Author Archives: admin

Treason! Suppression! Liberals Look For Midterm Excuses

Smarting from their smackdown last Tuesday, Democrats and their liberal friends in the press are looking to put the blame for their losses on anything but their own policies. While a few of the more introspectively-inclined writers have taken their own followers to task (why did you lazy bums stay home??), the vast majority of both politicians and “analysts” have ...

Read More »

Gay Rights Group’s Followers Making Death Threats

The dubiously named Human Rights Campaign is the world’s largest LGBT lobbyist organization. Wherever there’s a story about gay rights, you can be sure you’ll see their weaselly fingerprints on it in some form or fashion. But according to Pastor Scott Lively of Abiding Truth Ministries, their latest onslaught of propaganda has gone too far. Lively claims that “HRC has ...

Read More »

Obama Did Not Consult Pentagon Before Launching Airstrikes

With the war against ISIS still producing inconsistent results, many are starting to question what kind of strategy the Department of Defense produced when recommending the airstrikes-only method. Now, according to a Freedom of Information Act request, it turns out that the White House didn’t bother to consult military leaders at all. Obama took quite a bit of grief back ...

Read More »

La Raza Warns Republicans: No White House Without Amnesty

Republicans are still celebrating their dominance in the midterm elections, but La Raza President Janet Murguia was quick to throw a wet blanket over the festivities. She jumped back into the press last week, warning the GOP that they would not be able to take the White House without supporting amnesty for illegal aliens. “If they continue on this trajectory,” ...

Read More »

Ferguson Warning: Expect Rodney King-Sized Riots

A law professor at Indiana University has said we should expect “the LA riots with Rodney King” if the grand jury declines to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Jeannine Bell told a St. Louis CBS affiliate that Michael Brown’s death hurt the community of Ferguson and that protestors had already declared their intentions should the decision go the expected ...

Read More »

Midterm Domination: Was It the Economy All Along?

It was impossible not to smile as the results rolled in late Tuesday night. In state after state, Republicans handily defeated their Democratic opponents. Voters almost everywhere came out to express their displeasure with the Obama White House, and Democrats in Congress took the brunt of the anger. Looking at exit polls, I have to wonder though: was it the ...

Read More »

Liberal Response to Defeat? Throw Away the Constitution

No one likes to lose. Even liberals who think that competition should be erased from the school system (if not from life in general) are smarting from the smackdown they got on November 4th. Most men, when beaten fairly, offer a handshake and a congratulations. They go back to the workshop, determined to figure out where they went wrong. Liberals, ...

Read More »

Our Freedoms Are In Decline – Time for Change

According to the most recent edition of the Economic Freedom of the World Report, the U.S. sits at 9th when it comes to protection of person and property. This is quite the decline, considering we ranked #1 in 1980. We dominated the chart for the next twenty years, but Bush’s Patriot Act put a quick end to that. With Obama ...

Read More »

The Three Reasons Obama Can’t Win Back America

The 2014 election season was notable for one story above all others: the way Democrats in almost every state regarded the president as poisonous to their campaigns. Watching Dems distance themselves from their chief representative has been almost surreal, especially considering that their differences are hardly ideological. Most of these candidates who want to keep Obama as far away from ...

Read More »

Quarantines and Chaos, Selfishness and Ebola

In Maine, a judge ruled that there was nothing in the law that could keep nurse Kaci Hickox in her home. The ruling was unnecessary; Hickox had already decided on her own accord that no amount of public disdain was going to keep her home for 21 days. This nurse, who must be admired for her work in West Africa, ...

Read More »