Full disclosure: I don't hunt much. It's not my thing. But I have friends who hunt birds. I understand at some level why they like it. Doves and ducks just seem to be asking for it. My friends call it a sport. It's not a sport. A sport is where both sides know they are playing and also have high-powered rifles. Then it is a fair fight.
The New York City Uber story unmasks the reality of the Democrats: politicians beholden not to the citizens' best interests, but to their own. If your city makes it hard for Uber to do business, you have corrupt or corruptible politicians.
Taking down the Confederate flag flown on government property is something we should have done a while back. The key here is flag's flown on government property.
Like our country, Greeks have long slid down the slippery slope of socialism. They are now gambling their country's future like Jimmy the Greek.
You have to hand it to Trump. He started out broke and, by pure determination and grit, built a big real estate business in New York that made his family a fortune. But enough about Frederick Trump.
A board I serve on in Washington, D.C. was fortunate to meet with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia last week. Scalia is a famous jurist, admired by many for his intellect and convictions and despised by liberals for his steadfast willingness to act on them.
The "wars" on poverty, drugs and terrorism have failed. The goals are noble on the surface, but they have been used -- with scant results -- to tax us more, employ more government workers, and expand the power of Washington.
It's that time again. Every four years, the GOP interviews presidential hopefuls to determine who will be their nominee, who will have a show on Fox and who will be doing reverse mortgage commercials on TV.
Hey soccer, I thought we had a deal. Every four years we act like we care about the World Cup, and then you go away until the next time.
In his own "Mission Accomplished" moment, Obama declared a couple of years ago that he had brought a "responsible end to the war in Iraq." As it turns out, not so much.
"Journalist" George Stephanopoulos, the baby-faced chief anchor of ABC "News," misled the public about his ties to the Clintons. His failure to disclose his recent donation of $75,000 to the Clinton Crime Foundation brings into further question the credibility of what is considered news in the mainstream media.
Those of us who defended Edward Snowden in his efforts to expose our government's illegal data collection activities were vindicated last week, as was Mr. Snowden.
With one comment, Bruce Jenner went from being a hero of the left to a villain. He had just dramatically announced that he is trans-gendering and is being embraced by the left as a woman.
In January, I wrote that the Clinton Foundation is nothing more than a political operation disguised as a charity. It exists to funnel money to, and to advance the brand of, the Clintons.
Every few years I attend Bonnaroo, for some unknown allure. Bonnaroo is a fantastic series of concerts on a 700-acre farm between Nashville and Chattanooga. It is like an annual Woodstock, where modern-day hippies and music lovers go to camp for four days and watch top bands play.
Hillary just announced that she is running for president. So when she tells you, don't forget to act surprised!
When I heard through the mainstream media that a gay Indiana couple was denied catered pizza for their wedding, I knew something didn't add up. What self-respecting gay men would serve pizza at their wedding, even in Indiana?
President Obama's foreign policy is much like his domestic one: naïve and narcissistic. The results of his bravado are seldom good.
Tired of selling overpriced coffee to pretentious white Americans, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was going to end racism.
Never have I reached out to readers and solicited money for a just cause. But Atlanta-based televangelist couple Creflo and Taffi Dollar recently asked their congregation to buy them a new jet.
The World Wide Web has been an American success story, creating a tremendous amount of commerce, convenience and egalitarian education, and standing as a monument to free speech.
For years, the foregone conclusion within the chattering political class has been that Hillary Clinton will be crowned the Democrat nominee for President in 2016.
Same-sex marriage is legal in 37 states now, but apparently not in Alabama. After two federal court decisions gave gays sashay room to walk down the aisle, elected Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore did his best George Wallace "Jim Crow standing in the schoolhouse door" imitation.
As businesses across America struggle under the tremendous burden of ObamaCare, those who voice any objection to its onerous rules are singled out by our president. Such is the case of Staples, which, according to the trusted new source "Buzzfeed," has cut the hours of some of its employees to lessen the cost of ObamaCare.
Brian Williams, the face of the NBC News franchise, was suspended for six months for telling false war stories repeatedly for 12 years.