After listening to sources such as the BBC and NPR talk about how tight the polls were in the Israeli elections, it was a pleasant surprise to wake up this morning and find stories like this and this.
So far, we’ve manage one goal in spite of him.
Stacy McCain has a post up analyzing the Democrats “How Dare You?” defense of the Benghazi fiasco.
It seems to me that the Democrats’ positions is best summed up by the remark made by Rep. Simpson (D-Springfield)—
Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that’s even remotely true.
UPDATE—Roger L. Simon reflects on Hillary de Medici.
The Battle of Puebla took place on 5 May, 1862, near the city of Puebla during the French intervention in Mexico. The date is observed in the state of Puebla to commemorate the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces.
Although Mexican citizens feel very proud of the meaning of Cinco de Mayo, it is not a national holiday in Mexico, but it is an official holiday in the State of Puebla where the battle took place and in the neighboring State of Vera Cruz. However, all public schools are closed nation-wide in Mexico on 5 May.
The Daily Caller report that North Korea has its missile forces on alert and aimed at US targets.
UPDATE—The Telegraph reports that the Nork’s target list includes Washington, DC; Hawaii; Los Angeles; and Austin, Texas.
The first three targets make sense, but Austin? Someone should tell them, “Don’t mess with Texas.”
Generalissimo Francisco Franco reports the Lt. Col. Hugo Chavez is still dead.
Generalissimo Francisco Franco was unavailable for comment.
UPDATE—Rumor has it that Lt. Col. Hugo Chavez was greeted with the words, “Pleased to meet you. Hope you’ve guess my name.”