Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi Thinks She Knows More Than the Catholic Church

By on 6.16.14 | 2:53PM

The state of California, the city of San Francisco, and the Twelfth Congressional District of California are very upset with Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.

In spreading the tradition of the Catholic Church, the San Francisco archbishop is speaking at the National Organization for Marriage’s June 19 march. The teachings of that march, according to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, are “venom masquerading as virtue.”

Apparently, Pelosi learned the fundamentals of virtue during her twenty-six years in Congress.  

Indeed, the congresswoman asked in a letter to the archbishop, “If someone is gay and is searching for the Lord and has good will, then who am I to judge him?”

Last week, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee penned their own joint letter promoting “reconciliation rather than division and hatred.”

Why are these politicians, who parade themselves as loving moralists, practicing self-aggrandizement masquerading as tolerance?  

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Fat Chance, But…

By on 10.28.10 | 1:40PM

Politics Daily reports that North Carolina Democrat Rep. Heath Shuler says he may run for Speaker against Nancy Pelosi if his party keeps control of the House. The disclosure came in his debate with Republican opponent Jeff Miller:

During the debate, Shuler said, "If there is no viable alternative [to Pelosi], I will be running for speaker of the house."

Later, Miller pressed the congressman for details. "You're saying you would not vote for Nancy Pelosi for speaker?" Miller said.

"If that's the alternative, I will be voting for myself," Shuler answered.

"If she's there, you wouldn't vote for her? You'd vote for yourself?" Miller clarified.

Shuler replied, "I don't know how I can be any clearer. I can do as good a job as anybody in the U.S. Congress, because I can actually bring people together."

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Pelosi: Raising Money for Democrats More Important Than Voters in San Francisco

By on 10.15.10 | 9:02PM

Explaining why she has refused to debate her Republican challenger, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that raising money for Democratic candidates "across the country" is a higher priority for her."

A video posted at Republican John Dennis's Web site, shows Pelosi being asked, ""Would you be open to debating your Republican opponent John Dennis in San Francisco?"

Pelso reponds: "Let me tell you what my priorities are. My priorities are to elect a Democratic Congress. In order to do that, it is essential for me - time is money for me. [Traveling] around this country, to amass the resources to put my candidates on TV. Whether I get a bigger majority or not in my district is not the point."

Dennis first requested a debate with Pelosi a month ago, and recorded a humorous video about her refusal to debate:

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YouTube Bans Pelosi Opponent’s ‘Wicked Witch’ Video; Political Pressure Suspected

By on 9.29.10 | 12:30AM

A campaign video for Republican John Dennis, challenging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in California's 8th District, has been removed from YouTube.com.

The ad, which depicted Pelosi as the Wicked Witch of the West, went "viral" after being linked by the Drudge Report, and had gotten more than 600,000 page views. The video was removed after complaints of copyright infringement from EMI Publishing, which holds rights to the musical "The Wizard of Oz."

One legal source familiar with the case said the copyright-infringement claim was "sub-frivolous," as the video was protected under the "fair use" doctrine.

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The Most Informative Campaign Yard Sign I’ve Ever Seen

By on 9.26.10 | 7:54PM

This was taken on a pretty busy thoroughfare in south Raleigh. The three Democrat congressmen listed on the sign -- Bob Etheridge, Brad Miller and David Price -- all have significant portions of their districts in North Carolina's state capital.

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When the Lights Go Down, It Ain’t Pretty

By on 4.22.10 | 1:40PM

The Drudge-linked CNSNews story about Nancy Pelosi's press conference to announce new $140,000 "green" lighting in the House cafeteria reports the new fixtures "will take almost 10 years to pay off in saved energy.
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Buyer Remorse

By 2.1.10

What's behind Indiana Republican's unexpected retirement?
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