Rep. Jason Chaffetz Turns Leadership Lapdog and Attacks Conservatives
Congressman Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) 80% goes on every conservative outlet possible to pose as one of us, but on Friday exposed himself as just another lapdog of leadership. And he did so in the most horrifying way. Chaffetz took Congressman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) 83%‘ subcommittee chairmanship away from him. Meadows was one of just a few dozen | Read More »
The Confederate Battle Flag
The Bible tells me to love my neighbor. I have a number of black friends and I do not know any of them who would feel comfortable coming into my house if I were flying the Confederate battle flag. So I don’t. In fact, in my life, the people I can think of who proudly fly the Confederate battle flag outside their homes are people | Read More »
Bias in Academia? Surely you jest.
Research and scientific data are supposed to be absolute. Data cannot lie. Data cannot tell you its own opinion. Data is how we base entire schools of thought on many, many different subjects and in many different fields. This data is researched and submitted to academic journals, for others within those subjects and fields to read and analyze, and perhaps put the results through their | Read More »
Taylor Swift v. Apple Music, and why you should root for Taylor Swift.
Apple Music refuses to pay for using creators’ music during Apple Music’s ‘free’ trial period. Taylor Swift objects to that.
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Reading Tea Leaves on the 2015 Supreme Court Term
The political world will increasingly be watching the Supreme Court over the next two weeks, as the eleven cases left on the Court’s docket for its 2014 Term include a number of blockbusters. The Court, in the words of Justice Jackson, is not final because it is infallible; it is infallible because it is final. Nothing can stop the Court from doing whatever it wants. | Read More »
Hillary Clinton: Self-aggrandizing Grifter
Even after two decades in the public spotlight the Clinton’s still possess the power to awe and amaze by the brazen way in which they vacuum cash, and the way in which most of the media and all of the Democrat party avert their eyes as if nothing untoward was happening. For instance: When Condoleezza Rice headlined a 2009 fundraising luncheon for the Boys and | Read More »
Mercenaries vs. holdouts: the Democrats’ 2016 dilemma.
The Democrats have been fated to undergo an unpalatable future. Worse, they’re expected to SMILE about it.
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Hate Mail of the Day
This email actually did come through in Comic Sans font. I kid you not. From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Subject: Crazy and evil Erick: I read your latest ode to stupidity. You are wrong, it is possible to discuss mental illness and evil. The problem is you and your fellow R’s (or conservatives, whatever euphenism for greedy, selfish, immature, misogynistic beings you try to hide behind) | Read More »
The Terrorist and the Pigs
This Pig Represents Anyone Exploiting Dylann Storm Root For Political Gain. I dedicate this Youtube video to anyone who has politically exploited the slaying of 9 churchgoers in Charleston by racist terrorist Dylann Storm Root. In Charleston, SC, we have beheld a manifestation of true evil in the persona of Dylann Storm Root. If the immediate reaction of our most obnoxious | Read More »
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Charleston #hatewontwin How I Sold My Soul for 30 Pieces of Silver
Image source: Getty Images Today I feel like I sold my soul to the devil for 30 pieces of silver. This morning, I wrote a simple piece for my part-time writing job at BPR, which shook me to the core. “Hate Won’t Win” Very few things have ever touched me this deeply writing about it. In tears #CharlestonShooting http://t.co/8jah85j9m1 — Steve Berman (@lifeofgrace224) June 20, | Read More »
Supreme Court Strikes Blow for Religious Freedom
The last several months have not been kind to our country’s long cherished religious freedom, but the Supreme Court just unanimously handed down a victory for those of us who still value it. In their ruling for the case of Reed v. the Town of Gilbert, Arizona, the court ruled, essentially, that the government cannot pick which forms of speech it wants to protect more | Read More »
Obama to donors: You twits are unworthy of me
After delivering his diatribe statement on the Charleston, SC shootings, Obama jetted off to take care of the real business of the nation. He went to to a pair of Hollywood fundraisers. The first was at the home at the Pacific Palisades home of television producer Chuck Lorre (in fairness, the man did fire Charlie Sheen so he can’t be all bad). Then it was | Read More »
Obama: Norway, Germany, Denmark, France, Finland, and UK are not “advanced countries.”
The bodies had barely hit the floor before Barack Obama took to the microphones to politicize yet another tragedy. This will come to as a shock to a lot of people… I know it floored me. There was just no way I saw that coming. I’ve had to make statements like this too many times. Communities like this have had to endure tragedies like this | Read More »
Why I’m Considering Running for President
Over the past several months, I’ve had the privilege of traveling around the country with Our American Revival, sharing our message of how to tackle difficult problems and repeatedly win tough policy fights with bold, conservative reforms. We’ve spoken with thousands of hard-working Americans, and the response has been incredible. But we’ve done more than just talk. We’ve listened. In state after state, the message | Read More »