Democratic women have lost their ever-loving minds. For all their hootin’and hollerin’ about fundamental women’s rights, feminism (or what they think is feminism) and all the other knee-jerk niceties leftists are required to . . .
In a era where technology is used to incriminate otherwise law abiding citizens, one man is using it to protect the second amendment. The Gun Free Zone App allows users to see which businesses are . . .
Dustin Stockton, general anti-establishment rabble rouser and organizer of The Day of Resistance rallies last month, posted something interesting on his public Facebook page last night: We have a better idea for . . .
Well, it looks like we’re finally going to have a substantive immigration discussion. Unfortunately, immigration is one of many issues the right always handles poorly. Whether it’s lack of information, general ignorance . . .
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas is at it again. Continuing their Earth Supply and Renewal investigation, the latest sting targets the SEIU. Project Veritas explains: The “you scratch my back, I scratch your . . .
Some things never die, including the Law of the Sea Treaty. Negotiated in the 70s, LOST is back and according the Obama administration, more essential than ever. Heritage writes: The Obama Administration . . .
Who would’ve thought The Nuge would expose what appears to be a disconnect between the Democratic party and President Obama? The National Rifle Association’s national conference was held in St. Luis last . . .
The RNC’s latest ad highlights Obama’s history of excuses. Take a look: Rather than acknowledge their failed policies, the Obama administration blames everything from ATMs to Tsunamis. And while Mr. Obama continues . . .
***UPDATED: More context shows no support for individual mandate*** As the primary drags on, the Conservative purity tests get more and more ridiculous. Truth is, none of the candidates are Conservative, they’re . . .
“Compromise” has turned in to a dirty word for many Republicans. Following the last debt ceiling battle and the resultant negotiations, two distinct factions emerged within the GOP: those whose mantra was . . .