• NOT DOUBLING DOWN; A WHOLE NEW DECK

    NOT DOUBLING DOWN; A WHOLE NEW DECK

    Unfortunately, too many conservatives give the president credit he doesn't deserve regarding his State of the Union agenda. Senator Ted Cruz, House leaders Steve Scalise and Jeb Hensarling, have all suggested that Obama has “doubled down” on his agenda. The blackjack definition for “doubling down” is to “hold your existing…

    read more
  • OBAMA TELLS YOUNG: LAWS CONTROL EVERYTHING IN LIFE

    OBAMA TELLS YOUNG: LAWS CONTROL EVERYTHING IN LIFE

    A teenaged YouTube star asked the president a question that stumped him. “I never really followed politics that much” said Bethany Mota. “Why should the younger generation be interested in politics, and why should it matter to them?” After brief stammers and stalls, Obama offered this: “The reason we even…

    read more
  • Rand Paul and His Papa Problem

    Rand Paul and His Papa Problem

    Why should the pathetic ravings of a 79-year-old retired Congressman from the far political fringe help to determine the outcome of the upcoming race for the GOP Presidential nomination? Because the recent outbursts of former-Representative Ron Paul (Libertarian-Mars) place his son, Senator Rand Paul, in an all-but-untenable position that could…

    read more
  • “Sniper” Hits the Target

    “Sniper” Hits the Target

    The record-breaking success of Clint Eastwood's AMERICAN SNIPER has shocked the Hollywood establishment and produced angry denunciations from Tinseltown leftists. SNIPER earned more than $100,000,000 its first weekend in wide release—the strongest opening for any war movie, ever. It also counted as the top January opening in history—easily beating AVATAR,…

    read more
  • Poll Gives Edge to GOP Mainstream

    Poll Gives Edge to GOP Mainstream

    According to conventional wisdom, strident activists will dominate the Republican primaries, but a new poll suggests otherwise. A CBS news survey asked self-identified Republicans whether or not they wanted to see various candidates run for president. A plurality of GOP voters had negative responses to the candidacy of many candidates…

    read more
  • “Some Consolation” in Anti-Israel Smears

    “Some Consolation” in Anti-Israel Smears

    The Palestinian attempt to join the International Criminal Court to pursue “war crimes” charges against Israel represents the sort of vile and groundless smear employed by Jew-haters throughout history. The Israelis didn't begin last July's “Operation Protective Edge” in order to inflict “genocide” on innocent civilians but to stop the…

    read more
  • Unequal Treatment of Terror Victims

    Unequal Treatment of Terror Victims

    The world seems uniquely outraged over the massacre of French cartoonists and writers at a satirical magazine but it's not easy to explain why. The journalists had been threatened for years and knew they exposed themselves to danger through their work. That wasn't true for the 2,000 slaughtered in Nigeria…

    read more
  • Free Speech for One Side Only

    Free Speech for One Side Only

    Imagine that a fire chief self-published a book making the case for gay marriage, and pleading for greater acceptance of homosexual relationships. Is it conceivable the mayor would fire the long-time public servant for potentially offending some members of his department and citizens of the city? That's the right question…

    read more
  • Rand Paul’s Worst Enemy

    Rand Paul’s Worst Enemy

    The ravings of a 79-year-old former Congressman may help decide the 2016 race for the GOP presidential nomination. Ron Paul responded to recent massacres in France by blaming the French, not terrorists. He condemned “their risky foreign policy” and “the fantasy that they attack us because they…cannot stand our free…

    read more