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First Redskins, Now LSU Tigers Are Targets of PC Lunatics

Jeff Crouere, In our toxic age of political correctness, nothing is immune from liberal political attacks, even the beautiful, majestic and endangered tigers. It seems obvious that tigers should be supported since their numbers are dwindling the in the wild and their natural habitats are constantly shrinking. Most people probably think it is innocent for

Tax Day protests: Anti-Trump marches planned nationwide to demand tax returns

Jennifer G. Hickey, Democratic lawmakers and liberal activists plan to ring in Tax Day with nationwide protests this weekend meant to pressure President Trump to release his tax returns — with organizers hoping for the biggest anti-Trump showing since January’s Women’s March.  On Saturday, thousands are expected to attend ‘Tax Marches’ in approximately 150 cities,

‘Beauty And The Beast’ Director: ‘I Wish I Could…Rip Pages Out Of The Bible’

Amanda Prestigiacomo, During a 2012 interview with Passport Magazine, Beauty and the Beast director Bill Condon said that he wishes he could “rip pages out of the Bible” as soon as he arrives in a hotel room, though, to Condon’s disappointment, there are usually none available.  “What is first thing you do when you get into a hotel room?”

Democrats use only tactic, delay, to turn confirmation runway into parking lot

It’s been like air traffic control management in the Senate recently. Various Cabinet nominees stuck on the tarmac in a full ground stop. That could be Labor Secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, who finally has a confirmation hearing on Thursday. Some have pushed back from the gate. Maybe Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Montana, whom President Trump tapped

Kellogg’s to Shutter Dozens of Distribution Centers #DumpKelloggs

Jerome Hudson, Kellogg’s is shutting down 39 distribution centers across the country, the embattled cereal giant announced this week. “While this is the right move for the company to achieve our long-term objectives, it was a difficult decision because of its impact on employees,” company spokesperson Kris Charles said, according to CNYCentral. The Michigan-based company did

Call it ‘Smunday’: Heinz pushing to make Super Bowl Monday a national holiday

Kraft Heinz Co. is calling an audible, giving its U.S. employees the day off following the Super Bowl, and pushing for the rest of America to declare the day a national holiday. Millions of people call in sick or don’t show up for work the day after the most-watched football game of the year, and

Over 2,000 People Sign Petition To Retain “Stallions” As A Mascot

Christine Rousselle, A few days ago, I wrote about how a high school in Kentucky had its mascot changed from “Stallions” to “TBD” after a mere 200 people signed a petition claiming that “Stallions” was an offensive, sexist pick. Now, more than ten times that number have signed an rebuttal petition asking the district to

Petition seeks to keep Stallions nickname of new Kentucky high school

A battle erupted this week over a new high school’s Stallions nickname in Kentucky’s bluegrass country. The controversy broke out Monday when Frederick Douglass High School unveiled its new mascot.  The school, named for the 19th century abolitionist, is being built on a portion of a storied Lexington farm that produced several Kentucky Derby winners.

A Historically Black Band is Playing At Trump’s Inauguration

Aaron Bandler, A marching band for a historically black college has accepted an invitation at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. The marching band for Alabama’s Talladega College–known as the Great Talladega College Tornado Marching Band–applied to perform at the inauguration months in advance, before it was known who the next president would be. But Miguel Bonds told Independent

White House petition suggests naming next Navy ship ‘USS The Deplorables’

U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus has a penchant for doling out interesting and unconventional names for new warships, but a petition currently on the White House website wants the next major warship to be named something that may be too outlandish even for him. The petition suggests that the next major vessel be