Written by JB Williams
Many of us could see that we hit the bottom of the conservative talent pool when George W. Bush had to be recruited from Texas just to avoid John McCain in 2000. Fourteen years later, conservatives are quite literally grasping at straws in the latest CPAC Presidential Straw Poll for 2016.
Written by Ben O'Neill
We have seen how the NSA’s phony court system has acted as a substitute for genuine judicial review, allowing the NSA to build up precedents purporting ...
Written by Marshall Frank
Once again, the world standing of the United States has dropped another critical notch on the international front. Only this time, it was a quite coup under the radar. Few people have heard about it. But it is VERY significant.
Written by Ari Lieberman
As President Obama greets world crisis after crisis with confused vacillation and impotence, a recent Gallup poll unsurprisingly suggests that Americans no longer believe that their president commands respect from foreign leaders. And why should they? The President’s foreign policy has proved to be ...
Written by Greg Allen
One of my kids recently said: “I never really cared much about politics before, Dad, but I think I better start. Life’s not easy and the country’s a mess. I think Barack Obama’s policies are scary, quite honestly, and I’m gonna register to vote for the first time.”
Written by J. D. Longstreet
News The Government Approves!
First, allow me to offer this warning: Do not, for one moment, believe the FCC has backed off it's CIN (Critical Information Needs) initiative. It WILL be back, in another guise, most likely as a study to determine if minority ownership of broadcast stations is at a ...
Written by JB Williams
As news comes from the White House of another election year withdrawal of all American troops from Afghanistan, which promises to leave the region in the same kind of terrorist run chaos as Iraq, a House Sub-Committee on Government Oversight of National Securityis set to grill Pentagon officials on ...
Written by Dr. Charles Battig
Dr. Charles Battig
from the Virginia Free Citizen
Wikipedia gives the following definition: “Bullying is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively impose domination over others. The behavior is often repeated and habitual. One essential prerequisite is the ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Thanks in part to some cheatingin the women’s figure skating competition, Russia ended up on top in the Olympic medals count. But the real benefits to the Kremlin regime came during the closing ceremonies, broadcast by NBC and narrated in part by former Soviet propagandist Vladimir Pozner. The ...