Connect With the 2016 Republican Candidates

Guide to the Presidential Candidates Social Media and Campaign Pages  Want to connect to some of the 2016 Republican candidates or learn more about their ideas? Here, we will compile a list of each campaign’s affiliated websites, political action committees, and social media accounts. We will also list the number of social media supporters each

Derek Hunter: The New Dictionary

 In the 1980s there was a TV show called “Not Necessarily The News” on HBO that featured something called “sniglets.” Although it’s probably a hate-crime to say the word “sniglet” out loud now and will get you accused of homophone-a-phobia, a sniglet is a word that should appear in the dictionary but doesn’t. Sniglets have

Handcuffed Woman Shot Dead by Black Cops

Don’t hold your breath for mass protests…  A woman was shot dead by cops while handcuffed in the back of a police car in Atlanta, with authorities dubiously claiming that she somehow managed to fire on the officers with her hands behind her back. However, both cops in question were black, so don’t expect there

Ken Blackwell: The Lying Game

Will the next presidential election be won by a lie?  Truth has long since been replaced by “narratives” on the American left. Rather than discuss genuine issues and objective facts, progressives prefer to make up a politically effective story. It doesn’t matter whether the story is false, as long as it sways the public’s emotions

George W. Bush Bikes 100K With Wounded Vets

Cortney O’Brien,   Former President George W. Bush doesn’t like to complain. How can he when he’s riding through sunny trails alongside some of our nation’s heroes? Number 43 kicked off the 5th annual Warrior 100K in Crawford, Texas, a three-day bike event held to recognize wounded warriors. Fox News’s Dr. Marc Spiegel caught up with

Baltimore prosecutor’s swift action, link to victim’s lawyer raise questions

 The Maryland prosecutor who brought charges Friday against six Baltimore police officers within hours of receiving a medical examiner’s report on the death of Freddie Gray is facing accusations that her swift action was over zealous and perhaps politically motivated. The Baltimore police union leader, Gene Ryan, made the most clear-cut accusations, after he raised