John Hayward

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Beat cops aren't the problem in a 'police state'

Despite all the controversy over encounters between cops and citizens after the Ferguson incident, "police states" really aren't about random meetings between uniformed police officers and regular folks going about their lives.  It's all about the steady expansion of laws and regulators, not beat cops. Sep 19, 2014 2:31 PM PT

Outlawed in America: The American flag

I'm old enough to remember when the big controversy surrounding American flags was whether or not we should make it illegal for dim-bulb protesters to burn them in public.  There was quite a bit of energy behind flag-burning bans for a while there.  Instead, it has become illegal to display an American flag, at least in certain places and times. Sep 18, 2014 9:41 AM PT

The Left has no problem with "dark money" when it benefits them

To hear the incessant liberal bleating about the Koch Brothers - Senator Harry Reid commandeers the floor of the World's Greatest Deliberative Body at least once a week to rail against them, secure in the knowledge his targets can't sue him for slander as long as he's stealing America's time for his little tirades - you'd think they were biggest source of corrupting political money in America.  In fact, they come in about sixty-eight slots down the list of big givers.  The top ten are all Democrat donors, quite a few of them labor unions. Sep 16, 2014 9:30 PM PT

ISIS Ladies' Auxiliary update: Scratch one poster girl

Last week, I mentioned a pair of cute Austrian teenage girls who had joined the disturbing trend of young women either born in the West, or raised most of their lives in Western countries, running off to join ISIS.  (I continue to think the potentially more unsettling story we haven't really heard yet is the number of young ISIS sympathizers who didn't get on planes to fly to Syria and Iraq, and are still knocking around America and the United Kingdom, waiting for further instructions.)   Sep 15, 2014 9:36 AM PT

'Z Nation': lightweight zombie contender for the 'Walking Dead' championship belt

This weekend SyFy launched their entry into the zombie apocalypse genre, "Z Nation."  It's from the people who made "Sharknado."  It's trying to ride the coattails of the biggest show on television, "The Walking Dead," which is only a few weeks away from kicking off its new season on AMC.  The crazy thing is, it just might work, because this lightweight contender for the zombie championship belt is surprisingly good. Sep 14, 2014 11:19 AM PT

ISIS beheads another hostage

The not-Islamic Islamic State we're not at war with just beheaded another hostage on video, this time a citizen of the United Kingdom, another member of the non-coalition our hideously incompetent President forgot to put together before he announced it on television last Wednesday.  The British seem inclined to believe the videotaped execution of aid worker David Haines is authentic, as Prime Minister David Cameron took to Twitter on Saturday evening to denounce the heinous deed: Sep 13, 2014 5:34 PM PT

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