Apologist for Islamic terrorism to lead Chattanooga investigation
Investigators are risking brain aneurysms trying to divine a motive for a 24-year-old Muslim immigrant named Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez, an immigrant who has made several unexplained visits to the Middle East recently and whose father managed to end up on the terror watch list, shot up an armed forces recruiting station and killed four US Marines. Leading the investigation is the US Attorney for the Eastern | Read More »
Obergefell and the roadmap to drive Christianity from the public square
The Supreme Court decision Friday making homosexual marriage not only legal but giving it a status superior to heterosexual marriage* was ominous (never mind that the lead defendant’s name sounded like a rank in the Wehrmacht). In his majority opinion, one which cavalierly overthrew well over 6,000 years of human history in the service of Kennedy’s vigorously, if vicariously, twitching nether regions, Kennedy laid out a | Read More »
The New Plan to Defeat ISIS
I suppose it had to happen. Legalizing and making mandatory the celebration of homosexual marriage has been touted as the cure for everything from a sagging economy to boils on the ass. Many on our own side are happy because now we can get on with the real issues. I’m still not sure what those issues are or why it was necessary to destroy Western | Read More »
SCOTUS: Same Sex Marriage Legal in All 50 States
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Chad Flores to discuss the Supreme Court’s monumental decision today on same sex marriage, why Scalia’s scathing dissent will be studied for years to come, and what today’s ruling means for religious organizations who do not support gay marriage.
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SCOTUS Saves ObamaCare… Again
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Chad Flores to discuss today’s monumental ObamaCare ruling from SCOTUS, Scalia’s stinging dissent and why this illustrates the only way to bring down ObamaCare is through Congress and a Republican president.
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I’m Pro-Life and Support the Death Penalty
In the midst of the continued sorrow from last week’s massacre in Charleston, another act of terror was once again back in the spotlight. On Wednesday, the formal sentencing of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the two responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing in April 2013, occurred. His sentence? Death. As with most sentences of death which are handed down, vocal opposition to the procedure exists. | Read More »
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 »
The Unaffordable Care Act Works Like Hell
Michael Tanner of National Review Online points out some of the awesome positives we see with Glorious Obamacare! Obamacare generates piles of relative surplus value without requiring any innovation. Already we’ve seen requests for increases for individual plans as high as 64.8 percent in Texas, 61 percent in Pennsylvania, 51.6 percent in New Mexico, 36.3 percent in Tennessee, 30.4 percent in Maryland, 25 percent in | 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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Should Marriage In Alabama Only Be Recognized As A Private Contract?
Ramsay Bolton Morality Conquers America I read things every so often that leave me believing all that is good about America will die a slow, hideous death in the ditch like a drunk or stoned transient experiencing the final liver collapse. Our culture and way of life are under a deconstructive assault and the traditionalists manning the ramparts athwart this invasion | Read More »
Why Denny Hastert’s indictment is a danger to us all
I was never a huge Hastert fan when he was Speaker of the House. I was never quite sure what, if anything, he believed in. Having said that, he did a couple of good things. He instituted the “Hastert Rule,” which says no bill comes to the floor of the House unless a majority of the GOP caucus is in favor of it. When the | Read More »
The Opposite Of The Police State
The Fires of Anarchy Burn In The Cities. I’ll confess something right at the beginning. When I see a police car in the rearview mirror, I feel a certain unease. Not hatred, not fear, just a general “Oh crud! Why is he following my car today?” I don’t believe anyone unconditionally loves a police officer who hasn’t married or given | Read More »
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SCOTUS to Decide Meaning of “One Person, One Vote”
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Chad Flores to discuss a controversial case before the Supreme Court that will decide the meaning of “one person, one vote,” the legal complexities of the case, and how a win for the challengers may cause even more chaos for redistricting.
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Waco, Caring and Police Brutality
So a bunch of really bad people decided to engage in a turf war over drugs, babes and a grubby hang-out called Twin Peaks.* Eight people died another 192 went to the can. The police came in like a pissed-off hurricane and exercised peace through superior firepower. The aforementioned “business establishment” got the business and won’t be reopening for at least seven days. If we | Read More »
Blasphemy and The 1st Amendment
Free Speech Will Eventually Offend You. We are at a dangerous juncture. The 1st Amendment to The US Constitution is under a very real threat. People are getting very, very angry. People are just beginning to feel the tingle of fear. I understand their anger, as a worker on a military installation, I’m living the negative externalities of some of | Read More »