I watched The Fellowship of the Ring extended edition with my girlfriend and her family, and I was touched as for the first time by this scene: The Return of the King is such an epic, emotional movie, it’s easy to forget the first installment in The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a masterpiece … Continue reading
Michael Sam, whose greatest accomplishment is being gay, was honored at the ESPYs for his “courage.” Sam’s powerful message: “To anyone out there, especially young people feeling like you don’t fit in, or are not accepted, great things can happen when you have the courage to be yourself.” What does “being yourself” mean? Liberal trendsetters … Continue reading
Megyn Kelly’s obtuse question grabs the headline, but Dick Cheney’s rationalism prevails: Saddam Hussein had a track record that nearly everybody agreed to. We had an overwhelming vote of approval from the Congress. More votes for the action than we’d had in Desert Storm some ten years before. Bill Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, numerous others, spoke … Continue reading
This is not a sign language interpreter. This is not a U.S. congresswoman. This is not a debate. These are not the foundations of a civilization that wants to survive.
Government healthcare is working out swell for veterans. The VA requires its hospitals to provide care to patients in a timely manner, typically within 14 to 30 days, [Dr. Sam] Foote said. According to Foote, the elaborate scheme in Phoenix involved shredding evidence to hide the long list of veterans waiting for appointments and care. … Continue reading
“The founding fathers didn’t create a government like this,” Cliven Bundy says, but I harken back to the Whiskey Rebellion and think, Yes, they did.
Let’s talk about Soviet-style repression of ideas. “Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.” Joseph Stalin Can’t let people in a civilized society have their own ideas about religion, marriage, and homosexuality, now can we? Over at NRO, Kevin D. Williamson … Continue reading
Good news. There is a bill pending in NYC that would make it mandatory for children to obtain a health certificate that shows they are psychologically fit to attend public school, most of the bill is below. First, I couldn’t find that this bill has a co-sponsor so I doubt it will go anywhere but … Continue reading
It’s clear where the Conservative Political Action Conference organizers stand on the definition of marriage when they give a panel the name “A Rainbow on the Right: Growing the Coalition, Bringing Tolerance Out of the Closet.” Rainbow is the symbol for LGBT activism and queerness in general. Going in, you expect the tone of the … Continue reading
You should know by now the Daily Show does not try to cover “all sides” of an issue. They mock people. That’s their job. Did Peter Schiff honestly think Samantha Bee spent 4 hours with him to be evangelized on the evils of the minimum wage? If so, he’s part of the problem. These people … Continue reading