NPR asks if one-child policy, gendercide are good for Chinese women

June 3, 2013 – Seeing hundreds of millions of forced abortions, pandemic cultural misogyny, and high female suicide rates, NPR wonders if the one-child policy and sex-selective abortion aren't a huge step forward for feminism. While writing this story last week, on the fact that the scarcity of women means that getting married now costs Chinese men 10 years' income, I came across a “news” … [Read more...]

Obama Lies About Stealth Amnesty, TSA Cancer; Media Bash Bachmann

Before the invention of movable type, newspapers created a tablet for each page they wished to print and broke it at the end of the day. If the media wanted to conserve resources, they could simply fuse the words "The Obama administration lied" to the opening line of each day's edition and fill in the blank appropriately. This week alone, the press exposed Obama administration lies -- in some … [Read more...]

A Congressman is On Board: Impeach Obama Over DOMA

A sitting Congressman has endorsed the call to impeach President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder. Rep. Trent Franks, R-AZ, told Scott Keyes of he would "absolutely" support impeachment if enough fellow Congressmen would support him. The left-wing blog posted an interview it filmed of the four-term Congressman at the Tea Party Patriots Policy Summit in Phoenix, in … [Read more...]

Harry Reid is Right!

I never thought I would write these lines, especially one day after a blowout Republican election, but Harry Reid is right. In my opinion, Reid is one of the worst senators in D.C., and Sharron Angle is the Senate candidate I most regret not seeing elected last night. (Tom Tancredo was the top gubernatorial candidate.) Harry’s views, goals, and methodology could hardly be more wrong. But he … [Read more...]

Govt To Investigate Obama’s Big Labor Bailout

Barack Obama is facing yet another well-deserved corruption investigation. Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general who oversees federal bailouts, has announced he will look into what the New York Times calls “a lingering mystery”: why the government fully funded the pensions of union workers at Delphi following Obama’s hostile takeover of General Motors, while the government simultaneously … [Read more...]

Kagan’s Heroes

Note:  It’s worth comparing this article with Sen. Jon Kyl’s opening statement in Kagan’s confirmation hearings, which seems to have drawn on the same sources -- or used this article as an uncredited source. It's reassuring that I was on the same wavelength as Kyl. This article is part two of a series on Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan. To read part one, (“Elena Kagan and Social Issues”) click … [Read more...]

Two Congressmen I’ll Miss

In the aftermath of the presidential election, two significant Congressional races have gone unnoticed. Last Tuesday, America lost two representatives who have served their districts and their nation honorably: Charlie Stenholm of Texas and Phil Crane of Illinois. Rep. Charlie Stenholm, D-TX, earned a reputation as one of his party's most responsible moderates. Representing the interests … [Read more...]

Editorial: Yale vs. the Military…Again

Yale Law School has once again placed leftist politics above national security. This time, Hillary Clinton’s alma mater has sued Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to bar military recruiters from campus. Yale’s decree of non-discrimination against gays and lesbians conflicts with Bill Clinton’s bankrupt “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, and Yale would dearly love to ban all military recruiters … [Read more...]