VIDEO: CNN Wolf Blitzer drinks wine, dances to celebrate Hillary’s nomination

By Olaf Ekberg on Friday, July 29th, 2016 in Uncategorized

Maybe they were happy it was over, or maybe they were celebrating “history” being made — as they repeated all week — by their preferred candidate. Regardless, cameras captured CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger drinking wine and dancing with delegates as “Sweet Caroline” played over the loud speakers at the […]

VIDEO: Democrats boo the military, yell ‘lies’ at former DefSec Panetta

By Olaf Ekberg on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 in Uncategorized

It’s 1968 all over again. That was the year leftists condemned the U.S. military at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago and the scene reared its ugly head again in Philadelphia Wednesday night. As former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta complimented the troops, many in the crowd at the DNC disagreed by booing and shouting “lies!” […]

DNC turns up music to drown out Kaine dissenters

By Olaf Ekberg on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 in Uncategorized

It was a battle of volume on the floor of the Democratic National Convention this afternoon. As Tim Kaine’s name was put into nomination, opponents began chanting “roll call vote” as a way to stymie the process. In reaction, CNN reports, DNC organizers simply cranked up the music to drown out the dissenters.

PHOTO: DNC stage background looks like emails!

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 in Uncategorized

Is the designer of the main stage background at the Democratic National Convention playing a trick on the party? Or are DNC organizers their own worst enemy? The podium background — which is devoid of American flags — features a pattern of contours and lighting that looks suspiciously like the computer graphic for an email […]

VIDEO: Chicago subway station collapses after lightning strike

By Olaf Ekberg on Monday, July 25th, 2016 in Uncategorized

A nasty thunderstorm rolled through the Upper Midwest on Sunday and some Chicago drivers caught on camera the aftermath of an apparent lightning strike. Twitter user @IslesofErin was driving on the west side of the city when she captured sparks and fire raining down from the canopies of an outdoor subway station. @JimCantore – just […]

VIDEO: Obama finds way to make Munich attack about himself

By Olaf Ekberg on Friday, July 22nd, 2016 in Uncategorized

Details are still coming in about an apparent terrorist attack in Munich, Germany, but that didn’t stop President Obama from using the opportunity to crack a joke about his eldest daughter leaving home and making the incident about himself. While Obama was addressing reporters at the White House, he said, “I was a little bit […]

Texas delegates confront Cruz: ‘The party has spoken!’

By Olaf Ekberg on Thursday, July 21st, 2016 in Uncategorized

Ted Cruz ran into a buzz saw of sorts as he was addressing delegates from his home state of Texas on Thursday. An exchange with two people during an event with delegates — broadcast live on CNN — showed one imploring Cruz to support “the party,” while the other lashed out, telling Cruz, “The party […]

VIDEO: Driver playing ‘Pokemon Go’ at 3:30 am slams into police car

By Olaf Ekberg on Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 in Uncategorized

A cop’s bodycam caught a distracted driver ramming his cruiser — and getting out with the game still in his hand. Video released by the Baltimore Police Department shows three officers standing on the sidewalk talking at about 3:30 am on Monday. #PokemonGO is not all fun and games. Here is a video of a […]

FLASHBACK: Obama plagiarized — George W. Bush!

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016 in Uncategorized

As the media whips up controversy over Melania Trump’s speech to the Republican National Convention on Monday, they likely won’t remind voters about the times President Obama was accused of lifting words from others. For George W. Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen accused Obama of plagiarizing portions of President Bush’s 2007 State of the Union address.

#BlackLivesMatter promises 10,000 at march — falls about 9,900 short of goal

By Olaf Ekberg on Sunday, July 17th, 2016 in Uncategorized

A cornucopia of racialist groups thought they were going to take a bold stand against Donald Trump and the police on Saturday. Except when the leaders turned around, no one was following. Malik Z. Shabazz of the Black Lawyers for Justice promised 10,000 people would turn out to protest Trump and law enforcement near the […]

‘Sleep’ blamed for cop car ramming Confederate monument

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016 in Uncategorized

Demopolis, Alabama Mayor Mike Grayson is seeking “prayer, peace, understanding and unity” after a town police officer crashed into a Confederate monument early Saturday morning. While on patrol, the officer ran into the monument at the intersection of Capital and Main Streets at 3:30 am. Chief of Police Tommie Reese released a statement about the […]