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9 Other Sharia-Financed Projects Hollywood Should Boycott

On Monday, Hollywood announced a boycott against the Beverly Hills Hotel thanks to its ownership by the Sultan of Brunei, who recently declared that the country would be ruled under sharia law. We hereby recommend that Hollywood leverage its massive market power against these other sharia law targets. May 7, 2014 7:40 AM PT

One Vote from Banning Public Prayer

On Monday, religious and traditionally-minded Americans celebrated as the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that public town halls could open their meetings with prayers. May 6, 2014 1:12 PM PT

6 Times Democrats Demonstrated Their Hatred of the Bible

Kerry makes no distinction between the Koran, the Old Testament, or the New Testament; he makes no distinction between the myriad streams of religious thought throughout history. They are all the same. Anyone who believes in ancient codes of morality is out of step with history. May 6, 2014 12:56 PM PT

The 6 Biggest Lies About Benghazi

That email demonstrates that the White House lied when it said it did not skew for political reasons the talking points provided to Rice; Rice then appeared on the Sunday shows and claimed that a YouTube video lay at the root of the terrorist attacks. But that’s hardly the only lie from this White House surrounding Benghazi. May 2, 2014 11:02 PM PT

WH Blames 'Politicization' for Benghazi... Just Like Every Other Scandal

On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney spun wildly to avoid the evidence that the White House had manipulated the talking points of then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice regarding the Benghazi attacks of September 11, 2012. On Thursday, Carney claimed that the entire issue had been politicized and ripped the investigation into Benghazi altogether. This nonsensical excuse – a scandal doesn’t matter because others are politicizing the scandal – has become a mainstay of political attempts to misdirect from political headaches. May 1, 2014 3:10 PM PT

NBA Can't Legally Terminate Sterling's Ownership

On Tuesday, the National Basketball Association released its Constitution and By-laws – and the release of the text demonstrates clearly that despite media reports, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling cannot be voted out of ownership of his team by colleagues for his racist statements. Apr 30, 2014 9:53 AM PT

8 Things That Won't Get You Banned by the NBA

Good riddance to Sterling. But let’s understand that ginning up the mob based on private feelings is a dangerous business. We now live in a world in which racial feelings are more important than racist acts (as Sterling’s housing discrimination non-ban shows), and in which bad thought trumps bad action. Here, then, is a brief list of things that will not get you banned by a sports league for life. The good news: if we tape record all of these people and then hand the tape to Harvey Levin, presumably we can get them banned relatively quickly. Because privacy now extends only to comments with which we agree as a society. Apr 29, 2014 8:42 PM PT

The Anti-Semitism of the Obama Administration

On Friday, Secretary of State John Kerry told the Trilateral Commission that Israel would turn into “an apartheid state” unless it made concessions to the Palestinians – the same Palestinians who just signed a peace deal between the Palestinian Authority and internationally recognized terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The same Palestinians who have stated time and again that they will not accept the existence of a Jewish state. Apr 28, 2014 7:33 PM PT

Worst 21 Profiles in Time's 100 Most Influential

On Thursday, Time released its list of “The 100 Most Influential People.” Each profile of an “influential person” was written by another famous person. Suffice it to say that mixed in with the meritorious are myriad culture-destroying celebrities, faux heroes, and political cronies. They are influential. Just not the way Time thinks they are. Apr 24, 2014 12:11 PM PT

The Land Grabbing Feds

In October 1980, Gerald Chaffin threw gasoline on his wood-frame home and burned it to the ground. He did it at the behest of the federal government. His crime? The BLM controlled the land on which his home had been located. He was the third owner of the home, which had stood for 37 years to house oil workers. His house, the BLM said, was trespassing. It would have to go. Apr 23, 2014 12:13 PM PT

11 Sebelius Supporters with Egg on Their Faces Today

The Wonk Brigade may look ridiculous today – but then again, the Obama press has been ridiculous in its defense of Sebelius from the start. Here are just a few of the characters who spun wildly in defense of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and who touted her recent 7.1 million announcement as a massive triumph. Apr 11, 2014 5:18 PM PT

LA 2020 Commission Recommends Fixing City--with More Commissions

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles 2020 Commission suggested some recommendations to fix the city it had previously described as declining into irrelevance. The commission pointed out that Los Angeles has a jobs crisis, an economic decrescendo, a traffic nightmare, a poverty problem, an educational collapse. It neglected, however, to disown any of the policy measures that created these problems. Apr 10, 2014 11:58 AM PT

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