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Modern Feminism: A Teenage Boy’s Dream

Derek Hunter  There was a time, or so I’m told, when “feminism” was about equality for women. Women had been treated as second-class citizens in many well-documented ways, and it was not right. No need to rehash all the ways in which they weren’t treated fairly, they’re well documented. But somewhere along the way they […] Continue reading →

Who Will Stop Obama?

Wayne Allyn Root  Obama’s trade for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl now joins the infamous list of “Worst Trades in History.” In the sports world there have been many legendary bad trades. Julius Irving. Kobe Bryant. Nolan Ryan. Hershel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for an entire team of players and draft picks that led to three […] Continue reading →

The Ultimate Sacrifice: Remembering American Heroes

Mark W. Hendrickson  Last year on Memorial Day, my wife, daughter and I were touring Cambridge, England. We took a bus ride three miles out of the city to the U.S. military cemetery there–one of 25 American burial grounds administered by the U.S. government on foreign territory. Cambridge University showed their deep gratitude for their American […] Continue reading →

GLAAD needs a makeover. Their Queer Eye for Straight Guy Phil Robertson blew up in their face

Humberto Fontova A&E Glorifies Homophobes (and Mass-Murdering Warmongers) GLAAD needs a makeover. Their Queer Eye for Straight Guy Phil Robertson blew up in their face. Just ask A&E. Not since the young Vito Corleone persuaded landlord Signor Roberto’s to “walkback” his decision to evict the poor widow and her dog (“and the dog stays, right?”) […] Continue reading →

Sniping shadows Kerry’s pursuit of Mideast peace

 U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s closed-door diplomacy to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians has burst into a public spat, with both sides trading blistering criticisms, Republican senators showing up in Jerusalem to argue Israel’s side, and Palestinian demonstrators protesting his visit. Kerry is on his 10th visit to the region to try […] Continue reading →

Netanyahu gloomy as Kerry returns for peace talks

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered a gloomy assessment of peace prospects with the Palestinians on Thursday as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry began his 10th visit to the region in pursuit of a deal. “There is growing doubt in Israel that the Palestinians are committed to peace,” said Netanyahu, speaking with Kerry at […] Continue reading →

Veterans Get Letters Prohibiting The Purchase, Possession, Or Transport Of A Firearm/Ammunition

Red Flag News – by Constitutional Attorney Michael Connelly, J.D., How would you feel if you received a letter from the U.S. Government informing you that because of a physical or mental condition that the government says you have it is proposing to rule that you are incompetent to handle your own financial affairs? Suppose that letter also […] Continue reading →


BY JOHN JAMES KIRKWOOD   “When one with honeyed words but evil mind persuades the mob, great woes befall the state.” – Euripides, Orestes   Raised and praised by Marxists, Barack Obama sought them out for friendship and mentoring in college.  He taught Alinsky Marxism at ACORN and he appoints them as czars and consultants […] Continue reading →