Mark Steyn & Orange County Register
Mark Steyn (born December 8, 1959) is a Canadian-born writer, conservative-leaning political commentator, and cultural critic. The Orange County Register is a daily newspaper published in Santa Ana, California. /5
Mark Steyn: Worse is the new normal | health, afford, percent - Opinion - The Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: Did we all fail the Tsarnaevs? | baby, america, skull - Opinion - The Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: An unstable truce with the Axis of Crazy | war, down, nuclear - Opinion - The Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: How the GOP earned its date with destiny | percent, america, vote - Opinion - The Orange County Register
On Sept 14, fewer than two dozen inbred, illiterate goatherds pulled off the biggest single destruction of U.S. airpower since the Tet Offensive in 1968, breaking into Camp Bastion (an unfortunate choice of name) in Afghanistan, killing Lieutenant-Colonel Christopher Raible, & blowing up a squadron’s worth of Harriers. And, even though it was the third international humiliation for the United States in as many days, it didn’t even make the papers. Because the court eunuchs at the media are too busy drooling over Obama’s appearance as what he calls “eye candy” on the couch between Barbara & Whoopi - Mark Steyn, 'Obama a Better President of the Future' 09-28-12 Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: Obama a better president of the future - Opinion - The Orange County Register via
"I see the Obama campaign has redesigned the American flag, and very attractive it is, too. Replacing the 50 stars of a federal republic is the single "O" logo symbolizing the great gaping maw of spendaholic centralization. And where the stripes used to be are a handful of red daubs, eerily mimicking the bloody finger streaks left on the pillars of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi as its staff were dragged out by a mob of savages to be tortured and killed. What better symbol could one have of American foreign policy? Who says the slick, hollow, vapid marketing of the Obama campaign doesn't occasionally intersect with reality?" Mark Steyn, Orange County Register, Sep 21, 2012
Taken from the Orange County Register entitled 'Barack & Hillary at the movies' by Mark Steyn. published Sept. 21, 2012 Updated: Sept. 22, 2012 5:38a.m. What other entertainments have senior U.S. officials reviewed lately? Last year Hillary Clinton went to see the Broadway musical "Book of Mormon." "We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others"? The Book of Mormon's big showstopper is "Hasa Diga Eebowai," which apparently translates as "F*** You, God." The U.S. Secretary of State stood and cheered. Why does Secretary Clinton regard "F*** You, God" as a fun toe-tapper for all the family but "F***, You Allah" as "disgusting and reprehensible"? The obvious answer is that, if you sing the latter, you'll find a far more motivated crowd waiting for you at the stage door. So the "Leader of the Free World" and "the most powerful man in the world" (to revive two cobwebbed phrases nobody seems to apply anymore to the president of the United States) is telling the planet that the way to ensure ...
Mark Steyn: An act of war, not a movie protest | president, say, america - Opinion - The Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: Choice not part of this future | america, fluke, one - Opinion - The Orange County Register
Mark Steyn: Fauxcahontas and the melting pot The Orange County Register
Who Let the Dogs Out?: Democrats did… that’s who. Mark Steyn has a great column in the Orange County Register (...
Mark Steyn on the extreme length of the ObamaCare law. Mark Steyn writing March 30 in the Orange County Register:...
Mark Steyn: Gradual insolvency about to speed up | budget, debt, percent - Opinion - The Orange County Register
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