Do Or Do Not. There Is No Try.
Republicans in the Congress are beginning to use the word “try.” They will try to defund Planned Parenthood. But the President has a veto and they do not have the votes to override the veto. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) 47% has moved from try to “can’t.” He says Republicans cannot defund Planned Parenthood because of the President’s veto. This is really, really | Read More »
“The sick irony of President Barack Obama’s administration is that he often compares himself to Abraham Lincoln. But he is perfectly happy to let Planned Parenthood sell off black children in bits and pieces as property.”We have passed the point where Nazi comparisons are inappropriate. In the latest video about Planned Parenthood, if you want to watch it, you will see an admission that some | Read More »
July 30, 1755. Massacre at Drapers Meadow
July 30 started out normal in the frontier settlement of Drapers Meadow, Virginia (this corresponds roughly to the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA). The locals, about twenty settlers — mostly Ulster Scots but with a few Palatine Germans thrown into the mix — were carrying out their daily chores. Mary Robertson Draper was doing laundry in a creek. John Draper, Mary’s husband, and | Read More »
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: Planned Parenthood, Obama Admin Emails, and 2016
Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! Tonight, Andrea Ruth of Pocket Full of Liberty joins the regular panel featuring F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk, Neal Dewing of the Federalist, and Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute to talk Planned Parenthood, the various scandals surrounding the Obama Administration emails, and | Read More »
Millennials and Abortion
This is an almost two-month old opinion piece at the Botson Globe, but it fits in well with what’s going on today. Millennials have also grown up amid the grim images of abortion and its aftermath. For many, the willful destruction of life in the womb seems less an act of “reproductive freedom” than an act of violence against an innocent victim. All of them | Read More »
The Growth of Microbrew Beer, Craft Cocktails and Fine Wine
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Karen Hamilton and Mary Bauer from Lagunitas Brewing Company to talk about beer and their new brewery in Chicago. Then Neal Dewing from The Federalist stops by to talk cocktails, and finally, wine columnist Dave McIntyre discusses the growth of the wine industry and his favorite wines.
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The Center for Medical Progress and Our Broken Rule of Law
The ongoing Planned Parenthood scandal is a fascinating story that has a lot of facets that illustrate many disturbing aspects of American society. Although it is difficult to do so, I’m going to ask readers here to set aside the horrifying aspects related to abortion and the sale of baby parts for a moment to focus on one particular aspect that has largely gone unnoticed. | Read More »
New polls: Trump in the lead nationwide and Trump beats Bush in Florida
A couple of new polls have been released that are significant for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, they both have reputable sample sizes and are actual surveys, not the trash you get from You.gov and Zogby Interactive. Second they show Donald Trump with a substantial lead over any of his rivals. First up, and the juiciest, is one by the Saint Petersburg Times. | Read More »