Russian Jet Flies Too Close to US Warship

April 14, 2014

The Russians are obviously very afraid of our strong President and his resolve: A Russian warplane made several close-range passes by an American warship in the Black Sea over the weekend, in what the Pentagon is calling a “provocative” move amid escalating tensions in the region. The jet, a Russian Su-24, made numerous low-altitude passes […]

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Why You Should Support Cliven Bundy

April 14, 2014

In the interest of time, we’re going to assume you haven’t been living under a cave and are at least moderately familiar with the story of Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher at the heart of the current standoff between armed militia members and the federal government.  I say “moderately familiar” because if you’ve heard anything […]

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The Cowardice of Hillary Clinton and Weekend Links

April 13, 2014

She hasn’t had a very good week. First, someone throws a shoe at her during a speech and she laughs it off. But when a group of Benghazi protestors plan to picket a venue where she was to headline, the Clinton bravado vanishes. We find out that Hillary Clinton is a coward, unwilling to face […]

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Hank Aaron, Alvin Holmes, and the Racism That Still Divides Us

April 13, 2014

Earlier this week one of my colleagues wrote a riveting post on the controversial comments made by the former home run record holder, Hank Aaron. Like many other events happening in this country these days, the Aaron event served to show that racism is being used as a weapon for dividing people. Many people have […]

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Brandeis University appeases Islamists-rescinds honorary degree for Ayaan Hirsi Ali

April 12, 2014

Those of you who read my posts regularly will know that there are two things I cannot abide. One is hypocrisy and the other is hypocrisy that seeks to pacify those who would tell the ugly truth about radical Islam. This week Brandeis University really set my hair on fire when within the span of a few […]

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Just Who Is the Future HHS Secretary?

April 11, 2014

Kathleen Sebelius, to no one’s surprise, is finally leaving the Obama administration.  Ever since the disaster that has been the Obamacare website rollout, and the fight to get those enrollment numbers up, by hook or by crook, plus awkward interviews, many talking heads posited that Sebelius was going to be tossed when the president neglected […]

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Mutiny In The House – Are House Conservatives Plotting To Oust Boehner?

April 10, 2014

There is a buzz in Washington right now regarding a little plot going on to replace Speaker of the House, John Boehner. According to the National Journal’s reporter, Tim Alberta, several dozen House conservatives are planning to do just that. Apparently, these House conservatives have been meeting secretly for dinners at the Capitol Hill Club […]

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Hank Aaron Celebrates 40th Anniversary Of 715 HR’s With Remarks Of GOP And The KKK

April 9, 2014

On April 8, 1974, baseball fans across the nation watched as Hank Aaron (nicknamed the Hammer) surpassed Babe Ruth by hitting his 715th home run. Tuesday marked the 40th anniversary for Hank’s historical hit and he was honored at a special pre-game celebration before the Braves took on the Mets for the Tuesday night game. […]

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Yale Tries to Give a Student an Eating Disorder

April 9, 2014

Frances Chan is thin. At 5′ 2″, and 92 pounds, she is petite and thin. However, the college junior, according to Yale University, probably has an eating disorder. Last September, Chan went to Yale Health to have a lump in her breast checked out. Fortunately, it was benign, but she got a callback from health […]

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Marine Commandant Amos Conspired with Female Marine Over Women in Infantry Officer Course

April 8, 2014

Last week we brought you the story of Lt. Sage Santangelo, one of fifteen women to attempt the Marine Infantry Officer Course…and fail miserably.  Santangelo’s claim to fame, however, was not that she was a raging failure; after all, there’s a reason no female has lasted longer than a day or two.  The young lieutenant […]

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