New York’s Transgender Protections Go Too Far

Let’s say you’re a New York City landlord with a transgender tenant. And let’s say that you refuse to call this individual “Miss” because your tenant is clearly just a man in a dress. Under these circumstances, how should you be punished? A slap on the wrist? No punishment? A fine of up to $250,000? If you chose the last ...

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Dark Times for Israel…and the Middle East

Though reports have been scarce on the evening news, violence in Jerusalem is bubbling to a boil. Since October, more than 120 attacks have been waged by young Palestinians against Israelis, most of them carried out with nothing more complicated or destructive than a kitchen knife. And though the attacks have left more Palestinians dead than Israelis – 80 to ...

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What Aladdin Tells Us About the Polls

The liberal media had a good laugh this week after a polling firm found that 30% of Republican voters were in favor of bombing the fictional city of Agrabah. Agrabah, they pointed out with unrestrained delight, was the setting for Disney’s 1992 film, Aladdin. So unless Republicans think Jafar is a threat to national security, they chuckled, they are just ...

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Seattle Judge Upholds Tax on Guns

Last summer, the Seattle city council voted to enact a “gun violence tax,” forcing the city’s law-abiding gun buyers to pay $25 extra to purchase a firearm. The council also placed a tax on ammunition, charging between two and five cents a round, depending on the type. Immediately, the National Rifle Association and other gun-rights groups filed suit, claiming that ...

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Graham Drops Out, Claims Race “No Longer About 2016”

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham dropped out of the GOP presidential race this week, surprising no one. Graham struggled to make even the slightest showing in the polls, never able to break out of the “kiddie” debates and make a play for the big stage. In a Republican field as crowded as this one, though, he’s not the first good ...

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Texas School District Arms Teachers and Staff

In the small town of Keene, Texas, the school board has voted 6-1 to allow certain teachers and staff to carry handguns during the workday. The new rule, voted into place on December 16, is expected to go into effect in the early months of 2016. Because Keene is such a small town with a vibrant population of pro-gun enthusiasts, ...

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Debate: Clinton Stumbles Badly on ISIS and Trump

The 63 people who watched the Democratic debate on Saturday night must choked on their gluten-free popsicles when frontrunner Hillary Clinton said that the U.S. was on the right track when it came to defeating the Islamic State. “We now finally are where we need to be,” Clinton said. “We have a strategy and a commitment to go after ISIS ...

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Race Relations At Lowest Point Since O.J. Simpson

According to a new poll from the Wall Street Journal and NBC News, race relations in Obama’s America are worse than they’ve been at any point in the last 20 years. Only 34% of Americans now say that race relations are “fairly good” or “very good,” down substantially from the 77% who believed in racial unity immediately after Obama took ...

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Harvard’s Creepy Social Justice Placemats

Knowing that Harvard students would be headed home to their families for Christmas and that liberal brainwashing can be undone by common sense, the campus Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion littered the dining halls with placemats meant to combat any truth bombs the students might encounter at home. The “Holiday Placemat for Social Justice” prepped students with questions and ...

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Professor: Michigan is Product of White Supremacy

According to Professor Joseph Kuilema of Calvin College, his school and the state of Michigan in which it resides is a product of white supremacy. Kuilema penned an op-ed last Friday in response to a recent incident where a couple of students used the freshly fallen snow to draw swastikas on several cars. Kuilema wants his readers to know that ...

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