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Liberals like to pretend there is no liberal bias in the major media and enjoy mocking Conservatives who talk about this violation of journalistic principles. This column illustrates two recent outrageous examples of deceitful liberal “reporting.” First, the most common form of liberal propaganda, wherein the intelligent content of a conservative interview subject is ignored […]

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Making Sense by Michael Reagan Nearly 5,000 of our fine men and women died in Iraq. Who’s going to explain Iraq to their loved ones now? Who’s going to explain why, if it was so important that we had to go to Iraq in 2003, we just walked away? Iraq is back in our living […]

This is an excerpt from Tom Purcell’s new book, “Comical Sense: A Lone Humorist Takes on a World Gone Nutty!” available now at Amazon.com. “Who the heck cares about a bunch of guys playing footsie with a little ball?” “Ah, you speak of the World Cup. The fact is billions care. It’s the most-watched sporting event in […]

Independent’s Eye by Joe GandelmanWither Iraq?That’s actually a two-pronged question. First, where will Iraq wind up when it completes its latest, chaotic chapter? Second, will Iraq’s next incarnation be as a cohesive nation-state, or will it literally wither and splinter into two (or more) parts? There are many points and twists to ponder as Iraq […]

At their convention, Texas Republicans compared immigrants to terrorists, claimed therapy can cure homosexuality, and insisted that the only thing a rape survivor has the right to choose is to stay home and raise her child. A zombie hunting for brains would have starved in Fort Worth, but the dumbest thing to come out of […]

Independent’s Eye by Joe Gandelman Wither Iraq? That’s actually a two-pronged question. First, where will Iraq wind up when it completes its latest, chaotic chapter? Second, will Iraq’s next incarnation be as a cohesive nation-state, or will it literally wither and splinter into two (or more) parts? There are many points and twists to ponder […]

Tyrades! By Danny Tyree According to the Washington Post, nationwide enrollment in the Army’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) has declined more than 16 percent in the past two school years. The ROTC trains and commissions more than six of every 10 new Army officers each year, so this is a matter of grave concern. […]

As The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) marches ever closer to Baghdad, President Obama hems and haws about what to do as Iraq burns.  It is like a bad Hollywood sequel, we saw this play out in Syria last summer and the net effect is that the ISIS was able to train and […]

President Obama deceptively likes to describe the thousands of minors, some with their mothers, flooding over the Southwest border as a “humanitarian crisis.” Obama’s convenient labeling takes the heat off him for his administration’s years of immigration law neglect. In reality, what’s happening on the border is the predictable outcome of the president’s world-welcoming policies […]