A small step in the right direction: less of your tax money to UNFPA

President Trump's State Department has told the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to get along without U.S. financial support. There are people who think this is a bad idea. I'm not one of them. Neither is Reggie Littlejohn. I met Reggie very briefly a couple of years ago, when we were speakers at a pro-life … Continue reading A small step in the right direction: less of your tax money to UNFPA

Strategic Success for the Organized Left

by baldilocks Right now, I’m re-reading Bryan Burrough’s Days of Rage. More accurately, I’m reading it to its end this time—not yet reached. It’s a history of Left Wing activist/terror era of the late 1960s and the 1970s, featuring these well-known players: Students for a Democratic Society, Weather Underground, the Black Panthers (old-school version) and … Continue reading Strategic Success for the Organized Left

Gorsuch and the plagiarism smear

First the WaPo looked for dirt on Mike Pence, and all they could come up with was that fifteen years ago - in 2002 - he said he won't have dinner alone with any woman other than his wife. Now BuzzFeed and Politico both are accusing SCOTUS nominee judge Neil Gorsuch of plagiarism. Politico says, Supreme Court … Continue reading Gorsuch and the plagiarism smear

Cernovich vs MSM: Drudge Clinton 2 or Tina Brown Newsweek 2

Journalism is about covering important stories. With a pillow, until they stop moving. — David Burge (@iowahawkblog) May 9, 2013 For me the most amazing thing about the Susan Rice story isn't CNN using an Obama staffer as their go to guy on the story,  nor the media's attempt to spin the story as nothing,  or … Continue reading Cernovich vs MSM: Drudge Clinton 2 or Tina Brown Newsweek 2