Hillarynomics: Businesses don’t create jobs

Ed Morrissey,  If you have a job right now, don’t thank the company that hired you or the investors that created the company. According to Hillary Clinton, they didn’t build that.  At first arguing that hiking the minimum wage would not cost jobs, the presumed Democratic presidential frontrunner then extended those thoughts in a very peculiar […] Read More →

Naive Immigration Policy is a Existential Threat

Ken Blackwell,   With planes being grounded in my home state of Ohio and hospital workers in Texas contracting Ebola, Americans now have stark examples of the danger of President Barack Obama’s policies. Obama has refused to impose a travel ban on flights from Ebola-stricken African countries for political reasons. He does not want to quarantine […] Read More →

US probes allegations ISIS used chemical weapons

 The U.S. is investigating claims that Islamic State militants used chemical weapons against Iraqis last month, in what would be a serious escalation of the fighting in the region. Iraqi officials have told media outlets that the terror group used chlorine gas bombs during clashes in September near Baghdad. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest […] Read More →

Experimental Drugs Considered for New York Ebola Patient

 The team at Bellevue Hospital Center treating Craig Spencer for Ebola is considering any and all experimental drugs or other treatments that might help him, an adviser to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Doctors treating Spencer will consider “literally any and all possible therapies that might be available,” including various experimental Ebola therapies […] Read More →

Read Senator Hagan’s Pro-Socialist, Pro-Marxist College Thesis

 Senator Kay Hagan’s pro-Marxist, pro-Socialist college thesis. Hagan, then writing under her unmarried name of Ruthven, approvingly cited left-wing progressive thinkers, including Charles Beard and Thorstein Veblen, in a 1974 college thesis titled, “The Silent Sentinels.” The thesis pushed the then-controversial Equal Rights Amendment in a thesis ostensibly about the suffragists. Hagan advocated a progressive […] Read More →

Republicans and the Language of the Left

Jack Kerwick,   As the mid-term elections approach, it’s high time for Republican commentators to walk the walk. Just the other morning, Mark Steyn, busily promoting his new book, made an appearance on Bill Bennett’s radio program. The latter agreed enthusiastically with the former that in order for conservatives to prevail culturally, it is imperative for […] Read More →

Timeline for New York doctor who has Ebola

 A look at the recent activities of Dr. Craig Spencer, a New York City physician who treated Ebola patients in West Africa and this week became the fourth person to test positive for the virus in the United States: Sept. 18: Spencer leaves for West Africa via Brussels. Oct. 12: Spencer has final contact with […] Read More →