Ted Nugent: Native American Tribe That Canceled Concert is ‘Weak and Stupid’

Perhaps many of you were duped this week by the fake story pushed by some liberal blogs about Ted Nugent calling Native Americans “unclean vermin.” And if you didn’t happen to catch the original story, maybe you ran across the second story written by Addicting Info’s Stephen D. Foster Jr. claiming that Nugent “doubled down” on their […]

Dishonest Liberal Websites Wrongfully Accusing Ted Nugent of Calling Native Americans ‘Unclean Vermin’

I can’t believe I’m having to write an article defending the draft-dodging statutory rapist Ted Nugent, but I ran across this story and found the dishonesty by many who wrote about it to be inexcusable. So I guess this isn’t really a defense of Nugent as much as it is my condemnation of those who blatantly […]

The NFL Can Go to Hell

I don’t want to tell people that they are wrong for supporting the NFL, or for wanting to watch the games. That would suck. But the NFL needs to change its evil ways. From its profiting off of racism to its denial in damaging of football players to its welfare reception from cheating on taxes. First, Dan Snyder makes boatloads […]

A Thanksgiving Day Tribute to Sarah Hale: Feminist, Bane of Presidents & Turkeys

Today when you utter her name, turkeys all across the Fruited Plain run for cover.  Yet during Sarah Josepha Buell Hale’s lifetime, it was U.S. Presidents who stuck their heads in the sand when they saw one of her frequent epistolary missives sticking out of a White House mailbag. When you raise your first glass […]

Super Bowl XLVIII: Denver Columbine Survivors vs. Green Bay Drunk (How’s That for “Honor”?)

In 2000, a private institution of higher education nestled in a quiet Chicago suburb decided that the time was nigh to change its collegiate mascot.  Odds are not even the most bratwurst-scarfing, jersey-junkie, beer-chugging sports fan in the nation had ever heard of—let alone followed—the athletic endeavors of the NCAA Division III Wheaton College Crusaders.  […]

On Columbus Day, We’re Honoring a Lie

I’m not that old, but I do recall in my elementary school social studies classes being taught that Christopher Columbus discovered America, and that he was a great pioneer and visionary.  Which might be true on some levels.  Who’s to say we would be where we are now as one of these strongest nations to […]