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Why It Pays to be Bullish

“Those who are bearish on America over the long term are out of their minds.” — Warren Buffett On Tuesday evening, Sept. 19, Steve Forbes, along with several hundred people, celebrated 100 years of Forbes magazine in New York City. B. C. (“Bertie”) Forbes began America’s foremost pro-capitalist publication in September 1917.

Supposed LEO Group No One Has Heard Of Comes Out Against Hearing Protection Act

I’m not surprised to see the anti-gun forces come out so hard against the Hearing Protection Act. The latest is a group of chief law enforcement officers who apparently think you and I shouldn’t have more convenient access to a safety device. The Law Enforcement Commission for Common Sense (LECCS) recently

Trump Makes Good or That Time I Offered President Trump Kudos

Well, good for him! Donald Trump has an awful record, when it comes to keeping his word about donating to charities. To be frank, he’s got an awful record of keeping up anything that requires virtue. I brought you one story last night that is an example of this, as it appears,

Don’t Call the Government When the Levee Breaks

Natural disasters just plain suck. Mother Nature is a cruel matriarch, and she doesn’t much care about you, me or any of the human structures we’ve erected to help combat her occasional wrath. Indeed, Mother Nature’s caprice and cruelty were on full display over the past couple of weeks, and watching the

Texas Governor Recognizes First Responders and Extraordinary Citizens With Star of Texas Awards

Photo: Office Of The Governor 9/11/17  In the Lone Star State, September 11th is not just Patriot Day, it’s Texas First Responders Day; and so, dozens of Texans were honored today as Gov. Greg Abbot presented the Star of Texas Awards to those who have “demonstrated extraordinary valor and courage in

Don’t Blame Lack of Zoning Laws for Houston Floods

The rain in Houston has barely stopped and the flood waters have yet to fully recede, but already a narrative has been created in the media, led by ProPublica, but with a lot of people and publications playing follow the leader, that blame the severity of Harvey’s impact on the

God Bless Texas

Even in a hurricane no one is taking the cowboys coolers #Harvey2017 #houstontexans pic.twitter.com/5fgSRGTh9d — Amjad Ismail (@AmjadIsmail90) August 25, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js This is so damn funny. The rivalry between Houston and Dallas is a real thing, in case you ever doubted. You south Texans are in my prayers today. Readers, if you

When Liberals Club People, It’s With Love In Their Hearts

Apparently, as long as violent leftists label their victims “fascists,” they are free to set fires, smash windows and beat civilians bloody. No police officer will stop them. They have carte blanche to physically assault anyone they disapprove of, including Charles Murray, Heather Mac Donald, Ben Shapiro, me and Milo

Where is corporate disavowal of Black Lives Matter?

Where is corporate disavowal of Black Lives Matter? by Michelle MalkinCreators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Liberal business executives are leaping like lemmings from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing advisory council. Good riddance. These silly string-spined CEOs have sided with social justice agitators, Beltway media enablers and Democratic resistance knuckleheads who believe Trump was wrong to condemn

A Christian Apologetics Answer to Dr. Robert Jeffress and the North Korea Threat

I recently wrote a Christian Apologetics piece for my other gig, over at The Resurgent, regarding North Korea, President Trump’s statements of “fire and fury,” and the Christian response to the concept of a “just war.” Is there such a thing? Is aggression and war ever the answer, and how should

Procter & Gamble’s identity-politics pandering

P&G now stands for Protest and Grumble Procter & Gamble’s identity-politics pandering by Michelle MalkinCreators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Once upon a time, brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble sold candles and soap. Their 19th-century family business grew into the largest consumer goods conglomerate in the world — launching the most recognizable brands on our

Former Texas Police Officer Indicted on Murder Charge For Shooting Teen in Dallas

15-year-old Jordan Edwards’ family have received some justice following the loss of their son. On Monday, prosecutors with the Dallas County District Attorney’s office announced Former Balch Springs Police Officer Roy Oliver was indicted on a murder charge in the April shooting death of a black teenager. The grand jury’s indictment also charged 37-year-old

Dallas Co. Commissioner Votes Against Honoring Murdered Officers, Says They Brought It On Themselves

Commissioner John Wiley Price Votes Against Honoring Assassinated Police Officers Dallas, TX – Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price voted to oppose a resolution to honor murdered police officers, blaming police officers for the assassinations. The Wednesday vote was supposed to be largely ceremonial, but gained unexpected opposition as Commissioner

The “Resistance” Goes Live-Fire

The explosion of violence against conservatives across the country is being intentionally ginned up by Democrats, reporters, TV hosts, late-night comedians and celebrities, who compete with one another to come up with the most vile epithets for Trump and his supporters. They go right up to the line, trying not to

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