Podcast – Harvard University may be the Most Leftist College in America

Upon returning from a college event with my son and seeing some of the leftist clubs represented there, I decided to dedicate a podcast to some of these radical ideals.

It took me no more than 10 minutes on a single website, The College Fix, to find four separate articles, involving only Harvard – demonstrating what a leftist swamp it has come to be.

What I discovered is what I had already assumed – that if one is a conservative, you best not set foot on the campus of Harvard University. read more

It Seems Radical Hillary has Always Hated Cops

As a student radical during the Black Panthers era, Hillary Clinton gravitated to the company of anti-cop activists. At Yale, she helped edit a law journal that depicted police officers as racist pigs and ran numerous articles in defense of cop-killers.

During her law school stint, she spent free moments offering assistance to the lawyers for Black Panthers who had killed a federal agent. She “monitored” the Bobby Seale trial in New Haven, hoping to catch the prosecutors out in mistakes that could later trigger an appeal. read more

My WND Weekly Exclusive

Leftists again planning violence for election season?

It’s general election time. We have our two candidates – at least we think so – and they are the two worst candidates since Nixon vs. McGovern or Hoover vs. Roosevelt.

But this election season may be like something many have not seen. This election cycle may be fraught with strife and even violence.

We’ve already witnessed protests and violence against Trump supporters, and this may just be a harbinger of worse to come. Sure, it’s only been a few “independent” rabble-rousers so far, but don’t think for a second that that will be it. After all, the ’60s radicals are all grown up now and running things behind the scene, yet they maintain that radical vision. They still want to burn it all down. read more

My WND Weekly Exclusive

Speech is Only Free When the Mob Allows It

I still remember the first time I went to Stone Mountain, Georgia. A friend worked at the theme park there, and I was going to visit him. I drove my motorcycle from my apartment in Clarkston, maybe five whole miles, and despite getting a gazillion miles to the gallon, I ran out of gas anyway. I had to hitchhike to the park where my friend and I did the whole gas can thing. Good times. Since then, I have gone back several times.

I recall what a beautiful place it is and was awestruck by the site of the Confederate Mount Rushmore – the Confederate Memorial carved into the side of Stone Mountain. Unless you are a total politically correct weenie and believe it would be a micro-aggression to merely gaze upon it, you really should see it. I did a podcast last summer regarding this very subject, and it’s still relevant today. It’s segment 2 at this link. read more

Same-Sex Marriage Isn’t All That

by: the Common Constitutionalist

At this point, most of the arguments both for and against same-sex marriage have been set forth. Many of us conservatives hold to the view that government should not be involved in marriage in the first place – yet here we are.

I’ve also heard the same refrain from practically everyone on the right, me included at times. The defeatist attitude of “we can’t put the genie back in the bottle,” or “what can we do now – it’s over, now that the Supreme Court has ruled.” And the ever popular: “it’s now the law of the land.”

But evidently, that’s not how the left viewed it, for marriage between a man and woman has been the convention and the de facto “law of the land” literally forever. That didn’t stop them and shouldn’t stop us.

Although the mainstream media loves to say that polls show the American people favor same-sex marriage, I don’t buy that for a minute. I know how polls are so easily manipulated to achieve a desired result. If it was so popular, why did states refused to put it on so many ballots?

In fact 31 states voted in favor of a constitutional amendment or state referendum defining marriage between a man and a woman or, like Hawaii, at the very least, limited marriage to one each of the opposite sex, which is the same thing, I guess.

Virtually every state that put the question up for a vote of the actual voters, voted against same-sex marriage. So there is no great groundswell of support for it and never has been. read more

Witness the Left Turning on Their Own

by: the Common Constitutionalist

For years the political class, both democrat and republican have been steadily shifting to the left. The democrat party has moved so far left, it has virtually run out of room, and the establishment republicans have shifted left to fill the big government progressive void that remained after the dems democratrepublicanshift.

We can all see this shift to the left in the Republican Party, beholding to their big money, pay to play donors, and others who think a big bloated federal government is okay, so long as they run it.

It has always been us conservatives who complained about our party not doing our bidding, so to speak – that the GOP was the fractured party. Many would gripe about a lack of republican unity. Why can’t we unite like the democrats?

Well, it seems the days of democrat unity may be coming to a close. It appears we may have entered the era of the loony left. An era when merely being a liberal isn’t left enough. read more

Students Must School the Teachers

by: the Common Constitutionalist

We’ve all heard or seen the man-on-the-street interviews Sean Hannity does from time to time. He sends one of his people out on the streets of New York City and asks questions of passersby – usually having to do with politics or government. He doesn’t do it for the fun or to feel superior, but to demonstrate how woefully ignorant our population is.

There have been many man-on-the-street type stunts done over the years. One might think, okay, your average Joe may not know the makeup of our government. They should, but that’s beside the point.

They may not know who the Speaker of the House is, who Russia is invading, or which terror group is currently battling Israel and who the good guys are. Maybe they just aren’t educated? Maybe they didn’t go to a fancy college to learn how to be critical freethinkers.

But certainly students at major universities understand world events and have been taught to recognize the good guys from the bad guys. Yet, when Caleb Bonham, editor of Campus Reform, interviewed some aspiring Ivy League geniuses, he found two common themes – they were idiots in America sucks.

One of the interviewed students said, “As a Western civilization, we’re to blame for a lot of the problems that we are facing now. I don’t think anyone would argue that we didn’t create the problem of Isis, ourselves.” Umm…what? That may have made sense if not for the double negative.

“American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power,” said another student. read more