• It’s the End of America as We Know It, and America Feels Fine

    It’s the End of America as We Know It, and America Feels Fine

    Much of the global population doesn’t realize it, but the most powerful nation in the world threw in the towel today on the entire notion of what it means to live in a “land of liberty,” when its Supreme Court ruled in a 6–3 decision the rule of law no longer matters.

  • Total Depravity: Christian Carnage and Western Indifference

    Total Depravity: Christian Carnage and Western Indifference

    The following represents some of the persecution Christians experienced at the hands of Muslims during the month of April, 2015 alone. One wonders how Western media, politicians, and other foolish talking heads would react if Muslims experienced the same sort and amount of persecution in Western nations in just one month—or even a tithe of it.

  • The Media's Vile Attacks On Conservative Assimilationists

    The Media’s Vile Attacks On Conservative Assimilationists

    I have had enough of smug liberal elites wrapped in their “Celebrate Diversity” banners tearing down minority conservatives.

  • Marilyn Mosby Guilty of What She Seeks to Condemn

    Marilyn Mosby Guilty of What She Seeks to Condemn

    I ask you quite sincerely, What is the moral difference between racially motivated abuses of power by rogue municipal police officers and those by prosecuting attorneys?

  • Facing a Changing World Balance, Obama Makes Odd Choices

    Facing a Changing World Balance, Obama Makes Odd Choices

    Is the world back to where it was around the year 1800? One could come to that conclusion after reading British historian John Darwin’s recent book “After Tamerlane,” which assesses the rises and falls of empires after the death in 1405 of the famously bloodthirsty Muslim Mongol monarch.

  • Love and Hate in Dixie

    Love and Hate in Dixie

    “I will never be able to hold her again, but I forgive you.”

  • Hillary Clinton’s Dodginess is Overpowering Her Message

    Hillary Clinton’s Dodginess is Overpowering Her Message

    Hillary Clinton’s reticence is drowning out her message, which is that she is the cure for the many ailments that afflict the United States during a second Democratic presidential term. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has called her “the most opaque person you’ll ever meet in your life,” but when opacity yields to the necessity of answering questions, here are a few:

  • Mankiller Money?

    Mankiller Money?

    A woman will be on the new $10 bill, bumping Alexander Hamilton aside. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says he will choose the woman by year’s end, based on “input from the public.”

  • From Free Speech Movement to This: Anything You Say May Create Hostile Environment

    From Free Speech Movement to This: Anything You Say May Create Hostile Environment

    The University of California has been the subject of derision lately for its recent faculty seminars designed to wipe out so-called “microaggressions,” which the university describes as “everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs or insults” that “communicate hostile messages” to members of “marginalized” groups. These can be unintentional and even “preconscious” or “unconscious” slights.

  • You're What You Say You Are

    You’re What You Say You Are

    Rachel A. Dolezal, the recently resigned president of the Spokane, Washington, office of the NAACP, has come under a bit of controversy. Both of her parents are white, but for eight years, Dolezal claimed that she was black. In addition to her role as president of an NAACP chapter, Dolezal was an instructor of Africana studies at Eastern Washington University.

  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeks to Hurt Consumers

    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeks to Hurt Consumers

    I’ve done it myself. More than once.

  • Hillary and History

    Hillary and History

    There are no sure things in politics, but Hillary Clinton is the closest thing to a sure thing to become the Democrats’ candidate for president in 2016.

  • NATO-Russia Collision Ahead?

    NATO-Russia Collision Ahead?

    “U.S. Poised to Put Heavy Weaponry in East Europe: A Message to Russia,” ran the headline in The New York Times.

  • Clinton's Weakness in Important States

    Clinton’s Weakness in Important States

    Hillary Clinton has relaunched her campaign on Roosevelt Island with a 4,687-word speech. But it’s not clear whether she and her husband, Bill Clinton, can win four presidential elections as Franklin D. Roosevelt did.

  • Obama Is Bipartisan Like I'm a Democrat

    Obama Is Bipartisan Like I’m a Democrat

    Of all the annoying things President Obama does, one of the worst is his hectoring Republicans and conservatives for their partisanship when he is the quintessential divisive partisan.

  • After the Power Grabs: Gov Doesn't Care What Happens to Us - It’s On to the Next Grabs

    After the Power Grabs: Gov Doesn’t Care What Happens to Us – It’s On to the Next Grabs

    How many times has government royally messed up something? And not fired anyone? Or done anything that remotely resembles improving their performance?

  • Jeb Is Right about 4 Percent Growth

    Jeb Is Right about 4 Percent Growth

    “There is not a reason in the world why we cannot grow at a rate of 4 percent a year.” That’s what Jeb Bush said when he officially announced his presidential run in Miami last week. And right off the bat, most economists trashed the idea.

  • McDonald’s, the ‘Progressive Burger Company’

    McDonald’s, the ‘Progressive Burger Company’

    In January, McDonald’s, leaning against the winds of fashion, said kale would never replace lettuce on its burgers. In May, however, it said it will test kale in a breakfast meal (breakfast is about 25 percent of McDonald’s sales). Kale might or might not cause construction workers to turn at 6 a.m. into McDonald’s drive-through lines, where approximately two-thirds of McDonald’s customers place their orders.

  • The Creepy Consequences of Oppression Chic

    The Creepy Consequences of Oppression Chic

    Why was America so shocked by homegirl hoaxer Rachel Dolezal?

  • The Anti-Politician

    The Anti-Politician

    At the declaration by Donald Trump that he is a candidate for the presidential nomination of the Republican Party, media elites of left and right reacted with amusement, anger and disgust.