Shutdown to be revisited in fall of 2015?
Should be something to see.Read More »
Anti-Jewish Bigot Visigoth Holidays grow tenuous anytime the party runs low on beer and barbecue. I’ve posted the primary remaining raison d’etre of the Postmodern Progressive ...
If you are in the Chicago area, next weekend you can come watch me reach a personal milestone. I’m delivering my first actual sermon. And that’s the prayer request. I enrolled at Reformed Theological Seminary last year and have begun pursuing my Masters in Biblical Studies. I decided against the M.Div because I really don’t have the time to master Greek and Hebrew. I started | Read More »
T he DC City Council passed a law with the Orwellian name of “Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act of 2014″ (RHNDA). The bill seems sort of innocuous. I mean how often is anyone really fired because of their method of birth control? How does that conversation come up in a work place? For the purposes of this section, the term “reproductive health decisions” includes a | Read More »
With the first enhanced majority—as Newt Gingrich called it—in the House and Senate, we in the rank-and-file GOP are being treated to a the skilled governing of our leadership team, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Mitch McConnellSenate Republican Average67% and Speaker Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)Heritage ActionScorecardRep. John BoehnerHouse Republican AverageN/A. Gingrich waxes poetic about Boehner’s ability to govern. The process of governing itself isn’t enough, however. Liberals | Read More »
Chris Cuomo is the privileged son of Mario Cuomo. He is a liberal. He is a Democrat. He is a licensed attorney. But on CNN he plays an objective reporter who pretends to not be liberal. He is a liberal. And in fact, off air, Cuomo is very openly a liberal. He also lets the facade down on twitter. Cuomo, did I mention he was | Read More »
For people who constantly bleat about free speech and things “chilling” debate, the American left has gone full-bore Trotskyite in the wake of the terrorist attack in Garland, Texas. Instead of asking reasonable questions (like: why are we coddling obvious terrorists? why is an American Muslim congressman trying to prevent someone from obtaining a visa to the US based on their beliefs? and, yes, why | Read More »
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Sean Parnell to discuss his book, Outlaw Platoon, the struggles veterans face when they return home and if movies like American Sniper have raised public awareness of these issues.Read More »
What if I told you Canada has a province known for oil, cowboys, and conservative politics? It’s true, Alberta is like that. What if I told you that conservative activists in Alberta got sick of the establishment party of that province, and so stood up a new party that stands for, in the words of Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean, “smart spending, balanced budgets, and | Read More »
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee yesterday declared his intention to seek the Presidency of the United States. The media immediately seized on Huckabee as the “Christian” in the race — editorially pigeonholing Huckabee. They have done so at their own peril. Huckabee will prove himself far deeper and more expansive on issues than the media wants to believe. To be sure, Huckabee is a former | Read More »