The White House picture is a fake. I blew it up 800 percent, and the pixels around Obama are totally different than any other in the picture.
Notice the pixels from the hand back to the body, and then compare them to the pixels on the barrel and the rest of the picture. They’re totally different.
Also I noticed that the stock is not seated into the shoulder, but actually raised slightly above his shoulder. An experienced shooter (as Obama claims he is) would not fire a shotgun ... continue reading »
I guess the White House figures if it can get people to believe in an obviously fake birth certificate, a poorly Photoshopped photo of Obama pretending to shoot a shotgun won’t arouse any suspicion either, even though it insists that the picture not be further altered.
And from the reaction in the mainstream press, the Obamanaughts were right again. I suppose they thought that after 30 years of feminization in school, there wouldn’t be enough men still shooting to spot this fak ... continue reading »
The White House photo of Obama shooting a shotgun is a total joke! The over-and-under shotgun he is firing is seriously flawed. There appears to be gas exiting vertically from the upper barrel, about 3 inches rear of the muzzle! No Secret Service agent would attempt to fire such a defective weapon – much less allow the president to fire it!
Modern smokeless powder does NOT produce a blue cloud of gas as shown in the photo.
This appears to be a worse job of Photoshopping than his & ... continue reading »
It’s safe to say the millions of unemployed Americans have more free time than they’d like. They would rather be working. But there is a good way to spend some of that time.
They should carefully monitor how their senators and representatives vote on immigration. Those votes don’t have just a little to do with job prospects; they have everything to do with job prospects.
Republicans think still another amnesty will give them more Hispanic votes, problematic at best given past trends. But even if the Republicans do gain more votes, how does that help those competing for jobs with ever larger numbers of Hispan ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah: Great column ["Time to roll back all gun bans"], and I agree; every gun law from 1934 onward should be purged! Period!
I recently engaged a lefty in a conversation. After getting the normal: “We just need to pass ‘sensible gun laws,’ blah blah …” I asked this person, “Since we already have 25,000 or so laws on the books, why are not they ‘sensible’? How many more do we need to add before we get to ‘sensible’?” Well, I got nowhere, but he mumbled something about U.S. v. Miller, which led me ... continue reading »
Mr. Farah: I just read your column “Time to roll back all gun bans.” This is precisely what we need – not fear mongering, speculation, or conspiracy theories. To use your words, we need to employ tactics successfully used by the left and reframe the debate in our favor.