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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After Garland, More Calls for Gun Control

There was a certain amount of ironic inevitability in the latest piece of propaganda from anti-gun group Moms Demand Action. Not because of the video itself – a push to get mothers to make gun control a community issue – but because of the timing of its release. It came out just hours after a terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, ...

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96 Percent of Ivy League Professors are Democrats

It won’t come as a surprise to anyone reading this that academia is lousy with liberals, but even the editors of the Harvard Crimson were shocked at just how lopsided the field really is. According to a new survey, 96 percent of faculty donations at Harvard and other Ivy League universities went to Democrats over the last three years. Nationally, ...

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Hillary’s First Challenger: A Self-Styled Socialist!

On Thursday, Senator Bernie Sanders became the first man, the oldest person, and the only self-professed socialist to run for the 2016 Democratic nomination. Though few political analysts expect him to pose much of a challenge to the Hillary Clinton machine, some have expressed hope that his presence will force her to get in touch with her liberal side. Sanders ...

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Michael Moore Has All the Solutions

Filmmaker Michael Moore, one of America’s most treasured socialists, is outraged over the treatment of this country’s black citizens and he has just the solution. According to Moore, we can fix what ails the United States by releasing “every African-American currently incarcerated for drug ‘crimes’ or non-violent offenses” from prison. And if you haven’t already rolled your eyes so far ...

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Baltimore a Lesson in Liberalism

Whenever you get a situation like the one that has played out in Baltimore over the last few days, pundits, politicians, and writers fall all over themselves trying to answer the one basic question: why? Very few of them have come within throwing distance of the right explanation. There are many factors at play, but they all come down to ...

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Supreme Court Should Not Redefine Marriage

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the opening arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, a case where the outcome will likely decide once and for all whether or not gay marriage becomes the law of the land. Referred to by many as the “Roe v. Wade of same-sex marriage,” the first day of the case demonstrated that the justices have ...

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Hillary Calls For Changes to Religious Beliefs

Barack Obama campaigned successfully on a broad message of hope and change, and we’ve already heard that Hillary Clinton wants to use his political strategies as a blueprint for her own campaign. But where Obama wisely hid the worst of his socialist agenda behind vague language and buzzwords, Clinton is now advertising how extreme she is willing to get when ...

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“Doonesbury” Artist Slams Charlie Hebdo Victims

In early April, “Doonesbury” cartoonist Garry Trudeau took aim at the Charlie Hebdo artists and writers who lost their lives in a vicious terrorist attack in January. Trudeau claimed the magazine was engaging in “hate speech,” arguing that under the right circumstances, “free speech becomes its own kind of fanaticism.” In the weeks since, Trudeau has been criticized for choosing ...

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