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Pseudo-Republican Squishes Are Anything but Compassionate

David Limbaugh, It is enormously frustrating that conservatives can’t capture the moral high ground from the phony virtue-signaling factory that is the modern Democratic Party. Conservative policies not only work better but also are morally superior. Democrats depend on cliches and false narratives to obstruct true reform — which includes shaming many Republicans from believing

Nuke ‘Em ‘Til They Glow

Kurt Schlichter, The Democrats must learn through pain, specifically the agony of watching Neil Gorsuch take the seat that they stompy-feet insist belongs to Merrick Garland. For too long, they’ve packed the bench with liberal partisans committed to exercising raw power as an end-run around democracy and the Constitution. Well, if raw power is the

CBS Anchor Under Fire for Censoring Hannity Interview

Shepard Ambellas | Infowars, Ted Koppel: an enemy of a transparent and vibrant media marketplace. CBS Sunday Morning special contributor Ted Koppel is well-known for his promotion of state-sponsored talking points during his 25-year long career as the anchor of ABC’s Nightline. Now Koppel is back in the headlines after interviewing Fox News’ Sean Hannity

Security Flaw: 200,000 Wi-Fi Cameras Vulnerable To Hacking

Lucas Nolan, As many as 200,000 Wi-Fi connected webcams were found to be vulnerable to hacking according to BleepingComputer. While investigating a security flaw within a product called Wireless IP Camera (P2P) WIFICAM produced by an unknown Chinese manufacturer, several vulnerabilities within the server that Wi-Fi cameras were connected to were discovered. The vulnerabilities allow anyone

Defending Donald Trump — No Matter What

Bernard Goldberg, I’ve always found Donald Trump’s most passionate supporters more interesting than Donald Trump himself. Trump is easy to understand. He’s a man who craves adulation. Adulation, applause, ratings — they are his oxygen. He hasn’t been president for a month yet and already he was out in Florida holding a campaign-style rally. His

The Wrongheaded Uproar Over DeVos

Bill Murchison, The bad thing about elective politics (not the only bad thing; there’s a long list) is the philosophical and, especially, rhetorical extremes into which it squeezes differently minded folk, who, more and more frequently, find themselves saying things like: “You un-American crackpot!” “You racist neo-fascist!” “You (expletive) hater of (fill in the blank).”

Jackie Evancho on Trump inauguration gig: It’s ‘an honor to sing for my country’

Singer Jackie Evancho is nervous but excited with one day left before her big performance at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. She spoke with “Fox & Friends” Thursday morning about the backlash she received for accepting the gig. “[There was] a lot of conversation between my family because there would be a lot of backlash. We

Chancellor slams protests that shutdown Milo Yiannopoulos and ‘pharma bro’ at UC Davis

The UC Davis chancellor slammed raucous protests that prevented far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos and controversial pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli from addressing a campus group. Interim Chancellor Ralph Hexter said the two men had a right to be heard and that he was “deeply disappointed” by the protests that cancelled their speeches at a Friday night

Democrats Care About Their Power, Not About Russian Hacking

David Limbaugh, Isn’t it interesting that it took an electoral barnyard beat-down to get the Democrats interested in Russian hacking? A drubbing by Donald Trump has done wonders to focus their minds. How ironic that Democrats became apoplectic about Trump’s alleged coziness with Russia during the campaign when they’ve been Russia’s apologists for years. They

Relax Liberals: The Third Reich Isn’t on the Way

Debra J. Saunders, Editor’s Note: Debra Saunders is off today. The following column is by Bernard Goldberg. Perhaps you’ve noticed that some of the most illiberal people in America these days … are liberals. Liberals are the ones who pride themselves on being open-minded. But who are the ones on college campuses stifling speech they don’t