Chris Cuomo Is Not That Bright. Good Thing He Can Hide Behind His Last Name.
Chris Cuomo is the privileged son of Mario Cuomo. He is a liberal. He is a Democrat. He is a licensed attorney. But on CNN he plays an objective reporter who pretends to not be liberal. He is a liberal. And in fact, off air, Cuomo is very openly a liberal. He also lets the facade down on twitter. Cuomo, did I mention he was | Read More »
After Garland, free speech not violent extremism is under attack.
For people who constantly bleat about free speech and things “chilling” debate, the American left has gone full-bore Trotskyite in the wake of the terrorist attack in Garland, Texas. Instead of asking reasonable questions (like: why are we coddling obvious terrorists? why is an American Muslim congressman trying to prevent someone from obtaining a visa to the US based on their beliefs? and, yes, why | Read More »
The Struggles Veterans Face Off the Battlefield
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Sean Parnell to discuss his book, Outlaw Platoon, the struggles veterans face when they return home and if movies like American Sniper have raised public awareness of these issues.
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Conservatives upend the political system in Alberta
What if I told you Canada has a province known for oil, cowboys, and conservative politics? It’s true, Alberta is like that. What if I told you that conservative activists in Alberta got sick of the establishment party of that province, and so stood up a new party that stands for, in the words of Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean, “smart spending, balanced budgets, and | Read More »
Mike Huckabee Enters The Contest
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee yesterday declared his intention to seek the Presidency of the United States. The media immediately seized on Huckabee as the “Christian” in the race — editorially pigeonholing Huckabee. They have done so at their own peril. Huckabee will prove himself far deeper and more expansive on issues than the media wants to believe. To be sure, Huckabee is a former | Read More »
Smart Policy and Smart Politics From Gov. Rick Perry on Ex-Im Bank
I don’t have much time to get my thoughts down on this because I am about to read Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims to my kids before I head out to my night job, but Gov. Rick Perry, who is expected to his announce his intention to run for the GOP nomination by June 1, has penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal | Read More »
A Candidate Willing to Change His Mind
Isn’t that what the media wants? A candidate who is bold enough to admit he has changed his mind? Well, we have a mind change and it is a really significant one. Governor Rick Perry has decided to oppose the Export-Import Bank, which is up for renewal in Congress. For those who don’t know, the Ex-Im is a cess pool of waste, fraud, and abuse | Read More »
Kent State: May 4, 1970
If you weren’t around, or old enough to know what was going on, during the period from, say, 1965 to 1970, it is near impossible to explain the turmoil the nation experienced caused by a perfect storm of events: the Civil Rights struggle, the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the non-stop series of anti-war protests. The Democrat convention in Chicago had experienced | Read More »