Dershowitz: Geller's Contest Similar to Provocations of MLK During Civil Rights Struggle

Jeff Poor Breitbart.com 8 May 2015

On her Thursday night “The Kelly File” program on the Fox News Channel, host Megyn Kelly hosted a discussion between famed legal scholar Alan Dershowitz and National Review editor Rich Lowry.

During the discussion, Dershowitz noted the “provocative” nature of Pamela Geller’s “Draw Mohammed” event last week in Garland, […]

The difference between a protest and a riot

Michael Graham Show News Radio 106.7 via Facebook 4/27/2015    

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Baltimore Mom Catches Her Son Rioting, Beats His A** In Front Of Everyone (video)

There was looting and rioting on the streets of Baltimore Monday that left several […]

The movie ‘Selma’ has a glaring flaw

Joseph A. Califano Jr. Opinions The Washington Post 12/26/2014

Joseph A. Califano Jr. was President Lyndon Johnson’s top assistant for domestic affairs from 1965 to 1969.

 

What’s wrong with Hollywood?

The makers of the new movie “Selma” apparently just couldn’t resist taking dramatic, trumped-up license with a true story that didn’t need any […]

Darren Wilson’s First TV Interview: ‘All I Wanted to Do Was Live’

The Daily Signal 11/26/2014

Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., spoke publicly for the first time Tuesday. In an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Wilson recounted the scene on Aug. 9 when he encountered Brown and an altercation ensued. A St. Louis County grand jury […]

Beck and Hannity to Gov. Cuomo: Do our businesses and taxes have a place in your NY?

Glenn Beck’s Open Letter to Gov. Cuomo: Are We Welcome in New York?

The Blaze 1/20/2014

Dear Gov. Cuomo:

In light of your comments this past Friday, in which you declared that those “…extremist conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault weapon, anti-gay” have no place in the state of New York, we […]

The Nation’s Only Black Senator Was Not Invited to Speak at Event Commemorating MLK’s ‘March on Washington’

Jason Howerton The Blaze 8/28/2013

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), the only black person serving in the U.S. Senate, was not invited speak at Wednesday’s event commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic march on Washington. There were, however, a number of Democratic lawmakers who were invited to appear.