Mike Adams, Larry Abramson, Dean of the University of Montana (UM) School of Journalism, has irreparably harmed the reputation of his school. With its 93% acceptance rate, UM has never been a selective university with a stellar reputation. Nonetheless, Abramson’s decision to reject my selection as the keynote for 10th annual Jeff Cole Distinguished Lecture
11 Things Every Real Conservative Should Ask On A First Date
Kurt Schlichter, Recently, a young being – I don’t want to presume its gender identity, but it’ll probably throw a hissy fit about my blatant chrono-shaming anyway – scribbled an article titled 10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask On a First Date for his/her/xir fellow liberal freaks. It’s an illuminating view into the twisted
Cheaters Keep Lying Because They Stop Feeling Guilty
Once a cheater, always a cheater. It’s a warning that you should be wary of a serial cheater — that people who aren’t loyal to a partner will cheat again. Whether you believe it’s true or not, a new study linking dishonesty and the brain may explain why serial cheaters continue to commit infidelity. The
Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders ‘auditioning’ for bigger White House role?
Serafin Gómez, Jennifer G. Hickey Sarah Huckabee Sanders picked one heck of a week to fill in for Press Secretary Sean Spicer at the White House podium — but it could be part of a trial by fire. Speculation is mounting that the deputy press secretary is being eyed for a bigger role, amid a
U.S., China talk firmer U.N. response to North Korea’s missiles
The United States is negotiating with China on a possible stronger U.N. Security Council response - such as sanctions - to North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches, which the 15-member body normally condemns in a statement, diplomats said. It was not immediately clear how open Beijing might be to new sanctions. The council has traditionally
How Are Americans Feeling About Trump So Far?
James Barrett, President Trump’s approval numbers have been hanging around the low-40s for weeks after a series of intraparty headaches, media-fanned political firestorms, Democrat hyperbole, and several self-made messes. However, since military action usually impacts poll numbers one way or the other, it’s worth taking a moment to see how Trump’s doing after his response to Syria.
Gen. Mattis: ‘No doubt’ Assad used chemical weapons against civilians
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Tuesday “there is no doubt” that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime is “responsible” for gassing its own people and warned that the U.S. would respond again if Assad were to launch another chemical strike. “I have personally reviewed the intelligence and there is no doubt the Syrian regime is responsible
Spicer apologizes for Hitler comments
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer apologized late Tuesday after stating in his daily briefing that Adolf Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” “Today I was trying to describe the attack that [Syrian President Bashar] Assad made on his own people using chemical weapons,” Spicer told Fox News. “Frankly, I mistakenly used an
A Game Changer For Syria – But Also For Trump
David Horowitz, The Syrian strike blows up key lies of the Democrats’ resistance to the Trump presidency. Trump’s tomahawk missile strike in Syria has most commentators agreeing that it’s an international game changer, sending a message to bad actors from the Middle East to North Korea: there’s “a new sheriff in town” and the American
Islamist Rebels Praise Missile Strike: ‘It is Definitely a Positive Development’
Mikael Thalen | Infowars, U.S. attack “put the Assad regime on notice,” rebel spokesman says. Islamist rebels are praising the U.S. airstrike against a Syrian airbase Thursday as a “positive development” in their fight against the Assad government. Labib al-Nahhas, foreign political relations head for Ahrar al-Sham, an Islamist rebel group in the region, heralded
Hours before airstrikes, Hillary Clinton called for bombing of Syrian airfields
“I really believe we should have and still should take out his air fields and prevent him from being able to use them to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them.” Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, gave a wide-ranging interview in New York Thursday where she called on the U.S. to
Swift and Just: International community reacts to US bombing of Syrian airfield
President Trump’s swift and telegraphed action to punish Syria for a suspected chemical weapons attack earlier this week, by pummeling a key air base with missiles, was roundly praised by leaders around the world. Trump, who authorized the launch of 59 Tomahawk missiles from Navy warships in the Mediterranean Sea on an air base near