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LITERALLY SHAKING: Our Nation is Drowning in Drama Queenery

Ann Coulter, Until the nationwide protests of the last few days, I had no idea how bad the problem was, but our nation is drowning in drama queenery. The immediate reaction of most celebrities to Trump’s victory was: “THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR MY TAKE ON THE ELECTION!” Aaron Sorkin and David Remnick, in matching

Wayne Allyn Root: ‘The Angry White Voter’ Election

I’m just an ordinary guy. I’m a S.O.B. (son of a butcher), small businessman, homeschool dad and Vegas oddsmaker-turned-political pundit. But last night I was on Romanian TV, Israeli TV, Australian TV and BBC World News explaining how I knew Trump would win big. I’ve actually been predicting Trump would win the GOP nomination and

The three most important lies about this election

Greg Gutfeld,   1. THE ELECTION WAS ABOUT THE OUTSIDER Not really. It was about culture. We know this for a fact: if you replaced Trump with Rubio, Kasich or Cruz, you’d still get the SAME attacks from “Funny or Die,” Bill Maher, Jay Z, Lady Gaga, and so on. The culture enveloped within the liberal industrial

Are We Smarter Than Our Cars?

An SUV speeds out of control down the interstate highway; its accelerator stuck, the vehicle exceeds 100 mph as the woman behind the wheel swerves to avoid other traffic, even veering onto the grassy median to pass slower-moving vehicles. All the while, she is on her cell phone to 9-1-1, and Highway Patrol cruisers are

For Liberals It’s Always 1936

On June 14th, 1936, two days after Alf Landon accepted the nomination of the Republican Party for president, a New York Times columnist wrote: The stage show looked like America, but the convention hall did not. The crowd seemed like the sanctuary of a minority — economically wounded capitalists in shades from eggshell to ecru,

Rasmussen: Republican affiliation hits record high

In 2006 and 2008, Democrats rode a wave of voter dissatisfaction to two electoral victories — and to large leads in party affiliation. By 2010, Republicans had the momentum of voter dissatisfaction, but not the realignment seen in the previous two cycles. According to a new survey by Rasmussen Reports, the realignment seems to have

Quotes of the day

U.S. intelligence analysts watching for indicators of Israeli military action recently reported that there are signs the Jewish state plans an attack against Iran in October. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is preparing to provide logistical support for a military strike but is pressing Israel to delay any action until the administration’s policy of sanctions have