Email has been sent.
You must add at least one tag to this diary before publishing it.

Add keywords that describe this diary. Separate multiple keywords with commas.
Tagging tips - Search For Tags - Browse For Tags


More Tagging tips:

A tag is a way to search for this diary. If someone is searching for "Barack Obama," is this a diary they'd be trying to find?

Use a person's full name, without any title. Senator Obama may become President Obama, and Michelle Obama might run for office.

If your diary covers an election or elected official, use election tags, which are generally the state abbreviation followed by the office. CA-01 is the first district House seat. CA-Sen covers both senate races. NY-GOV covers the New York governor's race.

Tags do not compound: that is, "education reform" is a completely different tag from "education". A tag like "reform" alone is probably not meaningful.

Consider if one or more of these tags fits your diary: Civil Rights, Community, Congress, Culture, Economy, Education, Elections, Energy, Environment, Health Care, International, Labor, Law, Media, Meta, National Security, Science, Transportation, or White House. If your diary is specific to a state, consider adding the state (California, Texas, etc). Keep in mind, though, that there are many wonderful and important diaries that don't fit in any of these tags. Don't worry if yours doesn't.

You can add a private note to this diary when hotlisting it:
Are you sure you want to remove this diary from your hotlist?
Are you sure you want to remove your recommendation? You can only recommend a diary once, so you will not be able to re-recommend it afterwards.
Rescue this diary, and add a note:
Are you sure you want to remove this diary from Rescue?
Choose where to republish this diary. The diary will be added to the queue for that group. Publish it from the queue to make it appear.

You must be a member of a group to use this feature.

Add a quick update to your diary without changing the diary itself:
Are you sure you want to remove this diary?
(The diary will be removed from the site and returned to your drafts for further editing.)
(The diary will be removed.)
Are you sure you want to save these changes to the published diary?

Comment Preferences

Click here for the mobile view of the site