Republicans are now foundering on the rocky shoals of Donald Trump’s rhetoric. Three weeks after Trump set the media world aflame with his comments about illegal immigration, the debate has not quelled: Democrats and the media, seeking a way to demonize Republicans with Hispanic voters, have turned Trump’s statements into a litmus test for other Republican candidates. Do they agree with Trump, or do they disagree? Did he go too far, or did he raise an important issue?
On Monday, National Review ran the latest in its series of horrifying stories about the attack on rule of law in Wisconsin.
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision mandating that states reward same-sex marriages throughout the nation, churches across the country prepare for the inevitable assault on their tax-exempt statuses.
A new poll from TransferWise shows that 35 percent of those born in the United States would consider ditching their home country to live elsewhere; that number skyrockets among those aged 18-34, the so-called millennials, 55 percent of whom said they would think of taking off if given the chance.
As the left celebrates in wild Dionysian fashion the moral absolution of godking Justice Anthony Kennedy for homosexuality and same-sex marriage, conservatives prepare for the next round of assaults on their religious freedom.
On Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States continued its gushing vomit of nonsensical opinion, issuing three rulings of varying degrees of logic and coherence.
The day after declaring Obamacare magically rewritten and that the lawsuits against discrimination in housing require no proof of actual discrimination, the Supreme Court found a unicorn in the 14th Amendment.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court released its long-awaited decision on Obamacare’s IRS subsidies under federal health insurance exchanges. And, as expected, the Court rewrote the statute to help President Obama’s signature law.
The left seeks to bulldoze history and free speech in pursuit of utopia. Offensiveness, justified or not, justifies the sledgehammer.
On Monday evening, President Obama spoke at the White House annual Iftar dinner, where he continued the promulgate the unifying theme of his presidency: America is deeply racist and evil.
Over the weekend, leftist politicians and the media blamed the racist terror attack in Charleston, South Carolina on conservatives.
On Thursday, 2016 Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton blamed the Charleston, South Carolina church shootings by racist Dylann Roof on the rhetoric of 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court’s streak of incoherent decisions remained intact, as the Court ruled that the state of Texas could ban Confederate flag symbols from license plates but that the town of Gilbert, Arizona, could not place time restrictions on billboards based on content. This is, to say the least, nonsensical. But we expect nothing less than nonsense from the Supreme Court these days.
On NBC News’ Today show, newfound media star Rachel Dolezal, the former local NAACP leader who claims she is black despite her Caucasian ancestry, said she found inspiration in the story of Bruce Jenner’s transition to womanhood.
On Tuesday, Donald Trump laid out the most entertaining campaign launch in presidential history. The stagecraft – descending his elevator in his tower behind his sexy wife – was magnificent. The Donald knew that the crowd expected The Donald, and thus he gave them Peak The Donald.
When he’s on script, Jeb’s a conservative with rhetoric no different than Ted Cruz’s. When he’s off-script, Jeb turns against conservative policy in a heartbeat.
Just last week the President of the United States congratulated Bruce Jenner on his courageous decision to pretend to be a woman, and the entire left bursting into spasms of ecstasy over a collectively insane decision to ratify the notion that men can magically become women. Today, the entire left is struggling to explain how a white woman who identifies herself as black is not, in fact, black.
The debate over whether Congress should grant President Obama fast track authority to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership agreements has now been reduced down to a false choice between free trade and protectionism.
On Wednesday, according to The Hill, the White House Office of Management and Budget approved new plans to regulate airplane emissions. The Environmental Protection Agency will now hold hearings on the prospective findings, then write up regulation. According to the
The peculiar notion that American exceptionalism requires America to bow before international norms finds its apotheosis in the Obama administration’s current foreign policy.
Sunday night featured the annual Tony Awards, celebrating the supposed best of Broadway. Experts predicted awful ratings; the ratings for the Tony Awards have dropped steadily over time, with only 7 million people watching last year. Last night, few were going to tune in, given that no blockbuster musical like The Producers or The Book of Mormon had a shot at the top award, and no major hosts outside Broadway took the stage (the hosts were Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming).
On Friday, Salon.com published a wide-ranging interview with “journalist” Chris Hedges, a former reporter for The New York Times who now writes for Truthdig, among others. Hedges recently spoke at a fundraiser to re-elect openly socialist Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant; now he’s calling for a full-scale socialist revolution.
On Thursday, The Daily Beast released an interview with actor John Cusack, an ardent leftist, who tore apart the Obama administration, dropping the A-bomb of leftspeak: “worse than Bush.” Cusack accused Obama of “state-sanctioned murder” and emptying “language and meaning.” He begged off of a debate about gun control with Vince Vaughn.
On Thursday, Wikileaks released new information about the international trade deal being negotiated by the Obama administration in secret and with the approval of many top Congressional Republicans.
On Tuesday, former Obama advisor David Axelrod informed an Israeli television channel that President Obama considers himself “the closet thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office.” Obama’s deep and abiding connection to Jewish identity is obviously rooted in his ethnic background, connected to Jews via (?); his ideological ties to Jews, such as (?); and a profound connection with the state of Israel as evidenced by (?).