July 2, 2015
The U.S. army is a little tougher.
What is he thinking?
The pea’s plans for world domination have just begun.
O’Malley is quickly becoming a favorite among environmentalists.
But judicial elections are not the answer.
July 1, 2015
Sean Van Anglen is 100% behind the Donald.
The rally planned for South Carolina’s capitol settles this debate.
We know you don’t care about Greece’s euro crisis. We got a psychologist to explain why.
By supporting the flag in South Carolina, they’re really supporting a man who murdered nine black Americans.
Moving to the city? This coyote might be your new neighbor.
They knew exactly what they were getting into.
Christians are obligated to sacrifice for others. A needle pinprick and a little soreness are relatively minor.
It’s the movie that the Magic Mike marketing campaign prepared us for three years ago—a glorious fantasia of glistening abdomens and gyrating crotches.
It was the correct ruling, but John Roberts's dissent completely outmatched him.
June 30, 2015
And it's putting everyone at risk.
Amy Schumer and modern comedy’s victimhood complex.
The Lone Star State felt the impact of this SCOTUS season more than any other state.
It's time to give them the same protections that other child entertainers have.
After the Supreme Court's ACA ruling, what’s next for health care reform?
The Obamacare, gay marriage, and EPA rulings all have a unifying theme.
The judicial threat to liberalism won’t end until a Democratic president replaces one of the Court’s conservatives with a liberal.
There's only room for one loud, obnoxious jerk in the Republican primary.
June 29, 2015
Lethal injection is often beyond the expertise of nearly everyone who participates in it.
After the Supreme Court's fair-housing ruling, will the government finally do something about it?