Obama Refuses To Call the Genocide Of Christians By ISIS Genocide
The State Department is said to be on the brink of condemning ISIS for the genocide of the Yazidi sect in Iraq: The Obama administration is moving to designate the Islamic State’s murderous attacks on the Yazidi in Iraq an act of “genocide,” an extremely rare move intended to ratchet up international pressure against the terror organization, administration officials tell Yahoo News. The action, which | Read More »
From the Mailbag: It’s Mostly the Racism
For a long time, I have wondered why the Trump fans aren’t just Cruz fans. After all, if they are just looking for someone who fights, why aren’t they supporting someone who actually fights, and has been fighting for years, as opposed to someone who just pretends to fight so he can fool low information voters? Thankfully, we got an email yesterday from a Donna | Read More »
Six Simple* Step-By-Step Strategies To Keep Your Workplace Union-Free
* DISCLAIMER: There is nothing ‘easy’ about remaining union-free. Therefore, the term ‘simple’ in the title of this article should not be misconstrued to mean ‘easy.’ To many employers, the labor relations world has been frustratingly crazy for the past six years—and, with every new ruling from the pro-union National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—it gets even crazier almost by the day. This has only increased | Read More »
Adam Laxalt Takes on Obama. Sandoval Objects.
Adam Laxalt is challenging the federal government. This time it is related to federal sage grouse land use restrictions. This may not seem like a big deal, but it is worth noting that in a state where federal land control is massive and resented, the Republican Governor, Brian Sandoval is opposed to challenging Obama. What makes this so significant is that Laxalt was able to | Read More »
Why Hillary Clinton Is Too Old And Sick To Be President
Ever since Hillary Clinton announced her run for the presidency concerns have been raised in many quarters, by people of all political persuasions, that she was simply too old to hold the office if she was elected. Hillary, if elected, would be the second oldest person to win the office after Ronald Reagan. But where Reagan was very active throughout his life, Hillary is a | Read More »
Moms Demand Muslim Control
Prior to last Friday, this entire calendar year has basically been an excuse for the media to push gun control legislation. We have been “treated” to a nonstop barrage of the exploitation of tragedy by a media that does not even pretend to objectivity on this issue, and who claim that mass shootings are on the rise in spite of a complete lack of objective | Read More »
ISIS Is Islamic and Bruce Jenner is a Man
“France has done more damage to ISIS in one day than Barack Obama, a man who thinks Bruce Jenner is a woman and ISIS is not Islamic, has done in months of alleged conflict.” When ISIS tells us that they are Islamic, the American left says they are not. Though ISIS self-identifies as Islamic, the American left rejects that identification. When Bruce Jenner says he | Read More »
“Traditional” College Can Possess a Bloated Sense of Importance
It seems that college students increasingly believe that “Bread and Butter” careers are beneath them. The current trend of safe spaces at Mizzou and uprisings at Amherst show how these “regular” careers are disregarded and maligned. No, your degree in critical gender theory is not necessary for society to function efficiently. Yes, you have the freedom to pursue what you want, but a large dose | Read More »
Marco Rubio is right. Rand Paul seeks to weaken a nation.
We all love to look at the Clinton Foundation’s donors. Even Rand Paul says that foreign donations are thinly-veiled bribes to the Clintons. So why don’t we look at the donations going to Ron Paul, which he is hiding from public scrutiny? Given that the elder Paul has been defending Russia, don’t we have to question just why this is, and just how much money is | Read More »
Jihadists Aren’t The Boss of Me: The Terrible, Childish, Dangerous Thinking of the Left
The internet, and particularly the left side of it, is a never-ending source of head-scratchers, headdesks, and headaches. Among all the possible topic areas for such fails, foreign policy may be the worst and within that, global terrorism especially. It’s an area the left is notoriously bad at understanding, famously disinterested in as compared to domestic policy, and one in which their thinking can obviously | Read More »
Gloves Off: Rubio Says Cruz And Paul Have Voted To Weaken National Security
The gloves are certainly coming off in the GOP primary with just over 2 months to go before the Iowa caucuses. Senators , and have often been aligned in the Senate, focusing their attention on President Barack Obama. For the most part during the GOP primary race, the trio have largely directed their attacks on Hillary Clinton. The first sign things were going to start heating | Read More »
What this HuffPo complaint about Fallout 4 tells us about HuffPo’s flaws.
The Huffington Post apparently doesn’t really understand video games, either. At least, based on this Fallout 4 screed of theirs.
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There’s No Media Bias Here, Please Move Along
As the Labor Union wing of the Democrat Party continues to lose influence and power, West Virginia has become the latest state to consider Right to Work legislation. A West Virginia newspaper, the Charleston Gazette-Mail, carried a story on the battle yesterday, and they quoted a couple think tanks. Of course, the ridiculous title of the article was “Wages, Safety lower in Right to Work | Read More »
New Leftist #HotTake: “Syrian” Refugees Are Just Like the Jews In the 1930s
Writing at the Washington Post, one of their reporters, a guy named Ishaan Tharoor, claims, against all evidence: Europe’s fear of Muslim refugees echoes rhetoric of 1930s anti-Semitism. Tharoor, comes at this problem from the point of view of any other privileged Ivy League graduate who would never, ever have to live in the craphole he is trying to foist upon others. Small wonder: After | Read More »
How Reformers Want to Make It Harder for Law Enforcement to Keep Cash, Property They’ve Seized
PHILADELPHIA—In state capitals and courtrooms across the nation, lawmakers and lawyers are challenging a tool used by law enforcement to take property and cash from Americans who, in many cases, have not committed a crime. But in no other city is the convergence of efforts more evident than Philadelphia, where attempts to reform “policing for profit” aren’t limited to the state capitol and federal courts. | Read More »