The Week In Pictures

The Week in Pictures: Mother’s Day Edition

Featured image Mother’s Day isn’t officially being observed until next weekend, but Mother’s Day came a week ahead of time in Baltimore, where real fathers seem to be as scarce as city fathers. Plus we got the lowest-attended major league baseball game in history. Bruce Jenner is the new honorary chair of Women’s Republican Clubs, to the supreme annoyance of the Diversity Enforcers everywhere. And Hillary has a challenger: Go Bernie! And »

The Week in Pictures: Hillarypalooza, The Sequel

Featured image Look, if the old Chevy Chase National Lampoon Vacation films can be rebooted, why can’t we continue to give the boot and reboot to Hillary, who is the gift that keeps on giving (though like the Vacation sequels, less and less satisfying every time)? Maybe her fundraising strategy should be called “Cash for Clunkers”? And finally. . . »

The Week in Pictures: Hillarypalooza Edition

Featured image Has there ever been a more bizarre and more feckless presidential campaign launch than Hillary 2016? The nation might—might—be “Ready for Hillary,” but Hillary doesn’t look ready for us. Democratic elders must be privately in a state of panic: at least when Howard Dean melted down (or Ed Muskie in 1972—recall that he had the nomination locked up too, according to all the experts), there was a bench of other »

The Week in Pictures: Ready for Hillary Edition

Featured image So Hillary’s in tomorrow, with what we are told will be a “low key” launch on “social media.”  There’s never anything “low key” about the anti-social Mrs. Bill, but I suspect this low key launch may serve her well when her campaign runs into deep trouble and she withdraws over some sudden “health issue.”  (Either that or she’ll discover she’s “dead broke” again.)  She can say she was never really »

The Week in Pictures: Deal or No Deal Edition

Featured image Listening to the Obama administration trying to spin their Iran “framework” faster than a uranium centrifuge makes me think we’d be better off with Woody Allen as secretary of state rather than John Kerry; at least when Allen tells us he’s looking for “a framework to turn a concept into an idea,” we know he’s pulling our leg.  The Obama team really seem to believe their own B.S. And finally. »

The Week in Pictures: Centrifugal Farce Edition

Featured image Hard to know just what story merits top billing this weekend: Who Lost Yemen? Saving Private Bergdahl?  Harry Reid entering the past tense?  Or the continuing embarrassment of the Obama administration’s Iran diplomacy? (And these folks thought Reagan’s dealings with Iran were naive and irresponsible. . .) The world burns and the storm continues to gather. . .  (Headline hat tip: RS.)   Yes, it’s been a long photo lineup »

The Week in Pictures: Bibi Gun Edition

Featured image On Thursday it was announced that President Obama started wearing a fancy Fitbit on his right wrist—the kind that tracks everything including your heartbeat rate, sleeping, probably blood pressure, as well as playing tunes if your smart phone is nearby.  (And if Obama does have a smart phone, it would be the only smart thing in the White House.)  I’m guessing the White House physician ordered the Fitbit as a »

The Week in Pictures: Madam Hillary Edition

Featured image Really—is there any other possible theme for this week?  Not even the disappearance and rumored death of Vladimir Putin could knock Hillary’s meltdown of the top of the news list.  I haven’t had this much fun since Monica’s blue dress.  Quick: someone fetch Doc Brown and his DeLorean: It’s back to the 1990s. But there was other news this week. . . Obama is still president. And finally. . . »

The Week in Pictures: E-Mail Edition

Featured image So, this week we figured out who will be the Democratic Party ticket in 2016: Hillary Clinton and Lois Lerner.  They’re the perfect running mates, given their email proclivities. But Hillary may be jealous of Lerner, since Lerner appears to have even better email stonewalling skills than the Clintons.  Prediction: if they ever get their hands on Hillary’s personal email server, they’ll find some old Rose Law Firm records and »

The Week in Pictures: #FreeTheGrijalva7 Edition

Featured image Really, I haven’t had this much fun since Climategate (which, incidentally, I’ll be revisiting in the next couple of days).  But if you really want to see what a theater of the absurd the environmental world has become, check out the story about Sharon Stone being sued for backing out of an anti-Chevron protest in Eucador.  Seriously?  Sharon Stone is your protest headliner?  What—Leo DiCaprio wasn’t available?  Anyway, this week’s »

The Week in Pictures: Harfing Biden Edition

Featured image Oh my goodness, after a week like this, we almost need two photo/cartoon/meme spreads.  This week’s is without doubt the biggest and most politically incorrect Week in Pictures ever, and that’s before you get to the special video bonus for folks shivering to death in half the country from global warming climate change.  And what’s up with Vice Groper Joe Biden?  Is he planning on a post-Obama career in the »

The Week in Pictures: Media Rending of Garments Edition

Featured image So which is the worst news of the week if you are a denizen of the liberal media: Brian Williams getting the slow-motion sack, or Jon Stewart leaving The Daily Show?  We’re not done smacking Williams around since more and more tall tales are emerging, and of course we’re never done smacking Obama around. I think this fellow flunked his price theory class: Wait–can the BBC really identify someone this »

The Week in Pictures, Supplemental: Brian’s Song Edition

Featured image The ridicule and memes of Brian Williams are coming in faster than RPG rounds at an NBC News crisis management meeting, while Maureen Dowd writes today in the New York Times: WASHINGTON — THIS was a bomb that had been ticking for a while. NBC executives were warned a year ago that Brian Williams was constantly inflating his biography. They were flummoxed over why the leading network anchor felt that »

The Week in Pictures: Fraudcast News Edition

Featured image Did I ever tell you about the time I was hanging with Pablo Picasso, quaffing espresso at a Parisian cafe, and how I helped him conceive Guernica?  Oh, wait—no, I didn’t do that.  I had Picasso confused with my kid’s kindergarten finger painting project, and we were in McDonalds.  So easy to get these kind of things confused when you’re a busy newsman. And finally. . . »

The Week in Pictures: Super Bowl Edition

Featured image Everybody got their munchies locked and loaded?  I say Seattle by a fair margin, like last year.  New England looks distracted by all the deflated footballs silliness.  Speaking of playing with deflated footballs, Obama . . . oh never mind.  You know where that was going. And finally. . . »

The Week in Pictures: Barack ORobinHood Edition

Featured image Not much more to say about Obama’s deflated football of a State of the Union speech, but is there some kind of way we can float Obama and Michael Moore away on a one-person life raft somewhere? »

The Week in Pictures: Arms Are For Hugging Edition

Featured image No sooner does Les Gelb say the Obama Administration is incompetent at foreign policy than the Obama Administration goes out to prove Gelb right in spectacular fashion.  If you’d pitched The Onion the scenario of John Kerry going to Paris to offer France “a big hug,” and be serenaded by James Taylor, they would have thrown you out for being too ridiculous even for them.  It’s enough to make Joe »