Opinion Timeline

ISIS Reportedly 15 Minute Drive From U.S. While President Has No Plan

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ISIS is reportedly staging outside of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. For those unfamiliar with Mexican geography, that’s about a 15 minute drive in light traffic to El Paso, Texas. With the U.S.-Mexico border intentionally unprotected by our current administration, that presents us with a number of truly frightening scenarios. The report of ISIS in Ciudad Juarez,… Read more »

Dog Abusing CEO Out – Desmond Hague Resigns Position With Centerplate

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Finally, some good news. Desmond Hague, the dog abusing CEO at Centerplate has resigned his position under pressure from animal rights advocates and the general public. Hague was caught on camera kicking and choking a Doberman Pinscher puppy in an elevator. The video, captured in July and released last month after being sent to the… Read more »

Presidents Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Take Vacations: Here’s Why

Presidents Vacations: Ban Them

Presidents and their vacations have long been a source of public scrutiny, and President Barack Obama is no exception. But as it turns out, Obama hasn’t taken nearly as many presidential vacation days as many of his recent predecessors. Still, at a whopping 138 days in six years, not to mention the ill timing of… Read more »

Longmire Canceled By A&E And I’m Melting Down Right Now

Longmire canceled by A&E

The bone heads at the A&E network, otherwise known as ‘Arts & Entertainment‘, have canceled the show Longmire, their most popular drama series of all time; not because of poor ratings, not because of contract disputes or difficulty with the production company or cast… no… reportedly, it’s because they don’t own the show. And if… Read more »

Josh Gordon: Why The NFL’s Drug Policy Is Stupid, Exhibit A

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Yesterday, the NFL handed down a one-year suspension to Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (see this Inquisitr article) for violating the league’s drug policy (for the third time, it should be noted). You heard that right: a one-year suspension. For smoking pot. Let’s be clear about something from the outset: I am in no… Read more »

If You Are Pro-Life, You Shouldn’t Support The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Over the past three to four weeks, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the internet by storm. Prominently continued through social media, the challenge has already been performed by many, in which The Inquisitr has reported Kermit the Frog, Kelly Clarkson, Will Smith, and Benedict Cumberbatch (who got naked for his to the possible… Read more »

Your Chances Of Getting Ebola: Almost Zero

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The Ebola virus outbreak in Africa is only getting worse – that much is clear (see Countries Cordon Off Ebola-Stricken Region – Inquisitr). What’s also clear is that Ebola is a terrifying disease with a fatality rate between 50 and 90 percent, depending on whose numbers you choose to believe. What’s not clear is whether… Read more »

These Kids Were Asked Questions About Marriage, Dating, And Love. Their Earnest Answers Will Pleasantly Shock And Surprise You

Kids Offer The Most Honest, But Sometimes Misplaced Opinions

Dating and marriage are perhaps two of the most complex human engagements in written history. There are multiple complications and after the first few “happy” days, couples start to experience the dull aching pain and subsequently long for their solitary existence. Ironically, when people are single, they crave intimate companionship. Kids aren’t expected to make… Read more »

Bill Maher On Gaza Conflict: ‘People Die In Wars’ [Video]

Bill Maher defends Israel's invasion of Gaza

Unlike many of his fellow liberals, including many celebrities and journalists, Bill Maher continues to support Israel in its war against Hamas in Gaza. On his HBO show Real Time with Bill Maher Friday night, Maher offered these comments about the ongoing Middle East hostilities that have tragically taken the lives of many civilians: “It’s… Read more »

Debbie Wasserman Schultz: Obama Doesn’t Do Much Work [Video]

Democrat official Debbie Wasserman Schultz says Obama doesn't do much work

Obama cheerleader Debbie Wasserman Schultz may have experienced a talking points malfunction. Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz is a Florida Democrat who also chairs the Democratic National Committee. Registering her disagreement with the U.S. House of Representatives plan to sue President Obama over abuse of power, she had this to say on MSNBC about the commander in… Read more »

Iggy Azalea Getting A Macklemore and Ryan Lewis-Esque Backlash, But Why?

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Australian female rapper, Iggy Azalea is on the receiving end of a rather jaded backlash that appears one-sided at best. One could say that Iggy is suffering from frenzied uncalled-for resentment — in Macklemore and Ryan Lewis style. The Urban daily sounded off, clapped back and unleashed a salvo against the haters in defense of… Read more »