Why Azaelia Banks Playboy Interview Matters

Why Azaelia Banks Playboy Interview Matters

People are missing the entire point of why there is any reason to even discuss what Azaelia Banks said in her interview with Playboy. A woman who, until a few days ago, most decent Americans had never heard of. Truth be told, I'm not concerned with what Azealia Banks actually thinks about anything. She's proven in more ways than one, through her own comments in the Playboy interview and in recent Twitter interactions with Wayne Dupree and Matt Walsh, to be an absolute moron.

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GW Sounds like a prophet

GW Sounds like a prophet

Oh so long ago, back in 2007, then-president George W. Bush told the American people that pulling out of Iraq too soon would lead to mass killings and that without a sizable contingency force to continue stabilizing the country, the country would become a haven for terrorists. At the time Bush was excoriated by the media for his position on Iraq and the warnings he conveyed, but today he sounds quite prophetic. 

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I agree with Wayne Dupree: James Foley's blood is on YOUR HANDS President Obama

I could not bring myself to watch the video of James Foley being slaughtered by the animals we refer to as ISIS. Just thinking about it, picturing the scene in my mind, imagining his fear and the unbearable pain he went through is more enough to shake me to my core. But my dear friend Wayne Dupree watched it and I could hear the combination of dispar and anger in his voice.

I agree with you, Wayne. This did NOT have to happen. James Foley did NOT have to die. And yes, the blame belongs squarely on Barack Obama for his complete lack of leadership and seriousness in dealing with these monsters. 

This president is inept, he is weak, our enemies know it and if it weren't so, James Foley would probably still be alive.  

My response to Roy Nicholson asking God to "be violent" against the Republican establishment

My response to Roy Nicholson asking God to "be violent" against the Republican establishment

Earlier this afternoon I joined Midpoint Host Ed Berliner and the founder of Tea Party Nation Judson Phillips to discuss comments made by tea party leader Roy Nicholson, asking God to "be violent" against the Republican establishment. Rhetoric like Nicholson's does nothing to advance a serious agenda to get America back on track and that should be our focus. 

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