Limbaugh: GOP Wants to Lose With Cruz

More this year than any other, conservative legend Rush Limbaugh has studiously avoided picking a favorite in the Republican primaries. While Limbaugh has made no secret of how much he admires Texas Senator Ted Cruz ideologically, he has devoted much of the last year to defending Donald Trump. The way Limbaugh sees it, one of these men will likely be ...

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Bloomberg Slams Both Parties for “Demagoguery”

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has made a career out of switching political affiliations when he deems it personally advantageous, gave students at the University of Michigan some insight into his ideology in his commencement speech this weekend. In doing so, he slammed everything from safe spaces to timid politicians to political demagogues. After telling the graduates ...

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Trump Threatens the Washington Watering Hole

Shhh. We’re approaching the herd. At this unusual fork in the Washington Wilderness, we can finally observe donkeys and elephants drinking from the same watering hole. For years, Americans labored under the myth that these two animals were fiercely hostile towards one another. That we could restore the Wilderness to greatness if only we could get them to work together. ...

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Hollywood Vs. Guns: This Time, It’s Personal

In a world…where posh Hollywood celebrities feel they haven’t done enough to push their liberal values on mainstream America…a few brave elitists are joining forces with a few other brave elitists…to turn a dumb, violent citizenry away from guns… Put away the popcorn, this isn’t a movie. According to a new article in Variety, Hollywood stars, producers, and studios are ...

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KKK Leader: “Clinton is Our Choice”

As Donald Trump discovered a couple of months ago, there are some endorsements you’re better off without. When former Ku Klux Klan bigwig David Duke announced his support for Trump, the Republican frontrunner nearly watched his campaign run off the rails. Of course, with the mainstream media characterizing him as a racist already, the taint of support from a white ...

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Will Carly Fiorina be Cruz’s Vice President?

Carly Fiorina became a household name last fall as the only woman running for the Republican nomination. With attacks on Hillary Clinton that seemed just a bit more piercing than the ones coming from the rest of the GOP field, debate performances that spoke to her knowledge and preparation, and a highly-publicized spat with Donald Trump, Fiorina briefly seemed like ...

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Dictionary Adds LGBT-Agenda Words to Official Lexicon

Every year, the English-speaking world turns to Merriam-Webster to see which slang words the dictionary will make permanently obsolete by adding them to the official lexicon. This year, however, the foremost authorities on language went beyond the latest internet memes and added several words that have, up until lately, only been used in the world of academic gender theory. “Cisgender,” ...

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Atheist Group Bakes Fetus Cookies to Promote Abortion

In a sick attempt at humor, the North Georgia Skeptics Society Рan atheist group on the University of North Georgia campus Рheld a pro-abortion rally the featured cookies baked into fetus shapes last week, angering pro-life students who were appalled at the display. “Personally, I cannot imagine why one of your members felt it a decent or clever ...

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Sheriff to Hillary: Your Black Pandering is “Embarrassing”

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, one of the most prominent African-American conservatives in the country thanks to his frequent appearances on Fox News, lambasted Hillary Clinton this week for pandering to black voters. In a memorable interview with Fox & Friends Wednesday, Sheriff Clarke said Clinton had gone too far with her hot sauce remarks on a radio show last ...

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Rand Paul Fighting Back Against Obama’s Gun Control

President Obama, who has repeatedly said that he regards his stunted efforts on gun control the biggest failure of his presidency, unleashed a series of executive orders in January aimed at correcting his self-perceived shortcomings. In doing so, however, he alarmed millions of Americans who saw the actions as part of a larger effort to minimize the protections of the ...

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