Just when you think that raging feminist pestilence could not get any worse, FCKH8.com turns around and sinks to a new kind of stupid. Oh, yes. The new ridiculousness that is FCKH8 has brought children into the arena now. (You know the little human beings that “activists” want others to pay to abort.) FCKH8 and their feminist sidekicks thought it would be so clever to have children around the age of nine scream F-bombs, and other colorful language, at a camera over and over again in the name of taking women more seriously. (Because nothing says “I am woman, hear me roar” like a child screaming profanities at you for two and half minutes.)Read more
Colorado’s Democrat state legislator has pushed some of the most sweeping anti 2nd amendment laws in the nation.
The controversial 2013 measures prompted 55 of Colorado’s 62 elected sheriffs to file a federal law suit against their own state, citing the new gun control mandates unconstitutional. These laws are so unpopular, their passing led to the prompt ousting of two Democratic state senators.
It really shouldn't come as a surprise that Colorado Governor Hickenlooper, who just scored a grade of “F” by the libertarian CATO Institute on fiscal policies from a limited-government perspective, has been such a staunch opponent against our right to bear arms.
An interesting turn of events is happening in Colorado. Not only is Senatorial Candidate Cory Gardner beginning to hold a respectable lead in the polls, but the push-back against embattled Sen. Mark Udall’s one-issued, “War On Women” campaign is, in many ways, taking center-stage.
The Denver Post recently endorsed Udall’s Republican opponent, and summed it up perfectly,
“Rather than run on his record, Udall’s campaign has devoted a shocking amount of energy and money trying to convince voters that Gardner seeks to outlaw birth control despite the congressman’s call for the over-the-counter sales of contraceptives. Udall is trying to frighten voters rather than inspire them with a hopeful vision. His obnoxious one-issue campaign is an insult to those he seeks to convince.”
It looks like Udall’s fear mongering strategy is falling flat. More than that, it could be backfiring. Big time.Read more
This morning, I read an article written by someone I consider a friend. It was in regards to the Senate race in Georgia and after reading it, I was a little disappointed. Let me be clear, I am not disappointed because I disagree with her statements. I am disappointed that there seem to be a few things missing in the assessment.
First, there are more than two candidates running for US Senate in Georgia. We do have a third candidate, Libertarian Amanda Swafford. But I did not see her name anywhere in the article, and feel it does a disservice to those interested in all candidates.Read more
Recently the Argentine President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, remarked to the press that the United States was out to kill her. This past summer, Iraq began a decent into anarchy as ISIS gained more control in the region. West Africa continues to experience an epidemic of tremendous proportions as Ebola rages on, and is spreading to the United States and Europe. Thousands are protesting in the streets of Hong Kong, begging for more democratic processes as the Chinese government continues pursuing communist policies. Where is America amidst all these international issues?
America is in the backseat.
One need not have an interventionist philosophy to understand that world events impact the home front.Read more