The Revelation: “All we want,” said Kudlow, “is for everybody to get richer.”
Therein hangs a tale. And therein, perhaps, hangs the outcome of a presidential race.
The Republican Party (much to the astonishment of practically everyone) is composed exclusively of … people. It thus is subject […]
I enjoyed O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies. And he followed it up with an hour show on each character. So we had bad guys, Good guys, and maybe some psychos. But I always get a kick out of O’Reilly’s take that this is all true and […]
Some troubles stay perennially newsworthy. Hardly is the “last one” about them penned, they revive through unforeseeable issues and, by sanity’s standards, surprising scandals. These re-animations of the plot are of a nature that the rational brain could not predict without ingesting dope.
A growing number of […]
You’ve heard of Area 51: the super secret government site around which all manner of far-fetched conspiracy theories have swirled for decades. You may not have heard of Agenda 21, which would be unfortunate because Agenda 21 involves something like an actual conspiracy, though one out in the […]
Last week the first inquests opened into the deaths of the British citizens killed in the Tunisian massacre.
On Friday, a minute’s silence was held across the UK during which British Prime Minister, David Cameron, bowed his head in a display of pious indignation. Cameron has declared a “generational struggle” against the likes of those […]
In a recent article in Commentary, Jonathan Tobin states, “As the Times notes, even though both Iran and Hezbollah agree that there will be no coordination with the United States – a position that the administration is adamant about – the reality on the ground may […]
On Sunday, 61% of Greek voters rejected the European bailout referendum. The Greek financial situation has led many American conservatives (and neoliberals) to point to Greece as an object lesson in the failures of socialism. Focusing only on Greece’s spending habits, however, misses the underlying issue, and American conservatives need to understand this if they […]
A week ago the Supreme Court turned down an appeal from former Republican Congressman Rick Renzi, who began serving a three-year prison term in February. In 2006, a left-leaning U.S. Attorney in Arizona saw an opportunity to take out the popular, charismatic conservative Congressman by going after him […]
The Barack Obama Administration is – even more than any of its predecessors – the Crony Socialism Administration.
No prior presidency has used and abused government to do more for its friends – and more to its friends’ competitors – than has this one.
When Private […]
Last month the GOP suddenly awoke.
As Michael Tomasky wrote in the March 19 issue of the New York Review of Books:
As matters are shaping up so far, the sense of many people I speak to is that the election appears destined to be about the […]
Things aren’t looking good in America right now. Liberals are waging a very effective, very selective, war against anything they deem “offensive.” Nothing is safe. Bo and Luke Duke are on the run, not from bumbling law enforcement buffoons, but from a whiny coterie of self-appointed public censors […]
On the morning of April 15, 1912, the ship named the Titanic struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean during its voyage from the United Kingdom to New York City. At least 1500 crew and passengers lost their lives in a frigid watery grave that day.
Under the […]
San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy claims another citizen’s life
At the same time that the news media pile on with negative stories about presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments about illegal alien rapists, killers and robbers, a case in California tends to prove his point. The suspect arrested […]
While reading a Rasmussen article I ran across this interesting set of statistics which were buried within:
“Only 20% now consider the federal government a protector of individual liberty. Sixty percent (60%) see the government as a threat to individual liberty instead.”
Given the Supreme Court’s recent […]
In this piece we will be examining what I believe to be the most significant points of the recent Supreme Court majority opinion on marriage penned by Justice Kennedy, and refuting them. But because this opinion was in actuality, more legal homily than legal analysis, […]
I could be wrong, but I think this is the sole case of the United States of America codifying an emotion. The Supreme Court decision on gay marriage reads like a romance novel with talk of love, commitment and intimacy.
Civil marriage was never created because two people loved each other and wished to make […]
Quote by Ray Bradbury on reading and critical thinking.
RESOLVED: In seeking the restoration of our religious and civil liberties, the strategy is critical to ensuring the legitimacy behind our cause is just. For 227 years, our […]