Conservatives who are still under the delusion that they can persuade the Left to tone down their rhetorical attacks and play nice would do well to check out Howard Kurtz’s latest column on the Daily Beast, which gives us yet another round of hypocritical finger waving over the Republican Party’s “liability on the fringe.”
This weekend in D.C., there were a surprising number of ads proclaiming that the Bible says the world’s going to end on May 21.
The real power brokers are the feminist elite, the female professors, lawyers, journalists, writers, judges…their primary target is the American family – and the MSM is their bully pulpit.
A letter to the trustees of the City University of New York calls out the institutional culture that permits anti-Semitism and support for terrorism and Islamic gender and religious apartheid.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) is part political group, part crime syndicate, part terrorist organization. Much of the time it operates outside the legitimate political process, waging war against the framework of society. ACORN is in the business of subverting the American system, so what Americans saw on the undercover “pimp and pro” videos released in 2009 was just another day at the office at ACORN.
Rejection! Maddow and Kos Convince the New York Times, but Not Poor Benton Harbor (True Twit, Part 21)
After getting embarrassed in Wisconsin, Rachel Maddow and the organized Left has turned its attention on Michigan. The focus of their new Chicken Little campaign is the decades-old Emergency Financial Manager statute, mostly used by outdoing Democrat Governor Jennifer Granholm and recently strengthened by new Republican Governor Rick Snyder—because, oh, right the old law wasn’t working very well.
Why it ought to be everyone’s Memorial Day.
“Arab Spring” Yields Islamist Desert
The controversial Rabbi Meir Kahane, whose political network was designated a foreign terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department, had many enemies. But he made perhaps his most consequential foe when he spoke at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in the mid-1980s.