• The Dictionary Proves It: Government Means Control

    The Dictionary Proves It: Government Means Control

    As the presidential campaign begins to come into focus in the early days of 2015 it should become increasingly obvious that the race will turn on fundamental disagreement about the very nature of government. Democrats believe that government exists in order to help people; since many segments of the populace…

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  • Hollywood’s Grim Vision of the Future

    Hollywood’s Grim Vision of the Future

    The final list of top Hollywood money makers for 2014 delivers some bad news for American culture: not one of these movies counts as even vaguely original or realistic. Seven of the big ten are either sequels, or remakes, or both; five are based on comic books; two more—the delightful…

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  • Use the Oscar Show to Answer North Korea

    Use the Oscar Show to Answer North Korea

    In order to strike back against the devastating cyber-assault from North Korea, Hollywood must turn to the biggest weapon in its arsenal: the Academy Awards broadcast scheduled for Sunday night, February 22nd. Right after Neil Patrick Harris finishes his opening monologue (or, most likely, his opening production number, given his…

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  • Science Exposes Manipulative Lies about a “Latino” Race

    Science Exposes Manipulative Lies about a “Latino” Race

    Scientists recently released the largest ever genetic study of the American public, casting new light on misleading current methods of racial classification. Data from 160,000 participants show that people who identify as African-American possess genes that were 73% African, but 24% European, or “white.” Meanwhile, self-described “Latinos” had DNA that…

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  • Banning Moses Story as “Zionist Propaganda”

    Banning Moses Story as “Zionist Propaganda”

    Many American religious leaders disliked the new film EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS because of its departures from Scripture, but Egyptian authorities banned the movie because it echoes some authentic and “dangerous” Biblical themes. Egyptian Culture Minister Gaber Asfour condemned the film for “historical inaccuracies” and giving “a Zionist view of…

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  • Hillary’s Money Problem

    Hillary’s Money Problem

    Hillary Clinton's status as a wealthy celebrity will make it difficult for her to deploy the populist narrative that helped Democratic nominees win the popular vote in five out of the last six presidential elections. How can a woman who boasts a net worth of at least $21 million and…

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  • GOP Imperative: Rehabilitate “The M-Word”

    GOP Imperative: Rehabilitate “The M-Word”

    An angry caller to my radio show recently tried to discredit me by invoking the dreaded M-word. “You're a moderate!” he growled. “And moderates are killing the Republican Party!” Actually, if the high-riding GOP does face a serious threat at the moment it's coming not from the moderates, but from…

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  • Lesson From Santa: Reward The Nice, Not The Naughty

    Lesson From Santa: Reward The Nice, Not The Naughty

    In this festive season of the year, our leaders should learn from its most visible figure and resolve to reward the nice and punish the naughty. Unfortunately, the Obama administration seems perversely determined to do precisely the opposite in both foreign and domestic policy and to violate what ought to…

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  • Hit North Korea with its Worst Fear: Global Humiliation

    Hit North Korea with its Worst Fear: Global Humiliation

    If a movie inspires a raging international controversy that usually means it's powerful, persuasive and artistically brilliant–like Birth of a Nation, or Battleship Potemkin, or more recently, The Passion of the Christ. That is emphatically not the case with the lame comedy The Interview, which fomented a new crisis involving…

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