Conservative News Feed

White House Petition Designate AntiFa As Terrorist Organization- Will You Be Signing?
AntiFa is nothing more than a group of Communist, Anarchist movement. They openly use violence against those who do not agree with them, and have thus far received very little ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
30 mins ago
Obama Clearly Didn’t Heal the Racial Divide, and Neither Will President Trump
Well before November 8, 2016, many of us on the conservative side were critical of then-candidate Trump. Not much has changed. While some continue clinging to the #NeverTrump moniker, others such as myself have semi-retired the term. It’s been left simmering on the back burner, and easily accessible should it be necessary to use again. We understand that just because a politician has an (R) next to their name, or beat a Clinton in a divisive presidential election, doesn’t mean they should automatically receive our full-throated support. Instead, they should be praised for upholding the Constitution and conservative values, but loudly called out when the opposite occurs. The past week has been a communications nightmare for the White House. More than once, President Trump attempted to address the tragedy that occurred in Charlottesville on August 12. After going with more specificity the second time around, Trump should have stopped there. Instead, he spoke up during an infrastructure press conference and talked about “very fine people on both sides” among other things, getting agitated at the press while doing so. Whether anyone says it out loud or not, the feeling is that President Trump should do something to heal the racial divide ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
3 hours ago
Why Are There Monuments of Confederate Soldiers?
The short answer is that they restore grace to the fallen and bind up the wounds of a broken nation. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
Terry and the (Antifa) Bandits Will Inherit the Wind
It seems clear that the Democrats would happily destroy the country rather than accept losing it at the ballot box. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
Et Tu, Senator Corker?
Trump understands planning, perseverance, and the virtues and benefits of hard work, which is more than the likes of the vacationing Bob Corker understand.  ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
If Nazis and KKK are Trump’s base, how did he win the election?
Data on the marginal groups formenting violence are staggeringly small and loaded with remnants of the left.  It doesn't stop the left from trying to paint all supporters of President Trump as members. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
The Great Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee was a great American.  He must be seen and regarded in context: a man of achievement in a unique place and moment in time. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
The Failure of the Communist God
Bolshevism is not just an ideology.  It's a religion. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
Are We There Yet?
The troubling disconnect between technological and human progress is an important clue about why there are so many technological incongruities in our lives. ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
What erasing history might just lead to…
Some crackling ideas for a Saturday Night Live skit, perhaps...   ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
6 hours ago
Another Shrine Comes Down
The mayor of Passaic, New Jersey, may just have committed political suicide. Last Wednesday, Mayor Hector Lora sent a crew from the Department of Public Works to a private shrine located on state property on the right-of-way along Route 21. The shrine, dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, has stood on this spot for 14 years while the city of Passaic, the Department of Transportation, and the state of New Jersey looked the other way. For that matter, so did the Catholic Diocese of Paterson (Passaic is within the diocese’s jurisdiction). The shrine was about the size of a larger-than-usual garden shed. It was well cared for, with a faux red tile roof, and a pull-down steel security door such as shopkeepers in tough neighborhoods install. Everyday, visitors to the shrine brought flowers, lit candles, and left small holy statues of Jesus, or Mary, or one of the saints. The devout gathered for prayers at the shrine on Saturdays, and during May, the month in the Catholic calendar dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, there was a procession through the surrounding streets. The origin of the shrine goes back to a day in 2003 when two Mexican teenage boys were ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
7 hours ago
Two Kinds of Trump Supporters
When filling in for Joe Pags on his eponymous nationally-syndicated radio show on Monday, I thought my analysis of the president’s comments two days earlier following the Charlottesville riots and the death of Heather Heyer was “fair and balanced”: The president didn’t say anything factually wrong but his not specifically calling out Nazis and the KKK represented the biggest political miscalculation of his presidency. Mr. Trump’s political opponents claim that he is a racist, or at least that he has too much sympathy for racism. I do not believe those claims to be true. Even though Trump was correct that there is hatred and violence and bigotry “on many sides,” even though Antifa is ironically and comprehensively fascist, and even recognizing the double-standard of this president’s treatment by the media compared to the prior president’s (Obama behaved as far more of a racist than Trump has) you simply don’t get a pass in the United States for not condemning the malignancy of StormFront and the KKK at the earliest opportunity. Mr. Trump could have said Saturday what he ended up saying Monday and avoided almost all of the unnecessary controversy. The reaction by some of Joe’s listeners — and some ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
7 hours ago
Respecting the Power of the Pardon
Washington President Donald Trump has not used the power granted to him in the U.S. Constitution to pardon or commute federal offenders. (A pardon essentially blots out a criminal conviction; a commutation does not revoke a conviction, but reduces or eliminates the sentence.) But that could change on Tuesday when Trump visits Phoenix, where former Sheriff Joe Arpaio is about to be sentenced. His crime? Last month Arpaio was found guilty of defying a federal court order that he stop apprehending undocumented Latino immigrants and handing them over to federal authorities. Trump told Fox News he is “seriously considering” a pardon for Arpaio because, “He has done a lot in the fight against illegal immigration. He’s a great American patriot and I hate to see what has happened to him.” As for Arpaio, who as Maricopa County Sheriff endorsed Trump early in 2016, he told Fox News, “I would accept the pardon because I am 100 percent not guilty.” His attorneys also have appealed the verdict because U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton issued it herself, rather than allow a jury to do so, as is Arpaio’s right. Trump must be aware that predecessors Barack Obama and George W. Bush stayed ... read more
Published on 08-20-2017
7 hours ago
Evil Mother Chemically Burns 3-Yr Old Son, Puts Dog Leash On Him And Forces Him Into Cage
Arwen Kuhn of St. Marys, PA, pictured below, has been charged with a number of offenses against her three year old son, including aggravated assault and false imprisonment of a ... read more
Published on 08-19-2017
7 hours ago
CNN Smears Again! Don Lemon Implies Breitbart Platform for Nazis
CNN host Don Lemon smeared Breitbart News on Friday evening, falsely telling his viewers that Breitbart News was a platform for white supremacists and "neo-Nazis." ... read more
Published on 08-19-2017
7 hours ago
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