Bill Maher’s Malignant Mockery of Persecuted Christians is Repugnant to Humanity
With the backdrop of a Fox News banner Reading “Christians Under Attack” and “War on Christians Around World,” Bill Maher sprays his vitriolic venom for Christians, running his own headline, “Witless for the Persecution.”
While I can take a good (even bad) joke and Maher’s (speaking of witless) attempts to get a cheap laugh while proselytizing his leftist, elitist brand of angry atheism don’t send the Christian community into a fit of rage, his hostile hypocritical vile rancor went far beyond his HBO reputation for insolence.
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Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the triumph of deviancy
Former Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, writing in his 1993 article “Defining Deviancy Down” posits “…over the past generation, the amount of deviant behavior in American society has increased beyond the levels the community can ‘afford to recognize’ and that, accordingly, we have been redefining deviancy so as to exempt much conduct previously stigmatized, and also quietly raising the ‘normal’ level in categories where behavior is now | Read More »
The Chinese Riposte To Ecocide In The USSR
“To see older people suffering from lung cancer is not strange,” he said. “But for a girl who is only 14-years-old, it is very awful.” – A Chinese Physician People who are lost in the Late 20th Century continue to argue over whether Capitalism or Socialism would be better for the Earth’s environment. Christine Figueres, the UN Climate Chief, laments the fact that American Democracy | Read More »
Undue Aggression and the Role of Race in America’s Law Enforcement
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Leon Wolf to discuss the controversy surrounding a police officer’s actions in McKinney, Texas, if race plays a roll in America’s law enforcement agencies, and if police are being trained to be overly aggressive.
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Marco Rubio, Commoner
Fresh off their shocking revelation that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92% drives himself around like some peasant, getting speeding tickets in the process, the NYT is back at it again. The latest broadside against Rubio reveals – shockingly – that Rubio has struggled to pay his bills just like some regular old, non-1%er American: WEST MIAMI, Fla. — For years, Senator [mc_name | Read More »
Crony Socialism: Governments All Over the World Are Messing Up a Free Trade Market
To quote the late, inordinately great Ronald Reagan, “Government is not the solution to our problem – government is the problem.” To quote the White Stripes, “I said it once before but it bears repeating”: “Trade Wars” actually aren’t about trade — they are about government trade policy. If peoples are trading freely, there isn’t a “War” – there’s commerce. The “Wars” only happen when | Read More »
Rick Perry Climbs Back On The Horse
‘The Wagon Boss” by CHarles Russell Rick Perry’s full announcement. (Runs 27 Minutes). As could have been predicted, Rick Perry picked himself up, dusted himself off and has climbed back up on his charger for another run at the GOP nomination for President in 2016. Get ready for the deliberate proliferation of fake cowboy imagery. The chic, connected people who deride | Read More »
Tech at Night: Yes, we still need to defeat Net Neutrality
I know it’s been a while since we talked about it but Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet is coming. It’s a terrible plan and we’ve got to stop it. It’s not helping the Internet. After all, this same administration decided against search neutrality. Why pick winners and losers this way? I’ll leave you to guess why the thing Google didn’t want, didn’t get done, | Read More »
Salon is Super Upset at Jerry Seinfeld, Y’all
The social justice warriors of Salon Dot Com are really upset at Jerry Seinfeld for saying the same thing a liberal professor said over at The Federalist: The Politically Correct crowd ruins the entire atmosphere. Speaking on ESPN Radio’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” on Thursday, Jerry Seinfeld weighed in on the issue of political correctness as it pertains to comedy. Asked by Cowherd if | Read More »
Louisiana’s legislature moves to protect student info
Believe me, there are plenty of things to chide the Louisiana legislature over, but in the past week or so, they’ve done something that, while seemingly small, is a good victory for protecting personal information. House Bill 718 of this session offered a series of amendments to Act 837, which passed last year. Act 837, along with Act 677, was written to try ease concerns | Read More »
New Net Neutrality Order Is a Nadir for the First Amendment & Internet Freedom
The First Amendment is premised on a simple idea: Ensuring mass media communications are free of government control is a “precondition to enlightened self-government and a necessary means to protect it.” Though this principle should be obvious, it has been lost in application to the Internet age. In its recent order adopting net neutrality rules and reclassifying Internet access as a common carrier service subject to telephone regulation | Read More »
Forcing Healthcare Providers to Violate Conscience
Despite having the legal authority for a life-ending service, abortion supporters/promoters are less than happy. As has been seen recently, a NARAL-supported bill in the California legislature, known as AB775, would dramatically affect crisis pregnancy centers. Although its name is “Reproductive FACT Act”, the reality is that the bill is a one-sided attack on CPCs, and would require they promote abortion or face fines. While | Read More »
‘Trust Us – We’re the Government’ Isn’t the Best Justification for These Huge New Power Grabs
We are deep into Year Seven of the Barack Obama Administration. It has not been a great time in the history of government transparency and accountability. He at the outset sounded good. “We have to use technology to open up our democracy. It’s no coincidence that one of the most secretive administrations in our history has favored special interests and pursued policies that could not | Read More »
Is Chinese Hack Attack of OPM an Act of War?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the Chinese hack attack on OPM, why they might be collecting this data, and if this attack constitutes an act of war.
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