Monthly Archives: April 2017

Heckler’s Veto


Daily Caller: CNN host W. Kamau Bell declared on Thursday the cancellation of college speakers like Ann Coulter is a matter of protecting students from so-called hate speech, and has nothing to do with free speech. In an appearance on … Continue reading

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Protecting His Students


Sometimes you just have to take a break. Get a cup of coffee. Review your options. Stop acting like an idiot.  

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Wrong On So Many Other Things…


But so right…or at least correct on this: Source Our freedom of speech is not negotiable, and is not subject to the veto of a masked mob. America was liberated from the British Empire in part because of the words of … Continue reading

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They Don’t Know Anything Outside the Bubble


Politico points out that reporters and editors live in places where Hillary Clinton and other Democrats are winners: It’s more than just location. When you’re a fish, you can barely imagine living in water, much less living in a desert. … Continue reading

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Do You Know Why the Cameraman Kept on Filming?


Because that’s his job. He’d be fired for not filming. If he stopped he’d be in trouble. Man, I hate the internet sometimes. I mean, would you stop? Also, a lot of those teaser ads about ‘saying goodbye’ to celebrities … Continue reading

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Has a Civil War Begun?


Or is there a nationwide surplus of hyperbole, one which can only be neutralized by essays like this on in Front Page Mag: The Democrats have become a terrorist party. And their commitment to a radical revolution has plunged our political … Continue reading

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Quotes of the Day: Sebastian Gorka


“Eight out of ten times, I can read something written in the daily paper about an event that occurred the night before, and it is literally 180 degrees incorrect,” said Gorka in his remarks to the crowded room. “It is totally … Continue reading

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