Lindsey Graham Finds a Seat on the Trump Train

Well, we found out what Lindsey Graham fears most: being called a rotten egg. While he’s not quite the last significant elected Republican on board the Trump Train, he waited about as long as would be decently acceptable. Graham came around to his enemy Ted Cruz almost immediately; with Trump, it took the guy a little while to see the ...

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Will Bernie Bring His Supporters to the Dark Side?

On Meet the Press this Sunday, Hillary Clinton said she was ready to get together with Sen. Bernie Sanders and hammer out the details of their eventual unity. “I think that Senator Sanders has every right to finish off his campaign however he chooses,” lied Clinton. “I do think there will then be the obvious need for us to unify ...

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Judge Sends Obama Lawyers to Ethics Class

If only there were a man like Judge Andrew Hanen that could have compelled Barack Obama to attend ethics classes before taking the oath of office, we might have avoided the worst of the last eight years. But while Hanen never had a chance to get the president’s mind right, he’s going to make damn sure his attorneys get their ...

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Atheists: No Child Should Have to Say Pledge

Florida atheists despise the “under God” portion of the Pledge of Allegiance, and they want to make sure that students know they don’t have to say it. The Central Florida Freethought Community, in conjunction with American Atheists, sent a letter to Florida school districts this month informing them of their responsibilities under current state law. “We will, after the start ...

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CBS the Newest Target of Racial Grievance Society

Well, it’s been a few months since everyone got to direct all their impotent racial rage at the Oscars, and the activists on social media are bored. Thankfully, CBS appeased their need for drama in their lives; not through their actual shows, but through the racial makeup of those shows. Yes, apparently the network made a grave mistake when they ...

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Could They Still Take Trump’s Nomination Away?

There’s been plenty of talk in recent weeks about Republicans like Mitt Romney and Bill Kristol trying to find someone who will run as a third-party candidate against Donald Trump, but apparently some Republicans  haven’t given up the hope that Trump could be replaced as the nominee altogether. The NeverTrump movement, indeed, seems to be alive. Not well, perhaps, but ...

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On Transgenders, We Need to Start Playing Offense

You probably didn’t need a crystal ball to see the Republican backlash that followed the Obama administration’s absurd directive to public schools, telling them to let transgender people choose their own bathroom…or else! But even though we can be proud of those Republicans for speaking out against the president’s tyrannical efforts, we can’t help but notice that they are – ...

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The Planned Failure of Obamacare

If you didn’t already suspect that President Obama’s Affordable Care Act was just a stepping stone towards socialized medicine, a recent analysis from the New York Times indicates that we’re moving into the “it’s not working” phase of the program. After defending Obama’s plan for years, our media masters are starting to feel comfortable pointing out what conservatives have been ...

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New Idiot Strategy: Let House Decide Next President

It’s the movement that simply doesn’t know when it’s time to give up. The NeverTrumpers failed to accomplish their goal of keeping Donald Trump away from the Republican nomination, but apparently they still have a lot of money to waste. Though recent stories in the Daily Caller and The Hill have basically confirmed how weak the notion of a third-party ...

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Liberal Activists Launch War on “Fatphobia”

By the time America’s liberals are finished, everyone in the country will be able to claim they are being oppressed. Unsatisfied with merely “protecting” racial minorities, Muslims, illegal immigrants, women, and gays, the social-justice movement now wants to defend obesity as a valid life choice we should all respect. At the University of Minnesota this week, “fat activist” Virgie Tovar ...

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