If you were as stunned as we were over Sunday’s deadly biker gang shootout in Waco, Texas, perhaps you’ll be even more blown away by the dispute’s cause: a simple patch worn on each member’s jacket.
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity and Greta Van Susteren interviewed the former leader of one of the gangs, as well as an undercover agent who once went undercover inside their ranks. Their stories are incredible:
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 »
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 »
Just how did the New York Times miss a Twitter backlash against Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart’s replacement for the Daily show?
While the paper lauded Trevor Noah’s takeover of the Daily Show from Jon Stewart as a positive sign of foreign comedy entering the US, many elsewhere had found previous posts on his Twitter account less than desirable. Read all »
When Al Sharpton begins to devote entire hours to “lumbersexuals”, then we’ll know big changes are afoot at MSNBC, but for now, we can only wonder what might have inspired its strange new crusade against selfie sticks, of all things.
Is it part of a desperate grab for the millennial audience? Could it be tied to the return of NBC executive Andrew Lack, who may have been hired to clean up the ratings mess that is today’s MSNBC? Read all »