Ben Shapiro is currently making the rounds as he promotes his new book, “The People Vs. Barack Obama: The Criminal Case Against the Obama Administration“. Having already read (and enjoyed) his last two books, I’m inclined to not only buy this one too, but suggest you grab it, as well.
Why? Because he’s unusually bright, he’s entertaining, …and he’s right most of the time.
Shapiro has been awfully busy since we covered his complete and utter evisceration of Piers Morgan on CNN last year. He’s launched the website for TruthRevolt.org in October of 2013 with David Horowitz, and successfully drafted some top-tier talent over there, as well. And he did all this while carrying-out his duties as Editor-At-Large of Breitbart.com.
Personally, in addition to reading his last couple of books, I’ve heard him (thanks to podcasting) fill-in for Jerry Doyle on Doyle’s radio show, be interviewed by Hugh Hewitt, and seen him appear on various cable news shows. In every case, Ben’s solid: often funny, always informed, and lightning quick. What comes across most clearly in these settings is just how thoroughly he’s chased-down his own ideology, and it’s why I’m highlighting a couple of examples below.
This first clip is quite recent, and has Shapiro commenting on (what else?) the Obama Administration and its chronic criminality:
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Hey, remember this?
Yes indeed: words spoken by none other than Barack Obama himself. Of course, that was back in 2010 when he was discussing Campaign Finance Reform, a concern which almost sounds quaint in comparison to the Scandal carousel this White House has since become.
Just the same, keep that quote in mind as you watch the following about our ol’ buddy, Lois “I-have-nothing-to-hide-so-I’m-Pleading-the-Fifth” Lerner from the IRS:
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His “Just Words” speech should have informed one-&-all, right then, that words were all he had…
Instead, it was hailed as incontrovertible proof of his future magnificence as president. And yet, after his “uhmm-errr-ahhhhh” fest in yesterday’s press conference, to say that he’s lost whatever shred of magic or credibility he once had would be a galactic understatement, at best.
A better description of it would go somewhere along these lines:
Plenty to cover here, so let’s go through these in no particular order:
As if we really needed it, here’s yet MORE proof that our Commander-In-Chief is the biggest narcissist our nation has ever endured.
At a KMBZ luncheon in Overland Park, KS, Friday afternoon, former House Speaker Newt Ginrich described the president’s behavior at Democrat Speaker Tom Foley’s memorial service, held last Saturday.
“Bill Clinton sits there – he waved at me once, Gingrich began, noting (to much laughter and applause) that he waved at his wife Calista three times. “Obama was sort of staring at the ceiling – enduring the time he had to spend with mere mortals.”
He went on compare and contrast the men’s speeches.
Clinton gave a fine, entertaining speech – “a perfect Clinton performance and you were totally absorbed…” and then “Obama got up and gave a relatively wooden speech”, Gingrich said. “I suddenly realized watching the two of them in such a short time – Clinton felt your pain….Obama would like you to feel his pain.”
“To be under our constitutional system, a president has to be able…
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“In the end, Barack Obama simply didn’t have the stones. It’s sad. And telling.”
– (Donald Gilliland, a journalist for the Patriot News in Harrisburg, PA).
President Obama angered and disappointed many by announcing recently he would not be attending the 150th anniversary celebration of the Gettysburg Address on November 19th.
The York Daily Record added:
“…Instead, he is sending us a little-known Cabinet member to do the job of a president, of a statesman, of an orator.
President Obama’s retreat from Gettysburg will linger, long and bitter…”
Does our Nobel Laureate President lack the “stones”? What could possibly cause the self-proclaimed healer of the planet to miss an opportunity to give a speech commemorating one of our nation’s greatest moments? Indeed, Mr. Obama loves to compare himself to Mr. Lincoln, even taking the oath of office using Lincoln’s bible. How to explain this strange decision by the President?
The examples are everywhere:
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