by Gary Lieberthal | Feb 6, 2019

The Democratic Party has a long history of promoting class warfare. Somehow if you are rich you acquired your wealth through nefarious means. If you are poor, it is because the rich took advantage of you. The other day, Ocasio-Cortez…

by Melissa Mackenzie | Feb 6, 2019

The State of the Union was a home run. Democrats will learn about something Republicans suffered through with Clinton: Triangulation. Jobs? Check. Rising wages? Check. Tugging heartstrings? Check. Masterful communication? Check. The libs at the networks struggled to get their…

by Johnny Kampis | Feb 5, 2019

The cable industry is attempting to end a shakedown by local franchising authorities trying to put onerous fees on them, which threatens to not only raise prices for consumers, but also stymie rural broadband development. Although the Cable Act of…

by Evan Maguire | Feb 2, 2019

Last Tuesday, The American Spectator’s Ben Stein pulled no punches while discussing socialism on Fox Business. Speaking on the results of socialism, particularly related to Venezuela, Stein eviscerated the Left’s notion that socialism will produce good results. His full remarks…

by Melissa Mackenzie | Feb 2, 2019

Dear Loyal Readers, Thank you for joining us on this chilly Super Bowl Weekend to stay up on politics and culture! Beginning last night, our heroic web site guru Josh Eberly and his team of crack developers have been transferring…

by Larry Thornberry | Feb 1, 2019

Our George Neumayr is right, of course, that the trajectory of leftist policy would eventually get us, in small but inevitable steps, to infanticide. We’re there. How long before we get to the point where a child has no right to…

by Daniel J. Flynn | Jan 31, 2019

Glenn Beck earlier this month broadcast an interview with me on Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco. We spent 99 minutes conversing, which represents the longest, most comprehensive interview on Cult City since…

by Daniel J. Flynn | Jan 31, 2019

Glenn Beck earlier this month broadcast an interview with me on Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco. We spent 99 minutes conversing, which represents the longest, most comprehensive interview on Cult City since…

by Cory Sprunger | Jan 25, 2019

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has extended the deadline to comment on its replacement for the “joint employer rule” for a third time now, to January 28th. That’s fine, insofar as it allows the agency to hear what people have to…

by Johnny Kampis | Jan 24, 2019

The Trump administration is expressing doubts that China will kowtow to its requests as part of its effort on a new comprehensive trade agreement. The Independent reported that officials are “pessimistic” that the trade deal being discussed will be enough…

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