Monday, March 16, 2015

BREAKING: Hillary Email Scandal, Key Document Surfaces in New York

PPPS (Chapaqua, NY)—Thanks to the efforts of our Chief Investigative Reporter, Poirot Pete, the Pundit Pete Press Service has uncovered a key document in the recent controversy surrounding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account.

Poirot Pete, posing as an undocumented worker at a local paper recycling drop off in Chapaqua, New York, uncovered this memo, purportedly from Huma Abedin to Hillary Clinton, and referencing the sorting of Hillary's emails using key words and phrases. The memo appears to contain personal notes from Secretary Clinton revising the list of key words and directing the email search and deletion of non-relevant emails.

Although our handwriting expert, Penmanship Pete, has yet to confirm the validity of the memo and notes, the memorandum does appear to validate Secretary Clinton's assertion that the email account on the server was often used for personal and charity business, and seldom for official State Department correspondence. Based upon this memo, it is safe to conclude that Secretary Clinton has fully complied with the State Department request to turn over relevant documents, and that only emails unrelated to her work as Secretary were actually deleted.

It is our hope that this memorandum, uncovered through the efforts of a PPPS reporter, will settle this issue, and allow Ms. Clinton to assume her rightful role as our nation's first woman President, without further controversy.

Update March 21, 2015:
Now Huma Abedin is Being Scrutinized for Possible Corruption - DC Clothesline

Monday, February 23, 2015

Georgia Middle-School Kid Doubles Down on Rudy's Remarks About Obama's Love for America

PPPS (Atlanta) A 12-year old Georgia middle school kid named CJ Pearson, after hearing former Mayor Rudy Giuliani suggest that President Obama does not love America, decided to double down on Rudy's remark and post his own thoughts on YouTube.

No further commentary is needed, as this young Patriot is pretty clear in his opinion.

H/T Suzi Q Starr and Western Journalism.

At a news conference today, members of the Press pressed Governor Scott Walker to denounce the CJ Pearson comments.

Walker declined, suggesting that they might want to bring the matter up at the next White House Press Briefing and let the President respond to the 12-year old, if he has the guts to do so.

The mainstream media immediately went with the headline "Walker is a Coward; Avoids Comment From 12-year old."

Ok, Ok. Now a Real UPDATE: Of course, this conservative kid got his Facebook page shut down. Go figure. Can't have any 12-year old's spouting rational thought and opinions - what if it was contageous.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Federal Court Ruling in Texas on Immigration Policy: Advice From Pleader Pete

PPPS (Littleton)—Our in-house attorney, Pleader Pete, has some legal advice for Congress regarding the recent ruling on President Obama's executive action on immigration by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Texas.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Tea Party - One Pete's Perspective

PPPS (Littleton)—As we approach the sixth anniversary of the beginning of Tea Party movement, we thought we would present some recollections from those involved. Our first is from Persnickety Pete, renowned malcontent, and author of the book some call the bible of the Tea Party movement, Manufacturing Anger.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

President Obama's New Foreign Policy Instills Fear in Tyrants and Terrorists Around the World

PPPS (Washington)—President Obama on Friday released a new foreign policy doctrine that is sure to instill fear in the hearts of tyrants and terrorists around the world.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Is the Brian Williams Criticism A Bit Over the Top?

PPPS (Littleton)—With the entire news business abuzz with the embarrassing revelations surrounding NBC News anchor Brian Williams' rhetorical embellishments, and his subsequent suspension, we asked this question:

Is the Brian Williams criticism a bit over the top? 

Then we received this clever graphic from an anonymous reader, and the answer of course is:


Update March 9, 2015: Did Brian Williams bury stories that hurt the Obama administration? —HotAir

Monday, February 2, 2015

New Hashtag #ProgressivePrivilege Trending Today on Twitter

PPPS (Littleton)—In the wake of all the Super Bowl buzz, there is a puzzling new term trending on Twitter today. 

The PPPS staff and journalists at other major news networks are at a loss to explain the phrase #ProgressivePrivilege or its sudden popularity, but our own Social Media Director, #PoundsignPete, was able to isolate the source.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

John Kerry Graces Cover of New French Satire Magazine: PETIE PEBDO

PPPS (Paris)—As the Pundit Pete Press Service expands its media footprint across the globe, we are proud to announce the launch of our new French language satire magazine, PETIE PEBDO.

Headquartered at an undisclosed location in Paris, PETIE PEBDO will be run by two of our experienced staff, Chief EU Correspondent, Pierre Pete, and Investigative Reporter, Poirot Pete. Editorial content will be supplemented with artwork and cartoons from Pixel Pete and Pencil Pete.

Our inaugural edition has been sent off to the printers and will be on newsstands soon. Here, to wet those famous French appetites, is the cover from that first edition, featuring U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry. 

Sunday, January 11, 2015

JE SUIS CHARLIE - Colorado bridge message in support of France

Place de la République - Evgeny Feldman photo
PPPS (Littleton)—Millions of French citizens and several world leaders, rallied in Paris earlier today in defiance of Islamic terrorists.

Unfortunately, President Obama, was not among them.

Two community members of Littleton, Colorado, Citizen Caryn and Citizen Pete, sought to remedy that shameful absense in their own small way, by posting a message in solidarity with the French people on a local pedestrian bridge.


Message on Bridge to Nowhere posted 11-Jan-2015 (click to enlarge)
While they were on the bridge, they noticed a man taking several photos from the street. The man then came up on the bridge, and after apologizing for not knowing much English, simply said "Merci".

He turned out to be a French man named Tyler. 

Citizens Caryn and Pete said that one comment really made their day!

Update January 13, 2015: Our bridge message was covered by Colorado Peak Politics.

Update January 14, 2015:  

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Paris Terror Attack - We Pray For and Stand With Our Brothers and Sisters in Satire

PPPS (Paris)—We stand with our brothers and sisters in satire. 

Please share this graphic in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo

Lord, shine your light on the people of Paris and especially those friends and family members of Charlie Hebdo and the police killed in today's terrorist attack. Bring them healing and comfort and courage in their grief. And for the French people, turn their righteous anger into commitment and a testament to Your love, that evil shall not prevail and that truth shall not be silenced. Amen.

Please go to the Charlie Hebdo web site and share their message in the language of your choosing.  


Other posts from around the web:

Kirby Delauter, 'Charlie Hebdo.' and the Limits of Our Bravery - Washington Free Beacon

The Future Belongs to Charlie Hebdo - by Kyle Shideler, Center for Security Policy

First Hand Account From the Terrorist Attack on Charlie-Hebdo - Claire Berlinski

The Media Owes Charlie Hebdo An Apology - by Rusty at Mental Recession

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Lost Ski Areas Book Project Impacts PPPS Production in 2014 - An Apology to Our Readers

Caryn at Vail in 1962
PPPS (Littleton)—As we wrap up 2014 at the Pundit Pete Press Service, we must offer an apology to our readers. 

You see, two of our most loyal readers (and sometimes contributors), Citizen Caryn and Citizen Pete, launched into a fascinating book project about the history of lost ski areas in Colorado. 

So many PPPS staff members became consumed with helping Caryn and Pete with their research, however, that they almost completely neglected their Press Service duties. 

PPPS staff members conducting research
(US Forest Service photo)
The result was a decidedly downhill decline in the number of PPPS stories posted, from 47 in 2013 to only 23 in 2014.  

The good news is that, with the help of the PPPS staff and many others around the state, Caryn and Pete were able to publish this absolutely fabulous book, Lost Ski Areas of Colorado's Front Range and Northern Mountains.  

We encourage those with a love of skiing or history to purchase copies online from the History Press (where Caryn & Pete will get a larger royalty).

Copies are also available online from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, and at bookstores throughout Colorado, including: The Tattered Cover; the Book Bar; and Off the Beaten Path in Steamboat Springs.

Saturday, December 6, 2014

BREAKING VIDEO: Racist Cop Shoots at Back of Fleeing Unarmed Man

PPPS (Bedford Falls)—In the midst of our crisis in race relations between police and communities across our nation, PPPS received this exclusive video of an out-of-control local police officer shooting at the back of a fleeing unarmed man after allegedly being punched.


Thursday, November 20, 2014

President Obama's Immigration Reform Action - What It Means

PPPS (Littleton)—In anticipation of President Obama's announcement and pending executive order on Immigration Reform we asked our talented graphic artist, Pixel Pete, to summarize the President's action from the perspective of an average citizen.

Update: Our crack research staff found these quotes in Pundit Pete Quotes which relate to our President's exercise of executive powers. 

From Pundit Pete Quotes (click to enlarge)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

A Tale of Two Elections

PPPS (Littleton)—In comparing the anticipated outcome of next week's election to the last one in 2012, we are reminded of quotes by two giants of American history and culture:

A Tale of Two Elections

On the 2012 Presidential Election:

"It's easier to fool people, than to convince them they have been fooled." —Mark Twain 

On the 2014 Midterm Election:

"Whenever our affairs go obviously wrong, the good sense of the people will interpose and set them to rights." 

—Thomas Jefferson

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Does Dr Ben Carson Face Minority Backlash for Stepping Out From His Hospital Hood?

Dr. Ben Carson & Pundit Pete
PPPS (Denver)—PPPS Chief Correspondent, Pundit Pete, caught up with conservative brain surgeon Dr. Ben Carson after his speech at the Western Conservative Summit last night.

After exchanging pleasantries and a handshake, Pundit Pete got down to the business of a true journalist by asking the type of hard hitting question that the mainstream media would never ask.

Pete's question addresses the sensitive subject of minority backlash as Dr. Carson steps out from his hospital hood into the tough world of politics.

You will be surprised by Dr. Carson's answer.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Border News: Obama May Have Mocked the Moat, But Did It Get Built?

PPPS (Ft. Hancock, TX)—On May 10, 2011, on his first trip to visit the border near El Paso, President Obama declared the border more secure than ever, and then went on to mock GOP opponents for wanting to move the goal posts all the time. 

He said "Maybe they'll want a moat. Maybe they'll want alligators in the moat."  

But PPPS has learned that the Obama administration, in their unceasing effort to secure the border, has gone on to make a mockery of the President's mock, and has actually constructed a 15-mile long border moat along the Rio Grande between Fort Hancock and Esperanza, TX (about 40 miles southeast of El Paso). 

Here is an aerial view of the new border moat obtained from Google Earth. 

Readers are encouraged to check out the entire 15-mile length on Google Earth.

West end coordinates:
31°14'54"N, 105°50'16"W

East end coordinates:
31° 7'19"N, 105°39'59"W

PPPS has not yet confirmed whether there are any alligators in the moat.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Breaking: President Obama Resolves Border Crisis With Executive Order

PPPS (Tegucigalpa)—Through unnamed sources at the U.S. Embassy in Honduras, chief Latin American correspondent Pedro Pete has just learned that President Obama today signed a new Executive Order which clarifies U.S. immigration policy involving refugees from Central America and other regions. The President briefly diverted Secretary Kerry from his successful peace mission in the Middle East to solicit input on the new policy from several Latin American leaders.

Old Homeland Security Logo
Although a formal copy of the executive order will not be made available until sometime after the November elections, some of the new policies are already being implemented.

Included in the order are provisions to streamline processing of refugees and to make the border crossing a less intimidating experience for undocumented immigrants, many of whom carry the stigma of their entry status long after they have taken up permanent residence in the U.S.
More welcoming enforcement.

Words like illegal, alien, non-citizen and unlawful are being removed from the border enforcement lexicon, and replaced with more welcoming terms.

Perhaps the most visible change will be evident almost immediately, as the traditional U.S. Department of Homeland logo, which appears on caps and uniforms of several enforcement agencies, is replaced with this new, more modern design.
New Homeland Security Logo

Related Update: Following criticism from both Democrats and Republicans in Texas concerning the border crisis, and after learning about Ascarate Golf Course in El Paso, President Obama has agreed to alter his upcoming Texas fundraising trip to include a visit to the border.

Beautiful Ascarate Golf Course on the U.S./Mexico border.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

President Obama's 10-Point Crisis Management Plan

(click to enlarge)
PPPS (Washington)—In a world of seemingly out-of-control events it is comforting to know that our President has developed and follows a well thought out crisis management plan to solve both domestic and international problems as they arise.

Our Chief White House Correspondent, Political-Beat Pete, was able to obtain a copy of President Obama's plan from his sources on the White House staff. This 10-Point Crisis Management Plan is part of the President's larger 2014 Year of Action which he articulated during his 2014 State of the Union Speech.

Crisis Management - President Obama's 10-Point Plan

Step 1 - Manufacture a crisis to avoid discussion about actual problems that the majority of citizens care about and want fixed.
Step 2 - Use phone to encourage mainstream media friends and other Democrats to talk about the "crisis".
Step 3 - Demonize and humiliate people who point out that the "crisis" is not a real crisis. Give their names to the IRS.
Step 4 - Use pen to create new government policy or to change or ignore an old policy (sometimes called a law) to solve the "crisis".
Step 5 - Ignore warnings from advisers and political opposition (Tea Party) about obvious disastrous consequences of Step 4.
Step 6 - Ignore real data from government agencies and outside experts about mounting disastrous consequences of Step 4.
Step 7 - Read in news about Step 4 consequences. Express shock and outrage. Declare a new crisis.
Step 8 - Do nothing for a while (play golf or pool).
Step 9 - Use pointer to blame Congress (and Tea Party) for causing the new crisis and for not caring about fixing the new (or the old) crisis.
Step 10 - Repeat Step 1 or go to Step 4 (optional shortcut).

Friday, May 30, 2014

Will President Obama Be Able to Mend Fences With Veterans?

PPPS (Washington, DC)—With new stories of delays in healthcare benefits for our nation's veterans being exposed almost every day, it is comforting to know that at least once in the past five years the Obama administration was able to respond quickly in a way which impacted veterans.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Honoring Our Fallen Who Keep Us Free

PPPS (Littleton)—In honor of those who have served and died to defend our country and our freedoms we include this post from Memorial Day, 2012.