“Nobody’s Gonna Touch Israel”: NRB Interviews Ron Paul


We caught up with Congressman Ron Paul after his speech at the Tea Party Patriots American Policy Summit in Phoenix over the weekend. One of the themes of that speech was that America cannot impose democracy upon the rest of the world. However, unaddressed was whether America ought to protect allies who are free and wish to remain so. Here was our follow-up with the congressman.

“Twilight” Starlet Kristen Stewart Models How the Rich Serve Society


Though most recognizable for the role of Bella Swan in the ridiculously popular Twilight movies, it was another role which motivated red hot starlet Kristen Stewart toward philanthropy. …the 20-year-old reveals her secret similarity to Charlie Sheen: she’s going to spend a fortune on hookers this year. After researching teen sex workers for her role [...]

The Orwellian Doublespeak of Media Matters’ David Brock


Media Matter’s head honcho David Brook is a master of doublespeak. As he leads the leftist herd in advancing the meme of conservative rhetoric causing violence, he attempts to appear somehow reasonable by simultaneously expressing the opposite position.

On Arizona Shooting, Jon Stewart Skirts the Edge of Reason


Jon Stewart’s instincts push him in the right direction while analyzing the Arizona shooting. However, still missing from his assessment is the moral distinction between speech and action, and the plain sense which informs the “reasonable person” standard in common law.

Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s Crusade Against Talk Radio Shows Contempt for Voters


By refusing to guest on talk radio, and enforcing a state boycott upon the medium, Chafee is denying a bloc of his constituents access to their public servants.

Spider-Man: Your Friendly Neighborhood Sissy?


It’s only been four years since Spider-Man 3 hit theaters, and less than 10 years since the original. Yet we’re already about to see a reboot. Unfortunately, the more we learn of the forthcoming Spider-Man film, the less likely it seems to become that rare derivative which will transcend its predecessor.

On Arizona Shooting, Jon Stewart Skirts the Edge of Reason


Jon Stewart’s instincts push him in the right direction while analyzing the Arizona shooting. However, still missing from his assessment is the moral distinction between speech and action, and the plain sense which informs the “reasonable person” standard in common law.

Chorus of Hollywood Tweets Blame Palin & Tea Party for Arizona Shooting


There is now little doubt that suspect Jared Loughner suffers from some form of mental illness, leaving him wholly incapable of maintaining or acting upon a coherent political ideology. Even so, a chorus of Hollywood tweets have joined the cacophony of blame directed at Sarah Palin and the Tea Party.

Suspect in Giffords Shooting Is Out to Lunch, Not Tea


Leftist opportunists have set the tone to follow the horrific Arizona shooting, blaming it on the Tea Party, conservative pundits, and Republicans. However, what little we learn of suspect Jared Loughner through a cursory examination of his YouTube channel indicates an irrational mind adhering to no particular ideology. In short, he’s out to lunch.

Of Dogs and Men: How the Tucker Carlson / Michael Vick Flap Reveals the Left’s Moral Degeneracy


When a Princeton professor responded on MSNBC to Tucker Carlson’s asserted belief that Michael Vick ought to be executed for his crimes against dogs, she left viewers with the impression that she was justifying Vick’s actions as an effect of racial politics. However, her real point was worse, demonstrating the dangerous moral degeneracy of the Left.