In fewer than two months, tens of millions of voters will take to the polls to elect the next president of the United States of America.
The two people most likely to win big on that first Tuesday in November are Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican nominee Donald J. Trump.
As September continues, which of the two is seen as most likely to get the necessary minimum of 270 electoral points come November? Three different analyses provide insight. more >>
We live in a country run by people who tell us that if a man puts on a dress and says he's a woman we are supposed to take him at his word. But, if a man goes on a murderous rampage in the name of Allah, and ISIS claims responsibility, we shouldn't draw conclusions.
The weak and ridiculous position in which we find ourselves did not happen on its own. Americans selected this band of leftist fools who have zero aptitude for dealing with terrorism. A quote from King Solomon, the wisest earthly leader to ever grace the planet comes to mind:
"As dead flies give perfume to a bad smell, so a little folly outweighs wisdom and honor. The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left. Even as fools walk along the road, they lack sense and show everyone how stupid they are." (Ecclesiastes 10:1-3) more >>
I can't wait for "Weekend at Chelsea's" to hit the big screen. CNN and the rest of Hillary Clinton's slobbering media sycophants have already written the script.
If this woman, God forbid, dropped dead on the sidewalk tomorrow, these doting suck-ups — these mass media strumpets whose voter trust has, understandably, reached an all-time low — would dutifully parrot the Clinton campaign talking points and call it a "minor setback" to her "inevitable" victory.
The American people aren't buying it. This is a severely ill woman. No more "conspiracy theory" dismissals. Mrs. Clinton's "mild cold," er, "seasonal allergies," I mean "heat exhaustion," that is to say "minor case of pneumonia" is, evidently, of the rare kind that requires a permanent traveling physician and a "mystery man" who rushes to her side whenever she has one of her frequent and uncontrollable "episodes" (or otherwise freezes up with a brain "short-circuit" during a speech). more >>
Huffington Post blogger Larua Goldman has criticized the recently released film "Bridget Jones's Diary" simply because abortion and birth control were not discussed as options in the movie.
In "Bridget Jones's Baby," the third movie of the "Bridget Jones" trilogy, the over 40 Bridget Jones (played by Renée Zellweger) breaks up with her boyfriend and then shortly after develops a new love interest. When she ends up getting pregnant, Jones is unsure of who the father is.
Although some women in that situation might consider getting an abortion, Jones decides to carry the child to term. more >>
Staunch Christian and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, who proudly declared in June that his identity as a Christian comes before his politics, confessed Sunday that he once walked away from the faith to which he clings so dearly now.
He also revealed that he prays with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Speaking at the First Baptist Jacksonville megachurch in Florida at the 10:30 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Pence, who said he grew up in a family that was in church every Sunday, confessed he had walked away from his faith when he started college. more >>
So Muslims in your community want to build a mosque. You're set to speak at the zoning hearing. What do you say?
On the fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, an arsonist set fire to the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce in Florida. The Islamic Center was the mosque attended by Omar Mateen, who massacred 50 people at the Pulse night club in Orlando three months ago.
One state over, in Georgia, officials in Newton County, which has a "places of worship" exception to zoning regulations designed to "make things easy for anyone who wanted to build a church," cancelled a meeting in which they expected to approve the building of a mosque. more >>