Stories by David Leeper
Hear Donald Trump at the NRA Convention! He accepted the NRA’s endorsement and proceeded to outline his campaign against Hillary.
The video below is a shortened version of his remarks, focusing on his case against Hillary. As usual he ignores political correctness and hits her on all her weakest positions as well as her character, using his favorite nickname “Crooked Hillary”.
Good grief! Are we all living in some sort of alternate universe? How could a reformed bum like Bernie Sanders ever have been seriously considered for any elected public office?
Check out these facts from his wretched biography as reported by Investors Business Daily (emphasis added):
His family [did manage] to send him to the University of Chicago. Despite a prestigious degree, however, Sanders failed to earn a living, even as an adult. It took him 40 years to …
I’m allowing myself at least three days to sulk over the departure of Ted Cruz from the campaign.
Conservatives whose core tenets are Constitutionally limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility have every reason to despair. Donald Trump doesn’t even talk about those themes.
When I emerge from my funk, I may take hope along the lines that Newt Gingrich describes in the short interview excerpt below, spoken Tuesday evening, May 3.
What Trump says and does in the next couple weeks, and …
Half-a-million views in less than 24 hours. Not bad!
In this video, rapidly going viral, Steven Crowder shreds leftist social justice “protestors” who try to disrupt Crowder’s seriocomic discussion of Political Correctness at UMass.
Like so many once classic-liberal bastions of tolerance and free speech, UMass now appears to be just another cookie-cutter leftist indoctrination center, funded by taxpayer dollars and massive student debt. UMass alumni must be so proud.
This event was called “The Triggering: Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?”. Humor, satire, and parody are great ways to counter-attack …
Dozens of books will be surely written about the Obama legacy. Researchers and authors may well start with the president’s own narrative preview, delivered in under eight minutes on April 23, 2016 (video below).
The president’s off-the-cuff summary is partly self-congratulatory and partly an avuncular pep talk to the young British activists in his audience.
The things of which he says he’s most proud.
Every person having access to affordable health care
Saving the world economy from a great depression
Getting nuclear weapons out of Iran without going to war
Wall Street reforms to prevent future …
As part of a possible settlement of the Syrian civil war, the United States and Russia are planning to offer a return of the Golan Heights to Syria.
Wow — talk about chutzpah!
Of course neither Russia nor the US “owns” the Golan Heights. Israel does.
And that land, captured from Syria in the 1967 war, is indeed an imposing “heights” from which Israel’s enemies have attacked Israel’s people with artillery. See the map below.* In Carol’s book, you can read the history of …
If you’re a politician, activist, or reporter (Group 3 as Lindzen calls it in the video), you should probably stick with Bill Nye.
Granted, Nye’s credentials aren’t nearly as impressive as Lindzen’s, and he often behaves like a rodeo clown, but he buys in to the …
On LevinTV Episode 27, April 12, 2016, Marco Rubio, eloquent as always, explained his support for an Article V 2.0** Convention of States to propose amendments to the US Constitution.
The discussion begins at 15:45 on Episode 27, viewable at LevinTV.com (subscription price $69 per year).
Article V contains the one Constitutional power that is strong enough, broad enough, and potentially fast enough to rein in our runaway Congress, President, and Supreme Court before it’s too late.
“Return to regular order“, says Speaker Paul Ryan. “Support the Article 1 Project“, says Sen. Mike Lee. “Teach the Constitution to our children“, says the Constitution Center. “Elect better people”, says virtually everyone.
These are all worthy initiatives. But there is only one Constitutional power that is strong enough, broad enough, and potentially fast enough to rein …
With all the rancor in today’s GOP primary contests, it’s hard to imagine how the two front-runners, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, could ever come together on anything. But listen to the two-minute excerpt (below) from the Laura Ingraham radio show, April 7, 2016.
As veteran Newt Gingrich points out:
Trump and Cruz together have amassed a crushing 80% vote against the GOP Establishment elites.
There has never been such a strong message sent to those elites, who are still reeling from the shock.
Trump and Cruz cannot, and will not, …