Friday, July 24, 2015

Townhall

Michelle Malkin: Look Who's Coddling Denver's Social Justice Jerks
On a tranquil Sunday afternoon in Denver, hate-mongering zealots hijacked a rally held by citizens and families of fallen police officers, who had gathered to pay tribute to Colorado's honorable men and women in blue.

Want to eat genetically modified food? Expect a number of voices from the American left to tell you to avoid it.

While it is a worthy pursuit to examine and anticipate each passing twist and turn of the Trump campaign, there is one goal that should be at the top of every conservative list: avoid luring him into an independent run.

House Speaker John Boehner may or may not defund Planned Parenthood, telling reporters that he wants to get the facts first.

The end of the Supreme Court term was depressing for conservatives. The double-whammy of a 50-state mandate for gay marriage and the upholding of Obamacare sounded the alarms for religious freedom. All that unease is measurable.

The different priorities of gentry liberals and black activists, two heavily Democratic constituencies, are sparking heated arguments.

The professional hand-wringers are freaking out over Donald Trump's straight talk while displaying abysmal indifference to the deserved targets of Trump's charges.

The Trump bump tells us something about the state of American politics.

"If God does not exist, then everything is permissible."

The Republicans are desperately trying to get hip. Pursuing the latest new thing is not in the Republican DNA, but it's necessary to win elections. They have to tap into the popular culture of social media to woo the younger generation of voters, and that requires a digital strategy.

The cover of Harper's Magazine's August edition was intriguing: a lovely portrait of a mother and sleeping infant with the caption "How To Be a Parent."

Granted, Obama administration spokespersons and the mainstream media (but I repeat myself) describe this weeks event differently than does this column title. Something about a Cuban embassy formally opening? in Washington, D.C. ? If I read these things correctly?

Rudy Giuliani picked the wrong year to run for president. The man who as mayor cleaned up the streets of New York in a professional but tough manner might be the role model for winning the GOP nomination in 2016.

I never realized how much mainstream media had an affinity with martial arts. Over the past week, weve seen some of the most ferocious journalistic jujutsu in my lifetime.

Hillary Clinton is expected to unveil an overhaul of the capital gains tax rate this week that she says will strengthen the economy and create more jobs.

Kate's Law is nothing more than common sense. Let's increase the risk of returning to the United States for a convicted felon.

For the first time in national history, a Rhode Island native son is running for President: Lincoln Chafee. Stumbling is more accurate, since shortly after declaring an exploratory committee, he fumbled into making himself a full-fledged candidate, and all the campaign finance hoopla which accompanies it.

After long and difficult negotiations, an agreement was recently concluded in Vienna between Iran and six Western powers, including the United States, to curb that nations nuclear weapons program.

In 2009 then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gushingly accepted the Margaret Sanger Award named for the abortion mills founding icon: I admire Margaret Sanger enormously...I am really in awe of her.

Not only is this sickening, it is a federal offense.

I noticed that it happened around 10 oclock last evening. My OK With Being Treated Like a Moron cup began to run over and I am no longer able to ignore the various lies that caused it.

There are few sexual perversions not celebrated by our media today, but I gather, from decades of flood-the-zone coverage of even the most preposterous allegations of rape, that liberals are still on record as being against rape.

There is no way to know what is going on in someone else's mind. But sometimes their behavior tells you more than their words.

Every now and then I have to apologize for going a little bit over the top. Recently, I did that when I suggested we should eliminate all university majors ending with the word studies. Obviously, thats a little extreme.

 
 
 


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