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What really happened at the Bay of Pigs

Humberto Fontova  “They fought like tigers,” writes the CIA officer who helped train the Cubans who splashed ashore at the Bay of Pigs 53 years ago this week. “But their fight was doomed before the first man hit the beach.” That CIA man, Grayston Lynch, knew something about fighting – and about long odds. He […] Continue reading →

Huckabee Hides An Eerie Message In Speech

Floyd Brown  Mike Huckabee, the former Governor of Arkansas and current host of the FOX News show Huckabee, made headlines this weekend. Some say he committed a gaffe, but I’m not so sure. Here’s what Huckabee jokingly told the crowd at the New Hampshire Freedom Summit: “My gosh, I’m beginning to think that there’s more freedom […] Continue reading →


 Dear friends, lets stop and consider the following circumstances surrounding the rule by a long line of elected and bureaucratic traitors relative to the damage they have inflicted to the foundational principles upon which the nation was founded and to the people whom they purport to represent, but do not. Consider the following and then […] Continue reading →

Jesus Card Not Welcome In Nazareth School

Todd Starnes  It’s almost Easter, but an incident that occurred just before Valentine’s Day crossed by desk — and it’s got me fired up. A little boy cried after a Nazareth, Penn. teacher confiscated his Valentine’s Day cards because they contained religious messages and a Bible verse about Jesus, a lawsuit filed this week in […] Continue reading →

Pelosi and Schumer: Read the Constitution

Betsy McCaughey  Democrats are hyperventilating over a U. S. Supreme Court ruling on April 2, McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claims the ruling will turn politics into a “money war.” Sorry, that happened a long time ago. For the past two decades, unions have poured massive amounts into super PACs […] Continue reading →

Muslim students force Brandeis University to cancel honors for Ayaan Hirsi Ali

 These are golden times for the Heckler’s Veto.  From a California school pressured by violent thugs into banning American flag shirts on Cinco de Mayo, to Mozilla possibly committing corporate suicide by throwing its CEO to a fascist mob, intimidation tactics are working beautifully.  The cold strategy of the Heckler’s Veto doesn’t even require formal […] Continue reading →

Pat Buchanan: The New Blacklist

 “There is a gay mafia,” said Bill Maher, “if you cross them you do get whacked.” Maher, the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” was talking about the gay activists and their comrades who drove Brendan Eich out as CEO of Mozilla. Eich, who invented JavaScript and co-founded Mozilla in 1998, had been named chief executive […] Continue reading →

Impeaching Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors.

Impeachment Articles  Resolved, That Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following articles of impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate: Articles of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives of the United States of America in the name of itself and of […] Continue reading →

Leftist Thought-Gangsters Strike Again

 Let me see whether I have this right. Brendan Eich was forced to step down as CEO of Mozilla because it became public that he opposed same-sex marriage, the same position that President Barack Obama, darling of the LGBT community, held prior to his phony conversion. Why didn’t the left demand that President Obama resign […] Continue reading →

A Faculty Revolution Against Free Speech

Mike Adams “We must do away with all newspapers. A revolution cannot be accomplished with freedom of the press.” – Ernesto “Che” Guevara. When I first started writing about campus free speech issues for Town Hall in 2003, I complained that most college administrators were ignorant of the constitution. One of my readers, Jim Collins […] Continue reading →

The Left’s Evolving Hierarchy of Rights

Paul Kengor This article first appeared at  Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, you’ve noticed the growing clash between religious freedom and issues like same-sex marriage and forced funding of abortion. Last week, the Supreme Court heard a landmark case on whether the federal government can compel a business to fund abortion drugs […] Continue reading →

Hate Speech And The Internet

Charles G. Mills GLEN COVE, NY – The United States government is planning to abandon its role in regulating the Internet in 2015. It promises that no government or international organization will have a role in regulating the Internet after that. This lack of regulation would be welcome if the promise could be believed, but […] Continue reading →