That Time The Media Lied About Matt Drudge, And Pretty Much Got Away With it

“In skating over thin ice our safety is in our speed.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Lying is a radical practice, in that it takes extraordinary arrogance to walk on such a narrow surface, and expect not to fall. I hate to use the word “bravery,” as it invokes a positive action, but it does take a certain bravery to lie as well as Democrats do. More than any time in our country’s history, our government, and our media can get away with the most egregious lies. It is in the nearly marital partnership Read more […]

Chris Matthews, Mind Freak

I think it’s time to begin a formal list containing all the words that Chris Matthews believes are racist dog whistles. So far we have Chicago, golf, White House, apartment, community organizer, ACORN, states’ rights, welfare, and Marxist—oh wait, that’s just describing what Obama is. Now we can officially ad “we” to the list. Yes “we,” the word usually used to reference a group of people as a single organization made up of individuals. We is racist, so we can’t say it anymore…I mean, us can’t Read more […]

False Rape Accusation After Totally Consensual Public Sex Act

I don’t want to discount the severity of rape or its psychological repercussions on a person, but if something smells fishy, I’m going to point it out. There’s a story out of Ohio that lit up Twitter when a photo was posted to it that showed a young woman and a young man engaging in a sex act on a public sidewalk. The woman, a 21-year-old college student at Ohio University, is seen sitting on a ledge in front of a storefront window, her hands resting casually on the ledge on either side, while Read more […]

The Boston Bombing & Political Agendas

John F. Kennedy said: “The courage of life is often a less dramatic spectacle than the courage of a final moment; but it is no less a magnificent mixture of triumph and tragedy.” We live in a strange world; and an even more peculiar time. We live in a world where within the span of a day, one can experience the greatest joy, and the most crushing sadness. Sometimes, the higher we feel, the harder the fall. Yesterday’s Boston Marathon bombing is a prime example of the nature of our lives. At one Read more […]