Are You Guilty Of Being A Real Leader?

Today’s conservatives are yesterday’s liberals. “Real leaders are not called to lead up consensus they are to mold consensus, and without a doubt, this will create enemies.” When you see a leader taking a stand and, as a result, his life is threatened, he gets dumped by his sponsors, he is condemned by the establishment… [Read More]

The weapons the U.S. needs for a war it doesn’t want

 Terrorism and Middle East insurgencies are not going away. Yet in the 21st century, the United States must understand it faces a return of a serious national-security concern that shaped the last century: the risk of great-power conflict. The Defense Department’s new military strategy acknowledges this by noting the implications of the renewed rivalry with… [Read More]

This Year in the Gaming Industry

 2015 is an exciting year for the gaming industry. With the recent E3 Convention and upcoming Gamecon, the next generation of gaming consoles are more lucrative than ever. A raft of new games and concepts have been announced by the industry’s AAA companies and independent upstarts alike, finally giving the recently-released new consoles from Sony… [Read More]

Man Faces 6 Months in Jail For Disagreeing With Feminists on Twitter

Case has “enormous potential fallout for free speech online” A Canadian man faces 6 months in jail for disagreeing with feminists on Twitter, a case that one journalist warns “could have enormous fallout for free speech.” 54-year-old Greg Elliott could be charged with criminal harassment simply for expressing his opposition to a campaign by activists… [Read More]

Students, Disenfranchised Democrats Going for Socialist Bernie Sanders

Vermont socialist has worked in the past with the financial class. It may be too early to tell, but at this stage of the game presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders may give establishment favorite Hillary Clinton a run for her money — or the money of Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse Group and… [Read More]

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]