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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Obama Calls on States to Enforce Gun Laws

The Obama administration, increasingly frustrated with their inability to pass gun control in the wake of a series of high-profile massacres, is now turning to local and state governments for help. Vice President Joe Biden will be heading up the new initiative, which aims to persuade state governors to better enforce gun control measures already on the books. In one ...

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Italians Ban the Burqa

To hear it from the American mainstream media, only racists support Donald Trump’s uncompromising stance against Islamic terrorism. Everyone else – Republicans, Democrats, Europe, Canada, Russia, Charlie Brown, etc. – thinks we must embrace Islam more tightly than ever when our citizens are slaughtered. But wouldn’t you know it, not everyone thinks that way. In the northern Italian region of ...

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PC Nonsense: Now They’re “Undocumented Citizens”

Well, well, look at this. First, it was inappropriate and offensive to refer to them as illegal aliens. It had to be illegal immigrants. Then that was offensive. So it became “undocumented immigrants.” But now, if the University of Maryland’s new poster campaign is on the leading edge of the left’s movement, even that term is too offensive. The new ...

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Trump Won’t Win, Says Republican Pollster

In a Foxnews.com op-ed, pollster David Merritt lets us know that Donald Trump is not the “true frontrunner” of the Republican primary season. See, because Trump’s ascension to the top of the field doesn’t match the polling results his firm – Luntz Global Partners – came up with eight months ago, then surely the nomination will go to someone more ...

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