Author Archive: Harrison
Owner and operator of Capitol Commentary.
While it’s too early to say who will be nominated to run for the Republican candidate for president, two names are emerging: Jeb Bush and Scott Walker. The former is a RINO in the worst sense (and would betray American with his illegal immigration stance) while the later has a successful track record of running […]
After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Islamic gunmen seized a Jewish deli and shot several Jews inside. Here’s what Obama had to say about that: It is entirely legitimate for, uh, the American people to be deeply concerned when you’ve got a buncha, uh… violent, vicious zealots, uh, who behead people or randomly shoot… uh… a […]
As ISIS Beheads 21 Christians the West Needs to Learn the Lesson that We Don’t Need to Understand Their Motivations We Need to Kill Them
Members of ISIS marched 21 Christians onto a beach and beheaded them then released a video about it titled “Message Signed in Blood to the Nation of the Cross.” While we won’t link to the video, we will provide a few screenshots. The last image is the sea running red from blood: These are the actions […]
A gunman shot up a cafe in Denmark during a “free speech” event hosted by an artist who had drawn caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. An automatic weapon was used in the attacks… exactly what happened in Paris last month. Not long after this attack came a second one in the same city but at a synagogue. After […]
Kind of sad how self-obsessive President Obama is. Were the world not going up in flames around him, this could almost be considered light hearted fun but, instead, it’s simply sad:
I read a story earlier today about Brian Williams, the NBC anchor who is now on a 6 month suspension and, most likely, will never return from it. Apparently, the brass at NBC is concerned Williams was tarnishing the new division. What about MSNBC? Every day people like Al Sharpton go onto the airwaves under […]
There was a massive march in Paris this past week and million attended including more than 40 world leaders. The Obama administration sent a campaign bundler, Jane Hartley, who is the U.S. ambassador to France. Eric Holder was actually in Paris at the time but did not attend. The U.S. President, Vice President, and Secretary of State […]
It is laughable how reporters are falling over themselves to not attempt to link religion in any way, shape, or form to the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris. CNN – once the “most trusted name in news” – has become like an SNL skit. Witness this latest: Chris Cuomo: The French president said this was an anti-Semitic […]
At its most basic level, the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo were about suppressing freedom. The Islamic terrorists, angry at how their religion was being portrayed, decided to stop the mockery via murder. That is the most violent way to censor someone but not the only method. At least 3.7 million people “rallied” in […]
An excerpt from the latest Time magazine: As Parisians absorb the enormity of this week’s killings, residents in some of these banlieues say their areas need urgent changes – better education and more job opportunities – to reverse the growing drift of young Muslims like the Kouachi brothers toward radical groups bent on advancing their […]
As someone who lived in France for a few years in the 1990s I can’t say as though I was overly surprised by the murders committed by Islamists in Paris. Not only is freedom of speech or of the press not a European value (Leftists have beaten it out of the populace) but the native […]
Once, many moons ago, I lived in Paris, France. It is sad what has become of that nation. Liberalism has weakened it and Islam is slicing it open like a can. Capitol Commentary is not gone from this Earth… just a pause in life.
The GOP will not control 54 Senate seats next year when its newly elected members are sworn into office. Exit polls were saying that Landrieu had lost 57% to 43%. Hillary Clinton had campaigned for Landrieu but it did no good as she went down in flames twice… once during the general election last month […]