We Are On the Road To Normalizing Pedophilia
“If you don’t believe in something, you’ll fall for anything.” The lack of moral compass apparent in both society and in the Supreme Court’s rulings has paved the way for pedophilia to be legitimized.
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Who Can Screw Up a Water Auction in the Desert? Government Can
The age-old analogy describing a good salesman is “He can sell ice to Eskimos.” Let us now contemplate the opposite. What if someone has repeatedly screwed up so terribly – they could damage the sale of the hottest of commodities to a full panoply of desperate buyers? How could anyone hamstring a water auction – in the desert? We face that possibility in March. And | Read More »
Rubio Responds to Open Borders Hecklers: “We’re Going to Enforce the Immigration Laws, Guys.”
Over the weekend, Marco Rubio spoke at the Kemp Forum, and was interrupted by open borders activists who were screaming about their families. You can see video of the protesters and their antics at the Right Scoop. Now, this might have been a good opportunity for Rubio to give one of his trademark polished answers, but instead, he settled for a simpler approach: .@MarcoRubio got | Read More »
How A Donald Trump Nomination Would Make The GOP Consultant Class Very Rich
While Donald Trump won’t be the GOP nominee, reclaiming the party from Trump still requires that we contemplate what a Trump nomination and even possibly a Trump presidency would look like. The picture isn’t a pretty one. One of the underappreciated aspects is how any electoral success by Trump in the primaries and potentially the general election could spawn a bonanza for the GOP’s much-despised | Read More »
Amanda Marcotte clams up
Salon writer Amanda Marcotte has always, always! been insistent on women’s rights, a frequent writer — and jumper-to-conclusion — concerning sexual assault, and a proponent of the so-called “slut walks,” in which women demonstrate concerning their right to wear whatever they wish or act as they please and not be looked down upon or seen as “asking for” rape. Thus, when Henriette Reker, the Mayor | Read More »
Watch Hillary Clinton Call For Taxpayer Funded Abortions (VIDEO)
If you’re familiar with how the government deals with abortion then you know, taxpayer funds are never to be used to pay for abortions. This is known as the “Hyde Amendment.” The late Representative from Illinois, Henry Hyde, added the rider to appropriations bills for the Department of Health and Human Services starting in 1976. Despite three Democrat administrations, it is still there and has | Read More »
Latest NBC/WSJ/Marist Poll– Cruz Leads Iowa; Trump Leads NH; Sanders Leads In Both
A new NBC/WSJ/Marist poll confirms the trends we’ve already identified. Ted Cruz leads in Iowa. Donald Trump leads in NH. Bernie Sanders beats Hillary Clinton in both and could be a much stronger general election opponent than Hillary is.
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Did Donald Trump Really Just Praise Kim Jong-Un? (Video)
Donald Trump is not one to apply a filter to himself when he talks. That is supposed to be one of his big selling points, but as he has repeatedly shown, there are plenty of times when a person should probably keep their opinions to himself. This latest mistake is one of them. At a campaign stop in Ottumwa, Iowa, Trump basically praised Kim Jong-Un for | Read More »
SOTU: The Empty Chair Leaving an Empty Chair
President Obama will deliver his final State of the Union speech on Tuesday, January 12th. Both Republican and Democratic presidents usually invite guests to attend the SOTU to honor service, sacrifice, or to make a political point. In an effort to establish some sort of legacy, President Obama will leave an empty seat for victims of gun violence. I know what you’re thinking. The Empty | Read More »
Is CAIR Actively Collaborating With The Hillary Clinton Campaign?
Maybe I don’t get out a whole lot but this seems counter-intuitive as hell to me. Hillary Clinton is doubling down on slamming Republicans on their anti-Muslim rhetoric at campaign events in both Iowa and New Hampshire. The attacks are mostly aimed at Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner who has said he would impose a temporary ban on Muslims entering the country, but also target | Read More »
Do Hillary Clinton’s Emails Expose A Scheme To Trade US Secrets For Political Influence?
Back in August, I wrote a post titled The real email question: Did Hillary Clinton sell US secrets? As much as I loathe Hillary, this was a very serious question based on the facts that we know. The IG representing the 17 US intelligence agencies identified two emails residing on Hillary Clinton’s private, unsecure email server as being properly classified as TS\TK, that is, the | Read More »
Watercooler 1/10/16 Open Thread: Happiest Warrior, Birthers gotta birth, Today’s must read
The happiest happy warrior: If I had to place a bet on who was the happiest warrior right now I would put it on Arthur Laffer, the father of “supply side economics. Briefly and very simplified SSE suggests if you lower taxes on corporations that money is then invested back into the business which in turn raises production, which causes other great benefits down the road. Anyway, Laffer is now trying | Read More »
Ohio GOP Undercuts Grassroots Conservatives
The Ohio Republican Party formally endorsed Gov. John Kasich for President last Friday. Given politics such as they are, this is not a surprising move to back the sitting governor of your own party. No other names were even put forth as alternatives despite the fact that Trump (23%) and Carson (18%) were beating Kasich (13%) in the Quinnipiac poll last October with Cruz (11%) | Read More »
Right To Work Is Right For West Virginia
West Virginia will most likely be the next Right to Work state, and opponents of this worker freedom legislation will stop at nothing to mischaracterize the law and its history.
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Black Students Demand “Segregation Now, Segregation Tomorrow, Segregation Forever”
Back on June 11, 1963, Alabama Governor George Wallace stood in the door of a building on the University of Alabama campus and blocked the court-ordered admission of black students proclaiming, “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.” At that time, segregation was regarded by most of the country as a bad thing, so bad, in fact, that the Congress and Supreme Court have managed | Read More »