Daniel J. Flynn

Daniel J. Flynn, the author of The War on Football: Saving America’s Game, edits Breitbart Sports.


Speaking Truth to Power Becomes Sucking Up to Power


Despite a past Democratic nominee inventing the internet, the current party standard bearer struggles terribly with gizmos, gadgets, and other doohickeys associated with interweb technology. Hackers CC the emails of since-removed DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, and current DNC chair Donna Brazile to, well, everyone. But Hillary Clinton wants us […]

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Former U.S. Attorney: Agents See FBI Chief Comey as a ‘Dirty Cop’


James Comey presides over an FBI in revolt over his leadership, a former U.S. attorney tells The American Spectator, and pursues “paranoid, delusional, and vindictive” measures to prevent negative information leaking out to the public. “I know that inside the FBI there is a revolt,” Joseph diGenova tells The American Spectator. “There is a revolt […]

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Send in the Clowns


The monsters clowns are due on Maple Street. Tucson braces for a Clown Lives Matter march a week from Saturday. Organizers call the demonstration “a peaceful way to show clowns are not psycho killers.” Sure, John Wayne Gacy painted his face on occasion. But a preponderance of clowns do not prey on people for amusement. […]

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Hillary, They Have Names


“Donald, she has a name,” Hillary Clinton announced at Monday’s presidential debate. “Her name is Alicia Machado. And she has become a U.S. citizen and you can bet she is going to vote this November.” Hillary, they have many names. Their names are Juanita Broaddrick, Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Eileen Wellstone, Sally Perdue, […]

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The Madness of Crowds


Charlotte, a queen who witnessed the decline of her husband into insanity, now watches the city bearing her name descend into madness. A policeman shooting a local citizen sparked the turmoil. We watch the repackaged rerun even though it played past limited engagements in Dallas, Ferguson, Baltimore, and points beyond to negative reviews. The Queen […]

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The Truth and the Donald Catch Up to Hillary


Hillary Clinton affirmed a serious illness this week. It wasn’t bacterial pneumonia. Bill Safire diagnosed the disease twenty years ago when he evaluated Hillary Clinton as a “congenital liar.” After dismissing reports of her ill health as conspiracy theories for much of the summer, the Clinton campaign described the candidate as “overheated” after leaving a […]

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One in four Americans confesses to not reading a book in the last year. That’s up from one in five in the Pew survey taken just five years ago. In a Gallup poll from 1978, a year that began with Ted Nugent autographing an arm with a Bowie knife at a fan’s request and ended […]

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Conservative Crackup Redux


The Culture War ended. We lost. The primary lesson gleaned from the defeat, as well as from the Right’s white flags thrown up against the onslaught of big government, directs conservatives to pick fights with other conservatives rather than liberals. They’re easier to beat. Jonah Goldberg this week called for the excommunication of the Alt-Right […]

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The Standard Bearer of Bull Connor’s Party Calls Trump Racist


A Hillary Clinton campaign video featuring Confederate flags and goobers in white sheets ominously informs, “If Trump wins, they could be running the country.” Mike Tyson didn’t bite Evander Holyfield’s ears because the knockout artist felt he was winning. Such flouting of the Marquess of Queensberry rules of politics (a much rougher sport than boxing) […]

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Shhh! Big Sister Is Listening


The thesaurus, the much-maligned tool of dimwit strivers, enjoys a resurgence at Princeton of all places. The Ivy League school’s human resources department issued guidelines that exclude words relating, even obtusely, to males from job postings aimed to “reflect the inclusive culture and policies at Princeton University.” The school does not yet flag “African American,” […]

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