Failure Theater presents Planned Parenthood edition
For two weeks now we’ve all been talking about how reprehensible and evil Planned Parenthood is. If you follow life issues, you didn’t need the two videos of alleged doctors haggling over the price of baby parts to know this. If you were under the impression that Planned Parenthood was that nice, friendly white lady who gave contraceptives to minorities and minor children and poor | Read More »
New Citizenship Oath drops requirement to defend the United States
According to new guidance released by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, new immigrants will no longer be required to pledge to: Reciting the Oath is part of the naturalization process. Candidates for citizenship normally declare that they will “bear arms on behalf of the United States” and “perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States” when required by the law. A | Read More »
Hillary Clinton supports infanticide
The earliest a baby is viable outside the womb, at this writing, is about 21 weeks (see here | here for examples). The grotesque law that permits abortion in America, Roe versus Wade, established a trimester test that is based on fetal viability. The rule it establishes is 3. State criminal abortion laws, like those involved here, that except from criminality only a life-saving procedure | Read More »
Blake Hounshell and the Fake Objectivity of the Modern Press
There are a lot of news stories that happen from day to day when the press somehow manages to come to a consensus that what has happened is a Bad Thing. For instance, when Donald Trump released Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) 50%‘s personal cell phone number, the tone (and sometimes outright content) of mainstream reporting indicated that Trump had done a Bad | Read More »
Jesus Was Wrong About Greed
Jesus was wrong about greed. There is nothing wrong with the accumulation of wealth. It gives me peace of mind. It makes it so I can, if I want, take care of others and be generous. It is my money. I should be able to do with it as I want. With more and more money, I can accumulate nice houses and eventually a private | Read More »
Response to Stephen V. Monsma
Stephen Monsma is a bright intellectual light, and he also appears to be a confessing Christian. He recently wrote a piece for The Center for Public Justice titled, “Neither a Christian Nor a Secular Nation,” in which he proposed that our nation needs to adopt principled pluralism as a guiding concept. His conceptual model is based on recent Michigan law that will authorize faith-based adoption | Read More »
UN Security Council lifts ballistic missile embargo on Iran
Hidden in the fine print with the UN Security Council lifted the sanctions on Iran’s nuclear weapons program on Monday was a sweetener for Iran. The embargo on selling Iran ballistic missiles and ballistic missile technology was lifted. This means that as Iran continues to develop a nuclear weapon with American and European assistance, it will have open access to buy and develop a ballistic | Read More »
Bad Bills Are Like Bad Relationships: We Don’t Need a Break – We Need a Break-Up
Just about all of us have been there. Dating someone – and it isn’t working. You don’t get along. The person doesn’t give you what you want. You aren’t happy. You each try to change the person, hoping a tweak here or there will suddenly, magically make it work. It doesn’t. You’re friends don’t like the person. Heck – THEIR friends don’t think you two | Read More »
What today’s Q-Poll showing Democrats losing in key states does and does not mean.
Today’s Q-Poll shows that Democrats need to start taking this election seriously. Thankfully, they probably won’t, although they’ll think that they have.
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EPA Could Care Less About Poor Children
Too Poor To Deserve Electricity According To USEPA Child poverty remains astoundingly high in America. This true despite risible claims that our economy is in recovery. The stock market and housing prices recovered. A lot of people gave up looking for work so the statistics look better. Beyond that, it’s the same situation we had in 2008. Particularly when we count | Read More »
The Whores of Moloch Preside Over the American Press Corps
I often call the DC-NYC press that covers politics the circle of jerks. The euphemism implied in it aptly describes the typical coverage we have come to expect out of the press corps covering politics. But I think it is worth noting that, at root, they are whores of Moloch. Moloch was the Middle Eastern idol to whom many pagans sacrificed children. The sacrifices were | Read More »
The Iran Deal Has A Twitter Account
The “I Can’t Even” I’m feeling right now is enough to make a teenager at Starbucks tell me to calm down. The Iran Deal has a Twitter account to stop the spread of misinformation about the Iran Deal. You know, that misinformation that the Chiefs of Staff, Congress, several world leaders, and the American public seem to be focused on. The misinformation that, if you | Read More »
USA Today warns its readers about the Republican party.
Don’t tell anybody, but the Republican party isn’t dead. No. Seriously. DON’T TELL ANYBODY. Let it be a surprise.
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Donald Trump vs. Lindsey Graham match ends in a KO
First it was Rick Perry that caught Trump’s attention. Then it was Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) 60%. Now he’s focusing on Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) 60%‘s Mini-Me, the lovely and talented Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) 50%. In all fairness to Trump, Graham set out to pick the fight. He probably figured he had to stick up for | Read More »
Contrary to what some may say, #AllLivesMatter
Martin O’Malley was booed off the stage at Netroots Nation 2015 because he said “All lives matter.” He was booed off the stage because he didn’t say “Black lives matter.” Saying that all lives matter is actually considered offensive to some because it apparently symbolizes white supremacy or something. However, all lives matter. Every last one. Whether it be the unborn child that Planned Parenthood | Read More »