Of Course Conservative Commencement Speeches Are Better!

Writing as though he had uncovered a secret so illogical that it would shock Washington Post readers to their core, Carlos Lozada penned an op-ed this week in support of conservative commencement speeches. Against all odds, he said, conservatives were better than liberals when it came to delivering that final address to graduating classes. Among the strengths of conservative speeches, ...

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ISIS Leader: Islam Is Not Religion of Peace

Speaking as someone who has some authority on the topic, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed in a message this week that moderate Muslims have it wrong when they declare Islam the religion of peace. “O Muslims, Islam was never for a day the religion of peace. Islam is the religion of war,” said al-Baghdadi, the mysterious figure in charge ...

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Public Boarding Schools? Obama Out of Control

If you take all of your cues from the Obama administration, this week you would have learned that Fox News is responsible for the plight of the poor, the first lady sees nothing but racism when she walks out of the White House, and public boarding schools are the answer to street violence. The latter suggestion came from Education Secretary ...

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Democrats Want to Ban Online Ammo Sales

Another day, another unconstitutional attempt to curb gun rights. This week, thirty-one House Democrats put their name to the Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act, a piece of legislation aimed at doing just exactly what’s on the marquee. The brainchild of New Jersey Democrat representative Bonnie Watson Coleman, the bill would put a stop to online ammunition sales, requiring that all ...

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Obama: Fox News to Blame for Poverty Myths

Speaking at Georgetown University on Tuesday, President Obama blamed the media for feeding misconceptions about poor people and their plight. “I have to say, if you watch Fox News on a regular basis, it’s a constant menu. They will find folks that make me mad. I don’t know where they find them. They’re all like, ‘I don’t want to work, ...

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Firefighters With Concealed Carry Permits Stop Tragedy

Two firefighters with concealed carry permits may have prevented a tragedy in New Holland, Wisconsin last Tuesday. According to the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office, two of their officers responded to a call on May 5th. Shots fired at Station 2 of the New Holland Fire Department. When deputies arrived, firefighters had detained a man named Chad Barker. They told police ...

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Liberals Can’t Figure Baltimore Out

To most sensible Americans, the rioting seen in Baltimore was a perfect reflection of that seen in Ferguson. Angry youths, dissatisfied with their lives, used a movement as an excuse to wreak havoc on their own cities. But to liberals, the anger in Ferguson was driven by a white establishment that had exercised racist rule over the community for one ...

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Muslim Cleric Defends Garland Terror Attack

One might wonder why Fox News and Sean Hannity continue to give airtime to ridiculous radical Muslims like Anjem Choudary, but the inevitable drama is apparently too juicy to resist. There were fireworks on Thursday night when Choudary appeared on Hannity’s show to debate Pamela Geller, the host of the Muslim cartoon contest that inspired the Garland terror attack last ...

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Are We Living in Religion’s Last Days?

Last week, opening arguments were heard in a Supreme Court case that will decide the fate of same-sex marriage in the United States. We won’t know until June whether or not these marriages are “constitutionally protected,” but most legal experts predict that the court will come down against state bans. That’s a hornet’s nest of its own, but what such ...

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University Staff Chastised by Muslims

The halls of academia grew narrower this month when faculty at the University of Minnesota were told to remove posters and flyers promoting a discussion panel on Charlie Hebdo. Ironically, the panel was convened to talk about the line between free speech and censorship in the wake of the Paris tragedy. Though the event had already taken place with little ...

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