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Hillary and the Black Panthers? What We Learn from her Team Up With Beyoncé

If you call yourself Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, or Ted Cruz, life is pretty hectic right about now. In the thick of primary season, the presidential contenders are running on little sleep as they jet set from city to city in hopes of scoring delegates. So, it’s sufficient to say that US Weekly’s recent … Continue reading “Hillary and the Black Panthers? What We Learn from her Team Up With Beyoncé”

The Day Ted Cruz Crushed the Climate Conspiracy

It was October of 2015. Senator Ted Cruz sat at the head of a judicial subcommittee with the president of the Sierra Club, Aaron Mair, in the hot seat. What ensued was a slaughter- not that any major news outlet would notice. If the media had reported on it properly, it might have made a huge … Continue reading “The Day Ted Cruz Crushed the Climate Conspiracy”

Celebrity Politics: Margaret Cho, Barbara Streisand, and Adele Weigh in on Controversial Topics

There comes a point in every presidential election when the Hollywood elite decide to obnoxiously interject their leftist agendas. Right now, the 2016 race is no exception. As Trump and his opposition face a slew of attacks from all angles, Republicans are forced to contend with the problem of bad publicity. Unfortunately, celebrities’ one-sided take … Continue reading “Celebrity Politics: Margaret Cho, Barbara Streisand, and Adele Weigh in on Controversial Topics”

Can Liberals be Reasoned With?

If you’ve ever tried to explain to an extreme leftist why some policy or ideology is good, bad, right, or wrong- you’ve probably run into a wall of shaming language, blame-mongering, and double think. On one level, what you’re witnessing in such moments is the refusal or the inability of a person to realize that … Continue reading “Can Liberals be Reasoned With?”

Brokered Conventions: Do they subvert the will of the voter?

The specter of a brokered convention that many feel would subvert the will of the voter has been hovering over the Republican Party since last year when it became obvious it would not be easy for anyone to reach 1237 delegates with so many in the race. Even though Donald Trump now appears to be … Continue reading “Brokered Conventions: Do they subvert the will of the voter?”

Pentagon: ISIS Prisoners Will Only Be Held for 30 Days

The horrific civil war in Syria and the ongoing battle with ISIS has captivated the American public. Just as soon as it seemed that terrorist menace al-Qaeda was on the run and withering, ISIS reared its ugly head and began committing the horrible atrocities and wanton destruction that have been covered in painstaking detail by … Continue reading “Pentagon: ISIS Prisoners Will Only Be Held for 30 Days”

Joe Biden’s $500,000 Mexican Fiesta and Other Tales of Excess

On Thursday, February 25 of 2016, Vice President Joe Biden attended the annual U.S.-Mexico High-Level Economic Dialogue in Mexico City, a trade summit designed to discuss issues between the two countries. In attendance with Biden was a small group of government officials, including Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Commerce Secretary Penny … Continue reading “Joe Biden’s $500,000 Mexican Fiesta and Other Tales of Excess”

How Might a Contested GOP Convention Play Out?

With the chaos of the GOP presidential race seeming to pick up speed every week, a previously remote and barely considered scenario has started to come into focus: a possible contested GOP convention where the delegate leader (most likely Donald Trump) might not be the party’s ultimate chosen nominee. Is this possible? Is there a … Continue reading “How Might a Contested GOP Convention Play Out?”

The Politics of Hate: How Big Money, the Media and the Republican Party are Sabotaging the American Electoral Process

In bygone days, a political candidate who would stand up for the defense of the nation’s security and culture would have been praised. But now, ideas such as closing the southern US border and halting illegal immigration are being labeled by the media, liberal groups and big money as representing a policy of hate and racism. … Continue reading “The Politics of Hate: How Big Money, the Media and the Republican Party are Sabotaging the American Electoral Process”

History in Havana? Obama and Castro’s Controversial Meeting

After their formal meeting in communist Cuba, Barack Obama and President Raúl Castro took questions in a short but telling press conference. Obama’s speech looked forward to the dawning of a “new day” in Cuba, a grandiose pipe dream he’s spoken about ever since the leaders resumed diplomatic relations back in July of 2015. As … Continue reading “History in Havana? Obama and Castro’s Controversial Meeting”