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  • asombra: In the top photo, note who’s doing the talking, and how the token Negro sits quietly like a good boy.

  • asombra: Not nearly as deaf as those who wouldn’t listen to basic reason in 2008, and especially in 2012. I am seriously fed up...

  • asombra: I wonder sometimes if these people ever hear themselves write, so to speak. Would they ever criticize ANYTHING said against a...

  • asombra: Veiga looks like Saladrigas, and the other stooge has a Joe García air. Imagine that.

  • asombra: The NYT is not vying to be Granma North–it already is, and even I am somewhat surprised at how overtly it’s been...

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Finally, a museum for the victims of communism

Thanks to Carlos Eire for bringing this to our attention yesterday. I wrote something about it over at American Thinker.  You can read it by clicking below Finally, a museum for the victims of communism http://t.co/Ew1noDOzk6 — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) August 26, 2014      

Message to Obama’s useful idiot voters

Obama excused his first poor debate performance by saying that the Mitt Romney at the debate wasn't the real Mitt Romney. Well guess what Obama supporters, your leader has fooled you, the man you voted for isn't the real Obama. You were easy; donned with utopian blinders, enthralled and tingling with love for your would […]

Soledad O’Brien puts words in Christine O’Donnell’s mouth, then invokes her mother’s Cubanness to justify it.

In this interview, Christine O'Donnell comments on the Romney campaign's communications strategy and its criticisms of what she calls Obama's philosophy of "collectivism." Soledad O'Brien, whose mother was born in Cuba, pounces: "Collectivism is another word for communism." From there, O'Brien rides the premise that O'Donnell is referring to "communism" through the end of the […]

Wine for the people

I was at a liquor store outside Madison, Wisconsin recently and came across a couple of bottles I thought might be interesting to the Babalú crowd. Bottoms up!