Selwyn Duke

Protesters who called for the death of cops just over a week ago have now, sadly, gotten their wish: Two NYC police officers were shot dead Saturday — execution style — in what the killer described as an act of “revenge” for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.

“We’ve got a lot of constitutionalists and a lot of people that stockpile weapons.” So said a Washington state sheriff's deputy, explaining why his department needed military-grade equipment.

While everyone is focusing on the North Koreans' alleged hacking of Sony, overlooked is that the real censors of American movies are the Chinese.

From an elementary school that had second-graders protest the Ferguson grand-jury decision to law schools that diminish the rule of law, truth is taking a back seat to race in America's institutions of learning.

 It was a reporter’s dream story and every young man’s dream: A New York City schoolboy made $72 million trading stocks during his lunch breaks. But it turned out it was a false story, a reporter’s nightmare, and another bad break for the media, whose reputation was already reeling from the University of Virginia rape fiction.

 

In a baker’s dozen of discrimination, a Christian went to 13 pro-homosexual bakeries and requested a cake with a Christian message — and was refused service every time.

 

The women were granted “abortions" — but they weren’t really pregnant. And now the abortionist some call the Kermit Gosnell of Oklahoma may finally be out of business.

The "man-hating media" makes fairness and justice for those accused of rape virtually impossible.

ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber is infamous for talking about voters' "stupidity." Now he has added to his résumé by, say critics, revealing himself as a cost-benefit-analysis abortionist — and, perhaps, an advocate for euthanasia.

 

A House committee has discovered e-mails showing that officials at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — working closely with Eric Holder's DOJ — schemed to destroy lawful businesses they found morally objectionable.