Ted Cruz Teaches Us How To Deal With The Media
The media has been running with unconfirmed and unsubstantiated reports that the Colorado Springs shooter mumbled something about “baby parts.” There are no official reports from law enforcement on this. In fact, according to former RedState Managing Editor Aaron Gardner, who has been covering this story from Colorado in a more unbiased fashioned than any of the professional journalists covering it (you can see his | Read More »
The Cult of Death that Hates America
There is a cult of death that hates America. It worships what it sees is the right of man to give and take life when it becomes a threat to its way of life. This cult has been aiming to see the end of America as we know it for a long time, but lately it’s become much worse. This cult is not ISIS. It | Read More »
Can We Have A Safe Space Away From History?
Here in the present, we have college students who need “safe spaces” from things that offend their delicate sensibilities. Things like, you know, basic rights (i.e. free speech). That we as a nation have this belief that we can say what we’re thinking, even if it upsets just one person is so terribly problematic. However, it is not just the present – in fact, it | Read More »
REVIEW: Adele’s “25”
Adele made headlines a few weeks ago with the release of the first single from her new album, 25. The single, “Hello,” was everything we expected of an Adele song – everything about it was beautiful, yet miserable. The announcement of the album wasn’t much more uplifting. She referred to it as a make-up album, saying she was “Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I | Read More »
Being Thankful in Barack Obama’s America
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I hope you’re having a blessed day with friends and family, spending time being as American as it gets: spending time with loved ones, remembering tradition, thinking about the settling of our great country, eating way too much and blaming your sudden exhaustion on a chemical found in turkey meat, and watching football. We do have plenty to be outraged about, to be | Read More »
Is the Iran Deal Even Real?
This is a serious question: Is the Iran Deal even a real thing? I mean, it had a hashtag, it had a Twitter account, criticizing it is a clear violation of the Logan Act, and we were told it is very tough on Iran and will prevent them from obtaining a nuclear weapon. It’s got to be legitimate, right? Well, the State Department says it’s | Read More »
Insurance Bailouts and Revolving Doors
How many times over the past several years have we heard how evil insurance companies are? How they try to screw innocent, hard working people out of coverage in order to make a quick buck? And who was it that told us this was the case? Wasn’t it the very president who now wants to bail them out? United Healthcare, the nation’s largest insurer, last | Read More »
Chicago Policeman Facing Murder Charges After Gunning Down Black Teen
A black teen running down the road was shot sixteen times by a Chicago police officer. He had PCP in his system and a small knife on his person. At no point did he seem to make any threatening moves toward any of the multiple police officers who were on the scene that night. Here we are, months later, and we are seeing the video | Read More »
Marco Rubio Helps Kill Obamacare
Back in 2013, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 94% was very vocal about “risk corridors,” which were essentially guarantees that any company that took part in the government’s health care exchanges would get help in preventing losses. Rubio did not like this, and so he went on to fight it, eventually getting a rider put into a budget agreement effectively killing the program | Read More »
The Real Intelligence Manipulation Scandal
There is a lot of talk about how there is this massive scandal on the intelligence reports on ISIS being manipulated in order to make the JV team look like a JV team. The fact that this is happening is a major problem in the U.S. intelligence community is atrocious and shows just how much government can be twisted into nothing more than a massive | Read More »
What Happened In Louisiana?
On Saturday night, Louisiana elected for governor a very liberal Democrat legislator with absolutely no accomplishments other than having served in the military for eight years. He has filed and supported legislation to stop school choice, done the bidding of trial lawyers, and even promised to expand Medicaid (though he is currently backing away from it). So, why on earth would Louisiana do this? Was | Read More »
Want to Know Why Homeland Security Lost Track of a Syrian Refugee?
Down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a Syrian refugee just stopped checking in. Word got out about it, and, as of right now, no one knows where the guy is, except that he is probably heading to Washington D.C.. Now, that sounds pretty bad, and it is cause for concern. However, if you want to take a bad situation and make it worse, just say the | Read More »
John Bel Edwards Won’t Say He’ll Fight Syrian Refugee Placement #LAGov
All weekend long and well throughout the day today, the topic of conversation has been on the attacks in Paris. Here in Louisiana, perhaps more than anywhere else, there is a strong connection with the French: It’s in our culture, it’s the basis of a (rapidly dying) local language, and it is where we as a state came from. The Paris attacks have now given | Read More »
Yes, Virginia. There is a War on Christmas.
Yes, Virginia, despite what the Media may say, there is a very real War on Christmas. It comes every year at the beginning of November, and it is one of the most culturally devastating wars we currently face. However, unlike the other cultural wars we fight (the war on drugs, the war on crime, etc.), this one does not feature a faceless villain. The villain | Read More »
I’m Sorry, America. I Am So Sorry.
Dear America, Over the past week, we have all watched in absolute horror as the higher education system, freedom of speech, and all sense of rationality completely and totally crumbled under the pressure of social justice warriors and college students who very clearly left home unwillingly. I have watched, and felt personally responsible. Did I draw the poop swastika (poopstika? swasticaca?)? Did I shout racist | Read More »