Dems Working To Stop Ammo Purchases

From The Blaze: Thirty-one House Democrats have proposed legislation that would prevent people from buying ammunition online, and would instead require all purchases to be made in person — a change they admit is aimed at preventing people from buying “unlimited” ammunition over the Internet. The Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act, […]

Feminazism Avenged

UPDATE (5/13): I watched Age of Ultron last weekend, and after seeing the movie for myself, the feminists’ complaints about it seem even more ridiculous than they did before I’d seen it. **Spoiler Alert: I haven’t watched Age of Ultron yet, so I can’t spoil much, but there are a couple of […]

The True Value Of Consensus

It seems that every day, politicians, pundits, and activists find a dozen or so new phenomena to blame on “climate change.”  Everyone from MSNBC commentators to the President of the United States has gotten in on the climate change act, and climate change non-believers are deemed Neanderthalic simpletons, incapable of […]

Ready For Hillary

My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton officially announced her presidential campaign in one of the lamest campaign commercials of all time. Personally, I can understand why millions of Americans are ready for Hillary?to go away. But I’m confused as to […]

Anti-Indiana Insanity

The debate over Indiana’s RFRA law amounts to little more than a headache-inducing cacophony of meaningless noise.  As soon as the law was passed, the liberal media exploded with speculation over how this law would lead to widespread discrimination against homosexuals…even though there is no evidence to support that assertion. […]

Threatened Freedoms

My latest column is live at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: Here’s a question for all of the faithful AND Magazine readers out there: What, in your opinion, is the greatest threat to our freedoms? There are many, and they seem to be increasing almost daily, but I believe […]

What’s The Deal?

Despite the fact that the Obama administration has been working on a deal with Iran for some time now, all anyone outside of the administration seems to know about the deal is that it isn’t shaping up to end well for the U.S. or the rest of the Western World. About all […]

Keeping Hillary Straight

My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: Another day, another Clinton scandal. It is questionable whether the slimiest couple in American politics can ever be trusted to do anything honestly, and Hillary’s email scandal is no exception. It isn’t really a shock that Hillary used […]

The Not-So-Neutral Net

My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: In a matter of hours, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will be voting to implement unprecedented regulatory authority over the Internet. What started out as a debate over a simple law that would prevent Internet Service Providers from […]

The Battle Over DHS

My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: On February 27, funding for the Department of Homeland Security is set to expire, and once again, the blame-game is in full force in Washington. The House has passed a bill to fund all of DHS, with one […]