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Chuck Norris Slams President Obama And Prisoner Of War Exchange

Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris is famous for his skills in martial arts and his written column about President Obama certainly won’t go down easily without a fight. Norris recently decided to let the world know exactly how he feels about President Obama’s prisoner of war exchange in a two-part column. Without pulling any punches, Norris had quite… Read more »

Glenn Beck On Iraq War: ‘Liberals, You Were Right.’ (Video)

Glenn-Beck-On-Iraq-War--'Liberals,-You-Were-Right.'

Your browser does not support iframes. Glenn Beck may have stunned listeners to his radio show Tuesday (June 17) when he admitted that liberals were right all along about the war in Iraq. That’s right. Beck said liberals were right all along. The admission was pretty simple, actually. Just four simple words. “Liberals, you were… Read more »

Is Hillary Clinton’s New Book A Dud?

Is Hillary Clinton's new book a dud?

Is the Hillary Clinton memoir Hard Choices a dud despite all the hoopla? Simon & Schuster paid the former first lady, U.S. Senator, and Secretary of State a $14 million advance, but will the publisher ever get its money’s worth? An insider reportedly says no way. The book is currently number one on Amazon out… Read more »

Supreme Court Gun Ruling Puts An Ax To ‘Straw’ Purchases

Supreme Court Gun Ruling

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday, June 16, to tighten restrictions on “straw” gun purchases wherein one party buys a gun on behalf of someone else, reports USA Today. This gun ruling upholds the decision made by two lower courts that too voted against “straw” purchases. The Supreme Court case behind the ruling, Abramski… Read more »

Rick Perry: ‘We’ll Leave To Psychologists’ If Gays Are Really Like Alcoholics

Rick Perry

Rick Perry, the Texas governor and prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate, faced some heat Monday from an unlikely source over his comments last week comparing gay people to alcoholics. Perry made the comparison at a Commonwealth Club appearance in San Francisco, California, last Thursday. In those comments, Perry asserted that, both excessive alcohol consumption and… Read more »

Who’s Running In 2016? Romney, Warren, Clinton Speculation

Hillary, Romney, Bush- who is running in 2016?

As the next presidential election looms ever nearer, people are starting to wonder who will be running in 2016. So far, a lot of names have been tossed around without a great deal of positive certainty attached to any of them. Here’s the rundown on who might be running, and who is definitely not running…. Read more »

Tea Party Candidate Scott Esk Supports Stoning Gay People To Death

tea party scott esk homosexuals

A Tea Party candidate in Oklahoma is in the national political spotlight on social media, after older Facebook posts in which Scott Esk describes his approval of stoning gay people went viral this week. Scott Esk, running for Oklahoma House District 91, reportedly made the comments back in July — and a magazine in the… Read more »

Sarah Palin Calls Out Clinton’s Book And Bashes Cantor All In One Week

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Sarah Palin has re-entered the media spotlight this week, making waves on two fronts seemingly simultaneously. Palin began the week by reminding the American public who really took the first shot in the “War on Women.” While Hillary Clinton made the rounds to promote her new memoir, “Hard Choices,” Palin zeroed in on one instance… Read more »

Elizabeth Warren: College Expenses Obscene

Elizabeth Warren's New Book

Sen. Elizabeth Warren makes a point of showing now pretty much everywhere she goes that she might never have been able to afford advanced education if she were born into one of today’s youngest generations. In A Fighting Chance, Warren details her Oklahoma City start as the best debater in school, with college the only… Read more »

George Will: Sexual Assault Victims Hold ‘Coveted Status’

George Will Ignites Firestorm Over Sexual Assault Victimhood Comments

George Will, a controversial columnist for the Washington Post, has ignited an Internet firestorm over his comments that sexual assault victimhood is “a coveted status” on college campuses. Will builds his argument on what he sees to be an exaggeration among progressives regarding sexual assault statistics. Probably his most incendiary remarks, for many, were these:… Read more »