Friday, October 31, 2014

Video: SpaceshipTwo Explodes, Crashes in Virgin Galactic Test Flight, At Least 1 Dead

SpaceshipTwo Explodes, Crashes in Virgin Galactic Test Flight, At Least 1 Dead

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave Desert

CDC admits Ebola can be spread by sneezing and coughing, then scrubs it from their website...

CDC scrubbed this information after posting it.

Via the NY Post:
The ​U.S. ​​Centers for Disease Control on Thursday yanked a poster off its Web site explaining how Ebola can be spread by contaminated droplets — from a sneeze for example — a day after The Post reported on the frightening revelation.
The fact sheet was taken off line, and a link that led to it a day before now sends viewers to a different page with a different message.
“The ​’​What’s the difference between infections spread through air or by droplets?​’​ ​f​act sheet is being updated and is currently unavailable. Please visit for up-to-date information on Ebola,” it read​ Thursday​.
​Officials ​with the CDC ​remained mum on the issue, refusing to respond to questions for the original story and again on Thursday.

Sharyl Attkisson Posts Video Of Her Computer Deleting Her Files Without Her Aid

I can't prove it, but the Obama administration is behind this. 

Professional liar Susan Rice gets slammed on Twitter...


O'keefe Video: Multiple NC Campaign Workers Willing to Aid Non-Citizen With Felony Kay Hagan Votes

Democrats claim there is no significant voter fraud, but it doesn't seem hard to find some who are willing to engage in it.

Obama's second midterm losses could be historically bad...

It couldn't happen to a more deserving group of individuals.

Via Roll Call:
President Barack Obama is about to do what no president has done in the past 50 years: Have two horrible, terrible, awful midterm elections in a row.
In fact, Obama is likely to have the worst midterm numbers of any two-term president going back to Democrat Harry S. Truman.
Truman lost a total of 83 House seats during his two midterms (55 seats in 1946 and 28 seats in 1950), while Republican Dwight Eisenhower lost a combined 66 House seats in the 1954 and 1958 midterms.
Obama had one midterm where his party lost 63 House seats, and Democrats are expected to lose another 5 to possibly 12 House seats (or more), taking the sitting president’s total midterm House loses to the 68 seat to 75 seat range.
Most recent presidents have one disastrous midterm and another midterm that was not terrible.
The GOP lost 30 House seats in George W. Bush’s second midterm, but gained 8 seats in his first midterm for a net loss of 22 seats. The party lost 26 seats in Ronald Reagan’s first midterm, but a mere 5 seats in his second midterm for a net loss of 31 seats.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fail: NY Times hammers Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo for poor ethics, after they endorse him for Governor...

Will the MY Times ever stop carrying water for Democrats?

Via NY Times
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has faced intense scrutiny in recent months, including an investigation by federal prosecutors, over his management of a commission that he created to root out corruption in New York politics, but prevented from examining his administration’s conduct and then prematurely shut down.
An analysis of Mr. Cuomo’s handling of an earlier investigative commission, which highlighted the failures of electric companies in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, reveals some of the same hallmarks: interference, efforts to shield his administration’s role and a sense that the governor had a clear idea at the outset of what the commission should conclude.
His first use of the Moreland Act, which empowers governors to investigate problems and recommend solutions, focused heavily on the post-hurricane failures of the Long Island Power Authority. A state-run utility, it had a hapless history and a fed-up customer base from the Rockaways to the Hamptons.
 Via The NY Times:
For nearly four years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has used his formidable political skills to achieve major advances for New York. He pressured and ultimately persuaded some Republican legislators to allow same-sex marriage in the state in 2011. That provided momentum for marriage equality nationally and changed many lives for the better. At least 30,000 same-sex couples have celebrated legal marriages in the state since the law changed.
He pushed through the strongest gun-control measure in the country after the mass killing of schoolchildren in Newtown, Conn., in 2012. The new law expanded the ban on automatic weapons and big ammunition magazines and requires background checks for private gun sales, changes that are an improvement to public safety. Many voters upstate have anti-Cuomo bumper stickers and lawn signs registering their anger at the gun control bill. These are badges of political courage for Mr. Cuomo.
His budgets have been on time, and though his tax policies have favored the wealthy, he managed to get higher credit ratings for the state for the first time in decades.
While The Times’s editorial board chose not to make an endorsement in the Democratic primary in September, we recommend Mr. Cuomo for re-election on the basis of these achievements.

Video of the Day: Democrat theft of GOP signs in Middletown, DE

Democrat theft of GOP signs in Middletown, DE 

The husband of Delaware State Senator Bethany Hall-Long was caught on camera pilfering GOP campaign signs.