Under the guise of “protecting women”, Nevada is poised to begin a War on Men. Our legislature and state government are currently controlled by Republicans. With all this principled, conservative thinking, you’d expect legislation that actually made sense without pandering to the emotional crowd.
Enter Assembly Bill 212, initially drafted to completely remove the statute of limitations on sexual assault reporting for adult victims, but which has now been modified to allow a 20 year limit for reporting sexual assault. If Governor Sandoval, (a possible GOP Vice President pick) signs it, it becomes law. Read all »
Over the weekend, however, when American Special Operations forces killed an Islamic state leader, CBS News White House Correspondent tweeted the weather as President Obama played the Andrews Air Force Base golf course: Read all »
In an article for the London Review of Books on Sunday, investigative journalist Seymour Hersh argues President Obama lied to Americans about Osama bin Laden’s 2011 assassination in Abottabad, Pakistan. Hersh claims Pakistani officials sold the US access to Osama bin Laden after his 2006 imprisonment in 2010 for $25 million and more room to act in Afghanistan.
Former acting CIA director Michael Morell said on Monday’s CBS This Morning that all of his supposed facts are incorrect. Read all »
Should Rolling Stone magazine choose our next president? Can the campaign of an underage rap star be taken seriously?
Rapper Waka Flocka, or Juaquin James Malphurs, announced his independent presidential candidacy via the music magazine earlier this week. He promoted overall liberal policies, which captured social media attention, though as many noted at 28 he doesn’t even meet the presidential age requirement of over 35. Read all »
Such is the life and email box of a conservative who dares to appear on left-wing cable shows. I’ve been doing it for over ten years, which bemuses my conservative listeners and amuses my liberal ones. And of course, nearly every MSNBC viewer hates me.
What happens when a guy tries to order a same-sex wedding cake from a Muslim bakery? Hilarity ensues and a national debate is suddenly turned on its head.
Due to a controversy over some states passing laws to protect religious freedoms, which allow private businesses to maintain their right of refusal to be involved in certain activities, like, say, baking a wedding cake for gays, LouderWithCrowder sent a film team undercover to order actual wedding cakes in Dearborn, MI to highlight how the law works in practice. Read all »