Quarantines and Chaos, Selfishness and Ebola

In Maine, a judge ruled that there was nothing in the law that could keep nurse Kaci Hickox in her home. The ruling was unnecessary; Hickox had already decided on her own accord that no amount of public disdain was going to keep her home for 21 days. This nurse, who must be admired for her work in West Africa, ...

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John Kerry Still on Bush Apology Tour

Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that the U.S. had to take a different approach to world affairs than it had in the past as he defended the administration’s approach to Iraq. Speaking at the Washington Ideas Forum, Kerry said that while Obama would have preferred an Iraqi government that wasn’t quite so sectarian, it wasn’t America’s business to ...

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When America Suffers, Democrats Thrive

It is a fact of American life that goes unnoticed far too often. Simply put, the more America suffers, the better it is for Democrats. That their entire ideology is based around ensuring that there are always “victims of the system” shows the depravity around which the American left is forged. You can see it play out in almost every ...

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When It Comes to Terror, Liberals Love Victim Blaming

If there’s one thing you can always count on liberals to do, it’s blame America for whatever’s wrong with the world. This policy extends to world hunger, poverty, climate change, racism, and everything else, but it is especially evident when it comes to Islamic terrorism. Not too many liberals are willing to come right out and say, “we deserved it” ...

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RNC Chairman Declares Obama’s Amnesty “Un-American”

It’s about time we got some tough talk from Republican leadership as it pertains to Obama’s immigration strategy. In fact, it’s well past time. Speaking on a conference call with reporters and activists Monday, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus took aim at the president’s plan to give amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. It’s unconstitutional, illegal, and we don’t ...

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Liberalism and Today’s Soft Men

According to a new article out of the UK, today’s men are less skilled in DIY projects than men of earlier generations. The news comes as a UK store called Homebase – think Home Depot or Lowe’s in the U.S. – is announcing that they will be closing a quarter of their stores. Though the store’s misfortunes are probably not ...

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Sacramento Cop Killer Is a Twice-Deported Illegal

It’s always somewhat infuriating to hear of a hard-working police officer killed in action, much less two of them. That fury is doubled, however, when you realize that the man who killed them shouldn’t have been in this country to begin with. Such is the case in Sacramento, where a twice-deported illegal alien named Marcelo Marquez is accused of shooting ...

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Why Is Obama Hiding 15,000 Documents?

According to a new report from Judicial Watch, the Obama administration is once again claiming executive privilege when it comes to the Operation Fast and Furious scandal. Rejecting a federal judge’s order to release 15,000 documents relating to the investigation to the watchdog group, the administration refuses to let this scandal see daylight. The list of documents Judicial Watch wants ...

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Senator Michelle Obama?

There’s a report now that Michelle Obama is being encouraged by her husband’s most fervent supporters to pursue office when his term in the White House is finished. According to sources close to the couple, Michelle is considering a move to California, where she might take aim at the Senate seat vacated by Dianne Feinstein in 2018. 81-year-old Feinstein isn’t ...

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The Ongoing Employment Costs of Obamacare

It’s made up only a fraction of political debate in this year’s elections, but Obamacare continues to be, in my opinion, one of the biggest things holding us back from a full and robust economic recovery. Even with it standing in the way, numbers are on the rise. There’s no doubt about that, even if the numbers aren’t as good ...

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