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CA School OKays Hispanic Students Wearing ‘Dump Trump’ Shirts Even as U.S. Flag Shirts Banned

May 7, 2016 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Anti-Americanism, California, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Education, Elections, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Judges, Liberals, President, Progressives, Public School, Republicans, Rights, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


CA School OKays Hispanic Students Wearing ‘Dump Trump’ Shirts Even as U.S. Flag Shirts Banned

-By Warner Todd Huston

A California high school has agreed to allow Hispanic students to wear their “Dump Trump” T-Shirts on campus despite a dress code that seems to prohibit them. The controversy is set against a backdrop of a federal court ruling banning U.S. flag shirts in California schools.

Sean Boulton, the principal of Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, a town south of Los Angeles, decided to acquiesce to the request of a group of Hispanic students who wanted to wear their shirts denigrating GOP front runner Donald Trump even as the school’s dress code could be read as prohibiting them.

The school’s dress code for the 2015/16 school year puts a ban on clothing with “inappropriate graphics” and clothing with messages that “denigrates others on account of gender, sexual orientation, race color, religion, ancestry, national origin, handicap or disadvantage.”

Despite those rules, school authorities are now allowing students to wear shirts attacking Trump and his voters.
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Obama to Make One More Push Against Guns Before He Leaves Office

May 3, 2016 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Constitution, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Freedom, GOP, Government Corruption, Gun Control, Guns, Judges, Liberals, President, Progressives, Regulation, Smart Guns, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Obama to Make One More Push Against Guns Before He Leaves Office

-By Warner Todd Huston

As he looks to the exit as the last year of his last term winds down, Barack Obama is about to take one more stab at curtailing the Second Amendment with yet another push to force so-called “smart gun” technology on the firearms industry and it’s a plan even police officers stand against.

Obama has failed to limit the Second Amendment like he had hoped to do when he came into office, but that isn’t for lack of trying and as his last term comes to an end he is once again trying to force the nation’s law enforcement community to set aside their proven, usable firearms and instead begin using problematic “smart gun” technology.

With his latest anti-gun policy, the President is urging federal and local policing agencies to purchase so-called “smart guns” quite despite that there is no current technology reliable enough for law enforcement use. And police say they don’t want to be Obama’s guinea pigs.

According to Politico, already sick and tired of how badly the Obama administration has treated them with years of backbiting since the Ferguson, Missouri riots, the nation’s law enforcement community (both federal and local) are not much interested in helping Obama prove the so far unworkable smart gun technology as a viable option.
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Unapologetic Millennial Conservative Has a TOUGH Message for Her Generation

April 28, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Bill of Rights, Children, Conservatives, Constitution, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Elections, Entertainment, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Hollywood, Law, Liberals, Liberty, Media, Movies, Music, Progressives, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Unapologetic Millennial Conservative Has a TOUGH Message for Her Generation

-By Warner Todd Huston

Young journalist Alexis Bloomer has a message for her fellow millennials and it’s one many won’t want to hear. Alexis wants her fellow 20 somethings to “pull their pants up” and start actually contributing to society instead of lazing around and posting social media updates as if that was activism.

Bloomer also has a message to the older generations: “I’m Sorry,” she says. Sorry for the many failings of her arrogant generation.

The journalist said she decided to assess her generation. “As a millennial, I decided to take it upon myself to try to evaluate what’s so wrong with our generation and why they’re so mad at us,” she said on her video posted to Youtube.

But as she looked over her generation she realized that some of the harshest criticism of millennials probably has a lot of validity to it.

“We’re just existing, we’re not really contributing anything to society,” she insisted and then went on to lay out all the accusations against her generation.

“Our generation doesn’t have the basic manners that include no ma’am and yes ma’am,” Bloomer said. “We don’t even hold the door open for ladies much less our elders anymore.”
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Today is the Anniversary of When Republicans Outlawed the Democrat Run KKK Terror Group

April 19, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Civil Rights Act, Civil War, Congress, Conservatives, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, GOP, Government Corruption, History, Liberals, Policy, President, Progressives, Senate, Slavery, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Today is the Anniversary of When Republicans Outlawed the Democrat Run KKK Terror Group

-By Warner Todd Huston

It is indisputable that the Republican Party is really the party of civil rights, not the Democrats. And today we have one more example of that truism with the 145th anniversary of the Republican Party’s essential outlawing of the Ku Klux Klan, the Democrat Party’s domestic terror group.

The actions against the Klan stemmed from an outrageous massacre of nearly 300 blacks perpetrated by white, Democrat Klan members in Louisiana in 1868.

On September 28, 1868 — three years after the Confederate south lost the civil war — a mob of marauding whites rampaged through Opelousas, Louisiana and massacred nearly 300 blacks who were Republican voters.

The outrage began when white, Democrat KKK members attacked the white owner of a Republican-leaning newspaper. The newspaper editor, a former school teacher for black students, was defended by several black friends during the attack and this action enraged the mob further sending them on a day-long spree of murder and mayhem.

The attack was so outrageous that the Republican Party acted to essentially ban the KKK. By April 20, 1871, the GOP passed a law banning the oppression perpetrated by the KKK when President Ulysses Grant and Congress passed the Ku Klux Klan Act, also known as the third Enforcement Act. The law established penalties against anyone who tried to deprive any other citizen the benefit of equal protection under the laws of the United States. The law also gave the president the power to use the military to ensure that the rights of blacks were upheld.

This interest in civil rights carried all the way to the 1964 Civil Rights bill that was passed with the overwhelming support of Republicans.
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Let’s Clear Something Up About a ‘Contested’ GOP Convention, Voters DON’T Count and NEVER DID!

April 2, 2016 | Filed Under Conservatives, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Liberals, Policy, President, Progressives, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Let’s Clear Something Up About a ‘Contested’ GOP Convention, Voters DON’T Count and NEVER DID!

-By Warner Todd Huston

There is a lot of valid angst about who will become the nominee for both the Republican and the Democrat Parties this year. We are in a day when the voters are clearly pulling in a multitude of ways and not giving any candidate an overwhelming nod. But there is also a lot of BS about how “the will of the voters” is being thwarted by the party system and much of this is misinformed.

I am not saying that none of this should make you mad. Just get the facts before you get mad. Don’t shy from getting mad, just be informed while you do it!

Let’s just get one fact out of the way at the outset: your vote in a primary is not and never was the only or even the final say on who the party picks for its nominee. The will of the voter does matter in a general election where the nation picks the president, but not as much in a primary when the parties are picking who they will offer up as a candidate for the forthcoming general election. The fact is, primaries are not “the election.”

It is the party that picks the nominee, not the voter. Yes, the votes in the primary are a key guide for the party and yes, if the vote is overwhelming for a particular candidate both parties generally chose that candidate. But, the fact is the parties — any party — can pick who ever the heck they want quite regardless of the vote totals.

After all, that is what a party is for, to control its destiny and policies.
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Governor Nathan Deal’s Dumbest Claim to Quash Religious Freedom

March 28, 2016 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Atlanta, Bill of Rights, Business, Christianity, Constitution, Economy/Finances, Ethics, Gay Marriage, Gays, Georgia, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Jobs, Liberals, Religion, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Governor Nathan Deal’s Dumbest Claim to Quash Religious Freedom

-By Warner Todd Huston

On Monday Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a religious liberty bill that would stop state authorities from forcing Christians to participate in gay marriages, but one of the “reasons” Deal said prevented him from signing the bill is fraught with a pretzel logic he can’t possibly believe.

In the Governor’s view, HB 757 was “discriminatory.” Instead of protecting religious freedom, Deal claimed it only served to oppress gays. Worse, he said despite clear examples of such coercion in other states, since it’s never happened in Georgia then the law isn’t needed.

Of course, the law was written to head off the sort of state-sponsored coercion and curtailment of religious liberty seen in other states, not necessarily a law meant to correct what has already happened in the Peach State. The fact it has happened in a number of other states was plenty enough reason to try to prevent it from happening at all in Georgia.

In any case, Deal goes on to note how religious liberty is one of the first principles of the founding of the country. The founders, Deal said, “made it clear that those liberties [religious liberties] were given by God and not by man’s government. Therefore, it was unnecessary to enumerate in statute or constitution what those liberties included.”

He then went on to indulge some truly absurd pretzel logic that is so tortured even he can’t possible believe it…
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Trump Needs to Take Responsibility For His Rhetoric

March 13, 2016 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Censorship, Communism, Conservatives, Constitution, Crime, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Elections, Ethics, Federalism, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Law, Liberals, Policy, President, Progressives, Republicans, Ted Cruz, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Trump Needs to Take Responsibility For His Rhetoric

-By Warner Todd Huston

There is a big argument being waged between Trumpeters who say he is utterly innocent for the violence constantly occurring at his rallies and those who say it is all his fault because of his bellicose rhetoric. The truth is, Ted Cruz is right. It isn’t an either or, it’s a little of both.

To start out, I don’t want to say that the violence being whipped up by your Move-On, George Soros, Occupy-type leftists are justified. Nor is it dismissible. The protests we are seeing over the last month at Trump rallies are not spontaneous bands of local citizens upset about Donald Trump. They are organized, anti-American agitators who are using Trump to foster anarchy.

These people have been around for decades. They are the same people who peopled the failed Occupy Wall Street “movement,” the same type of people who helped organize the 1968 Chicago convention riots, the same who have organized unrest, destruction, race hatred, and attacks all across the country since the anarchist craze started at the turn of the last century. They are all of a piece, all un-American, all hateful of our system and history.

Further, none of this violence would be happening at Trump rallies if they were not organizing ahead of time and making efforts to invade Trump rallies in order to try and foster violence.

And before I go on I should say that the leftists perpetrating violence at these rallies are not to be excused for what they are doing. They are wrong. Their actions–even if expected–are wrong.

However, there is a reason these people aren’t targeting Cruz or Rubio or Kasich or any of the other candidates before them. It is because Trump has invited them with his own bellicose rhetoric.
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Ted Cruz Addresses the Northwest Republican Lincoln Day Dinner

March 12, 2016 | Filed Under Conservatives, GOP, President, Republicans, Senate, Ted Cruz, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Ted Cruz Addresses the Northwest Republican Lincoln Day Dinner

-By Warner Todd Huston

I was in attendance at this year’s Northwest Suburban Republican Lincoln Day Dinner in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. We had a nice visit from Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

We hear little bits from these candidates all the time, including in the debates. But it is rare for people to actually hear a candidate’s entire stump speech. This is a perfect example fof the main points that Cruz gives to audiences.

So, if you’ve never heard a Cruz stumper, this is a great example.

A word about the video. I was too far to Ted’s right (no jokes, please) as he spoke from the dais. So, I focused my iPhone at the video screen which was just next to me. So, that is why the colors are a bit washed out. but I WAS in the room for the speech.

Cruz also spoke before the event and here is my report on that: Ted Cruz Suggests Violence at Donald Trump’s Chicago Rally ‘Starts at the Top’.
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Marco Rubio’s Arrogance Would Mean the Sundering of the GOP

March 6, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Conservatives, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Marco Rubio, President, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Marco Rubio’s Arrogance Would Mean the Sundering of the GOP

-By Warner Todd Huston

Marco Rubio has only one path to the White House and it isn’t through the ballot box. In fact, the only way Marco Rubio could become the GOP nominee for president is through the back room deals of a brokered convention initiated among the very establishment hacks that the voters are working overtime to depose from power.

So, whether or not Marco Rubio is a “full throated conservative” — as Rush Limbaugh called him — he is doing his level best to defeat the voters who might otherwise be disposed to accept him as a conservative in the White House.

Lately Rubio has been running around claiming he is now in this race to stop Donald Trump. But that is clearly a lie. If Rubio’s goal was to stop Trump, he’d have dropped out of the race to back Texas Senator Ted Cruz who is thus far the only candidate who has proven he can beat Trump.

Even if only half of Rubio’s voters went to Ted Cruz it would be enough to stop Trump in many of these contests and with enough examples of Cruz beating Trump more voters would flee Trump and line up behind Cruz.

But Rubio doesn’t really want to “stop Trump.” He wants to win the nomination… at any cost, even the destruction of the very part he wants to lead.
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John Kasich and His Big Government Education Disconnect

March 4, 2016 | Filed Under Budget, CPAC, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Ethics, GOP, Government Corruption, Liberals, Liberty, Ohio, Progressives, Public School, Republicans, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


John Kasich and His Big Government Education Disconnect

-By Warner Todd Huston

Ohio Governor John Kasich talked about education at the GOP debate in Detroit, but what he said essentially reveals the disconnect between apparent conservative rhetoric and a less conservative love of big government.

Talking about how the schools in Cleveland, one of the largest cities in his home state of Ohio, have been turning around lately due to new policies, the Governor tried to wrench that into federal policy.

Those local policies may be all well and good, but one sentence he unleashed that night revealed a dichotomy between conservative boilerplate and the usual, big government nonsense we see from establishment and Washington Republicans.

“And, frankly, look, if I were president,” Kashich said, “I’d take 104 federal programs, bundle them into four buckets, and send it to the states, because fixing schools rests at the state and the local level, and particularly at the school board level.”

Notice the disconnect? He began talking about those “buckets” of federal money he’d “send to the states” for education. And why would he send all those buckets loaded with tax dollars? Because “fixing schools rests at the state and the local level, and particularly at the school board level.”

So, what is the disconnect?
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CPAC 2016: Dennis Prager and Prager University

March 3, 2016 | Filed Under Conservatives, CPAC, Ethics, GOP, Talk Radio, Technology, Warner Todd Huston, YouTube | Comments Off on


CPAC 2016: Dennis Prager and Prager University

-By Warner Todd Huston

I have never written anything about Prager University and I have to say I’ve been remiss. So, with conservative talk show host Dennis Prager appearing at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC2016) it is a good time to correct that slight.

Dennis has been around quite a few years and is one of Salem Radio’s biggest stars, but he also founded a Youtube channel called Prager University where you can go to find some of the best arguments for conservatism ever put to video.

These great videos are concise, well reasoned, and short with great production values. But even more importantly, if you are looking for ways to argue against the left you can’t find better intellectual ammunition that that at Prager U.

If you need help understanding conservative principles or just need help on how to formulate your argument when talking to your liberal friends, Prager University is your ticket to the best source for conservative information.

Here is one example…


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Scott Walker CPAC 2016: We Have Had Much Success in the States

March 3, 2016 | Filed Under Conservatives, CPAC, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Liberals, Maryland, Progressives, Republicans, Scott Walker, Warner Todd Huston, Washington D.C., Wisconsin | Comments Off on


Scott Walker CPAC 2016: We Have Had Much Success in the States

-By Warner Todd Huston

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, the most anticipated entrant into the 2016 GOP primary, and it’s first victim, was the opening speaker for Wednesday’s Conservative Action Political Conference convention and reminded the audience that the Republican Party is stronger than ever in state houses across the nation.

Walker, who led a Republican revolution in the generally liberal state of Wisconsin, noted that we have more Republican governors than ever before and more GOP-led state legislatures than ever.

If national politics is a mess for the center right, the states are a hotbed of conservatism.

It should be remembered that Wisconsin was one of the nation’s birthplaces of progressivism (California being another) and when Walker took the governorship there it was a shock to liberals in general and Democrat unionists in particular.

Walker was a prohibitive favorite of conservatives across the country and man eagerly awaited his entrant into the 2016 GOP primary election cycle, but his campaign flagged early, had internal trouble, and Walker himself couldn’t seem to get his message to resonate. He was one of the first high profile candidates to end his race for the White House.

I am here at National Harbor, Maryland for CPAC 2016 and will be occasionally sharing updates about the event.
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Can You Be a Conservative and Also a Trump Voter?

February 27, 2016 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Conservatives, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Liberals, Policy, President, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Can You Be a Conservative and Also a Trump Voter?

-By Warner Todd Huston

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece saying you can’t be a conscientious conservative and refuse to vote for Donald Trump if he faces Hillary Clinton in a general election. But can you also be such a conservative and vote for Trump in a primary?

Before I go on, here, I have to note that I am not a Trump supporter. Even though I wrote you have to vote Trump if the choice is between him and Hilary in a general election contest, I’d rather see any general election for Trump avoided from the start.

So, the straight answer to the question posited in the headline above is “no.” No you can’t be a committed conservative and vote for Trump in a primary. If you are voting Trump you are one of three types of voter and none of the three can be a committed conservative.

Three Types of Trump Supporters
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Politics, Left And Right, Dumbed Down to ‘Fairness’

February 12, 2016 | Filed Under Budget, Business, Capitalism, Communism, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Education, Ethics, Free Trade, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, House of Representatives, Liberals, President, Progressives, Public School, Republicans, Senate, Socialism, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Politics, Left And Right, Dumbed Down to ‘Fairness’

-By Warner Todd Huston

As the presidential primaries roll out across America it has become clear that the voters are revolting against the establishment — both on the left and the right. Usually we think of the Republicans and Democrats as being polar opposites, but in today’s climate large numbers of voters on both sides are lining up in opposition to the elites for exactly the same reason. Both the left and right are in revolt over “fairness.”

Large numbers of voters, those voting for Trump on the right side of the aisle and those voting for Sanders on the left, are upset that America is no longer fair for everyone. Certainly the definition of fair and the cure for this lack of fairness takes different forms on the left and right, but it is fairness they are both exercised about, nonetheless.

Many center right Americans are worried that the large youth vote jumping on the bandwagon for self-professed socialist Bernie Sanders is a harbinger for a collapse to come and proof that America’s children have become communists. It is also proof that they have rejected the American ethos and tradition. But, while the end product might be much the same, I’d argue that it isn’t true that these Sanders voters are really voting for actual socialism.

In fact, I’d argue that most of them haven’t a clue what socialism even is. If they did they’d realize what a stupid idea it would be to vote for someone so foolish as to imagine socialism is a good idea. 20 years ago Bernie Sanders would have been thought of as a crackpot and would have been utterly dismissed from presidential politics.
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He’s Not One of Us: Marco Rubio is an Establishment Republican

February 4, 2016 | Filed Under Congress, Entertainment, Ethics, Gary Krasner, George W. Bush, GOP, Government Corruption, Marco Rubio, Republicans, Rush Limbaugh, Talk Radio | Comments Off on


He’s Not One of Us: Marco Rubio is an Establishment Republican

-By Gary Krasner

Is Rubio a conservative? “Compared to what?” as Henny Youngman would ask. And he’s right. Everything is relative.

Which is why I was jolted when Rush Limbaugh seemed to say during his Feb. 2 show that Rubio is a conservative no different than Ted Cruz. Rush visited the topic the next day, too.

But then Rush is a pushover. He knows his fellow Floridian personally and I suspect he feels it would be a betrayal to cast him out. Rush was a good soldier for President G.W. Bush, if you recall. Because Rush is a nice guy. Loyal to friends. He’s not like Michael Medved, for example, who calls Ted Cruz a self-interested political opportunist, and lauds people like John McCain, Lindsay Graham, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Oren Hatch, and had actually supported Mitt Romney as his first choice.

Given the folks Medved has loved for years, it’s no surprise to me that Marco Rubio is his preferred candidate. But Rush considers Rubio sufficiently conservative, and distinct from John Kasich or Jeb Bush?! The man from Realville? It doesn’t compute.
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A Ted Cruz Campaign Song ‘CRUZn To Be President,’ by Glen Shulfer

February 1, 2016 | Filed Under Congress, Conservatives, Elections, GOP, President, Senate, Ted Cruz, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


A Ted Cruz Campaign Song ‘CRUZn To Be President,’ by Glen Shulfer


A Trump Presidency Would Mean a Do-Nothing in the White House and That Ain’t a Bad Thing

January 23, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Capitalism, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Courts, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Economy/Finances, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Hillary Clinton, Law, Liberals, Politicians, President, Progressives, Republicans, Senate, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


A Trump Presidency Would Mean a Do-Nothing in the White House and That Ain’t a Bad Thing

-By Warner Todd Huston

I hate to burst your bubble, America, but if Donald Trump were to become president we would not get a president who “blows up the system,” nor would we have a president who “does great things.” What we’d have is a do-nothing for four (or perhaps 8) years. But that may not be a bad thing.

One of the reasons many center right voters have become Trump supporters is because they expect he’ll upset the establishment’s apple cart and destroy their grip on power by “doing things” that will give power back to the people. I put “doing things” in quotes because not a single soul out there knows exactly what “things” he could do in order to achieve the destruction of the establishment.

And therein lies the trouble. Trump hasn’t laid out a realistic plan for anything. He just jumps on stage, rambles on and on spouting catch phrases and buzzwords all while offering no substance whatever. In this way he is exactly like our current failed president. When Obama first campaigned for office he was all full of well turned phrases, buzzwords, and airy claims but offered nothing by way of substance. He simply looked good and people just assumed he’d “do something” to rattle the status quo.

Where Trump differs from Obama is that Obama’s entire history prior to running showed he would be a stiff-necked, unbendable, anti-American in the White House. He was an extremist, socialist-styled, doctrinaire left-winger whose entire life previous to the White House proved he’d do his level best to tear down the U.S.A. But his airy rhetoric fooled millions of idiots who voted for him while ignoring his past.
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New York Values? With Anthony Weiner, the Cuomos, Client Number 9, and Rampant Corruption, Cruz is RIGHT!

January 16, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Bill Clinton, Budget, Business, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Economy/Finances, Elections, Ethics, Freedom, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Hillary Clinton, Liberals, Liberty, New York, New York City, Philadelphia, President, Progressives, Religion, Taxes, Ted Cruz, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


New York Values? With Anthony Weiner, the Cuomos, Client Number 9, and Rampant Corruption, Cruz is RIGHT!

-By Warner Todd Huston

With New Yorkers wringing their hands and crying like babies over Ted Cruz’ “New York values” comment, one has to laugh at the state whose denizens usually prides themselves on being so tough acting like two-year-old whiners. But, despite their stomping of feet, the fact is, Ted Cruz is right. New York values are corrupt, generally un-American and the perfect example of how not to be as an American. Sadly, there is very little good to say about the Empire State.

Yes, we all felt for New York during the attacks on 9/11. Yes, we stood with New York on that terrible day. But let’s face it, that would be about the only time in the last 50 years that the rest of the country had any sympathy for that corrupt den of thieves. Further, the attack on the World Trade Center was not an attack strictly on “New York.” It was an attack on the whole of the country. Remember, they also planned to hit the White House and did hit the Pentagon that same day. If the World Trade Center happened to be in Philly, it would have been Philly they targeted.

The truth is, New York is generally the worst of what the nation has to offer. It’s taxes are too high, it is extremely liberal, it is pro-abortion, anti-Second Amendment, anti-business, it’s politicians stand against American freedoms and liberties, and they are lovers of the nanny state.

Before we get farther into this, let’s dispense with this silly “yeah, but some people there are great” argument. If you are going to employ that line of pap, you are a liberal because only liberals are so broad minded that everything falls through the cracks–especially truth.

Yes, yes, yes, there are “some people” who live in New York who are great. And they are a tiny, meaningless and powerless minority and because they don’t actually control what the majority of the state does they are dismissed (and absolved) from the accusations against their fellows.

You see, you can’t make a moral point unless you talk in generalities. If you didn’t use what is a mean average for something, then nothing is ever “wrong.” After all, something good can be found in just about anything and if you are going to use “something good” as your criteria, then nothing could ever be “bad” or “wrong.” And in that case, you cannot have morals because that “something good” would always over power the moral truth.

Now, that being said, back to “New York Values”: The “values” that prevail in New York–both the city and the state–are mostly horrendous, un-American, un-Constitutional, irreligious, and immoral. In short, New York “values” is a sarcastic remark because New York has no values, at least not any good ones.
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WATCH: Ronald Reagan Reads Life of Christ to Children at White House at Christmas in 1982

December 24, 2015 | Filed Under Christianity, Christmas, GOP, Religion, Republicans, Ronald Reagan, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


WATCH: Ronald Reagan Reads Life of Christ to Children at White House at Christmas in 1982

In the inaugural broadcast of NBC’s “Christmas in Washington,” part of the program included then-President Ronald Reagan reading “A Solitary Life,” a parable of the life of Jesus Christ, to children gathered at the White House.

After nearly 2,000 years, Jesus today is “the centerpiece of much of the human race,” says President Reagan. All the armies, govrnments, and powers of this world have not affected the world in any way as powerfully as this “one solitary life,” he explains…

Read more at CNSNews.com.


Ted Cruz Goes for Humor With Snide Christmas Commercial

December 19, 2015 | Filed Under Christmas, Congress, Elections, GOP, President, Ted Cruz, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Ted Cruz Goes for Humor With Snide Christmas Commercial

Texas Senator Ted Cruz is putting out a Christmas and comedy-themed campaign commercial that is a bold move because it’s supposed to be funny and funny isn’t not something many politicians do very well. But for me, this one works.

I am sure that many will hate this one… but it worked for me.


You Can’t Be a ‘Conservative’ OR an American and Vote Hillary Over Trump

December 8, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Conservatives, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Hillary Clinton, Liberals, President, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


You Can’t Be a ‘Conservative’ OR an American and Vote Hillary Over Trump

-By Warner Todd Huston

NOTICE: This is not a Donald Trump Endorsement piece, Now… Voting for president can be tricky, sometimes, especially if you are a good conservative who feels that the GOP nominee is unsuitable. Many good conservatives are saying this about Donald Trump and feel that they just can’t pull the lever for him. But if you are an anti-Trump conservative who won’t vote Trump and instead are claiming that you’ll pull the lever for Hillary you are neither a Conservative nor an American. Period.

Being a true blue American conservative (or a “red” one in today’s color coding) can be an annoying thing when it comes to presidential politics. As a conservative you’ll instantly understand that the GOP is not a conservative Party but is, rather, the far less liberal of the two national parties… but still essentially liberal in far too many ways to be comfortable. It’s our job as conservatives to drag the center left GOP kicking and screaming farther to the right where they belong. But we don’t always win that argument, especially when it comes to a presidential nominee.

So, deciding for whom to vote in both the primaries and the general is often a choice on the lesser of two evils for conservatives.

Then there is the bromide attributed to one of America’s most famous conservatives, William F. Buckley, who said that a true conservative should vote for the “most conservative” option in any given election. So, conservatives have that hanging over their heads, too.

But there are times when neither candidate from the Democrat or Republican parties is a conservative choice. Mitt Romney was one of those. Others felt the combative and self-loathing John McCain was also in that category. And it goes without saying that the Democrats haven’t had even a remotely conservative choice since Truman. But regardless how you felt about all those particular candidates real conservatives have had few choices for quite some time.

That brings us to Trumpmania.
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Advance Preview of Obama’s ‘Terrorism’ Address: ‘America, We Must Become a Nation of Sheep Led to the ISIL Slaughter’

December 6, 2015 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, France, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Gun Control, Guns, Humor, ISIS, Islam, Liberals, Police State, President, Progressives, Regulation, Religion, Republicans, Security/Safety, Sharia, Terrorism, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Advance Preview of Obama’s ‘Terrorism’ Address: ‘America, We Must Become a Nation of Sheep Led to the ISIL Slaughter’

-By Warner Todd Huston

We here at PubliusForum.com have been fortunate enough to be afforded a sneak peek at Obama’s “terror” address that he will be giving today. Without further ado, the president of the United States:

My fellow Americans, tonight I felt it was important to come before you so that you could hear what I think about these horrible attacks my country has suffered these last few weeks.

Certainly I grieve for those who fell victim to the gun violence my country is embroiled in. I am heart broken by the loss the victims’ families feel and understand their pain. Sadly, with their lives filled with the pain caused by the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, they have little room in their minds to help me advance my ideas. Tonight I hope to put an end to that.

Many un-American people who don’t understand who we are as a people want to continue this wretched gun culture that has made me embarrassed to visit other countries. To them I say “no more.” No more will I sit idly by and allow them their Second Amendment rights. No more will I allow my people to stand armed against my policies. No more will I let my countrymen to have the last, best chance to answer back to terrorists by being armed with needless, dangerous, assault guns.

My country is suffering an occupation of sorts worse than any ISIL terrorist invasion. Republicans who cannot accept that I won are certainly more dangerous than any ISIL terrorist, especially since my policies have completely contained ISIL to a small and dwindling part of Iraq and portions of Syria.
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‘Christian’ Group Lies About Christianity to Urge Sen. Kirk to Sign Onto Obama’s EPA Powergrab

November 12, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Bible, Budget, Christianity, Climate Change, Congress, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Energy, Environment, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Green Energy, Illinois, Jobs, Liberals, Mark Kirk, PCism, Policy, President, Progressives, Religion, Science, Senate, Socialism, Society/Culture, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston, Washington D.C., Western Civilization | Comments Off on


‘Christian’ Group Lies About Christianity to Urge Sen. Kirk to Sign Onto Obama’s EPA Powergrab

-By Warner Todd Huston

A new radio spot being played on Chicago talk radio by a purportedly “Christian” environmentalist group is using a pack of lies about Christianity and the environment in order to push left-wing Senator Mark Kirk into signing onto the President’s global warming policies.

A faux Christian group calling itself the “Evangelical Environmental Network” launched its radio blitz on November 12 with the sales line “It’s up to us to care for the earth that God left us.” But the ad is quite a pack of lies especially considering that it is coming from a group of so-called Christians.

First of all the ad misleads by presenting soundbytes from “Christian voices” urging Kirk to vote “yes” on Obama’s pro-global warming initiatives. The presentation to the radio audience listening to the ad makes it seem as if these “regular people” were callers to a radio show–as that is the timber of the audio, the sound is mixed in such a way as to leave the impression you are listening to a talk show caller as opposed to hearing someone speaking directly into a microphone like a narrator might.

With the announcer sonorously starting the ad saying “The voices of Christians,” here is what these faux “regular people” say on the ad:

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Ben Carson: CAIR Broke the Law With Its Political Attacks

October 4, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Ben Carson, CAIR, Conservatives, Constitution, Elections, GOP, Islam, Islamofascism, President, Religion, Republicans, Sharia, Taxes, Terrorism, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Ben Carson: CAIR Broke the Law With Its Political Attacks

-By Warner Todd Huston

GOP candidate Dr. Ben Carson says that the non-profit Muslim activist group CAIR broke the law with its recent political attacks on him.

In an email sent to supporters on Saturday, Carson said, “The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) held a public press conference demanding that I withdraw from the presidential race.”

“Here’s the catch,” Carson’s email continued, “CAIR is a tax-exempt nonprofit, and the IRS rules explicitly prohibit such groups from intervening in political campaigns on behalf of–or in opposition to–a candidate.”

The Doctor is calling on the IRS to investigate the possible violation of it tax-exempt status.
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Beltway Hacks Like Bill Kristol Are Why The GOP Needs to be Eliminated

September 17, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Communism, Congress, Conservatives, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, House of Representatives, Liberals, Media, President, Progressives, Republicans, Senate, Warner Todd Huston, Weekly Standard | Comments Off on


Beltway Hacks Like Bill Kristol Are Why The GOP Needs to be Eliminated

-By Warner Todd Huston

For weeks the Republican establishment was attacking Donald Trump for refusing for a time to pledge that he would not run third party if he should lose the GOP nomination for president. Then he signed the pledge. But now establishment hack Bill Kristol is claiming HE will support a third party candidate if Trump wins the GOP nomination. It is this hypocrisy that shows why the rank and file are sick and tired of the Republican Party and why the GOP needs to be torn down and rebuilt as a real, conservative party.

Trump did finally sign that pledge that the GOP establishment wanted him to sign. These hacks said that Trump couldn’t clam to be a Republican unless he pledged to run as a Republican but then also pledged to support the party nominee if he lost the primary. OK, this makes a certain amount of sense.

However, that was early in this cycle when Trump was only up a little in the polls. Now that he has surged to a commanding lead (for now, at least) the GOP establishment is getting nervous. Because their effort to force Trump to sign this one party pledge had nothing at all to do with party loyalty. It had to do with the fact that they fully assumed that Trump could never win the nomination and they wanted to prevent his third party run in order to eliminate the possibility that as a third party candidate he would act as a spoiler allowing the Democrat to easily win the White House in 2016.

But now that Trump is leading handily, as I noted, hacks like Kristol are growing worried. Now they are starting to wonder if it really is possible for Trump to win the GOP nomination. And in that case they are coming smack up against the possibility that they will be the ones who don’t want to support the party nominee.
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Hugh Hewitt Absolutely Meant to Throw a ‘Gotcha Question’ At Donald Trump

September 6, 2015 | Filed Under Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Foreign Policy, GOP, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Journalism, Lebanon, Liberals, Libya, Media Bias, Middle East, President, Republicans, Ronald Reagan, Talk Radio, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Hugh Hewitt Absolutely Meant to Throw a ‘Gotcha Question’ At Donald Trump

-By Warner Todd Huston

Last week right of center radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt had Donald Trump on his radio show and during the interview began throwing a long string of terrorists’ names and organizations at Trump and needled him to say who he knew, what groups they were with, when they started, and all manner of ultra specific answers. Of course, even during the interview Hewitt claimed that he wasn’t trying to throw “gotcha questions” at Trump, but in fact that is precisely what he was doing, his disingenuous protests aside.

Yes, it is pretty disingenuous for Hugh Hewitt to claim he wasn’t trying gotcha questions with Trump. Throwing out a long list of names is not asking about foreign policy.

Asking “What would you do about Hamas” or directly asking about any other foreign policy issue is totally legitimate, of course. But to say, “do you know” this name, that name, these names, and his name, is not “foreign policy,” it is gotcha stuff. They tried this with Bush, they tried it with Reagan, but never once were questions like these asked of Democrats.
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Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump and the Tweet of Frustration

August 8, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Congress, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Fox News, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, House of Representatives, Journalism, Liberals, Media Bias, President, Progressives, Republicans, Senate, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump and the Tweet of Frustration

-By Warner Todd Huston

On Friday afternoon at 4:43 PM I Tweeted what to me was just a *funny* Tweet about Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump and the first 2016 GOP debates. But nearly 24 hours later it is still getting tweets, re-tweets, messages, shares, and favorites and it doesn’t seem to be slowing at all. Despite that I thought it was just a throw away Tweet, it has revealed a deep cynicism about the media (including Fox News) and a frustration with the Republican Party that has proven to be a major problem that I think will doom any Republican candidate in 2016.

So, on Friday evening I threw out this Tweet about Megyn Kelly’s slap at Donald Trump in the debates on Thursday…

Now, let me get my own intentions explained. To me, I just thought this was an amusing statement of irony. I often post funny quips or photo memes just to get a rise out of people and to see what sort of impact I can make. To me this was just a funny juxtaposition. While Megyn was attacking Trump for being sexist, here she was objectifying herself in these photos. It was just a quick comment on Kelly wanting to have it both ways.

I have nothing against Kelly. She seems to do well enough on her show and her ratings are very good (note I don’t much watch TV news so I have never seen a full episode of her show). It does appear from the clips I’ve seen that she is a tough interviewer. I don’t want her fired and I see no reason to have her kicked off future GOP debate programs–as many do (see this petition demanding Kelly be fired from future debates).
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In June John McCain Defeated a Move to Arm Our Solders at Recruiting Centers and Bases

July 24, 2015 | Filed Under Congress, GOP, Government Corruption, Guns, ISIS, Islamofascism, John McCain, Liberals, Marines, Military, Senate, Tennessee, Terrorism, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


In June John McCain Defeated a Move to Arm Our Solders at Recruiting Centers and Bases

-By Warner Todd Huston

In June, Nevada’s Republican Sen. Dean Heller tried to get the Pentagon to change its practice of banning arms from our soldiers on bases and in recruiting centers here in America. Unfortunately for our soldiers, John McCain was the principle foe of the move and helped to defeat the arming of our soldiers, a decision that recently had deadly consequences in Tennessee.

Last week Nebraska Senator Dean Heller appeared spoke to radio host Kevin Wall on KKFT AM in Carson City, NV, to talk about his amendment and noted that John McCain himself defeated the move to arm our soldiers.

Here is the audio of Heller’s visit to KKFT:
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Donald Trump is Jeb Bush’s Fault (Along with the REST Of the GOP Establishment)

July 13, 2015 | Filed Under Amnesty, Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Business, Capitalism, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Economy/Finances, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, House of Representatives, Immigration/Immigrants, Jobs, John Boehner, Liberals, Mexico, Mitch McConnell, Policy, President, Progressives, Rape, Regulation, Security/Safety, Senate, Sex Offenders/Rape, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Donald Trump is Jeb Bush’s Fault (Along with the REST Of the GOP Establishment)

-By Warner Todd Huston

Let’s face it, Donald Trump has tapped into a very serious concern that most Americans have and that is illegal immigration. But the fact that he’s become a rising star in this GOP primary race at this time isn’t because he’s so great. It’s because the GOP is so damn bad on the issue. For Trump’s current success, the whole thing is Jeb Bush, John Boehner, and Mitch McConnell’s fault.

First off, let’s be frank. Donald Trump is not a conservative. He is a recent supporter of single payer healthcare, has claimed in the past that he supports blanket amnesty, and has been all over the map on such important topics as guns and abortion. So, please let’s stop pretending he is a conservative. He absolutely has no such track record.

But his denunciation of Obama’s failed–in fact dangerous–immigration policy is exactly what angers and frightens GOP voters along with a fair portion of Democrats.

Likely without doing the requisite research for statistics to prove the matter, Trump innately understands that what we have going on in immigration is a dangerous and wrong headed policy, one that seems to have a twin purpose: to destroy this country and to set up a permanent Democrat majority through creating automatic Democrat voters after a presidential amnesty.

Trump has been absolutely fearless in speaking out against this dangerous policy that is turning America into a third world nation. He has taken the fight straight to Obama on numerous occasions and that is exactly what Republican voters want to see.
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5 GOP Governors May Refuse to Obey Obama’s Global Warming Rules

July 8, 2015 | Filed Under Bobby Jindal, Budget, Business, Climate Change, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Environment, EPA, Ethics, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Law, Liberals, Mitch McConnell, President, Regulation, Republicans, Scott Walker, Senate, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


5 GOP Governors May Refuse to Obey Obama’s Global Warming Rules

-By Warner Todd Huston

Five Republican Governors are cooperating in a 10th Amendment-styled, states rights bid to defeat Obama’s un-Constitutional global warming power grab. The five are saying that they may simply ignore his edicts and refuse to implement his rules. Is your governor joining them? If not, why not?

Two of the GOP governors rattling their sabers are presidential hopefuls, so this issue just might become a national issue during the upcoming primary season.

The five governors who are warning Obama that they will simply ignore his power grab are Mary Fallin of OK, Greg Abbott of TX, Mike Pence of IN, and presidential candidates Bobby Jindal of LA, and Scott Walker of WS are also part of the group.
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