Denver Corruptocrats' Chick-fil-A Smokescreen
Holier-than-thou liberals on the Denver city council are waging war on Chick-fil-A in the name of tolerance and diversity. Now, let me tell you what the squawking is really all about: It's a distraction, a feint, a mile-high smokescreen.
The Republican Party has most often come to power at times of crisis, starting with slavery. But in the great moral crisis now, the Republican Party finds itself infested with charlatans, conmen, louts and Donald Trump
Lessons of the Virginia TV Murders
The aftermath of a tragedy is always a clash of agendas, as various sides rush into the spotlight to score some quick points while attention is high.
Two Impossible Things That Could Happen in 2016
A number of once unlikely scenarios for the 2016 election might now be moving into the realm of possibility. Republicans and Democrats alike may soon face the consequences.
When Child Sex Abuse Gets Ignored
The double standard our media impose on child sexual abuse is garishly obvious. On Aug. 14, The Washington Post set the stage for the coming American visit of Pope Francis with another splashy front-page story on a man still berating the Catholic Church after being abused by a priest from 1969 to 1976.
Get Out of My Class and Leave America
Welcome back to class, students! I am Mike Adams your criminology professor here at UNC-Wilmington. Before we get started with the course I need to address an issue that is causing problems here at UNCW and in higher education all across the country.
It Depends on What the Meaning of 'Crazies' Is
Yeah, I get President Obama's point. He wants to disarm law-abiding Americans but entrust the Iranian Islamist theocracy to police itself on nuclear arms and subsidize its funding of global terrorism. But we're the "crazies."
Caesarism Comes to the Republican Party
Among a very long list of harms inflicted upon the United States by Barack Obama and his party, perhaps the worst was Caesarism
Presidential Nominating Process Highlights Gap Between D.C. and America
To many in Washington, there's little question that the 2016 presidential election should feature a dynasty rematch between the Clinton and Bush families. To most outside of Washington, that's the last match-up they want to see.
The Wednesday morning murders of 24-year-old Roanoke TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were a racist atrocity, a hate crime. Were they not white, they would be alive today.
Can Hillary Clinton, as First Grandmother, Light Partisan Fire?
When Hillary Clinton lost to Barack Obama in 2008, the idea of scoring a first for women was trumped by the appeal of electing the first black president. She was a senator then and didn't want to emphasize the differences in men and women in their approach to making policy
You Won't Believe What the PC Police Want You to Be Called at One University in the South
The South is known for being polite, showing respect and only using real butter and sugar in recipes. However, if the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion has its way, the idea of saying "Yes, Maam" and "No, Sir" will be Gone with the Wind.
All Lives Matter
The murder of two journalists near Roanoke, Va., this week is another horrifying chapter in what is becoming a story of rekindled racial animus in this nation.
Would Univision try Blackmailing Donald Trump?
A long time ago in a place far, far away the same Univision who boasts Jorge Ramos as their Walter Cronkite tried blackmailing Senator Marco Rubio into an interview. Will today's front-runner for the Republican nomination get a similar treatment?
Love on the March
On one August Saturday morning, people were gathering outside Planned Parenthood clinics across the country. They were protesting the dehumanization on display in recent undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress that exposed the abortion industry for what it is: a business centered on death.
Hillary's Sinking in Polls, Voters Say She's a "Liar," And Biden Considers Run
Forget all the polls in the presidential sweepstakes and wipe the slate clean for a whole new set of numbers.
Sen. Rubio Defends U.S. Sugar Subsidy amid Loss of American Jobs
Politicians often spout the benefits of free trade and free enterprise but make exceptions when it fits their own self-interest. Sen. Rubio is no different when it comes to the sugar subsidy.
Will Crazy Joe the Wonder Veep Be The Next Man To Publicly Embarrass Hillary Clinton?
It is very easy to assume that things cant be all that pleasant around Camp Hillary, even on the best of days.
Celebrity Diplomats Don’t Help America’s Cause
Although a report by an Inspector General gives U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy a high score for her ethics, the celebrity ambassador appears to be appallingly at sea when it comes to running an actual embassy in a country that is important for the United States.
Why All the Gun Violence? The Answer Is Simple
There is a very simple explanation as to why the country seems to be experiencing the gun violence of recent years.
Thinking Seriously About the Virginia Murders
On the morning of August 26, Vester Lee Flanagan, a former employee of WBDJ, shot and murdered WBDJ TVs Alison Parker and Adam Ward on live television. He shot a third person, Vicki Gardner, who Parker was interviewing. Fortunately, the latter will survive.
Young Voices Advocates:
Donald Trump has no Respect for Property Rights
Since his entrance into the crowded field for the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trumps campaign has caught fire.
Overseas Americans under attack in the new thriller No Escape
There is something painfully realistic about the new Owen Wilson thriller No Escape. Despite the films fictional story, the harrowing talewhich features an attack of an American embassy overseas seems all too familiar to those who watched coverage of the 2012 embassy attack in Benghazi and the embassy attacks before then.
Iran is Not a Partner in Fighting Sunni Jihadist Groups
President Obama has said that Iran could be a very successful regional power that [abides] by international norms and international rules, and that would be good for everybody. Iran's record of spreading terror in the Middle East tells a different story.
Quebec’s Proposed Imposition of Blasphemy Laws Will Affect Us All
While Canada is currently in the throes of an early election, in the province of Quebec theres growing debate over the future of free speech.