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The Black Family in 1965 and Today

Steve Chapman,  The breakdown of the black family is a sensitive topic, though it’s not new and it’s not in dispute. President Barack Obama, who grew up with an absent father, often urges black men to be responsible parents. Nor is there any doubt that African-American children would be better off living with their married […] Continue reading →

Media Accepting Obama’s Spin on the Economy

Roger Aronoff,  With as many lies and distortions that proceed from this scandal-plagued administration, one might think that mainstream reporters would turn a skeptical eye toward another one of President Obama’s carefully crafted narratives. Each narrative is designed to push “progressive” policies or to cover up administration mismanagement. But our corrupt media reflexively cheer whenever […] Continue reading →

Obama vetoes Keystone XL pipeline, leaving it in limbo

 President Barack Obama on Tuesday, as promised, swiftly vetoed a Republican bill approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline, leaving the long-debated project in limbo for another indefinite period. The U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, after receiving Obama’s veto message, immediately countered by announcing the Republican-led chamber would attempt to override it by March 3. […] Continue reading →

A Failure to Confront Evil

Erick Erickson,  The Western World and its elite have repeatedly tried to placate evil and not make eye contact with it. Neville Chamberlain sought peace in our time. Jimmy Carter sought detente with the Soviet Union. Now Barack Obama cannot even call the Islamic State by what it is — a potent form of Islam. […] Continue reading →

Michelle Malkin: Attention, San Fran Nan: Government Dependency Kills Jobs

Being a San Francisco liberal means never having to say you’re sorry. Or wrong. Take Nancy Pelosi, please. Five years ago, California’s genius Bay Area Democrat declared that government unemployment checks generate job growth. Yes, really. “Let me say about unemployment insurance,” she told reporters, “this is one of the biggest stimuluses (sic) to our […] Continue reading →

Two Immigrants For Every New Job Since 2000

 The United States has accepted two new immigrants for each additional job created since 2000, according to federal data. The data shows that 18 million legal and illegal immigrants settled in the United States from 2000 to 2015, while only 9.3 million additional jobs were created, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors […] Continue reading →

The Social Justice to Prison Pipeline

Lee Culpepper,  Does anything reveal the injustice of social justice better than inner city public schools? Racial-grievance hitmen, like Attorney General Eric Holder, spew idiotic theories about an inherently racist system that funnels minority children from schools to prisons. On planet earth, the exact opposite is true. Dangerous neighborhoods controlled by criminals-at-large send swarms of […] Continue reading →

Ending Envy Economics

Terry Paulson,   Like many conservatives, I’m a “liberal” at heart. A heart of service and caring for others is central to my faith and to what it means to be a responsible citizen in this great country. Some might ask, “How can ‘caring’ conservatives fight minimum wage, higher taxes on the rich, or more tax […] Continue reading →

Gallup CEO: I May ‘Suddenly Disappear’ For Telling Truth About Obama Unemployment Rate

Jim Hoft | The Gateway Pundit Real Obama unemployment rate is still above 10%. Wall Street on Parade reported: Years of unending news stories on U.S. government programs of surveillance,rendition and torture have apparently chilled the speech of even top business executives in the United States. Yesterday, Jim Clifton, the Chairman and CEO of Gallup, […] Continue reading →