Don’t miss the new daily show about top conservatives on Twitter, hosted by Michael Patrick Leahy.
Talking to the late super-spy via a Ouija board proved most enlightening regarding our current intelligence chief.
So a href=”http://www.drudgereport.com/flashns.htm”states Drudge on a developing story. /a Apparently, this emotional kit is to help people deal with the stress of the financial crisis. Isn’t this kind of like an abusive spouse providing you with tips on how to cope with his or her abuse? As Libertarian Harry Browne a href=”http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Harry_Browne”once said, /a”Government is good at one thing: It knows how to break your legs, hand you a crutch, and say, “See, if it weren’t for the government, you wouldn’t be able to walk.”br /br /Update: Fausta’s Blog: a href=”http://faustasblog.com/?p=11198″The government is not here to help./a
Finally — the good! Three things that offer us optimism in otherwise trying times.
So what's the alternative? Obama has yet to give us a real answer.
Self-hating humans need to relax and enjoy the warm weather while it lasts.
What gives Spain the right to prosecute Israel for fighting Hamas?
Memo to Paris Hilton: It's never too late to use your celebrity for public good.
After denials of Boston's controversial mega-mosque being used for radical teaching, the mask has come off.
Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute stops by the PJTV studio to talk about the proper role of government.
The president's firing of GM's CEO expands government control of business and shrinks individual liberty. (Also see Roger L. Simon — Obama and GM: Just Say No)
A man a href=”http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29944382/?gt1=43001″killed 8 people in a nursing home /ain Carthage, North Carolina Sunday morning, and police have no motive as of yet. What struck me was the information provided by his ex-wife:br /br /blockquoteWhile authorities declined to comment on a possible motive, Stewart’s ex-wife said he had been reaching out recently to family members, telling them he had cancer and was preparing for a long trip and to “go away.” Sue Griffin said she was married to Stewart for 15 years, and while they hadn’t spoken since divorcing in 2001, he had been trying to call her during the past week through her son, mother, sister and grandmother.br /br /”He did have some violent tendencies from time to time,” Griffin said. “I wouldn’t put it past him. I hate to say it, but it is true.” /blockquotebr /br /Prior to many of these brutal attacks, the perpetrator often tries to reach out to others. Most of the time, no one listens or responds, perhaps with good reason. People want to believe that these attacks “just happen”–and there is nothing anyone can do. br /br /In my experience, this is not true. Anger is sometimes depression and frustration turned outward. If the underlying emotions can be addressed, sometimes tragedy can be averted. I have witnessed this first hand over my career and it is unfortunate that so many people–particularly men–have few places to turn. People are afraid of violent tendencies, especially in men and many fall through the cracks. I am not defending what this man did, for there is no excuse here. But understanding the causes of this type of violence and treating a person prior to a rampage is imperative in stopping it.
Why anyone would say "yes" to anything this frighteningly irresponsible?
What drives someone to champion the rights of people in a land he doesn't know?
Obama gets more coverage at an NBA game than George Bush in his final two years in office. Is he overexposed?
Al-Qaeda operatives are being taken out in Pakistan. Why the secrecy about it?
The teachers' unions and the media can't change the facts, try as they might.
As the media fawns over pop culture icons, an author remembers the flying ace who introduced her to the Spitfire Girls.
Enforcing immigration laws and holding people accountable for their actions is the American way. Or at least it should be.
Is the animal rights group killing those they're meant to save?
The far left is rallying to the fraudulent academic's side — again.
The Iranian president's rivals up the ante.
Republicans should be defending free markets and crying bloody murder over Geithner's bailout plans. Why aren't they?