Kevin Smith’s Big Fat Sense of Entitlement


Filmmaker Kevin Smith (Clerks, Dogma) was thrown off a Southwest Airlines plane Saturday night when the flight crew determined he posed a “safety risk” due to his size.  The overweight celeb immediately took to Twitter to air his grievances.  Here’s his multi-tweet tantrum (organized into paragraphs for semi-coherence):
Dear @SouthwestAir – I know I’m fat, [...]

The Theocracy of the Left or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Atheist


Perhaps it’s his accent, or the disaffected way he brushes his wispy hair from his face, but Christopher Hitchens is growing on me. Then again, it could simply be his latest piece in Newsweek, The Death of Theocracy, that has my heart all aflutter.
Hitchens, no stranger to religious debate, has trained his brazenly atheist sight [...]

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Have We Stopped Trying to Make Good People? – by Dennis Prager


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The most important question a society can ask.

A Spoonful of Saccharine: If You Can’t Change Reality, Mock It


Rachel Maddow took a moment from her busy, busy schedule Wednesday night to mock Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). She did so, because he said something that hits perhaps just a little too close to home for leftists like Maddow who believe in the transformative power of government to fix all our ills.
McConnell had [...]