Black Lives Matter & All Lives Matter Both Get it Wrong
In recent months, we have been inundated with chants of “Black lives matter!” and “All lives matter!” from their respective crowds. Each side passionately proclaims the truth of their statements not so much in an effort to convince the other side, but to garner the most attention from onlookers. The guiding principle appears to be “loudest is best”, and that doesn’t seem to be letting | Read More »
A Lesson for Us from the Beheading of St. John the Baptist
For Orthodox on the New Calendar (meaning not on the Julian/”Old” Calendar)* and Catholics, yesterday marked the official commemoration of the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, also known as the Forerunner of Christ. As we face continued assaults on our religious freedom, I believe there is at least one important lesson we can learn from the story of his beheading. Here’s how the Gospel | Read More »
Enough With the Roanoke Shooting Coverage, Already
Let me just say first of all that anyone who thinks I am being callous with the above headline hasn’t spent most of their day the last 72 hours watching cable news, like I have. Obviously, the deaths of Alison Parker and Adam Ward were a tragedy and I don’t want to minimize the loss and suffering of their family and friends. But the media’s | Read More »
Social Media As a Tool to Promote Life
This past week was again a reminder of how precious life is, and how easily it can disappear. On Wednesday, August 26, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, a reporter and cameraman in Virginia, were murdered while conducting a live TV interview. Reports of the deranged killer’s mental state show a violent, angry individual who needed help. Leading-up to and after his unthinkable act, he documented | Read More »
Hillary’s New Campaign Strategy: Trolling
The Hillary Clinton campaign wants you to know that her recent comments in which she compared Republicans to terrorists and Nazis within the span of 24 hours were not “mistakes,” despite the fact that they were widely panned by pundits on both sides of the aisle. Rather, they were part of a deliberate campaign strategy hatched as part of a campaign “reset” – which, by | Read More »
Obama is about to Get his Iran Deal
As we should have come to expect by now, the latest news coming out of Capitol Hill on the Iran Deal is not good. We have already discussed on the Front Page how and the Senate Republican leadership are giving up the fight, but with more and more Democrats coming out in support of the deal as the days go by, it looks like it | Read More »
New HotAir/Townhall Poll: Trump in the Lead, Hillary in Trouble
HotAir and Townhall have released their very first jointly commissioned scientific poll of the 2016 race. There are a number of findings that are surprising in both the Republican and Democratic fields. First, on the Republican side, the HotAir/Townhall poll shows Trump with a comfortable lead, like all other polls that have been taken recently. Trump pulls in around 24%, whereas the next contender (Carson) | Read More »
The University of Tennessee Wishes to Introduce Your Child to Some Exciting New Pronouns
Embrace the Sweet Meteor of Death. This is the world we live in. The University of Tennessee at Knoxville has sent out a directive to its professors from their Office of Diversity and Inclusion. In order to not risk offending the infinitesimally small transgender population, they want your children to learn some exciting new words that will make communicating in English insanely confusing for everyone: | Read More »
We Need a New Republican Party
The GOP today finds itself in a debate over what kind of party it is, and what kind of party it wants to become. We know today that the principles and values that lie at the heart of conservatism are shared by the majority. Despite what some in the press may say, we who are proud to call ourselves “conservative” are not a minority of a minority | Read More »
VIDEO: Terry McAuliffe Calls for Mandatory Background Checks, Then Immediately Admits Roanoke Shooter Passed a Background Check
Terry McAuliffe rushed to the WDBJ studios in Roanoke today to continue his push to use the Roanoke shooting tragedy as leverage to grab people’s guns. Most of McAuliffe’s time was spent arguing that mandatory background checks are needed. Embarrassingly, McAuliffe was forced to admit in response to the first question asked that the Roanoke shooter himself passed a background check, thus indicating (as always seems | Read More »
Nine Stunning Admissions from Planned Parenthood’s “Nothing to See Here” Letter to Congress
Planned Parenthood is on the ropes, reeling from months of being exposed for its sickeningly evil practice of selling the bodies of murdered babies for parts.
In an attempt to deflect attention from its atrocities, it has sent the several congressional committees that have opened up federal investigations into Planned Parenthood’s practices a “nothing to see here” letter.
Yet, even in its multiple deceptions and distortions, Planned Parenthood makes a number of stunning admissions about its abortion and baby harvesting practices.
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Gotham Air: The Uber of Helicopters may be coming to a city near you
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Marc Gurman from 9to5Mac to give us a preview of what to expect in the iPhone 6S that debuts on September 9th, then Dennis Greene talks fantasy football draft strategies, Claire Maldarelli from Popular Science talks about the problem science is having replicating their own studies and finally Tim Hayes, the CEO of Gotham Air, tells us why his company is the Uber of helicopters.
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Chris Christie’s Hypocrisy on Guns
Chris Christie’s campaign is flailing about for relevance and attention with a GOP electorate that has largely passed him by. With the ascension of Carly Fiorina and John Kasich, he stands to risk not even being in the top 10 anymore and failing to make the larger television debates. Part of the problem is that Christie doesn’t seem to really know what kind of campaign | Read More »