Let’s Stop Pretending To Be Offended By Everything

“Political correctness has become a straightjacket.” – Gary Oldman This is going to be a short one. As a society, we’re Benjamin Buttoning; we’re regressing daily into weaker, more feeble, sensitive creatures. The delicate flowers on the interwebs had a meltdown this week after two actors made a joke, using the words “slut,” and “whore.” During an interview with Digital Spy, Avengers: Age of Ultron Stars Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner hurt some feels (goodness, I’m already crying): After Read more […]

Will Clergy Be Forced To Perform Same-Sex Weddings?

Alan K. Simpson said that “there is no ‘slippery slope’ toward loss of liberties, only a long staircase where each step downward must first be tolerated by the American people and their leaders.” Arguments supporting religious protections against the gay intoleratti are often linked inextricably to the idea of the “slippery slope.” However, as Simpson said, the term “slippery slope” is a misnomer, it denotes a kind of unaware tumble. What we are witnessing is a deliberate and thoughtful descent Read more […]

The Left Will Find A Way To Make Carly Fiorina Sexist

“Never let the future disturb you. You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present.” – Marcus Aurelius In the war of ideas, conservatives arm themselves with heavy artillery, while liberals have only slingshots. To combat this inequity, this inability to win arguments reasonably and logically, liberals have resorted to identity politics. Identity politics draws legitimate discourse down to the baseness of emotions, which cloud the minds of Read more […]

When ‘Rape Culture’ Meets Reality

“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” – Aldous Huxley In a recent piece for Salon, Andrea Flynn argues that allowing “campus carry” is a kind of “victim blaming.” “…So far they’ve been silent on how we might prevent young men – who, of course, would also be allowed to carry a gun – from attempting to rape women in the first place…Let’s be clear. People aren’t raped because they aren’t carrying firearms. They are raped because someone rapes them. What a sinister Read more […]

Ted Cruz Answers Gay Marriage Question Brilliantly; Some Conservatives Upset

There’s been a recent hubbub about the way in which Marco Rubio answered a gay marriage question posed to him by Jorge Ramos. “Would you attend a gay wedding?” Rubio answered in the affirmative, but his answer is irrelevant. What is relevant is why the media—in the face of the monumental problems facing the United States—would ask such an asinine question. There’s a simple answer: the gay marriage question a gotcha question, designed to tarnish candidates. The media needs Republicans to Read more […]

The 2016 Election & Affirmative Action Voting

How does affirmative action voting denote any real progress in society? It means the opposite! Diversity for the sake of diversity is an idea with deep roots in the Democratic Party. While originally intended to integrate those whom society had improperly excluded–the goal of the civil rights movement—the push for diversity has led us right back to where we started. People aren’t seen as individuals, but as demographics to be used, exploited, and manipulated to the benefit of politicians. To Read more […]

Harry Reid Makes Sexist Generalizations—but It’s Ok, because They Were Positive Ones!

Terms are powerful things; labels, in particular, stick to people. This is something the left knows very well. When Barack Obama was running for President, everyone who criticized him was labeled “racist.” It didn’t matter if your disapproval stemmed from legitimate policy disagreement, you were still a racist—and that dead horse has been beaten for the last six years. Now that Hillary Clinton is running for President, sexism will be the new racism. Any critique of Clinton will be smacked with Read more […]

Al Sharpton Organizing Fast Until Loretta Lynch Confirmed—But There’s A Catch

Famous motivational speaker Tony Robbins said that “the only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment.” When one has a desire to see change in the world around them, they must commit to something. What that something is depends upon the circumstances surrounding the given situation. For some, fasting is the commitment of choice. For example, Mahatma Ghandi famously fasted for 21 days on three separate occasions—once in 1924, again in 1933, and finally in 1943. Numerous other Read more […]

ISIS At The Border—What’s Next?

“Let us never negotiate out of fear, but let us never fear to negotiate.” – Barack Obama, quoting JFK According to sources informing Judicial Watch: “ISIS is operating a camp just a few miles from El Paso, Texas…The exact location where the terrorist group has established its base is around eight miles from the U.S. border…Mexican intelligence sources report that ISIS intends to exploit the railways and airport facilities in the vicinity of Santa Teresa, NM (a US port-of-entry).” During a Read more […]

CO2 Continues To Explode, Yet Global Warming Takes 17 Year Hiatus

“The goal of modern propaganda is no longer to transform opinion but to arouse an active and mythical belief.” – Jacques Ellul In my admittedly limited time covering politics, I’ve stumbled upon the same behavior and beliefs time and time again. People tend to believe the most simple lies because they are the easiest to swallow. As such, the most simple corrective lessons bear the most repeating. One of the most simple, yet elegant lies of this generation is that of global warming–which became Read more […]

How Esteemed Rutgers Professor Brittney Cooper Dug Her Own Grave, Then Blocked Me From Twitter

“When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.” – Dale Carnegie It finally happened. I ticked off a liberal so much, they blocked me from their Twitter. How did I upset them so deeply that they refuse even to interact with me on a social media app? There’s the story. On April 1st, Salon published a piece by esteemed Rutgers Professor Brittney Cooper in which Cooper argued a great many stupid things. The piece was titled “The right’s Read more […]

Can Ted Cruz Win?

Some conservatives are arguing that a Ted Cruz win can never happen. Here’s why they are wrong. “There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” – Aldous Huxley The leftist media despises Ted Cruz—we all know that. He’s able to outsmart even the most clever gotcha questions with ease, he’s completely unafraid of the wave of ad hominem attacks and lies being thrown at him daily, and he’s a man rooted in his convictions. It makes sense that Ted Read more […]