ESPN Punishes Curt Schilling for Taking on Radical Islam
This is really outrageous. Curt Schilling pointed out how few people in Nazi Germany really identified with the Nazi Party to point out that even though so few people identify with radical Islam there is a problem. His point was sound. But it outrageously outraged ESPN, a network that has put political correctness ahead of truth and news. So they’ve yanked him from a little | Read More »
Trump’s Border Ruffians and Twain’s War Prayer
Mark Twain wrote with enormous sentiment about a great patriotic movement, as “a fluttering wilderness of flags flashed in the sun.” Thus is the receiving line of the disaffected for Donald Trump, of whom legend and song shall be duly recorded in history. Leading in the polls, standing tall above all the other GOP candidates, indeed above Her Majesty Hillary Clinton, whose shine has turned to | Read More »
Lois Lerner (AKA “Toby Miles”) and the Obama Administration’s Email Twilight Zone
In what can only be explained as a bizarre (and disturbing) turn of events, former top IRS official Lois Lerner had not one, but at least two, secret personal email addresses.
While Lerner was overseeing the IRS department that was targeting conservative groups for their political views, she was using secret, private email accounts – under an assumed alias – to conduct official business. Sound familiar?
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This is The Single Most Amazing Thing About Donald Trump’s Supporters
Donald Trump leads in the polling averages by about 22%. In some individual states he is higher. In some he is lower. Nationally, Trump hit a ceiling of about twenty-five percent and has trended down from there. But, he is still in the lead. I have noticed a trend with Trump’s supporters and it is the single most amazing thing about his supporters. They recite | Read More »
The Sharing Economy Revolution and Why it Frightens Regulators
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Erik Sofgee to discuss Uber’s plans for autonomous drivers, Michael Rosen on what Uber must do to rally support, Christopher Koopman talks about how regulators have responded to the sharing economy, and finally, Liya Palagashvili on Uber vs. Bill DeBlasio.
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Congressional Republicans To Keep Organ Harvesting Alive and Babies Dead
Congressional Republicans are coming up with every excuse imaginable to avoid having to defund Planned Parenthood. Right now they’re going with the “let’s investigate” card. They think that if they just probe deeply enough they’ll have enough ammunition to attack the Democrats. Yes, that would be the exact same Democrats who have seen the same videos everyone else has seen and decided it is no | Read More »
Rand Paul and the Kentucky GOP: Bribery or Blackmail?
It looks like the long-running saga between Rand Paul and the Kentucky GOP has at long last come to an end. For those who don’t know, Rand Paul has been struggling for quite a long time to get around a (somewhat silly) Kentucky law that prevents him from being on two different ballots at the same time, thus effectively preventing him from running for the | Read More »
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s retirement puts Sen. Heidi Heitkamp in quite the pickle.
Heidi Heitkamp is faced with a tricky political problem in North Dakota that she’ll probably not be allowed to get right.
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How Donald Trump Could Be America’s Putin
Caesarism In America? There is no vocal advocate of Donald Trump’s GOP candidacy in 2016 that would tell you this publically, but I’ll bet $20 that a significant plurality of Trump’s backers feel what the women in this Youtube video below feel on a daily basis. They would only demur because they are sick and tired of being accused of racism | Read More »
, Brett Stevens
, Conservative MGTOW
, planned parenthood
, The Donald
, TJ Sotomayor
Note to Jeb Bush — This is a bad idea [UPDATED]
The Bush team reached out to me and said The Hill got the report below wrong. In particular, the campaign tells me that Governor Bush “said we needed more options and state flexibility and name checked Tennessee promise” as an example of state flexibility. He does not support a new federal entitlement program, but rather flexibility for states to experiment. Whew! ——————————— Jeb Bush has | Read More »
BuzzFeed’s Casey Gueren (@caseygueren) & Yahoo’s Jen Gerson Uffalussy (@jennyalyse) Get Planned Parenthood Awards
Many commentators, not just on the right, have noticed a lack of coverage about the Planned Parenthood videos from BuzzFeed. In the rare coverage from BuzzFeed, it has mostly been to mock eye witnesses or downplay the findings of the Center for Medical Progress’s investigation. Casey Gueren is the Health Editor for BuzzFeed and now we have a pretty good idea why Casey Gueren has | Read More »
Satanists are Pro-Choice, If You Didn’t Know
The desire to announce that whichever cause we hold dear firmly places us on the “right side of history” is strong. To point out to others that present actions might be seen by future generations as the “right” thing adds an extra layer of proof to our pronouncements. Even in conservative circles, there is much debate and changing of positions on a variety of topics. | Read More »
POLITICO: Chuck Schumer’s courageous vote will save Democrats
Right now there is a large scale outbreak of Kabuki theater in the Democrat party over the utterly corrupt Iran nuclear deal. Some Democrat politicians are, for reasons of survival or upward mobility in the party, positioning themselves as unprincipled opportunists valiant truth tellers and principled statesmen and are swearing to vote their beliefs rather than adhere to party loyalty. A great example of this | Read More »
Denver Airport discriminates against those with Christian views
Remember when they said homosexual “marriage” was only about “equality” and nobody would ever have their rights taken away? Or that if only we’d concede on homosexual “marriage” that we could then move on to “more important issues?” Well it turns out none of that was true, as anti-Christian discrimination is alive and well, as Chick fil A is getting blackballed at Denver International Airport.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Random passengers prevent train massacre
Everyone is familiar with the incident on Friday when a rogue Minnesota Lutheran tried to open fire on the passengers of a French train (he kept muttering something about 95 Theses).* Four men, three Americans (two of them military) and a Brit, decided that rather than be victims they would attack. While the French train crew valiantly looked to its own safety: The actor told | Read More »