The Obama-Generated Hissy Fit

Bruce Bialosky,   There are a few factors that have brought us to the point of having a presidential election that has both parties seriously considering candidates that are out of their depth running for the position, or just not close to what we need to lead the country going forward. The decentralization of our funding… [Read More]

DEAR WHINERS: Read THIS Before You Kill A Reporter On Live TV

Doug Giles,  In the event that there are more “Vester Lee Flanagans” out there in the Untied States of The Overly Offended who’re ready to snap because the world won’t recognize them as God’s gift to humanity, and yet, you’re not completely sold on the murder/suicide option: herewith are six surefire points to move you… [Read More]

Trump on Icahn: most top dealmakers are miserable but Carl is nice

Donald Trump had to do a bit of damage control on Thursday after repeatedly dropping Carl Icahn’s name in a campaign speech and then saying most good business negotiators were “vicious, horrible, miserable human beings.” Icahn, the billionaire investor, called Trump, the real estate mogul turned U.S. presidential candidate, to ask for an explanation after… [Read More]

The Modern Malleability of Gender and Race

Victor Davis Hanson,  In the present postmodern world, we are told that there is no such thing as a biologically distinct gender. Instead, gender is now socially constructed. It can be defined by the individual in almost any way he or she sees fit. In the old days, many clinical psychologists would have believed that… [Read More]

Here is Why the Democrats Are So Desperate

Cliff Kincaid, The conventional wisdom is that Joe Biden is considering a presidential run because Hillary Clinton’s campaign is scandal-plagued, mostly over the handling of classified emails. But the prospect of Bernie Sanders winning the Democratic presidential nomination has to be regarded as even more of a serious problem for Democrats. Sanders is so loony… [Read More]

Burger King Offers to Sell ‘McWhopper’ in Truce With McDonald’s

Burger King is hoping to set aside its rivalry with McDonald’s Corp., at least for a day. The fast-food chain is reaching out to its longtime competitor with an unusual proposal: create a hybrid of each company’s signature burger — Big Mac and Whopper — and then sell it at a pop-up restaurant in Atlanta… [Read More]

This New Trump Video Takes Just 15 Seconds To Roast A Rival With Ultimate Irony

Just a week ago, the Trump campaign put out a short but hard-hitting video that scorched both Hillary Clinton and The last thing we need is another Bush in the White House. Would be the same old thing (remember “read my lips, no new taxes”). GREATNESS! Posted by Donald J. Trump on Sunday, August 23, 2015… [Read More]

Global selloff after China stock market’s 2015 gains wiped out

Asian, European stock markets down sharply after China loses all 2015 gains. China’s stock markets suffered their sharpest daily fall since the global financial crisis on Monday, with the government withholding support at a time when investors world-wide have been rattled by volatile selling in China and a slowdown in its economy. The Shanghai Composite… [Read More]

The Global Economy Is Officially Melting Down

Joshua Krause | The Daily Sheeple, As much as the financiers on Wall Street and the officials at the Fed would like the party to keep going, it looks it’s finally about to stop. Years of bailouts and monetary expansion have created one of the most inflated and artificial economic booms in history, and now… [Read More]

Trump: Warrior Male Extraordinaire, leads backlash against P.C. crowd, feminism

Kent G. Bailey, Ph.D.  In 1987, I published the first book in the field of Human Paleopsychology. This approach is premised on two basic assumptions: First, human beings have an ancient and rich evolutionary history, and second, that ancient history is thoroughly involved in everything we feel, think and do personally, politically and morally. According… [Read More]

The children of Gaza who live with the legacy of war

For the past six months, I have been travelling, photographing people and recording stories for Legacy of War, a two-year project documenting the long-term impact of conflict on communities and individuals around the world. Lebanon, Jordan, Northern Ireland, the United States, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Gaza are just some of the places I’ve visited, with… [Read More]

Why the Hillary Clinton email imbroglio isn’t just politics

Clinton answeredNobody? In a week when the State Department told a court that Actually, the answer has a lot to do with Nixon. This spring, the State Department — spurred by Rep. Things might have ended there, sputtering and inconclusive. But the Republican chairmen of the Senate intelligence and foreign relations committees Federal inspectors general… [Read More]