Chris Matthews: It’s Jim Crow All Over Again

There have been plenty of ludicrous charges of racism against the right for the last few years, but few are as blatant and devoid of sense as this latest one from MSNBC’s Chris Matthews. Closing out his Hardball program on Thursday night, Matthews took direct aim at the current state of the Republican Party, claiming that “the age of Jim ...

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The Government: Now Raising Your Children

As far as I know, it’s not against the law for children to play outside unsupervised. I could be mistaken, but I’d have to read the law for myself. If it is there, I must have missed the fight over its passing. When did parents decide that they would prefer the government to dictate how they did their jobs? I ...

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Sexism Now Defined as Being Nice to Women

The 3rd-wave feminism train is going to keep right on rolling until it heads careening off the nearest cliff. This is a disturbing ideology that dies if it doesn’t make daily progress, and its adherents have long passed the point of making any useful changes to American life. Because they don’t want to stop raging against the patriarchy, though, they ...

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Hillary Breaks Silence, Makes Things Worse

Hillary Clinton broke her deafening silence on Tuesday, addressing at long last the swelling controversy surrounding her use of private email during her tenure at the State Department. “I opted for convenience to use my personal email account, which was allowed by the State Department, because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work ...

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ISIS Supporter Has Damning Words for America

In January, a 20-year-old named Christopher Cornell was arrested for allegedly orchestrating a terror plot against the U.S. Capitol. Having planned the attack with a man who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent, Cornell likely faces a long prison term in federal lockup. But while Cornell himself may pose no further danger to America, a recent interview he ...

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Our Magically Disappearing Gun Rights

The anti-gun left is always coming up with new and exciting ways to encroach on our 2nd Amendment rights. Like a deft magician, they leave no trick untested. First, they claim that the amendment itself is bogus, misinterpreted, and outdated. Then, they claim that not all guns can possibly fit into the protected category of “arms.” Then, they insist there ...

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Political Consultant: GOP Must Expand Base Beyond Whites

According to Whit Ayres, a respected Republican political consultant, the GOP has no choice but to expand their base beyond “older whites, blue-collar whites, marries people and rural residents” is they want to have any chance of winning the White House in 2016. His book, 2016 and Beyond: How Republicans Can Elect a President in the New America (an excerpt ...

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Clinton Emails Should Trouble Both Parties

A number of Democrats insisted Wednesday that the e-mail issue would fade quickly in voter’s minds. This is a line from a Thursday Washington Post article about the growing concerns about Hillary Clinton’s decision to conduct all of her electronic correspondence from a private account during her tenure as Secretary of State. And it’s that line that says so much ...

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Florida Town Declares War on Churches

It reads like something out of a dystopian novel about the end times. A government agent, cloaked in a hooded sweatshirt and concealing a video camera, slips into a coffee bar one Sunday morning. He makes an attempt to blend in with the people gathered there. He films in secrecy, jotting down notes he will later share with his superiors. ...

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University Students Outraged by “Offensive” Frat Party

Does anyone else remember a time when liberals were the ultimate champions of free speech? That time has apparently come and gone, because today’s “social justice warriors” think that nothing – not even constitutional rights – must keep them from eliminating every example of offensive expression. The newest round of liberal sensitivity comes from the University of Texas-Austin, where students ...

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