Conservative Women Should Be Protected From Online Threats Too

Prominent female conservatives who defy the status quo like Sarah Palin, Stacey Dash, and Michelle Malkin have long been on the receiving end of vicious online and on-air attacks and threats. They dare to challenge the victimhood mentality that people, … Continue reading

S’mores N’mores? USDA Recommends Less Desserty Dessert

It has come to my attention in the previous post’s comments that today is National Hamburger Day. As the self-appointed original Stinkinator, I am a bite cheesed at mysesame-seed bun for lettucing that onion slider patty me. What did I … Continue reading

Reminder: We Cannot Fall Asleep

On Memorial Day, law enforcement responded to anonymous phoned-in threats against at least ten US inbound and outbound flights, prompting the military in one case to scramble a pair of F-15 fighter jets to escort an Air France flight to … Continue reading

David Brooks Drops Some Immigration Hooey

Warning: lengthy rant ahead… Today, the New York Times has a column by “conservative” David Brooks titled “Talent Loves English” in which he writes about immigration. He started by mentioning the Magna Carta and “Anglo-Saxon” a couple of times. He … Continue reading

Memorial Day 2015

American Revolution (1775-1783) Battle Deaths 4,435 War of 1812 (1812-1815) Battle Deaths 2,260 Indian Wars (approx. 1817-1898) Battle Deaths (Est.) 1,000 Mexican-American War (1846-1848) Battle Deaths 1,733 Other Deaths (In Theater) 11,550 Civil War (1861-1865) Battle Deaths (Union) 140,414 Other … Continue reading

OKC GOP Conference Presidential Straw Poll Results Are In. The Winner Is…

Via the Hill: Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson won the presidential straw poll at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in Oklahoma City on Saturday, beating out Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Carson won 25.4 percent of the … Continue reading