Derek Hunter, There’s an important lesson for conservatives in the news this week, if they’re willing to learn from it. Appeasement always fails. Always. Throughout history people have been desperate to avoid conflict. Many are willing to do anything to stave off a fight. In politics it is no different. Corporations have spent untold millions
Derek Hunter, Whatever happens in the special runoff election in Georgia’s 6th congressional district, Republicans better be paying attention. Democrats are motivated; Republicans are not. If Republicans don’t follow through on what they’ve been promising, what they’ve said for years they will deliver, they not only will lose in 2018, they will deserve it. Democrats
Todd Starnes, When the Almighty set about to make Bostonians he made them from sturdy stock. From Bunker Hill to the marathon bombing, they have shown the nation what it means to be Boston Strong. It’s been four years since two Islamic radicals waged jihad on the Boston Marathon. Four people were killed. Sixteen people lost
President Trump’s missile strikes on the Assad regime have re-opened the divide among former Obama administration officials over their much-critiqued Syria policy. While some Barack Obama allies criticized Trump and defended the former administration’s diplomatic approach, others could hardly contain their relief that the U.S. had taken military action in response to chemical weapons use.
Jeff Poor, Monday on Laura Ingraham’s nationally syndicated radio show, conservative commentator Pat Buchanan discussed the possibility of the United States escalating its involvement in the Syrian civil war days after President Donald Trump launched a military strike on a Syrian airbase in responding to the Syrian government’s alleged use of chemical weapons. Buchanan noted
Dennis Prager, Do conservatives — or non-leftists, for that matter — appreciate just how terrific Donald Trump has been as president? And how lucky we are that he won the presidency? I don’t know the answer. What I do know is that they ought to be deeply appreciative of him, and deeply grateful for luck
Bruce Bialosky, While Democrats focus on persecuting Republicans for any interaction with the leaders of a country they exalted for nearly a century, a secondary question became a “live wire” based on a tweet by President Trump. But is there any “there there?” For me this issue started on March 2nd while watching “Special Report
Todd Starnes, Duck Dynasty was a modern-day version of Mayberry – a television show that celebrated faith and family and ducks. And now the show has ended – the duck blind is closed. It was back in 2012 that A&E introduced the nation to the owners of Duck Commander – the Robertson Family, of West
Sean Hannity, It all started three weeks ago, when I agreed to do an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning” and their special contributor, Ted Koppel. The interview lasted well over 45 minutes, and we discussed in great detail why there’s such a great divide in America in politics and in media. In my honest opinion,
Mark Davis, Media suspensions have always fascinated me. In four decades of broadcasting, I’ve seen people benched for offenses large and small, and I’ve usually found the suspensions are not so much a sincere reflection of an employer’s genuinely wounded sensibilities, but rather a positioning statement designed to send a message to the general public.
A Mexican newspaper on Monday criticized a group of tourists from the U.S. on spring break who reportedly chanted “build that wall” during a cruise off Cancun, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. The chanting occurred on a “Pirate Ship” attraction. The Yucatan Times called the chant an act of “xenophobia and discrimination against Mexicans within
Pamela Hall, The differences could not be more stark – dark versus enlightened. Happy versus angry. Good versus evil. MARCH 4, 2017 was a busy day. March4Trump Rally at Trump Tower vs. Standing Rock Anti Trump leftists at the New York Public Library — 42nd st. March4Trump Patriots gathered to Support Our President. This is