Monthly Archives: December 2013

MSNBC Out of Line for Mocking Mitt Romney’s Black Grandson

MSNBC Out of Line for Mocking Mitt Romney’s Black Grandson Is a double standard evident in an MSNBC panel getting off easy for mocking Mitt Romney’s extended family for its “whiteness”?

Having Colleges and Universities Pay for Too Many Defaulted Student Loans is…Smart!

Having Colleges and Universities Pay for Too Many Defaulted Student Loans is…Smart! Liberal legislators have found a way to use free market competition to encourage colleges and universities to trim their own fat.

Why 2014 Won’t be a Rebound Year for the U.S. Economy

Why 2014 Won’t be a Rebound Year for the U.S. Economy With a rise in freelancing and the end of the Federal Reserves “easy money” policy, 2014 might be a critical year in determining whether or not the U.S. will ever get back to the “good ol’ days.”

Gandhi Would Support U.S. Not Backing Down on Charges for Indian Diplomat

Gandhi Would Support U.S. Not Backing Down on Charges for Indian Diplomat Ironically, wouldn’t Gandhi himself support the U.S. in its current diplomatic row with India, in which an Indian diplomat has been charged with abusing her live-in maid?

Why Georgia High School Was Justified in Suspending Senior for Unwanted Hug of Teacher

Why Georgia High School Was Justified in Suspending Senior for Unwanted Hug of Teacher The teen knew the hug was unwanted and was crossing the line.

Why a Judge Was Right to Strike Down Utah’s Anti-Polygamy Law:

Why a Judge Was Right to Strike Down Utah’s Anti-Polygamy Law: A federal judge has ruled that most “plural marriages” practiced by fundamentalist Mormons are not illegal.

Could Rising Levels of Teen Entitlement Contribute to Increasing Violence at Schools?

Could Rising Levels of Teen Entitlement Contribute to Increasing Violence at Schools? After Texas teen gets probation for four-fatality DWI when lawyer uses “affluenza” argument we should consider the possibility that teens may be more violent today because they feel more entitled.