The Carson Conundrum

The Carson Conundrum

Dr. Benjamin Carson, director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, speaks to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, March ...

John Boehner: “louche, alcoholic, lazy, and without any commitment to any principle”

So yesterday we found out that the number of Hillary Clinton emails containing classified information has risen to 150. But, as it turns out, the more interesting ones are not classified (having worked hands on with TS//SI information for a few years I can testify that the information is rarely interesting), the originate with Clinton hatchet man, Svengali, and consigliere Sid Blumenthal. When Hillary was | Read More »

Naming Names: A More Precise Look at Why The Republican Party is Dying

Both Ross Douthat and I have concluded that the Republican Party is set to learn the wrong lessons from the rise of Donald Trump. The party, as we know it, is going to die because the party leadership is incapable of changing. We should examine part of this from one side that rarely gets mentioned — consultants. The consultant class within the GOP has arranged | Read More »

What does Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway (D) intend to do about that defiant County Clerk?

How does Kentucky AG Jack Conway (D) intend to proceed on the Kim Davis same-sex marriage situation?

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That Whole Jesus Thing

If we demanded that only people who understand Christianity covered it in the press, we’d maybe only have a dozen journalists worldwide who were capable of writing about the faith. But it comes in handy today, given the Pope’s latest. I’m not even Catholic, but laughed when I woke up and saw headlines that the Pope was suddenly letting people be forgiven. It’s as if | Read More »

The Planned Parenthood Shutdown

Stop what you are doing and go read this from Ben Domenech on the coming September 30th deadline for Congress to deal with Planned Parenthood. This is one of those pieces I wish I had written. He is spot on and everyone, regardless of your politics, should read it. One of the big points to pay attention to is the media. But the worst bind | Read More »

The EPA Assaults the Private Sector – and the Environment

There are few things more dangerous to private enterprise than government bureaucrats with time on their hands. And since most bureaucrats have no legitimate reason for being – they have lots and lots of time on their hands. In 2009, the federal government had at least 2,748,978 employees – and 97.6% of civilian federal employees were in the executive branch (and do you think that | Read More »

Patrick Murphy (@RepMurphyFL) goes full metal Neville Chamberlain

Sometimes you can’t make this stuff up. Murphy, is a liberal Democrat from Florida. He is also running for US Senate. So it comes as no surprise that he would cheerfully sell out America’s national security interests in exchange for political advance. Therefore this, I’m supporting the nuclear deal with Iran as the best available option to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. — | Read More »

The Desperation of Rand Paul

Paul was campaigning in New Hampshire today and called into a Boston radio show to flame the rest of the GOP field. This reeks of flopsweat. It looks like a man so desperate to keep a dying fund raising effort political campaign alive, despite showing about 3% poll average in a 17-person field, The subject was immigration. This is what he had to say: “That’s | Read More »

Global Warming: The Laughable Secular Book of Revelations

AGW Fiction vs Mapquest Reality Many of the people who ridicule and criticize Christianity the hardest do so by quoting The Book of Revelations. Author Lee Child had a cynical character in the novel Hope and Despair describe it as a bad acid trip. Amazingly, these same individuals don’t express a similar sentiment when some over-credentialed huckster from NCAR tells us | Read More »









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