Vegan Joaquin Phoenix to Save Rabbit-Eating Snakes


Mirror, mirror, on the wall who in the land is silliest of all?
Exhibit one: In Year of the Dog we travel with two hysterical vegans, Peggy (Molly Shannon) and Newt (Peter Sarsgaard). They both have issues. And, in one memorable scene, Peggy returns to Newt’s house to pick up her dog. Just one slight problem [...]

Sure Paul, Porn is Harmful — In the Same Way That Beer, Cigarettes, and Double Downs are Harmful


The above image of KFC’s forthcoming “Double Down” sandwich is no different from pornography. Some people make look at it with joy and anticipation. Others will be repulsed.
In the debate about pornography Paul Cooper and I don’t really have a meaningful disagreement. We’re both share the position that government should not try and prosecute [...]

Victory for Free Speech at Duke; Pro-Life Group’s Rights Restored


Duke University has reversed a decision by its Women’s Center that prohibited the Duke Students for Life (DSFL) student group from holding a discussion on student motherhood at a Women’s Center venue during the group’s “Week for Life” event.

Faith and Fiction


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A thriller writer and an FBI veteran eschew sermonizing for suspense in two Christian fiction hits.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 28, 2010


I have had the sad task of writing a just-published book about my daughter Sarah who died at the age of 44 from complications related to a birth condition. No parent should have to bury his child, and the book I have written, which is called A Cracking of the Heart, is naturally about grief [...]

When Mommy Lives at a Sorority House


One of the features in this month’s More magazine is a feminist’s dream: Three U.S. Congresswomen — all of whom are Democrats (naturally…not many conservatives would do this), wives, and mothers — have decided to move in together. Unlike 99% of spouses in America, Carolyn Maloney, 69, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, 43, and Melissa Bean, 48, [...]

The Stupak Exodus


Do I get credit for using a biblical metaphor in reference to Stupak that doesn’t involve Judas?
For Congressman Bart Stupak’s abortion “deal” — securing an ineffectual executive order signed by the president to ostensibly prohibit the use of federal funds for abortion in accordance with the Hyde Amendment — the pro-life Democrat is now hemorrhaging [...]

And Judas Said Unto Them, “What Will You Give Me If I Betray…?”


Somewhere in Washington D.C., probably at about one in the morning, a man closed a door against the noise and sat down on his bed. From the haggard, miserable look he had worn the entire evening, I doubt that he was smiling at the darkness. In fact, as the silence closed around, the heavy and [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 22, 2010


For his entire adult life, Obama’s closest political allies have been pro-Soviet progressives like state senator Alice Palmer who chose Obama as the politically appropriate figure whom she chose to inherit her state senate seat; or anti-American radicals like Bill Ayers, who organized a terrorist army in the 1970s with the intention of launching a [...]