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Domestic ISIS Arrests Show We Really Are Hated for Our Freedoms

Suspects had a future ahead of them, chose fight against freedom instead.

For Now, America Still Safe From Lynch Confirmation Vote, But ‘Progress’ Made

Bonus: the delay is upsetting Harry Reid


USS Theodore Roosevelt May Intercept Iranian Convoy Headed for Yemen

Pentagon publicly denies intercept role for the aircraft carrier.

Graham 91 Percent Sure He’s Running for President

On Rand Paul and terrorism: “He wants to fight a crime. I’m fighting a war. Big difference.”

Remembering Mark Harding, the man “sentenced to Islam” before 9/11

Convicted of “hate speech” for criticizing Islam, the Christian pastor’s health was never the same.

SCOTUS Will Not Weigh In on Fish Pedicure Ban

by Liz Sheld

De gustibus non est disputandum.

New ISIS Video Shows Mass Executions of Christians in Libya

by The Tatler

Christians must either convert to Islam or pay the jizya tax.

Diversity, Shmaversity: Geriatric White People Form Core of Democrat Presidential Field

by Michael Walsh

Clinton, Warren, Sanders, Biden: welcome to the old folks’ rest home.

Why Does Obama Want to Kill the Warthog?

by Michael Walsh

Could it be because Islam fears it so?

30 Ethiopian Christians Executed by Islamic State

Another horrific “statement” from IS.

Iranian Ship Convoy Heads for Yemen

Will Iran try to run the Saudi blockade?

Mother of Mercy, Is This the End of the Golden State?

by Michael Walsh

“Essentially the state could build enough desalinization facilities, and the energy plants to run them, for less money than Brown wants to spend on his high-speed choo-choo to nowhere.”

This Outrageous Story Shows Why Marijuana Must Be Legalized in All 50 States

by Michael van der Galien

End the war on cannabis. Now.

Not-So-Earth-Friendly Crowd Leaves Big Trash Mess Behind After Earth Day Concert

by Debra Heine

Thousands of environmentally conscious citizens converged on the National Mall on Saturday to be part of the Global Citizen Earth Day rally and concert. Performers like Mary J. Blige, Usher, and No Doubt performed to the crowd  to highlight global poverty and climate change. Via USA Today: Earth Day Network President Kathleen Rogers said eliminating poverty will […]

Celebrate ‘Diversity’ by Having Girls Wear Muslim Head Scarf?

But the principal meant well so it’s OK.

Yee-Hah: Open Carry Coming to Texas

by Michael Walsh

“Historic” progress on gun rights in Texas.

‘Fundamental Transformation’ Taking America Down a Peg Economically

by Michael Walsh

We’re no longer No. 1 – not that that’s a bad thing.

ISIS Claims Car Bomb at U.S. Embassy in Kurdistan

Harf: “I think that Iraq remains a dangerous place. Many parts of it do.”

Michigan Lawmakers Want Homeschooled Children Registered Like Dogs and Inspected by Social Workers

Mandatory government surveillance.

How Do You Even...? Man Faked Kidnapping by Tying Himself to Tree

This case reads like an Encyclopedia Brown mystery.

Of Lawfare and Battering Rams

An incredible, frightening story about the “John Doe” investigations in Wisconsin.

It's 420 Day: Support for Legal Marijuana Reaches All-Time High

by Liz Sheld

All-time high…get it?

'It's Not a Fad, So Don't Get Mad': The ISIS 'Jihadi Wives' Poem

“Preparing our cubs for your slaughter… The next to come might be your daughter.”

Webb on Iran: Nuke Deal Is a Treaty, So Congress Must 'Really Scrub' It

On potential Hillary challenge: “I’m never going to have a consultant whispering whether I ought to go to Wal-Mart or not.”

FBI Chief Likens Poles to Nazis, Hears About It Pronto

by Michael Walsh

Might want to check your history books on that one, Jimbo.

Is Reid's Fall Making Life Easier in the Senate for Manchin?

“His leadership and the things he thought would work did not,” says moderate Dem.

State Legislator: We Need to Defeat ISIS Before You Can Buy Beer on Sunday

Because the march toward freedom must remain single-file.

Rand Paul Sounds Like a Democrat Criticizing GOP Rivals' Foreign Policy

Gross exaggeration and hyperbole when describing his opponents’ policies.

The Senate's Red Line: No Immediate Sanctions Relief as Demanded by Iran

“Members of the Senate understand that this is the most consequential vote we will ever take…”

On 'Immigration,' Lawless President Heading for Fresh Defeat in Fifth Circuit

by Michael Walsh

“A federal appeals court signaled Friday that it is unlikely to allow President Barack Obama’s request to go ahead with a new round of relief for illegal immigrants.”

Washington Is Hollywood for Ugly People: Menendez, Melgen and the Babes

by Michael Walsh

Senator Menendez is, of course, a Democrat.

Shroud of Turin Goes on Display Tomorrow

Is it the image of Jesus Christ or a Medieval forgery?

Last Two Doolittle Raiders Honored on Anniversary

Only two men are left alive from the 80 airmen and pilots who took off from the deck of the USS Hornet on April 18, 1942, and set out to send Japan a message that the U.S. would stop at nothing to win the war begun by Japan a few months earlier. Retired Lt. Col. […]

The Fall of Ramadi Would Upend US Iraq Policy

The goal of political reconciliation would suffer a big setback.

LAUSD Finds That $1.3 Billion iPad Program Was Largely a Bust

Like putting an expensive band-aid on a severed artery.