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Time to Compromise With Campus Liberals

Mike Adams, Dear UNC Board of Governors: As you probably already know, Gabriel Lugo is president of the faculty senate at UNCW, which stands for The University of North Carolina for Whining Liberals. As faculty senate president, it is his job to use his office to campaign against Republican legislation and pretend he is a […] Continue reading →

VIDEO: Crowd ERUPTS When Dr. Ben Carson Tells the Brutal Truth About Welfare

 Dr. Ben Carson has been labeled an “extremist” by left-wing groups, but his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference made him seem like the most common-sensical man in the room. The author and retired neurosurgeon called out the alarming expansion of welfare under the Obama administration, and laid out his vision for a better America. “In […] Continue reading →

Liberals, Stop Lying About Everything

Kurt Schlichter,  The last few weeks have raised a critical question for all Americans: Is the liberal elite unbelievably dumb or unbelievably cynical? Do our over-credentialed, under-educated, would-be betters actually believe the bullstuff they are shoveling, or do they really think that we normal Americans are so stupid that they can lie to our faces […] 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 →

When liberals ignore science

David Harsanyi,  The New York Times claims that the vaccine controversy we’re all talking about raises important questions about “how to approach matters that have largely been settled among scientists but are not widely accepted by conservatives.” Well, here’s another question: How do we deal with the false perception that liberals are more inclined to […] Continue reading →

The Globalization Of Conservatism

Paul Dueweke  In our American society that is divided into the supposedly opposing ideologies of conservatism and liberalism, we cannot benefit from either ideology unless we understand what they really are, not just what they are asserted to be. The American brands of conservatism and liberalism are very different from their traditional, historical forms. Throughout […] Continue reading →

Spare the Blogger and Lash us Instead

Jeff Jacoby,   ON JAN. 9, the government of Saudi Arabia publicly whipped a liberal Muslim writer, Raif Badawi, flogging him 50 times outside a mosque in Jeddah. It was the first installment of the 1,000 lashes to which Badawi had been sentenced — in addition to 10 years in prison and a fine of more […] Continue reading →