Yes there is a war on conservative women. Remember binders full of women? I sure do. Following the presidential debate in the fall of 2012 in which Mitt Romney tried to emphasize his commitment to gender diversity by telling the moderator that he had literally "binders full of women," the liberal machine came out to utterly destroy him. What Romney meant was that he had numerous female candidates, whose profiles were kept in binders for reference, just like any other candidate has. But the way in Read more [...]
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate as of August 2014 for white Americans is down to 5.3%. The unemployment rate for black Americans is more than doubled the figure for whites at 12.0%. The unemployment rate for white teens 16 to 19 years of age is 17.0% and the rate for black teens 16 to 19 years of age is nearly doubled at 32.9%.
Black Americans have been after Barack Obama to keep his promise of creating more job opportunities for them. Like all of the Read more [...]
McCain and Obama agree on a lot of things. For the life of me, I can’t really figure out why the RNC chose someone like McCain to be on the ’08 ticket, unless they were for some reason setting McCain up to fail so that Obama would win.
On foreign policy, both Obama and McCain like the idea of sending loads of cash and heavy weaponry to terrorists in the Middle East, so that they can de-stabilize the region, bring down Assad and have him replaced with some other person who is much more easily Read more [...]
It was in the context of the administration’s belief in man-caused global warmism that the Louisiana Governor made his comments. Even the EPA would agree with Jindal to an extent. It was revealed recently that the EPA is not concerned about pollution or global warming when they issue mandates for power plants and try to regulate everyone else’s carbon emissions. Even they admit it’s purely political. Michael Bastasch with the Daily Caller wrote:
Emails between top Environmental Protection Read more [...]
A group of parents in Buffalo and Rochester, New York, has filed a lawsuit against the state, saying that the state’s formula for funding charter schools illegally shortchanges them compared to public schools.
The suit, Brown v. New York, was filed Monday night and announced Tuesday afternoon with the aid of the Northeast Charter Schools Network, an advocacy group for over 200 charters in both New York and Connecticut.
It claims that New York systematically gives charter schools less money than Read more [...]
Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) is in the midst of a tough reelection fight and so he is pulling out all of the stops in an effort to win. Including, running away from President Obama at all possible speed! However, he recently went too far and now he even has the liberals in the media laughing at him.
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RGIII (aka Robert Griffin III), the quarterback for the Redskins, was wearing a “Know Jesus, Know Peace” t-shirt before a press conference when an NFL rep said that was not allowed. So RGIII, to avoid a fine and a conflict, turned it inside out.
When I first heard this story, I assumed some kind of Christian persecution was going on. But it turns out this is just standard NFL policy. RGIII has been fined before for wearing an Adidas shirt (since he has a Nike sponsorship, I’m presuming). Read more [...]
John Albers was seeing a therapist to help him with his stress management. The therapist advised him to call a suicide hotline in order to have someone he could talk to help him relieve his stress.
In June, he called. He let them know that this was not an emergency and chose the option for an online chat with someone at the center. He waited for five hours for someone to chat with and was told that the call volume was too high and that he would be on the list for a chat the next day.
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It was back in May of this year that police officers broke into this guy’s house around 5:30 in the morning. Actually, they don’t call it a break-in when it’s police. They call it “serving a search warrant.”
They choose the worst time of day (or night) to conduct their search. They do it at a time when most people would be taken by surprise. This isn’t such a good idea, especially in a state like Texas, where so many residents are armed with guns.
So, this almost-50-year-old Marvin Read more [...]
Here’s another case where a gun-free zone sign failed to act to prevent a shooting.
It was at a county supervisors meeting at the courthouse in Maquoketa, Iowa where a man came to dispute his property taxes. He was actually a former Maquoketa city manager himself.
The courthouse had the usual gun-free zone sign posted at the entrance, which is supposed to deter those with ill intent from doing anything bad. They don’t usually work though.
This man was upset about his property taxes, Read more [...]
We should praise CNN for a recent bit of reporting that they did covering the intense and pervasive persecution faced by Christians in China. Recently, on Out Front with Erin Burnett the exposed the evil attacks on Christians - including violent beatings from Chinese police - carried out by the Chinese government.
"ISIS first made global headlines in part for its aggressive targeting of Christians in Iraq. But right now, at this moment, Iraq is not the only country where Christians are currently Read more [...]