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Not to Defend “The View”…But Get a Grip

It feels gross to sympathize with pampered celebrities, grosser when they are unabashed liberals, and sickening when they are panelists on ABC’s The View. But hosts Joy Behar and Michelle Collins are the victims of this country’s hyper-sensitivity. Ugh. This sucks. In case you haven’t seen this story, this absurd controversy stems from last Monday’s show when the women were ...

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Why is the Left so Defensive of Obama’s Religion?

For once, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is in trouble for something he didn’t say as opposed to something he did. Specifically, he’s taking heat for his failure to defend Barack Obama when one of his supporters questioned his Christian faith. “We have a problem in this country,” said a man attending Trump’s rally in New Hampshire Thursday night. “It’s ...

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Big Government to Blame for Muslim Student’s Arrest

America stopped suddenly on Wednesday when the news broke that a Texas 9th grader was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. Immediately, the ridiculous incident led to universal condemnation of Islamophobia, seeing as how the student in question is a Muslim named Ahmed Muhamed. Liberals leapt over top of one another to see which one could rant against ...

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Glenn Beck Accuses Trump Supporters of Racism

Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck has had it up to here with Donald Trump, even going as far as to accuse his supporters of latent racism. Beck, who hasn’t been shy in his opposition to the Republican frontrunner, said Tuesday that any Tea Partiers who jumped on the Trump bandwagon were probably not genuine in their beliefs. “The media’s ...

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North Korean Saber Rattling: Take 100

Kim Jong Un’s relentless campaign of violent propaganda took a particularly nasty swing this week as North Korea announced that its atomic fuel production plants were back in full operating order. The news itself, believed to be at least somewhat accurate, comes as little surprise to experts on the reclusive country. Though the complex at Yongbyon was shut down in ...

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Stop Chasing the Ghost of Ronald Reagan

The second Republican primary debate will take place Wednesday at the Reagan Library. Considering the setting, you could probably make a drinking game out of how many times the candidates will name-drop the conservative icon. There is even a pro-immigration advertisement set the air during CNN’s broadcast of the debate, comparing Regan’s “shining city on the hill” with statements the ...

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Thousands Gather to Support Police in Houston

If 2014 was the year of Black Lives Matter, 2015 is turning into the year that Police Lives Matter. Following the heinous murders of several law enforcement officers this year, Americans have grown disgusted with the anti-police rhetoric fueling the violence. Their support for the boys in blue was obvious in Houston Saturday; more than 8,000 Texans filled the streets ...

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Virginia Spends $8,000 to Replace Confederate License Plates

When Dylann Roof went on a murderous, racist spree of violence inside a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, politicians everywhere knew what had to be done. Roof had clearly been driven to the edge of madness by the Confederate Flag, proof of which could be found in photos he took with the flag in the background. Yes, this was ...

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Terrorist Clash: Al Qaeda Leader Slams ISIS

When terrorist armies fight, we all win. Just prior to the anniversary of Al Qaeda’s devastating attack on the United States, the architect of the September 11th murders is speaking out…against his chief competition. According to a new report from ABC News, a new tape from Al Qaeda head-honcho Ayman al-Zawahiri is filled with violent declarations against ISIS leader Abu ...

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Police Officer Pleads for Support

It has been enormously frustrating for conservatives (and, really, any sane Americans) to watch the anti-police sentiment take root in a soil made of lies over the past year. But as hard as it has been to watch these attacks from the outside, it must be unimaginably heartbreaking to watch it from inside the job. Plano Police officer Ricky Hendrix ...

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