David Limbaugh: Conservative syndicated political columnist and author

Let’s Hope the Loony Left Keeps Exposing Itself

February 3, 2017

How deliciously ironic that the unhinged Democrats are fueling, not paralyzing, President Donald Trump and energizing, not intimidating, his supporters — whose numbers are growing. The entire liberal establishment — from the cultural crybabies to the lefty campus snowflakes to the mainstream media to the leading Democratic politicians — is having a nervous breakdown, and […]

Pot-Kettle Media Call Trump Insecure

January 27, 2017

The Associated Press reports that President Donald Trump is “dogged by insecurity over his loss of the popular vote” and over “media coverage,” but I have a different idea about whose insecurity is on display. The entire liberal establishment and rank-and-file leftists remain in denial over Trump’s victory. They convinced themselves from the beginning that […]

Obama’s Inexcusable Commutation

January 20, 2017

I highly doubt that President Obama commuted Chelsea Manning’s sentence out of compassion — and suspect it was just one more slap in America’s face on his way out the door. Out of all the possible beneficiaries of his presidential pardon pen, why would Obama single out this unrepentant traitor for leniency? Well, Manning was […]

Liberals Are Putting Conservatism, Not Just Sen. Sessions, on Trial

January 13, 2017

The Senate confirmation hearings for Sen. Jeff Sessions’ attorney general nomination show that the liberal establishment learned nothing from the 2016 elections and will continue to wage war on conservatives as if they were enemies of the republic — and humanity. Democratic attacks on Sessions are not grounded in any concern that he is a […]

Petty Partisanship From an Exiting Obama

January 6, 2017

I don’t know about you, but I feel a strong sense of optimism in the air. However, neither President Obama nor his Democratic Party shares it, and the Democrats are gearing up for obstruction mode — not a renewed period of cooperation, which they always demand when they’re in power. American businesses are relieved that […]

Apologies to Israel, but Help Is on the Way

December 30, 2016

I am not surprised at President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry’s parting insults to Israel, but they are nonetheless unconscionable. Thank goodness Obama is on the way out and the restoration of our relationship will soon begin. It wasn’t enough for Obama to betray Israel by abstaining from voting on, rather than […]

Democrats Care About Their Power, Not About Russian Hacking

December 23, 2016

Isn’t it interesting that it took an electoral barnyard beat-down to get the Democrats interested in Russian hacking? A drubbing by Donald Trump has done wonders to focus their minds. How ironic that Democrats became apoplectic about Trump’s alleged coziness with Russia during the campaign when they’ve been Russia’s apologists for years. They are the […]

Obama’s National Security Report Card — Unsatisfactory

December 9, 2016

In his speech at MacDill Air Force Base, President Obama bragged that he has made America safer while preserving America’s values. The incessant self-absorption is annoying enough, but the self-delusion puts it over the top. Whether he’s talking the economy or national security, he always paints a picture of his performance that contradicts reality. Do […]

It’s Obama, Not the American People, Who Won’t Listen

December 2, 2016

You have to give President Barack Obama credit for one thing: consistency. Nothing is ever his fault. Nothing will ever be his fault. Faulting Fox News and the American people, on the other hand, now that’s a different story. Do you remember when Obama traipsed around the country and desperately pleaded with Americans to vote […]

Obama’s Disconnects and Delusions

November 18, 2016

President Obama, in Greece, said world leaders should learn from the U.S. presidential election and pay attention to the public’s fears and frustration about the economy. Why? He never has. How can a man living in such a fantasy world presume to tell other people how to perceive others and react to problems as if […]

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