"Playful", "Unapologetic Masculinity"? Really??? I'm always somewhat mystified when I see "masculinity" defined as a flagrant lack of self control coupled with a broken moral compass. Sometimes it seems that we have forgotten the distinction...Show More Summary
Despite the attention the issue gets, there’s little actual data to suggest that there’s any real problem with housing or employment discrimination against homosexuals. On the issue of housing discrimination specifically, I spoke with then-Labor Commissioner Tony Weiler back in April who told me that complaints over discrimination against homosexuals were not only minimal in [...]Show More Summary
Testifying Tuesday on Capitol Hill before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Director of the National Security Agency General...
In Iran they beat women bloody in the streets. Iran Press News released this photo on the 2007 crackdown on unveiled women. For not covering their hair. In Iran they beat female democracy protesters, too. This week Hollywood lib Barbra … Continue reading ?
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Dr. Alieta Eck to discuss her run for US Senate in New Jersey, how her status as a physician can help her in the healthcare debate, and how she can win this short sprint to the ballot box.
To be fair, the Minot School Board is considering more than one option when it comes addressing school growth in the city, and the impact they calculate for property taxes doesn’t take into account the city’s growing property tax base, but even so this illustrates perfectly the problem with trying to solve the property tax [...]Show More Summary
Hundreds of pro-immigration goons stormed Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s home this past weekend. The mob brought megaphones and rallied on his front porch. And they hurled threats at his family. Todd Starnes at Townhall reported: Kansas Secretary of … Continue reading ?
There has been a rash of stories about U.S. State Department employees taking drugs and cavorting with prostitutes. In addition, the Ambassador to Belgium, Howard Gutman, was accused of soliciting prostitutes and minor children. While...Show More Summary
The Cable: The State Department investigator who accused colleagues last week of using drugs, soliciting prostitutes, and having sex with minors says that Foggy Bottom is now engaged in an “intimidation” campaign to stop her..... After the CBS News made inquiries to the State Department about the charges, Schulman says investigators [...]
Perhaps it's just as well for the President's peace of mind that he and his family are on another taxpayer-subsidized international jaunt (the...
Any casual news observer may have no idea what today’s abortion vote in the House is actually about. Catching a radio report this morning, I learned that this is being orchestrated to make social conservatives feel included in legislation, but has no chance of passing the Senate. Show More Summary
Chris Christie didn't hold back any punches on Morning Joe today, going after both Republicans in Congress and President Obama. "Maybe their ratings wouldn't be at 10 percent if every once in a while they put policy ahead of politics," Christie said of Congress's low approval rating. Show More Summary
The Spirit Lake Indian Reservation has dire problems, most recently manifested in the death of a young child that is being investigated by the feds. When a news crew from NBC affiliate Valley News Live went on the reservation to report on the story of the child’s death, they were attacked. A few months ago, [...]Show More Summary
Dismissing women who oppose the principles of radical feminism is an old tactic, but it is alive and well. Consider this write-up for New York Magazine noting that Tennessee congresswoman Marsha Blackburn will be leading the floor debate today on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Show More Summary
You know, I think I owe Mitt Romney an apology. He said over and over again during the debates “ Our plan was a state solution to a state problem" and therefore wouldn't work on the national level. I always took this for a dodge, a way to cloak his natural technocratic instincts with states' rights platitudes. Show More Summary
Rick Santorum won eleven Republican primary contests in 2012, and he's already looking seriously at another run. Later this summer, he'll be in Iowa. “It’ll probably be too warm to wear a sweater vest, but I’ll have it ready in my suitcase," he says, in an interview with National Review.
James O’Keefe is back. His new book Breakthrough chronicling his undercover video takedowns of ACORN, NPR, and local election officials who ignore voter fraud is being published today. He also has a new video out that should embarrass two companies who distribute government-paid-for “Obamaphones” to people who claim they lack cellular service. Show More Summary
Chris Christie didn't pull any punches on Morning Joe today by going after President Obama. Christie said he was "disappointed" with the president's leadership in working with Congress. "The 'charm offensive' should have started in January of 2009," he said. Show More Summary
The justices being desperately in need of unsolicited advice, I provide some in my Bloomberg column today to help them decide the remaining cases on their docket concerning marriage and race. We can ask a two-part question... that serves as a rough-and-ready guide to when the court should impose a policy. Show More Summary