Cyber Security: Ashley Madison hack sends shivers through hook-up, porn sites

Larry Flynt, a defender of free speech and sexual freedom if there ever was one, has this advice for anyone worried by the hack of infidelity site Ashley Madison: Muzzle yourself. “Don’t do or say anything you wouldn’t want to read about on the front page of the New York Times,” said the founder of… [Read More]

Colo. school district won’t allow high school football team to honor fallen soldiers on jerseys

A school district in Colorado denied a high school football team’s request to honor the military by wearing the names of fallen service members on the back of their jerseys, saying it would open the door to similar requests from other causes. Lt. Col. Randy Russell, a veteran and parent of a student at Fossil… [Read More]

The Constitution and the Christian Perspective

On Saturday night I attended a judicial forum at Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship in Temecula, and it turned out to be a very interesting event. The attendees, based on their questions, and the responses by the folks on the stage, reminded me that most Americans have a basic handle on what’s going on, and a… [Read More]

Walter E. Williams: Legal and Academic Equality Nonsense

A particular act or policy might not have a discriminatory intent, but that doesn’t let you off the hook. If it has a disproportionately negative impact on so-called protected classes, it is said to have a disparate impact and risks being prohibited by law. The uninformed assumption made by judges, lawyers and academics is that… [Read More]

In Honor of His 103rd Birthday, Here Are The 20 Best Quotes From The Late, Great Milton Friedman

Yesterday would have been the 103rd birthday of Milton Friedman, who was one of the most brilliant economists of the last century. In honor of Friedman, here are his 20 best quotes. 20) “A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree… [Read More]

Why Discrimination Is Important In A Free Society

Clifton Knox,   In the United States, there are many laws and regulations that seek to level the playing field for those considered to be less fortunate. When using a term such as “less fortunate,” one is most often referring to those who are “poor,” or discriminated against based on social or racial determinations. In order for… [Read More]

Down With The Constitution!

Antonius Aquinas,   It has been quite an eventful and productive couple of weeks for the forces of statism in the former “land of the free, and home of the brave.” The federal government’s highest court has enshrined “perversity” into law, guaranteeing untold amounts of future litigation while infringing on the right of freedom of association… [Read More]

Irked by U.S., but EU keeps own spy projects quiet

Revelations of U.S. spying in Europe have soured transatlantic relations, prompting a White House apology and, as leak followed leak over the past two years, have fostered feelings of moral superiority among Europeans. Yet EU governments are stepping up surveillance of their own citizens: last month France, smarting from Islamist attacks in January, passed intrusive… [Read More]

Sin of Contemporaneity: Cleansing History By Applying Today’s Standards To Our Ancestors

Allan Brownfeld,  It is good that the Confederate battle flag has been removed from the South Carolina statehouse grounds. It properly belongs in a museum. Robert E. Lee himself would agree. After surrendering in 1865, he sought to bring the country together. He urged his fellow Confederates to furl their flags. He left instructions that… [Read More]

What Is The Job Of An Elected Official Anyway?

Richard Rothschild,   Want to know why America has gone astray from its charter as envisioned by our founding fathers? Simply ask any elected official: “What’s your job responsibility?” The answer usually provides insight into where the problem begins. Three years ago, a former county commissioner said: “Our job is to pave the roads, fund the schools,… [Read More]

VIDEO: Americans Want To Repeal 1st Amendment ‘Because Beyonce Said So’

 Activist Mark Dice, who routinely exposes the increasingly worrying stupidity of the nation at large, told a bunch of beach goers that “singing stripper” Beyonce had called for repealing the First Amendment, then asked them if they agreed with her. Everyone he interviewed bar one person said they did. Falsely stating that Beyonce had performed… [Read More]

Conservatism and Hope

Susan Stamper Brown,   As we witness the fall and likely deterioration of the small Mediterranean nation of Greece, it would be wise to understand that unless America makes radical corrections, Greece’s fate will be ours. Like in Greece, our politicians are afraid to tell us the truth about soaring debt, out-of-control spending and healthcare costs… [Read More]