New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to do away with horse-drawn carriages. “The Five” cohost Dana Perino recently spotted some citizens who clearly aren’t on-board with the mayor’s plan:
Inquiring minds wanna know.
OK, scratch that. Maybe they don’t wanna know.
Well anyway, one thing’s for sure: NYC is the perfect place for that sign.
That’s more like it!
Twitchy coverage of Dana Perino
Twitchy coverage of Bill de Blasio
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/03/28/dana-perino-has-mixed-emotions-but-this-sign-suits-nyc-perfectly-pic/
In January, liberal blogger Ezra Klein, formerly of the Washington Post, promised a “new way of delivering the news.” That “new way” is ready for launch, as announced by Klein and Slate’s Matt Yglesias, who will serve as executive editor of Vox:
The best part?
The launch sponsor is General Electric. Both Klein and Yglesias have blasted a system that offers corporations like G.E. major tax loopholes. But if the surplus is invested in the “proper” venture, apparently they’re willing to look the other way.
Yglesias also used General Electric as an example of “terrible” corporate behavior in a December column titled “Dividends are Evil.”
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/03/09/lol-launch-of-ezra-klein-matt-yglesias-venture-sponsored-by-corporation-theyve-lambasted/
A Long Beach, Calif., man held a one-person protest this week, saying he was denied health care even though he signed up for health insurance through Covered CA, the state’s Obamacare insurance exchange.
Andrew Edwards is a reporter for the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
He’s not alone there.
Covered California has interesting advice for enrollees who haven’t been invoiced
Thwarted consumers vent about problems with Covered California’s website
Covered, California? Frustrated users reporting error messages as deadline looms
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/01/04/im-not-a-glitch-man-says-he-was-denied-care-despite-signing-up-with-covered-california/
Ron Fournier, a reporter for National Journal, makes a good point. So far, Americans have been much more alarmed by the Obama administration’s incompetence in dealing with Ebola than by the Ebola virus itself.
If this is the strongest evidence of “panic” that can be found, then that only reinforces Fournier’s point.
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/23/ron-fournier-for-the-record-nobody-is-panicking-about-ebola/
And it’s totally good news, guys! According to the lying liars who lie in the Obama administration, at least. More from Hot Air:
I’m done, guys. If we’ve reached the stage of welfare-state decadence where it’s a selling point for a new entitlement that it discourages able-bodied people from working, there’s no reason to keep going. We’ve lost, decisively.
As a great man once said, remember me as I am — filled with murderous rage.
Yep. The shake fisty is strong with this one.
As Twitchy reported, lapdogs over at HuffPo jumped in to wag their tails and further the absurd spin. Fox News’ Martha MacCallum is no lapdog. As always, she has cut right to the chase with a truth bomb.
It’s not funny, because it’s true!
And this Twitter user puts it in a nutshell:
‘Pelosi-level stupid’: HuffPo reporter says Obamacare will set millions of workers ‘free’
Heh: Is this how Obama and his lapdogs will explain CBO’s ugly Obamacare projections?
‘Are you really this stupid?’ Dizzy HuffPo editor spins CBO’s lousy Obamacare estimates
Cool it, America: Jay Carney says freedom ain’t nothin’ but a ‘buzzword’
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/02/05/truth-bomb-wh-glad-obamacare-discourages-working-martha-maccallum-destroys-with-one-question/
As Twitchy reported, Rep. Jan Schakowsky is roughing it in order to learn how to #LiveTheWage. Among the items on her menu for the week were ramen noodles. The horror. The horror!
Not surprisingly, Schakowsky’s culinary woes didn’t garner much sympathy from many Americans, who routinely pepper their diets with stuff like ramen. But Michelle Malkin is nothing if not a giver, and after offering a peek at her own oh-so-paltry pantry:
She asked followers to share their ramen recipes with the disillusioned Dem:
Malkin received plenty of worthy submissions:
Creativity is key, Jan.
You can do it!
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/07/24/its-an-adventure-michelle-malkin-and-friends-coach-jan-schakowsky-through-her-ramen-crisis-photos/
That was two days ago. Here’s the same arm last night:
Yikes! Tweeters can’t decide if they’re more impressed by the bruise or the muscle.
Heh. That last one is a reference to this.
Poor guy. He’s so injured he can barely tweet.
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/07/20/rep-jason-chaffetz-r-utah-posts-updated-photo-of-his-awesome-bicep-bruise/
No one of substance. Just another liberal talking head who is best known for his lame Twitter avatar.
Oh … um … snap?
At this point in the contest a quality opponent would fire back with a witty rejoinder, preferably in the style established with the first salvo. David Sirota on the other hand opted for this.
Biting the lower lip is what really ups the intimidation factor here.
Really overdoing it with that mock stutter there, Dave.
Maybe if you try it once more, it will be funny this time.
Twitchy coverage of David Sirota
Twitchy coverage of Greg Gutfeld
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/08/27/david-sirota-hopelessly-outmatched-in-battle-of-wits-with-greg-gutfeld/
Heh. Suspicious hackers are suspicious.
Fishackathon? That’s what they came up with?
Someone at State isn’t really clear on what a “hacker” really is.
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/06/16/your-department-is-a-hackathon-state-dept-wants-hackers-but-feeling-isnt-mutual/