(Im)moderate Republicans, Libertarian-leaning Republicans, Republicans with dollar signs rather than Scripture reflected in their myopic eyes have been pushing conservatives toward the end of the short pier, hoping that either spines will crumble or conservatives will tumble into the dark waters. Supremacist Court Justice/lawmaker Neil-the-Usurper-Gorsuch just gave conservatives a huge shove toward the watery abyss.
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Brandon Straka, Christians, Chuck Grassley, Civil Rights Act, Dave Rubin, Deb Fischer, democratic, Guy Benson, homosexuals, LGBTQ, Matt Gaetz, Milo Yiannopoulos, Neil Gorsuch, Republicans, Rob Portman, SCOTUS, Scripture
Maybe you once thought that the left wanted tolerance and diversity, but in reality, tolerance and diversity have never been the goals of the left, especially the radical left. Instead, it wants to suppress and silence opposing views, and the further left you go, the more extreme the intolerance.
For those who have still not come to grips with this, let these recent examples jar you.
It is bad enough that states have been passing legislation banning counseling for minors struggling with same-sex attraction, even if they have their parents’ backing. But now, there are reports that some states are …
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged CNN, Dana Loesch, Douglas Murray, Google, Harvard College Faith and Action, Jake Tapper, Jeremy Schossau, jihad, JihadWatch, Joe Rogan, Milo Yiannopoulos, National Religious Broadcasters, NRA, Pamela Geller, Sam Harris, sharia, Todd Starnes, Twitter, YouTube
Virtually anyone over the age of 25 today has heard of Karl Marx and Marxism, though many remain ignorant of Marx’s history and the subsequent cultural ideology that emerged from aspects of his economic theories.
Karl Marx was the grandson of a Jewish rabbi, but his father converted to Lutheranism to escape the antisemitism endemic in Germany, and Karl and siblings were baptized in a Lutheran church in 1824.
Karl Marx’s father died in 1838, leaving the family in dire financial straits.
Like so many young people today, Marx became enamored with radicals at the University of Berlin, and …
The shooting of GOP House Whip Steve Scalise and several other Republicans during an early morning baseball practice this month is as unsurprising as it was dreadful. Some of our deepest expectations were realized in that moment, as the furious rhetoric being churned out by the Left finally expressed itself in the ultimate form of contempt: an attempt to assassinate political leaders.
It wasn’t hard to predict where our national discourse was taking us. For years in the halls of Congress and in the courts, we’ve been engaged in a civil war. There’s been a marked increase in the use …
Posted in Federal
Tagged Ann Coulter, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Dr. Charles Murray, Hillary Clinton, James T. Hodgkinson, John Adams, John Griffin, Johnny Depp, Johnny Eric Williams, Kathy Griffin, Kevin Allred, Kirsten Gillibrand, Lars Maischak, Lea DeLaria, Madonna, Maxine Waters, Milo Yiannopoulos, Reza Aslan, Sarah Silverstein, Snoop Dogg, Steve Scalise, tim kaine, Tom Perez, “Julius” Trump
Many years ago, I witnessed what happens when people who prevent others from speaking are not dealt with promptly.
During a “Firing Line” taping with William F. Buckley at Bard College in New York State on the topic of “Resolved: The ACLU is full of baloney” (the short answer is “yes”), two female activists stood up and started chanting “women of color have no voice.”
Posted in Education
Tagged 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade, ACLU, Angelo M. Codevilla, Ann Coulter, Bard College, Berkeley, Black Lives Matter, Charles Murray, Claremont McKenna College, Donald Trump, Firing Line, Heather MacDonald, Michael Kinsley, Middlebury College, Milo Yiannopoulos, Nadine Strossen, The Wellesley News, University of California, Vladimir Lenin, William F. Buckley
The obscene, sodomy-celebrating, and nasty provocateur; rising GOP star; and Breitbart contributor Milo Yiannopoulos was recently invited to be the keynote speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Fortunately, his invitation was quickly rescinded when an interview with Joe Rogan from ten months ago came to light in which Yiannopoulos gleefully recounted performing a sex act on a Catholic priest when Yiannopoulos was 14-years-old--a sexual act that Yiannopoulos insisted did not constitute pedophilia.