Oh My: George Takei Called Justice Thomas ‘A Clown In Blackface’

There is a serious argument against the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision, which said there is a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. That being said, there is still a legitimate debate as to whether this was the proper avenue to grant this right for gay Americans, instead of the legislative process. Nevertheless, it’s hard… [Read More]

Jonah Goldberg: You Can’t Compromise With Culture Warriors

I loved reading the “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” books to my daughter. The somewhat Aesopian theme is that if you give the mouse what it wants — a cookie — it will just want more: a glass of milk, a straw, etc. The story came to mind last week, a week that… [Read More]

First Amendment Defense Act Proposed to Protect Business Owners from SCOTUS Ruling on Same-sex Marriage

Court uses 14th Amendment to undermine the First. The First Amendment Defense Act proposed Senator Mike Lee and Rep. Raul Labrador prior to the Supreme Court ruling upholding homosexual marriage under the 14th Amendment right to equal protection reveals that the United States no longer functions as a constitutional republic. The First Amendment Defense Act… [Read More]

Not the Land of Opportunity?

Terry Paulson,  Welcome to the state of political correctness run amuck! In training initiated by UC president Janet Napolitano, provides new guidelines for the 200,000-student University of California system faculty. Inspirational phrases such as “America is the land of opportunity,” “Everyone can succeed in this society, if they work hard enough,” “America is a melting… [Read More]

Bye-Bye Second Amendment

D.W. Wilber,  Now that the Obama Administration has two wins under their belt with the recent Supreme Court decisions on ObamaCare and Gay Marriage, look for the president and his allies in the Democrat Party and the anti-gun activists to be emboldened, and attempt to capitalize on the Court’s willingness to legislate from the bench…. [Read More]

The Power of Radical Forgiveness

Kathryn Lopez,  The power of love recently on display in Charleston, South Carolina has been stunning. For a nation beset by hate in recent months, from one city to another, the blood shed there has led to something better. What a deep reserve of love there must be among the family and friends of those… [Read More]

ACLU: Why we can no longer support the federal ‘religious freedom’ law

By Louise Melling, Iknoor Singh, a student at Hofstra University, thought he had found his calling when he attended a campus meeting of the U.S. Army’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. But when he tried to sign up, he was told that he would have to shave his beard, cut his hair and remove his turban…. [Read More]

Watch: Politician Goes On TV And Shows Images That Have Muslims Furious

The keynote speaker at last month’s ‘Draw Mohammed’ contest in Garland, Texas, showed some of the top drawings in a recent video, affirming he and his supporters “will never surrender to violence.” Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV), released a three-minute video paid for by his party for Dutch television where… [Read More]

Half-Baked: Obama Executive Overreach Makes Its Way to Your Dinner Table

Eric Peterson,  If you had to name a theme for Obama’s second term, it would be regulatory overreach. Despite the repeated rejection of the President’s most controversial proposals by lawmakers, Mr. Obama has turned to his “pen and his phone” (and the vast government bureaucracy he controls) to enact his extreme and often unpopular agenda…. [Read More]

The Govt’s Reason For Seizing This Veteran’s Land Should Have Every American Outraged

Military veteran Tyler Truitt is preparing to fight the country that he defended and put his life on the line for. The veteran, who lives in Huntsville, Ala., was told that if he or his girlfriend returned to his home, he would be arrested for trespassing. Truitt, who has his home on two acres, has… [Read More]

Profs say US history guidelines would shortchange college-bound seniors

Dozens of historians have sent the influential College Board back to the drawing board, after determining that its U.S. history exam for university-bound high schoolers is too heavy on social politics and too light on key events in America’s past. While the College Board can’t directly dictate what is taught in high school Advanced Placement… [Read More]

Slave or Rebel? Ten Principles for Escaping the Matrix and Standing Up to Tyranny

The more things change, the more they stay the same. It’s a shell game intended to keep us focused on and distracted by all of the politically expedient things that are being said—about militarized police, surveillance, and government corruption—while the government continues to frogmarch us down the road toward outright tyranny. Unarmed citizens are still… [Read More]