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I grew up on the mean streets of the Internet, and for some reason, they made me a Front Page writer here. I'm also a Louisiana educator, freelance journalist, and most importantly a husband and father. Follow me on Twitter: @JoePCunningham

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    Barack Obama is Paralyzed by Fear

    Barack Obama is Paralyzed by Fear

    Batman is one of my favorite superheroes ever. Among his many winning qualities as a comic book character is his spectacular Rogue’s Gallery, featuring personified neuroses and obsessions. The Joker, of course, is the standard-bearer of crazy. His insanity is truly top-notch. However, one of my favorites outside of the Clown Prince of Crime is Jonathan Crane, more commonly known as The Scarecrow. His obsession | Read More »

    Five Reasons to Think Everything Will Be Okay

    Five Reasons to Think Everything Will Be Okay

    At this time, plenty of people out in the Online Right have placed their faces firmly in their palms and have not stopped shaking their heads. The reason? The primary system, which has started well over a year away from the actual 2016 election has paved the way for Donald Trump to gain and maintain a quarter of the vote in virtually every poll in | Read More »

    The New York Times’ Racist Attack on Clarence Thomas

    The New York Times' Racist Attack on Clarence Thomas

    It is interesting that a major newspaper would so blatantly call out the only black man on the Supreme Court for borrowing language in briefings. He is by far not the only one, and his average rate of language borrowed from briefings is not that much different from his peers. Over the years, the average rate of nearly identical language between a party’s brief and the | Read More »

    Jeb Bush to hire noted GOP base favorite Eric Cantor

    Jeb Bush to hire noted GOP base favorite Eric Cantor

    Trying to get the GOP base on your side? Master stroke from Jeb! here. Cantor was courted intensely by other candidates. Cantor retains a strong political network in Virginia, a key primary and swing state. And he has enviable connections among Jewish business leaders who can be key supporters and donors. “This is a big deal for Eric, and a big deal for Jeb,” said | Read More »

    Is Jorge Ramos a journalist or an attention whore masquerading as one?

    Is Jorge Ramos a journalist or an attention whore masquerading as one?

    What, exactly, is a journalist? The cynical among us (read: every comment to the posts on journalism that I write) would say that a journalist is a leftwing hack that advocates for the left-of-center causes and attacks Republicans at every opportunity. And, why not say that? Modern journalism is exactly that, you know. But, let us take the curious case of Jorge Ramos, a man | Read More »

    What is the point of you, John Kasich?

    What is the point of you, John Kasich?

    In listening to an interview John Kasich had with Sean Hannity, I was struck by what he clearly wants the Hannity audience to think is his message: I knew Ronald Reagan. I can’t recall a many sentences in which he didn’t use Reagan’s name (possibly in vain) to justify his candidacy, and only in passing (and upon Hannity’s insistence) did he even mention the Ohio | Read More »

    Guns Laws and Pokemon

    Guns Laws and Pokemon

    Let me begin by saying I am a nerd and, yes, I do love the Pokemon games. I used to take part in the trading card game and would compete in small, local tournaments, but I was a hobby player rather than someone who spent every waking moment figuring out every nuance and strategy the game had to offer. And never, never once in my | Read More »

    Pro-Abortion Website Tries Intimidating Whistleblower

    Pro-Abortion Website Tries Intimidating Whistleblower

    Holly O’Donnell is the star of the Center for Medical Progress documentary series, “Human Capital,” which aims to expose Planned Parenthood as the soulless, dead-baby-part selling organization it is. RH Reality Check is a social justice website for “women’s reproductive health,” which is exactly as awful as it sounds. So awful, in fact, that one of its writers wrote a hit piece on O’Donnell, listing | Read More »

    Mitch McConnell spends $20k against GOP candidates

    Mitch McConnell spends $20k against GOP candidates

    “Surely you jest, Joseph.” Maybe he didn’t spend it directly, but his actions are directly responsible for things like this happening. (Click To Enlarge) Planned Parenthood gets taxpayer money in order to provide its services. A series of videos has come out showing those services apparently involve selling the parts of dead babies for profit. The excess money gets rolled | Read More »

    Mitch McConnell is Professor Chaos

    Mitch McConnell is Professor Chaos

    I’ve long contended that if RedState had an archvillain nemesis, it would be Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 58%. He is the absolute antithesis of just about everything RedState stands for, and more than once he has actively tried to squash any conservative uprising that RedState has backed. However, I am starting to feel that I was perhaps too generous in likening him | Read More »

    Why the Ashley Madison Hack is Going to be Awful

    Why the Ashley Madison Hack is Going to be Awful

    In case you missed it, Ashley Madison, the website that specializes in meeting people online to have an affair, was hacked, with millions of email addresses, aliases, and other assorted personal information having been taken. Last night, the info was dropped in large, mostly unorganized files on torrent sites. The Bowels of the Internet (4chan, Reddit, etc.) have been combing through the information, starting with | Read More »

    The Reformation, Reconciliation, and Revenge of Al Gore

    The Reformation, Reconciliation, and Revenge of Al Gore

    If you ever had a doubt as to whether or not there was a just and loving God, consider, of all places, this BuzzFeed article. Supporters of Al Gore have begun a round of conversations among themselves and with the former vice president about his running for president in 2016, the latest sign that top Democrats have serious doubts that Hillary Clinton is a sure | Read More »

    When defense fails, threats begins

    Federal authorities under a Republican administration have warned a blue state that what they intend to do regarding tax subsidization of a major oil company could be illegal. Essentially, the federal government is saying “If you go after our allies, we’ll come after you.” The oil company’s crime? Lying about permits, covering up major spills and contaminations, and having a major negative impact on society | Read More »

    A Return to Happiness

    A Return to Happiness

    Truth be told, I largely missed the Era of Andrew Breitbart. I wasn’t very trusting of the Internet (understandably) and my political beliefs were still in development while Breitbart was doing what he did best. In going back and looking at his life, however, there is a trait he possessed that is remembered as fondly as his staunch conservatism. He was known by all as | Read More »

    Slate Hates Robots

    After all of the excitement from the RedState Gathering this weekend, I thought I could take a night and just relax, watch some professional wrestling, and not worry about the end of our society as we know it. Slate had other ideas. A New York Times op-ed published shortly after the Supreme Court’s same-sex decision said that the court’s logic could eventually lead to recognition | Read More »


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