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Student bullies trump 1st amendment

David Limbaugh,  Well, the wild and crazy 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is at it again, this time ruling that in a conflict between bullies and the First Amendment, bullies win. The court let stand a previous ruling by a three-judge panel of the court that school officials of Live Oak High School can […] Read More →

Even Libs Say No to Hillary in 2016

Chuck Norris,  Last week, Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa for the first time since her 2008 presidential campaign loss, saying, “I’m back.” She continued: “It’s true. I’ve been thinking about it,” referring to another run in 2016. But the truth is that even many of her esteemed liberal cronies think it’s a bad idea. I […] Read More →

Ann Coulter: Your ‘to do’ list to save America

 The most important words printed in the New York Times since “REAGAN EASILY BEATS CARTER” were from a front-page article last Sunday about how, after six years of Obama, the federal judiciary is now dominated by Democratic appointees. Edward Whelan, head of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, responded to this by saying: “The best […] Read More →

Liberals Eagerly Put Women At Risk Because Of Politics

Kurt Schlichter, I got called “vile” on Twitter the other day, which in itself is nothing new – my fiercely pro-American, pro-freedom, anti-moron agenda is a constant source of outrage for the online world’s liberal fascist contingent. What was significant was the reason. I had shamelessly observed that young women who preferred not to have […] Read More →

Politics: Hispanic is the new Black

 For those who are loyal listeners to my radio show you know that I am never afraid of taking on any issue. I also comment on some of the most controversial issues facing Americans with an unflinching eye and an unapologetic fearlessness. With that being said here is another article surely to get me more […] Read More →

Are Liberals the Real Authoritarians?

 Conservatives are conservative because they’re authoritarian and resistant to new ideas. Everyone knows that, right? There’s a bunch of social-science research that even proves it. If only conservatives were more open and less dogmatically attached to their tribe and their traditions, the world would be a much better place. A lot of smart people endorse […] Read More →

The most challenging issue facing liberalism today

 No challenge facing liberalism today is more important — or more difficult — than that of reviving the labor movement. Yet liberals show little enthusiasm for this task. The truth is that liberals and labor leaders bear little regard for one another. Such mutual alienation is an indulgence that neither group can afford.  By “liberals” […] Read More →

Obama’s Segue From Constructive Tax Proposals to Low-Grade Demagoguery

 “The tax system should be simplified and work for all Americans with lower individual and corporate tax rates and fewer brackets.” That’s from the Obama administration’s 2009 proposals for tax reform, straight from “Because our corporate tax system is so riddled with special interest loopholes,” the document goes on, “our system has one of […] Read More →

Most Americans, and most Democrats, do not wish Hillary had won in 2008

Allahpundit,  I’m surprised, not because I think Hillary’s wildly more popular than O but because, in year six of an increasingly lame lame-duck presidency, you’d think “anyone but Obama” sentiment would be high on both sides. And since Hillary’s the Democratic nominee-in-waiting, she’s the obvious “anyone” in a poll like this. Democrats can idealize her […] Read More →

15 Things I Hate About Politics

John Hawkins 1) That American politicians have stopped asking the most basic questions about good governance. Does this program work at all or does it just sound good? Does this benefit the people that are paying for it? Would people choose to pay for this? For many Americans, government seems to mostly be about taking […] Read More →

“Liberal” Is Just A Synonym For “Smug”

Kurt Schlichter,  It’s astonishing that an ideology which such an unbroken track record of failure has adherents who are so incredibly pleased with themselves. It’s like a soda pop executive whose proudest achievement was thinking up New Coke. For the liberals who aren’t liberal solely because someone is handing them checks for plopping onto the […] Read More →

The slow march toward gun rights in the courts

by Jazz Shaw,  There’s an excellent column at Real Clear Politics from Steve Chapman which I wanted to draw your attention to. It deals with the gradual evolution of gun laws in the United States – particularly in some of the least gun friendly, liberal bastions – and the role of the courts in this […] Read More →

Democrats, the Constitution and the Rule of Law

David Limbaugh  Have we arrived at the point in our nation that a Democratic president and powerful members of his administration can act as lawlessly as they choose without any significant objection or protest from the Democratic Party, the liberal media and Democratic voters? Deny it as they might, liberals seem to have less fealty […] Read More →