In the 2nd installment of a series grading President Barack Obama’s time in office Adam Graham looks at his national security record and conduct in office.
Adam Graham: The fate of the Confederate flag should be up to people who actually live in the South and decided through real debate and civil discussion.
Dr. Ben Carson gave one of the best statements I’ve seen related to the Charleston Shooting, and President Barack Obama could learn from him
Shane Vander Hart: It’s easy to jump to conclusions about the McKinney, Texas pool party incident with police, but we simply don’t know all of the facts.
At the Democratic National Convention in 2004, Barack Obama made a speech in which he cast himself as man with a post-racial view of America. What happened?
When it comes to Ferguson, New York City and events like them can we drop the race narrative and examine the multiple issues that factor into this discussion?
…sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. And a couple of news stories occurring this week are proving that nearly true. Pope Francis, fresh off granting plenary indulgences to 1,000s of young people just for showing up to one of his gigs (sorry, Martin Luther, all that work for nothing, I guess) and for […]
Watching the Paula Deen controversy in the news the last few days has been a painful experience. There she is begging for forgiveness on You Tube. There is Matt Lauer asking her if she is a racist, and asking if her apology is all about damage control for her business interests. And then there are […]
Eric Dondero, a former high-level aide to Ron Paul, has taken a wrecking-ball to Paul’s presidential campaign with accusations that, if true, may leave only Paul and his sycophantic band of anarchists, conspiracy theorists and pacifists left still clinging to the rubble. It should be said at the outset that Dondero challenged Paul for his […]
What do Jews, blacks, an advertising reviewer, New Yorkers in general, President Lyndon Baines Johnson, Denny Hastert, John Kerry, opponents of the Iraq War, and conservatives all have in common with Sarah Palin? They have all been victims of blood libel. Some Jewish groups and leaders lambasted Sarah Palin when she accused of “blood libel” […]
Glenn Beck hopes to make history. He is convinced his Restoring Honor rally, planned for August 28th, will cause shockwaves unfelt in the country since the mid 1750s, the time of the Great Awakening. As I pointed out in an earlier post, Beck is fond of preacher George Whitefield, though I think a strong case […]
By Sarah Palin I am saddened by the NAACP’s claim that patriotic Americans who stand up for the United States of America’s Constitutional rights are somehow “racists.” The charge that Tea Party Americans judge people by the color of their skin is false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to change the subject […]
1. “On Victimization as Racism” by Collin Brendemuehl It comes in multiple forms. It comes on all sorts of colors (pun not intended). And sometimes it hides against the wallpaper and is difficult to discern. But it is there and it haunts humanity like the Predator hunted down Arnold. It is racism. Caleb Rosado notes […]
1. 2009 Ten Best & Worst States on abortion, bioethics and end-of-life concerns. (HT: Reasoned Audacity) 2. New name for the Stimulus Porkulus plan coined by Mike Huckabee this weekend on his show on Fox News. If I find video of this I’ll post it. Congressional Relief Action Plan. Tell Congress that we aren’t going […]