Liberals Talk Race and Crime - And Hilarity Ensues!
On a break from pretending to believe they live in a country bristling with violent white racists, the Non-Fox Media have been trying to debunk stories about the "Knockout Game," in which young black males approach random strangers and try to knock them out with one punch.
Anti-Gun NFL: National Frauds' League
The National Football League's hypocrisy and selective decency standards reek like a post-game locker room.
'Tis the season for giving.
Walter E. Williams:
Blacks and Obama
In a March 2008 column, I criticized pundits' concerns about whether America was ready for Barack Obama, suggesting that the more important issue was whether black people could afford Obama. I proposed that we look at it in the context of a historical tidbit.
Powers Push to Get In on Last Days of Obama Land Rush
Not since Roosevelt gave away Eastern Europe at Yalta, has an American president so disordered the strategic balance of power worldwide. Roosevelt we know now was dying when he attended the Yalta conference. Obama, on the other hand, has been dead from the neck up for a long time.
Obama's Picture-Perfect Propaganda
It might seem like another day in Tea Party Land when a conservative columnist accuses President Barack Obama's White House of "airbrushing history" like the Stalin-era Soviet Union. But the columnist isn't a conservative.
Not A Good Enough Obamacare Fix
Success! The Obama administration announced over the weekend that it had
hit its deadline of Nov. 30 for HealthCare.gov.
Beware the Government’s High-Tech Nose
In 1958, U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater framed his opposition to the National Defense of Education Act (NDEA) in the form of an old Arabian proverb: “If the camel once gets his nose in the tent, his body will soon follow.”
Forget the Grinch – Obamacare Stole Christmas
It’s kinda hard to spend thousands of dollars at big box store on Black Friday when you’re not sure how Tiny Tim is going to pay for his physical therapy. Obamacare and Obamanomics, it would seem, are doing their best to steal Christmas.
Ransom Notes Radio:
All Politicians Lie, But There’s Something Special About Obama’s Lies
Do all President really lie? (And does that really matter?) Also: The White House has declared war on more than just coal… Hal Quinn, with the National Mining Association, joined the program to discuss the administration’s fascination with killing energy-related jobs.
Daniel J. Mitchell:
Thanks Obamacare: You’re at Risk of Having Your ID Stolen and Your Bank Account Emptied
I’m increasingly worried Obamacare also is creating a playground for hackers and identity thieves – and the rest of us will be the victims. Simply stated, the results probably won’t be very pretty when you mix together big data, and government incompetence.
Lesson for Union Dinosaurs: Detroit Bankruptcy
At long last, beleaguered taxpayers will not have to put up with nonsense from public unions about the sanctity of pensions.
Which Immigrant Should Be Your Neighbor?
Daniel and Samuel were both born in Monterrey, Mexico on the same day in 1990 and baptized by the same priest two Sundays later.
Obama Worship Syndrome
When George W. Bush was president of the United States, many of the left fell prey to what columnist Charles Krauthammer called "Bush Derangement Syndrome": "the acute onset of paranoia in otherwise normal people in reaction to the policies, the presidency -- nay -- the very existence of George W. Bush."
Fred J. Eckert:
Where Are The Gotcha Journalists When Their Country Really Needs Them?
Remember when then-Texas Governor George W. Bush was running for president and a Boston local television gotcha journalist hit him with a surprise quiz asking him in rapid succession to name the leaders of Chechnya, Taiwan, India and Pakistan?
Is The Taliban Pulling the Strings in Afghanistan?
The Taliban have urged President Hamid Karzai to turn a delay in signing a long-term security deal with the United States into outright rejection, in an unusually polite statement directed at a leader the insurgents have repeatedly denounced as a US puppet.
Asia Pivot, With A Flinch
Vice-President Joe Biden's strong reaffirmation of the U.S.-Japan alliance is better news following bad.
Showbiz and Politics: Always The Twain Seem to Meet
Old-timers may recall the old days when Canadian politics were not just
dull but almost blank. As empty as a modern white-on-white canvas
depicting some vast snow belt in the featureless depths of Arctic winter.
Ukrainian Protestors Unlikely to Stage A Successful Revolution
Tens of thousands of protesters are flooding the streets of
Ukraine, blocking access to government offices and threatening to start
what the media is largely (and preemptively, if not mistakenly) referring
to as a "revolution."
Your Place in the World of Tomorrow
Two news items that will buzz throughout the week actually have greater long term implications and are intricately linked to one another. News Item #1: Jeff Bezos sees drones delivering parcels within five to ten years. News Item #2: Fast food workers prepare one-day strike, demanding $15 minimum wage.
Moving on from Tea Partiers, Feds bust Piano Teachers
The announcement of a deal that enshrined Iran's nuclear program left some critics (including this one) wondering what part of "Death to America" the Obama White House didn't understand? This is after all, the same Iran that only last July, the State Department once again identified as the planet's leading state-sponsor of terrorism.
For many Americans, religion is something you do on weekends and holidays.
TSA Fee Increase: A Flight From Fiscal Reality
In this Congress, the partisan battles surrounding fiscal policy have been fought through a series of “cliffs,” “ceilings,” and other assorted deadlines.
As he was presenting evidence of the Soviet Union aggressively putting nuclear missiles in Cuba, Adlai Stevenson said “Shall we have a look?” in seeing the evidence of Communist aggression.
Alabama v. Auburn: A Metaphor for Life
College football fans across the country are still buzzing over the shocking outcome of the Alabama-Auburn game. As a graduate of Florida State University, I couldn't be more proud of Auburn. What a game! War Eagle!
The Solar Stocks have had a great year. Time to get in?
Some readers might remember a few years ago, I said: Sell everything under the sun – talking about solar stocks.
Saudis Bristle at Obama's Outreach to Iran
The "Joint Plan of Action" signed with Iran by the so-called P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the U.K., and the U.S.) on Nov. 24 in Geneva caused Shiite Arabs to celebrate, Sunni Arabs to worry, and Saudis to panic. The Saudi response will have far-reaching and unpredictable consequences.
Common Sense is Going, Going, Gone!
The end of Common Sense in our beloved homeland is going quickly down the drain. It is being replaced by those who can't even spell common sense, let alone practice it.
A Challenge to Our Beliefs
Depressing news about black students scoring far below white students on various mental tests has become so familiar that people in different parts of the ideological spectrum have long ago developed their different explanations for why this is so. But both may have to do some rethinking, in light of radically different news from England.
Why Liberalism Is On The Wrong Side Of History
"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive." -- C.S. Lewis