Matt Bevin vs. James Comer: Kentucky-GOV GOP primary race still up in the air.

Matt Bevin vs. James Comer: Kentucky-GOV GOP primary race still up in the air.

The GOP Kentucky gubernatorial primary results are still up in the air. Joy. ...

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends: #FakeRape, 2016 and Foreign Policy

Welcome back to the Burueau of Alcohol Tobacco and Friends! This week, regular panelists F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Neal Dewing of The Federalist, and Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk are joined by Heather Wilhelm of RealClearPolitics (filling in for Scott Lincicome) and Brandon Finnigan of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk. Conversation topics this week will include | Read More »

The Houston Chronicle’s Dylan Baddour (@DylanBaddour) Lied About Ted Cruz

Dylan Baddour is a “reporter” for the Houston Chronicle and penned a blatant lie grossly mischaracterizing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100%. In fact, Dylan Baddour’s lie was so dishonest and blatant that the Houston Chronicle has been forced to revise his article. As Caleb Howe notes at Truth Revolt, Cruz was on the Eric Metaxas radio program talking about the United States’s | Read More »

UPDATE [Video]: Rick Perry Pitches Executive Experience and an Optimistic Outlook for America at #SRLC2015

Today Rick Perry made his most extensive case yet for nominating someone with proven, executive experience. In his speech to a fired up crowd at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Perry hit hard on a recurring theme of his campaign, his decades of executive experience as the Governor of Texas. Whether the former governor of Texas was discussing the advance | Read More »

The Emma Sulkowicz Generation

Columbia University recently held its commencement ceremonies, which gives us all another reason to talk about one of the worst people in America, Emma Sulkowicz. For those who are unfamiliar with this particular sordid tale, Emma Sulkowicz was a Columbia university student who claimed that she was brutally raped by a friend named Paul Nungesser. There was only one one problem with Sulkowicz’s tale – it | Read More »

Scientific fraud revealed. Progressives hardest hit.

If power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely, the same can be said about progressivism. The best example of this found in academia where the humanities and social sciences have been so adulterated by the deceit and stupidity of left wing academics that they have become a drag on civilization.  Usually this bastardization of learning takes place with the full acquiescence of people who know | Read More »

Repeal Obamacare Through Reconciliation

I know there are lots of folks who are tired of hearing about repealing Obamacare. There are reasons, however, for the GOP in Congress to continue beating the repeal drum. First, the law remains persistently and broadly unpopular, which is almost historically unprecedented for a law that was essentially billed as an entitlement program. Second, the law continues to have a ruinous effect on employment | Read More »

Cuomo’s Revenge?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to make a career at McDonalds more lucrative. He wants to raise the minimum wage to $11.50 in new york city and $10.50 in the rest of the state, and he’s specifically targeting the fast food market, a subset of the restaurant industry. While many are concerned that Governor Cuomo is abusing his authority by attempting to raise the wage | Read More »

Follow the Money: Export-Import Bank

“There are two types of businesses: successful ones that don’t need financial assistance from the government, and unsuccessful ones that don’t deserve it.” This line from Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint in a recent column perfectly underscores the reason for principled opposition to the Export-Import Bank by conservatives. Unfortunately, a major entity in the business world with whom conservatives often find common political ground is | Read More »

Special Obamacare Enrollment Period Not Working Out so Well

Since many people only learned of their tax penalty for not getting health insurance in 2014 when they were doing their taxes this year, and because Obamacare is so confusing in general, the federal government authorized a special extended enrollment period for both the federal exchange, the District of Columbia’s exchange, and the exchanges of 11 states. Monday, took to Twitter to announce the | Read More »








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