Eric Holder Will Not Investigate James Clapper; Renders Congress Useless for Defending Americans from Spying

nsa obama Yesterday morning I heard Judge Andrew Napolitano interviewed by a local Fox radio talk show about James Clapper. He mentioned something I didn't know: that lying to Congress is illegal whether or not you are under oath. So it doesn’t matter if Clapper technically committed perjury (that is, whether or not he was under oath […] Continue reading →

A Kermit Gosnell Documentary? Another Cool Internet Startup Practices Intolerance & Censorship

kickstarter I don’t know how anyone can pretend the internet is a place of intellectual freedom. It is quite often merely a virtual echo chamber for liberal opinion. Reddit acted like the EPA and censored Global Warming disbelievers. More recently Mozilla’s treatment of their now ex-CEO, because he contributed to a traditional marriage campaign in California, […] Continue reading →

Range War Not Hot Yet, But…

blm land 2 This is definitely one to watch--a man whose family has run livestock on the land since 1870 has had his cattle rustled (stolen) by the Federal government, and now they have also detained one of the rancher's sons for moving outside of the Feds' declared "First Amendment Area"… Gee, and here I thought that applied […] Continue reading →

Dear Mr. Holder, Put Safety Features on Your Own Guns

gun bracelet From the Washington Free Beacon: Attorney General Eric Holder said on Friday that gun tracking bracelets are something the Justice Department (DOJ) wants to “explore” as part of its gun control efforts. When discussing gun violence prevention programs within the DOJ, Holder told a House appropriations subcommittee that his agency is looking into technological innovations. […] Continue reading →

More Information Doesn’t Matter (So Liberals Don’t Care If Global Warming Skeptics Have Done More Research)

bias Here is a pretty amazing essay, not because it is surprising, but because it is about an experiment that tested what we all probably expect: people don’t usually change their minds on ideological issues based on evidence. In “How politics makes us stupid,” Ezra Klein writes of a test that asked questions about how to […] Continue reading →