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“Offensive” Hobby Lobby Decoration Goes Viral for Being Problematic

Pictured: People entering their local Hobby Lobby, which currently has a Problematics on sale for 50% off. A decoration that has been on Hobby Lobby’s shelves for as long as I can remember has gone viral after a post on the store’s Facebook Page went viral. As you can tell from the

Trump: This Stupid President Should Have Issued a Better Travel Ban

Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to complain about the U.S. President’s travel ban, which Trump said doesn’t go far enough. The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific-but stupidly, that would not be politically correct! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 15, 2017 If

Everytown To Throw $1 Million Into Virginia Elections

Everytown For Gun Safety sees the state of Virginia in play. That’s why they’re dedicating a pile of money to support anti-gun Democrats to top positions in the state in an effort to counter efforts by the National Rifle Association there. Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund, the campaign arm of

Poll Finds Half Of America Fears Government Overreach On Guns

While the lack of gun sales has been termed the “Trump Slump” due to the argument that people aren’t buying guns because they’re not worried about losing them, a recent poll may cause us to question just that. It seems that many Americans fear a government overreach on guns. Half,

Trump Administration Intervenes In the Supreme Court Masterpiece Cakeshop Case

Figurines are depicted in an embrace as part of the wedding cake display at Masterpiece Cakeshop, in Denver, Thursday, June 6, 2013. A gay couple is pursuing a discrimination complaint against the Colorado bakery, saying the business refused them a wedding cake for a family reception because they are a

10 Dumbest Gun Control Laws That Need To Be Repealed Right Away

Gun grabbers will try anything to limit our constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. While we appear to be taking back ground lost in previous decades–usually with data to prove that new laws have done nothing to make us any safer–there are a handful of laws in place

21 States Band Together In Calling For Review Of This State’s Anti-Gun Law

One of the amusing things about the United States, at least to me, is how different various states can be. While we may all watch the same movies or television shows, Texas has a very different culture than California and Massachusetts has a very different one than Georgia. One example

Why ‘A Case For Gun Control’ Isn’t

Gun control advocates will never stop, and it’s easy to understand why. After all, if they really believe guns are a problem, why would they? I honestly believe that 200 years from now, we’ll have people arguing over how the Constitution was never intended to cover plasma rifles in the

DC Wants To Takes Its Chance Before SCOTUS On This Second Amendment Issue

While the Supreme Court may have passed on one case dealing with “may issue” permitting laws, it looks like the District of Columbia will be giving them another shot to hear such a case. It seems that the D.C. attorney general didn’t like an appeals court decision that smacked down

Alas, Janet Yellen Isn’t Supergirl

The populism that fueled the rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders came from the perception that the federal government responded like Superman when it saved Wall Street and Clark Kent when it came to helping everybody else. While these emergency measures helped to stabilize the financial system, they also slowed

NRA Expresses Disappointment Over Refused Case But Offers Praise For Justice Gorsuch

The National Rifle Association took to its website Wednesday to express its disappointment that the Supreme Court refused to hear a case that had wide-ranging ramifications on the Second Amendment. In particular, the right of an individual to carry a firearm outside their home. However, the nation’s oldest civil rights

Second Amendment Foundation Weighs In On SCOTUS Assault Weapon Case

No matter how many times we show that assault weapons bans are useless, gun control nuts keep trying to push them through. Now the matter is sitting before the Supreme Court of the United States, which should settle the matter once and for all. In particular, the idea of banning an

Unless Clarence Thomas takes a knee while wearing a Castro t-shirt…

**Written by Doug Powers …He apparently won’t be worthy of this level of recognition: So far Clarence Thomas has not been deemed worthy of inclusion in the museum: Artifacts from former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protests will reportedly soon be on display at the Black Lives Matter collection at

Never Let an Opioid Crisis Go to Waste

When the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis advised the President to declare a national emergency to deal with the overdose epidemic, HHS Secretary Tom Price wisely suggested that this step wouldn’t be particularly useful: “[T]he opioid crisis at this point can be addressed without the declaration

You Can Always Tell a Harvard Man…

Harvard University, racing ahead of America to its demographic future, admits, for the first time in its history, a majority-minority class. Some minority groups cheer the means by which Harvard achieved this louder than others. A group of Asians filed suit, in litigation described this week by the New York Times

Where Would We Stand Without Heller?

Sponsored by NRA-ILA When the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia struck down the District’s “good-reason” requirement for concealed carry, it begged the question once more: Where would we be without Heller? District of Columbia v. Heller (2008) was the seminal Supreme Court decision that reaffirmed that the right to keep

Hillary Clinton’s Memoir Will Be an Unapologetic Roast of Patriarchal Politics

For many female supporters of former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, it seemed like more was riding on her victory than matters of policy. Climate change, reproductive rights, health care, the Supreme Court — so much was on the table, but there should be no shame in acknowledging that the symbolic

Civil Asset Forfeiture: Where Due Process Goes to Die

Police can take your money or property and keep it, even if no charges are filed. Clarence Thomas is famously taciturn on the bench. But his few words carry a great deal of weight. Though the matter has not yet come before the Supreme Court, Justice Thomas is very much

Supreme Court Asked to Review Maryland’s Gun Ban

Sponsored by NRA-ILA Fairfax, Va.— A group of Maryland citizens, with the support of the National Rifle Association, filed a petition to the United States Supreme Court on Friday seeking to reverse a Court of Appeals ruling that stripped some of America’s most popular rifles of Second Amendment protection. The 4th Circuit ruling in the case

How Delta Airlines Wrecked American Health Care

I think I’ve found the core problem with health care in America. And guess what? It involves Delta Airlines! A few weeks ago, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow was going on and on about a “single insurance provider” that pays for 49 percent of all births, as well as full health care costs