Mo Brooks Stops The Outsourcing of Military Slots To Illegal Aliens In The NDAA
No Empire Which Makes Poor Policy Is Immune To Downfall. For most of its history, Rome’s military was the envy of the ancient world. But during the decline, the makeup of the once mighty legions began to change. Unable to recruit enough soldiers from the Roman citizenry, emperors like Diocletian and Constantine began hiring foreign mercenaries to prop up their | Read More »
Tech at Night: Combating Net Neutrality
We’ve exposed the entire Net Neutrality gimmick as a fraud. Netflix was lying, FCC was lying, none of it was honest. In fact they’re now turning antitrust into the next crisis not to waste. So now there are people out there trying to beat the Obama power grabs.
Jeb Bush Debates Jeb Bush. Guess Who Lost?
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. Jeb Bush predictably has to receive the hot potato that was Emperor Bush II’s invasion of Iraq. He decided he would be tactically supportive of his familial predecessor to the Royal Throne of The American Empire in an interview with Megan Kelly. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com This greatly miffed the vast pits of lucre that | Read More »
Islamic State seizes key portions of Ramadi, we’re-still-calling-it-Iraq.
Well. I guess we now know why it was suddenly important to ask all the Republican candidates whether they would have gone into to Iraq, knowing now what we knew then. It was done apparently to distract from the fact that the current Democratic President is still busy losing the war that the Republican President won for him: “Islamic State fighters took control of key sites | Read More »
Rick Perry Is (Almost) In
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry has a big announcement about “the future of this great country” according to a tweet from Anita Perry, the Governor’s wife. @AnitaPerryTX @GovernorPerry First Lady Anita Perry– truly great lady.— Larry Kudlow (@larry_kudlow) May 15, 2015 The link in the tweet goes to an Eventbrite page which invites you to Dallas, TX on June 4 to hear what the Perry’s | Read More »
Obama: that chlorine gas Syria is using, well I’m fine with it
On April 22, 1915, the German army launched an attack to reduce the Allied salient at Ypres, Belgium. After the preparatory bombardment died down, the Germans released chlorine gas from canisters (5730 90-lb canisters) they had moved to the frontline trenches. The gas, which is heavier than air, was propelled by the wind and seeped into trenches manned by French reservists and colonial troops. Panic | Read More »
NATO foreign ministers meet to discuss Russian aggression
I’m thinking of giving up blogging. Maybe I’ve lived too long (there are many who would vote ‘yes’ on that question). Maybe the world has changed in ways that leaves me a stranger. I could handle homosexual marriage and the idea that some people think Obama is an “orator” and the notion that three lesbians could “marry” and do whatever it is they want to | Read More »
Shining a Light on the Dark Web
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the Dark Web, what goes on there and the government’s efforts to search it.
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Defending Marriage & Religious Liberty: Where Is Texas?
“Texas has two weeks left to stand up for religious liberty.” It sure didn’t take long to miss Rick Perry’s leadership in Texas. As I have written here many times, there is a war waging against people of faith and the values we hold. Nowhere is that more evident than the war on marriage that soon likely will culminate in another Supreme Court decree, this | Read More »
Iran bill passes; the Constitution continues to die
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 54% and Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) N/A%, with the willful acquiescence of most of the GOP, have in one act abrogated their responsibility, gutted the Constitution, and put the US on an irreversible glide slope towards a nuclear war involving Iran. The House on Thursday passed legislation requiring congressional review of a nuclear deal with | Read More »
Hey Free Beacon! Don’t Forget This George Stephanopoulos Story
I call for the Washington Free Beacon to remember this story. I didn’t think at the time that it got the attention it deserved. But with the latest George Stephanopoulos story, I think it is time to revisit this. The Free Beacon exposed the Clinton Foundation donations and Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager interning for Stephanpoulos. The Politico story from 2009 pointed out that the Clinton | Read More »
This is a must read by Howard Kurtz on the George Stephanopoulos mess. The key paragraph for me is this: For George to give money to the Clinton Foundation, out of all possible charities, knowing full well that Hillary was gearing up to run, is a grave error in judgment. For him not to disclose this to his network or to viewers—especially when he was | Read More »
The Believer In the Public Square
On Saturday, I’ll deliver my first actual sermon at an Apologetics conference in Chicago. I submit it here now for your consideration. Frankly, if I keep staring at it, I’m going to make changes again, so I’m getting it in the wild now. It’s written to be spoken, which I have not done in a long time. This is actually one of the most difficult | Read More »
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends: Amtrak, Iraq, and the Latest from Capitol Hill
Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! This week, the always #caring Townhall columnist Kurt Schlichter joins regular panelists Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Neal Dewing of the Federalist, and Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk to discuss the tragic Amtrak derailment, how the 2016 hopefuls respond to the Iraq | Read More »
Follow the Money: Ceres Conference 2015
Just a short drive across the Coast Ranges of California from the drought stricken Central Valley, business elites are meeting at The Fairmont San Francisco this week for the annual Ceres Conference to advance the liberal environmental agenda. Of course, according to the event homepage, “climate change” is to blame for “torrential rain events” and “unprecedented drought” making “the time ripe for creative disruption”. We’re | Read More »