Detroit Police Arrest 4 in Brutal Beating of White Truck Driver
more suspects have been arrested in connection with the brutal beating
of a motorist who hit a Detroit boy last week, as police investigate the
possibility that the assault was a hate crime, Detroit Police Chief
James Craig said. Craig said the investigation into the beating of
54-year-old Steve Utash by a mob has widened.
Leftist Thought-Thugs Strike Again
me see whether I have this right. Brendan Eich was forced to step down
as CEO of Mozilla because it became public that he opposed same-sex
marriage, the same position that President Barack Obama, darling of the
LGBT community, held prior to his phony conversion.
Fort Hood, Gun-Free Zones and Progressive Insanity
say that lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Not true. It
does if you stand high atop a cliff's edge waving a lightning rod above
your head during a thunderstorm. In fact, in the unlikely event you
survive the first strike, it'll keep right on striking until you climb
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A Halo for Selfishness
The recent Supreme Court decision over-ruling some Federal Election
Commission restrictions on political campaign contributions has provoked
angry reactions on the left. That is what often happens whenever the
High Court rules that the First Amendment means what it says.
A Mile High
You can't walk more than 10 feet in this town without getting a whiff
of marijuana. Or so it seemed when I visited the Mile High City to
attend a conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists. I
could've sworn every other person had bloodshot eyes.
Was It an April Fools' Joke?
U.S. control of the Internet's basic functions has kept the Web free for
Americans and the entire world. And it's up to us to keep it that way.
As Ronald Reagan said during the great Panama Canal controversy in the
mid-1970s: "We bought it. We built it. We paid for it. We intend to keep