Minecraft celebrities draw record crowd to gaming

For hours, the dedicated queued on Saturday to carry off a prized autograph or to pose for a selfie with some of the biggest celebrities of a new generation. Not for them the rock stars or sporting heroes, but video gamers who have won millions of global followers piling up blocks in the Minecraft virtual… [Read More]

Forget the Constitution — again; Dems want ‘4 more years’ of Obama

 BizPac Review | Carmine Sabia,  Fans in the stands behind the Democratic dugout chanted “Four More Years, Four More Years” President Obama made a surprise appearance Thursday night at the annual Congressional baseball game, much to the delight of fans who have no use for the 22nd Amendment. The game, held at Nationals Stadium, pitted… [Read More]

Wanted–U.S. President. No Experience Necessary.

John Nantz, If America ought to learn anything from the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, it’s that inexperience may be a handicap, but unpatriotic sentiment is fatal to the body politic. Rabble rousing among the vulnerable and disaffected, or as progressives refer to it—community organizing, and a short dalliance as a United States Senator hardly… [Read More]

NFL benches Brady, fines Patriots for ‘Deflategate’

‘Fast and Furious’: Has America’s basic building block become the posse?

 The Fast and Furious movies are blazing a trail into the record books. The 2013 Fast & Furious 6, which hauled in $788 worldwide, has now been topped by Furious 7, which zoomed from a record-breaking opening weekend to four consecutive weeks at No. 1. (Avengers: Age of Ultron took the top spot this past… [Read More]

Ken Blackwell: The Lying Game

Will the next presidential election be won by a lie?  Truth has long since been replaced by “narratives” on the American left. Rather than discuss genuine issues and objective facts, progressives prefer to make up a politically effective story. It doesn’t matter whether the story is false, as long as it sways the public’s emotions… [Read More]

Politics is a Game of Second Chances — Why Not Baseball?

Bob Barr,   Hillary’s back for a second run at the presidency. Several Republican presidential wannabes are begging the voters for a second — or, in some cases, third — chance. Barack Obama already asked for his and, unfortunately for the country, was granted a second term as President. History is replete with examples of politicians… [Read More]

College Students Forced to Take Feminist ‘Re-Education’ Course to Enroll

Sim-style game conflates consensual sex with rape.  College students in America are being forced to undergo three hour feminist re-education courses before they are even allowed to enroll in their classes. A poster on the BodyBuilding.com forum details how his registration was put on hold until he completed a sim-style “game” which teaches the user… [Read More]

EPA Tells Kids to Avoid Baths and Asks them to Check Toilets for Leaks

Justin Haskins,   Parents across America who struggle to keep their young rambunctious kids clean now have a new obstacle: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As part of its effort to help save the planet from the dangers of taking too many baths, the EPA’s WaterSense program is trying to convince kids they should avoid… [Read More]

Wisconsin stuns previously unbeaten Kentucky

 The Wisconsin Badgers stunned previously undefeated Kentucky 71-64 in a tense Final Four triumph on Saturday to advance to the U.S. collegiate national championship game against Duke. “Best birthday present I’ve ever had,” said a celebrating Frank Kaminsky, who sparked the Badgers’ victory with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Kentucky had entered the game with… [Read More]

March Madness: John Calipari says Kentucky’s story is teamwork #GoBlue

 CLEVELAND — Kentucky’s platoon system has been well documented, and while the players say it isn’t always ideal to have to split time, they have embraced it and say it is a big reason for their success this year. Coach John Calipari said he didn’t think he would ever employ such a system of substitution,… [Read More]

How the internet has ruined everything from politics to privacy

Jazz Shaw,  Politico has issued what they refer to as a cautionary tale about the modern age of political warfare, specifically in terms of the recent blow up involving Liz Mair and Governor Scott Walker. Their basic warning is that the battlefield has expanded considerably, and candidates are no longer the only targets. Staffers –… [Read More]