Democrat Rep. Refers to Jews as “Termites”

House Rep. Hank Johnson (D – GA), already famous for once worrying that too many soldiers on Guam could “capsize” the island and lead to thousands of deaths, is back in the news with another idiotic proclamation. This time, Johnson is under fire for his comments on Jewish settlers in Israel. “There has been a steady, almost like termites can ...

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Hardly Any Christians Among Obama’s Syrian Refugees

The Obama administration is continuing to ramp up the United States’s rate of acceptance, trying to hit a goal of bringing in 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the fiscal year. With only ten weeks left until that deadline, the federal government is letting in more refugees than ever. And despite President Obama’s insistence that it would be un-American ...

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Democratic Party in Chaos as Chair Resigns

After narrowly surviving a primary season that exposed deep fissures on the American left, the Democratic Party is now reaping the contentious harvest sewn by their own biases. The day before the Democratic National Convention was set to begin in Philadelphia, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was pressured to step down amidst an email leak that showed clear favoritism to ...

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Students in Cleveland Need “Safe Space” From Cops

Students at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland are being asked to make some sacrifices on behalf of the country this week. No, these sacrifices are not quite comparable to those made by other young men and women of their generation who have chosen to heroically fight for the United States overseas, but hey, sacrifices are sacrifices, right? And these ...

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Cruz Serves His Revenge Cold, but Victory is Still Trump’s

Ted Cruz was back in campaign mode on Thursday, crowing to the press about the middle finger he’d presented to Donald Trump the night before at the Republican National Convention. “I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father,” Cruz told Texas delegates, many of whom were unhappy he’d chosen not to ...

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Appeals Court Rules Against Voter ID Law

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit struck down voter ID requirements currently being challenged in Texas in a ruling Wednesday. In a 9-6 decision, the court ruled that the law had a discriminatory effect on minorities, a decision that will likely put this issue before the Supreme Court in the 2017 term. This makes the third straight ...

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Pence to Conservatives: Trump is the New Reagan

In the midst of speculation about how enthusiastic Donald Trump was about choosing Mike Pence as his running mate, the Indiana governor wasted no time proving his worth to the ticket. Pence explained in crystal-clear terms on Tuesday why hesitant conservatives should embrace the controversial GOP nominee. Speaking at a luncheon put on by the American Conservative Union Foundation in ...

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A Third of Conservatives Say Hollywood is Anti-Christian

According to a new poll commissioned by Christian filmmakers, Democrats and Republicans have vastly different opinions on how the faith is represented by Hollywood. 32% of right-leaning voters say that Hollywood is biased against Christians while only 5% of liberal-leaning voters agree. “What is your opinion of Hollywood’s treatment of Christianity?” asked the poll. Roughly one-in-three conservatives felt that Hollywood ...

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Three Dead Officers in Baton Rouge – Enough is Enough

Only a week after the stunning assault on law enforcement in Dallas, America was thrust into mourning once again on Sunday when three Baton Rouge police officers were killed by a lone gunman. 29-year-old Gavin Long has been accused of carrying out the attack – an attack that was almost certainly inspired by the anti-cop sentiment that has gripped the ...

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Obama Refuses to Admit Inflaming Anti-Police Passions

President Obama held a town hall meeting in Washington on Thursday to discuss racism, police brutality, and the tragedy that left five Dallas police officers dead last week. While the hour-long event yielded few surprises and even fewer answers to the problems we’re facing domestically, there was one interesting moment that needs to be mentioned. Present at the meeting was ...

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