In the last year, we have had some very scary things revealed to us about our government. We are having every cell phone tapped by NSA. We are being watched by drones. International calls monitored. Now, when we go to the government health care site, to sign up for insurance most of us do not want, they are gleaning information about us.
Now I am not going to tell you that I am shocked that this is happening. It seems only natural that our nanny state would seek to gain info from us while on their Read more [...]
Now Billy Crystal will have to be re-educated for not believing that there should be so much gay sex on TV.
While participating on a panel interview with the Television Critics Association, Crystal shared his thoughts on gay sex and scenes on television and immediately came under fire after being asked if it was difficult for him to play a gay man in the 1970’s. He was also asked about his thoughts on what has happened on television since.
Crystal replied, I’ve seen some stuff recently Read more [...]
Chick-fil-A’s slogan is “Eat Mor Chickin” but students at Indiana University (Bloomington campus) voted “no” to more chicken based on concerns over the company’s views on same-sex marriage and other LGBT issues.
The Chick-fil-A franchise at the Wells Library location was previously under contract with Sodexo, a food management company, but the campus recently decided to exercise a clause in the contract allowing the site to be managed by Residential Programs and Services. With RPS Read more [...]
Jake Tapper interviews Obama’s Iranian-born senior advisor Valerie Jarrett and, rather than asking her why terrorism has exploded under his regime, Tapper asks more diplomatic and more easily talked around questions which generally refer to the same thing.
He ticks off some of the recent and current Islamic terrorist acts and asks, “Even with the airstrikes being carried out by the ‘U.S. coalition,’ this group doesn’t seem to be degraded or destroyed much at all. Is it possibly time Read more [...]
One high-profile blogger says it’s time to propose legislation to ban Islam. Tim Brown, of Freedom Outpost and Sons of Liberty Media, is no stranger to controversy. If you follow any of his widely published articles, or spend any time on the websites that Tim edits, you will quickly realize that Tim is, unapologetically, a devout Christian who backs his worldviews with Biblical truth.
However, has Tim Brown gone too far this time?
Me and Jason, my co-host on The Liberty Brothers Radio Show, Read more [...]
Good afternoon there sweetheart, I hope this finds you alive and well. You can thank our men and women of the armed forces for that, by the way, and that also includes us cowardly snipers. It seems you’ve found time between licking the jelly off your fingers and releasing your grasp of a bear claw to tweet some junk about snipers being cowards.
My buddies and I got a good laugh over the tweet, so I thank you. For a guy worth $50 million dollars, you sure have quite a bit to bitch Read more [...]
To be fair to Moore, he does have a lot of body to guard.
Michael Moore, a lefty troll most people forgot even existed, made headlines for calling Chris Kyle a coward. Moore however is a profile in courage. After making the anti-American movie Fahrenheit 9/11 for which he was reviled by everyone from author Ray Bradbury on down, he claimed to have nine bodyguards.
In one of his books, he described the men as ex-Navy SEALS.
It’s not clear how many bodyguards he has now, but in 2005, one Read more [...]
David Cameron is calling out the Pope in light of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
David Cameron has criticised the Pope, insisting it is wrong to suggest that those who mock Islam and other religions could ‘expect a punch’.
In a highly-unusual move, the Prime Minister put himself at odds with the Pontiff, insisting someone who is offended does not have the right to ‘wreak vengeance’.
The Pope caused anger last week when he suggested people ‘cannot insult the faith of others’, adding Read more [...]
Democrat Tom Wolf banned one of the shining examples of Pennsylvanian greatness at his inaugural party, Yuengling beer.
The brewery fell out of the soon-to-be governor's good graces for supporting right-to-work policies. The issue started two years ago. At the time, brewery president, Richard Yuengling Jr., now 74, became a target of unions for his support of right-to-work laws. They believe a worker should have the right to choice whether to join a union, while Wolf advocates for mandatory union Read more [...]
In 1973 seven unelected men who sat on the Supreme Court of the United States of America cast their votes that resulted in the deaths of 50 million (maybe more) unborn babies. How would you like to stand before God after that vote and the ensuing bloodshed? The seven would be right up there with Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, and Mao Tse Tung, and they would be at the head of the line.
Hundreds of millions of Americans were bound by the decision of those seven people, and the babies in the womb did Read more [...]
The independent Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi, or CCB, has been doing its own investigation and working behind the scenes for the past year and a half to make sure Congress does the job the executive branch has failed to do: Namely, to get to the truth of what happened and to hold people accountable.
A major step forward took place last May when Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, announced the creation of a Select Committee to investigate, after about 190 House Republicans, under Read more [...]