Police Rage Has Gone Too Far

Even before a murderer walked up to a police cruiser in New York City and enacted “revenge” for Eric Garner and Michael Brown, it was clear that America – particularly those on the left – had lost all perspective. Suddenly, the controversial killings of...
Posted On 25 Dec 2014
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Atheist: Religious Beliefs Only For Unintelligent

Writing an article for Salon, atheist John G. Messerly has a Christmas message for those of us who still believe there may be something to the Greatest Story Ever Told: we only believe because we’re not educated enough. Helpfully buttressing Messerly’s argument is the...
Posted On 24 Dec 2014
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Food Stamp Debacle: $2.4 Billion Misspent

Whenever Democrats argue for more federal spending, they pay lip service to the universally known truth of government waste. But simply saying, “Yeah, we should do something about that…” isn’t good enough. There isn’t anything to be done about it....
Posted On 23 Dec 2014
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Executed: NYPD Cops Pay Price for Liberal Lies

Tragedy hit New York City on Saturday afternoon when a man named Ismaaiyl Brinsley murdered two NYPD police officers in cold blood. In the early hours of the investigation, officials were certain of two things: Brinsley had a history of criminal behavior – arrests for...
Posted On 22 Dec 2014
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Liberal “Equality” Is an Irrational Fight

If you could sum up the American liberal movement in a single word, that word might well be “equality.” Well, that’s what they would have us believe, anyway. They don’t care for such terms as personal responsibility or class mobility – except when...
Posted On 22 Dec 2014
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Court Decides Obesity Is a Disability

Europe’s highest court ruled this week that being obese “can constitute a disability,” meaning that fat workers must be provided with special accommodations such as larger chairs, closer parking spaces, and other facilities that help them work without...
Posted On 19 Dec 2014
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Law Enforcement Refuses to Abide by Washington Gun Law

Proponents of gun rights were dismayed when Washington State voters came out in support of Initiative 594, a far-reaching gun-control regulation that would expand background checks. Under the law, even private transfers between friends and family would be subject to such checks....
Posted On 18 Dec 2014
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Could Hollywood Comedy Precipitate War?

If you told someone in 2013 that a comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco would set off international violence, they probably wouldn’t believe you. But in 2014, that prospect doesn’t seem nearly as ridiculous. The movie in question – The Interview –...
Posted On 17 Dec 2014
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Sydney and the Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism

In the years after 9/11, Americans waited for the other shoe to drop. What would Al Qaeda pull next from their bag of bloody tricks? Concerns about old Russian nuclear weapons, chemical agents, dirty bombs, and other means of mass murder were embedded deep in our national...
Posted On 16 Dec 2014
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Obama Makes Big Move Toward Universal Preschool

The White House has announced a big-money rollout intended to boost some of the president’s long talked-about education agenda items, the most notable of which is federally-funded preschool for everyone. According to President Obama, more than $1 billion – a...
Posted On 15 Dec 2014
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