Who is smarter, liberals or conservatives? Take a gander at this list of two-brain-cell wonders, and make up your own mind. Or, if you're a liberal, you can just tell us how you feel.
Former plug-in advocate and General Motors engineer Ozzie Zehner once built his own hybrid car that could run on electricity or natural gas. And he was convinced, he writes, that cars such as his “would help reduce both pollution and fossil-fuel dependence.” But he now says, “I was wrong.”
It is now known that the Department of Justice sent operatives to Florida in the wake of the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin shooting incident. But while their stated mission was one of “impartial mediation practices and conflict resolution,” a watchdog group claims to have found evidence of a far more sinister motive.
Obama insists on trying to force religious employers to fund contraception for their employees, despite the fact that offering such individuals an exemption would cost him nothing politically and would accord with the American tradition of respecting deeply held religious convictions.
Perhaps I’m just a “creepy-a** cracka’ ” who doesn’t get it. But it always seems that when it comes to standards, the Left gives you two for the price of one.
According to a recent study, life on Earth will suffer a carbon-dioxide-related extinction. But contrary to popular-culture belief, the problem is not that man is spewing too much of the gas into the atmosphere. It's that we will have too little of it.
This past weekend's homosexual "Pride" parades were once again marked by nudity and lewd displays of sexuality, usually in violation of local decency laws that would be enforced on any other group. This can cause many critics to ask: While the homosexual movement purports to be concerned with equality, is it really about making some Americans more equal than others?
While our politicians consider granting amnesty to millions of law-breaking foreigners, an American teenager has been sitting in jail since March for making an innocent joke.
It isn’t always true that “united we stand.” United in the wrong things we can fall, and sometimes, for some to stand on principle, we must stand divided.