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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 28: Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide, speaks at the 'Sixties' series premiere party at Grand Central Terminal on May 28, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)

CNN: The Corleone Network

Here we go again: CNN is once again making itself the news story rather than reporting the news, this time by threatening to name the underage Reddit user who initially created the now infamous CNN-Wrestling GIF Tweeted by President Trump:

To Not Choose Is to Choose

I understand the Cruz supporters and Never Trumpers’ angst about Trump. He’s not a full-spectrum conservative. But remind me of all of our nominees in the past who have been?

Judge Napolitano's Rant Is Right: It's About 'Them'

Making its way through cyberspace is a bold, brash and largely accurate depiction of the state of American government and politics.  Delivered on his last nightly broadcast, Judge Andrew Napolitano takes on the system in a five-minute rant about just

Barbarians and S.O.B.s Unite

According to my calculations, it’s only a matter of time before tea partiers are called reptilian aliens from outer space. I would say zombies, but sadly that was already done by some charming people and their little video game, “Tea

The Pickens Plan and Crony Capitalism

I still find it strange when those who claim they believe in free enterprise, limited government, reducing government intervention in the marketplace and fiscal responsibility, suddenly take an “Everywhere but in my house” approach. I am referring to the more

Collective Bargaining Is a Privilege, Not a Right

I keep hearing the narrative that somehow, as though it were written in stone, collective bargaining is a right for public sector unions. I would disagree entirely: collective bargaining is a privilege, not a right, for public sector unions. And

American Majority: On the Ground in Madison

On Saturday, standing on the state capitol steps in Madison, Wisconsin I saw history. I saw the first public, physical manifestation of the great struggle between the tea party movement and the public sector unions. At stake: the future freedom

I Like Mike (Pence)

There’s been a lot of chatter about Mike Pence and a potential Presidential bid by him. From National Review to the Washington Examiner, to George Will to others at the Washington Post, even to Erick Erickson’s post on RedState, people

The November Elections: The Opening Salvo

The 2010 primary season was, for the most part, a good one for limited government, freedom-loving conservatives. Most of the high profile challenges against the incumbent or establishment candidates, with Mike Lee, Ken Buck, Joe Miller, and Sharron Angle ended

Post-Party Summits: Organizing for a Free America

We are in a fascinating period in American history, where a confluence of developments has transformed our citizenry’s relationship with government. The mainstream media is distrusted and dying. The majority of our elected officials – let’s not bother with terming