Tent Cities, Porta Potties, and Martial Law; the “New” New Jersey

No one wanted to talk about it. One person commented that it was “really frightening”. Now it is a reality and hardly anyone is talking about it; no one but the residents of tent cities sprouting up all over the East Coast. FEMA camps and martial law are becoming part of the lives of many Americans suffering from the effects of Storm Sandy. A few days after Sandy collided with the East Coast, I raised the specter of storm victims moving to FEMA Camps. It wasn’t a very popular article. My Read more […]

Chris Matthews: “I’m so glad we had that storm last week…”

Closing out election coverage on MSNBC, Chris Matthews praised the president, saying this: “I am so proud of the country. To reelect this president and overcoming — not because of the partisanship or even the policies. Here’s an African-American guy with an unusual background — part immigrant background, part African-American background — with all this assault on him from day one. From Mitch McConnell, from the clowns out there that will never be elected, never will be to anything. And the way Read more […]

Hollywood Twits Politcize Hurricane Sandy

According to White House Press Secretary, Jay Carney, “It’s not time for politics.” Well said, Carney. I would find his statement more poignant if what he was saying wasn’t just noise coming out of his mouth. This type of forked tongue is a hallmark of the Obama era. The Left says one thing, and then does another. It very much reminds me of the January 8th, 2011 shooting in Tucson. Immediately following the attack, there was an outpouring of rebukes from the Left about hateful rhetoric supposedly Read more […]

Media’s Hype of Sandy and Obama’s Subtle Politicization of It

Hurricane Sandy has come and gone with a much less terrifying roar than the media had everybody fearing. So monstrous would this storm be that it was given the nickname Frankenstorm, its predicted damage bearing strong resemblance to the synopsis of the disaster movie The Day After Tomorrow. Yes, forty people have died from the storm, and it’s a shame they did not heed warnings to evacuate. But it’s far fewer deaths than seemed to be feared in the hysteria leading up to Sandy’s landfall. If these Read more […]