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They Don’t Want Your Cake

They Don't Want Your Cake

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The RFRA. It’s caused more people to freak out in the last 24 hours than the ebola crisis could have ever dreamed. The party of ...

Iran Nuclear Talks: Farce followed by tragedy

Between 1922 and 1933, there was an amazing degree of cooperation between Germany, which was seeking to rearm in violation of the Versailles Treaty, and the Soviet Union, which was trying to modernize its military in between bouts of purging anyone who could read or write from the Red Army. In 1924, the Luftwaffe began training at Lipetsk. Chemical warfare troops were trained in the Volga | Read More »

RedState Review/Interview: Werewolf Cop, by Andrew Klavan.

A review of Werewolf Cop, and an interview with author Andrew Klavan.

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Mike Pence prepares to cave

Stick a fork in Mike Pence’s hopes of running for president. He’s done. Having done the right thing by protecting the religious freedom of the people of Indiana, he’s now negotiating a surrender.  What is more troubling is that he seems to be trying to have it both ways. This morning he said: Gov. Mike Pence appeared on Fox and Friends Tuesday morning and said | Read More »

The Free Market is Only for People Who Have Self-Worth

I’ve been watching over this controversy over the Indiana RFRA with no small amount of genuine amazement. I legitimately cannot relate to the arguments that the opponents of the law are making. The reasons for that are simple: I believe that I have inherent worth and that my spending dollars, earned with my labor, should not be voluntarily given to people who disrespect my sense | Read More »

All Rights Are Equal (But Some Are More Equal Than Others)

Animal Farm remains one of my all time favorite books. It’s a satire of Communist Russia AND it’s got farm animals, so I can read it to my three-year-old and she likes it. The indoctrination has to start early, after all. Now, I know it’s a reference that’s been made on this Front Page before (and, as is often the case, what it’s used for | Read More »

So What If We All Carried Ourselves More Like Ted Kennedy?

Allahpundit over at Hot Air noticed that our President is perhaps in a mood to play the comedic straight-man and improve our nation’s mood. Yesterday he presided over the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate.* He asked a magical question. “What if we all carried ourselves more like Ted Kennedy?” Let’s see. We’d probably all deal with foreign nations that | Read More »

It’s time for Tim Cook and Apple to stand up for homosexual rights in China

Tim Cook has become a vocal activist in recent years, taking his role in charge of Apple and using to promote his personal point of view on issues. He’s using that role to attack the state of Indiana for a political decision he disagreed with. However Indiana (population 6.5 million) is small potatoes. The fact that they don’t have a law specifically banning discrimination against | Read More »

How Will a Change in Democrat Leadership Impact the U.S. Senate?

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Melissa Quinn to discuss Harry Reid’s retirement, the likely accent of Chuck Schumer to Minority Leader and what a change in leadership will mean for Democrats in the Senate.

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Obama’s Iran Monkey Trap

The idea of a monkey trap is spectacularly elegant. A bit of food or a shiny object is placed inside a sturdy object (often a coconut is mentioned but the image comes from a termite hill being used for the purpose). There is a hole that is just big enough for the monkey’s hand to pass through. However, once the monkey grasps the object its | Read More »

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