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Judith Miller Dismantles Jon Stewart; Stewart Declared Winner

Judith Miller vs Jon Stewart

I was perusing Twitter late last night when I couldn’t help but notice that the name “Judith Miller” was trending. I knew that the former New York Times journalist was promoting a new book about her coverage (from over a decade ago) of the build-up to the Iraq War, but I was surprised that she…

A Bernie Sanders Candidacy Would Be Great for Republicans

bernie

If the reports we’ve been hearing this week are correct, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders will soon be announcing his candidacy for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. This would pit the 74-year-old, self-proclaimed socialist from Vermont up against a highly favored Hillary Clinton, who most believed would go virtually unchallenged by her party in her¬†ascension to…

The Clowns at the Helm of Climate Change Advocacy

leo

I have an Earth Day question for you: Which of these people is more helpful to our planet’s environment? A) A skeptic of man-made climate change whose lifestyle leaves a relatively small carbon footprint. B) An environmental activist who travels all over the world on private jets, luxury yachts, and limousines to stand in front…

A Hairy Issue for the GOP Presidential Candidates

paul

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been watching presidential candidates jump into the 2016 race, and have listened to them make visionary speeches about why they want to be the leader of the free world. For people like me, who follow politics closely, these speeches have been fascinating for their messaging. They’ve hinted at the…

Conservatives Serve Social Justice to Memories Pizza

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Social justice is a concept we typically identify with the liberal ideology. The belief held by many progressives is that you’re a victim of societal unfairness in America if you were born outside of this country’s traditional white male power structure. People without that privilege face less opportunity and more discrimination, thus society owes them…