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Generation “I” – For Idiot

By Edward Cline ~

A little past midway through the second season of House of Cards, Episode 1, Chapter 14, Frank Underwood, ambitious politician and murderer, throws Zoe Barnes, the sluttish, amoral reporter who helped him move closer to the Vice Presidency and finally the Presidency with her stories calculated to smear or destroy his rivals, not so much under the bus, as under an incoming DC Metro train. 1,997 more words

Public Opinion

Is Social Liberalism Winning?

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~

The end of the Supreme Court term was depressing for conservatives. The double-whammy of a 50-state mandate for gay marriage and the upholding of Obamacare sounded the alarms for religious freedom. 561 more words

Public Opinion

Let’s Drop The Charade: The Supreme Court Is A Political Branch, Not A Judicial One

By Andrew C McCarthy ~

‘But this Court is not a legislature.” Chief Justice John Roberts actually published that sentence in his same-sex marriage dissent on Friday .  1,131 more words

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Caitlin Jenner? Hello Sucker!

By Alan Caruba ~

It doesn’t matter that Bruce Jenner, famed Olympic athlete and member of the Kardashian family, thinks that he is female. He can never be female no matter what surgery he undertakes to make it reflect the fantasy in his head. 818 more words

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Of Political Values and Vision: An Introduction to The American Liberal Review and Its Mission

From The American Liberal Review website:

The American Liberal Review’s mission is to promote a political worldview steeped in the inspiring tradition of reform and achievement: progressive liberalism. 2,116 more words

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People I Don't Like

By Alan Caruba ~

At the end of every year it is customary to offer up lists of all kinds—the best this, the worst that—and it is a brief, generally amusing exercise. 1,223 more words

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For 2015: More Morality, Less Politics

By Star Parker ~

At the close of the last century, British conservative historian Paul Johnson wrote “A History of the American People.”

He began his sweeping panorama of our history in a most extraordinary way.  649 more words

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