It seems like no matter what, Mel Gibson is a source of intense scandalous controversy.
These days the Washington Post opinion section seems to have taken upon itself the mission to stop Rick Perry from becoming president before he even gets the Republican nomination.
As visually beautiful as it is, the city of San Francisco is a very strange place with such contradictory aspects to their worldview.
I’ve often said that liberals live to segment and divide the population. In Les Bowen’s most recent article on Michael Vick he showed that even sports isn’t off-limits for this destructive attitude.
A week ago the spoiled, self-indulgent youth of London took to the streets like primitive beasts to cause all sorts of sanctimonious mayhem – throwing bricks through storefront windows and robbing them, setting cars and family-owned restaurants on fire, attacking the police, attacking each other – in the name of their rabid sense of entitlement.
In this video, Andrea Bocelli tells the story of how his mother went against doctors’ advice to abort her unborn child after battling appendicitis.
Every movement has its extremists, every ideology its rotten apples, and every benevolent entity can provide us with the occasion awful product.
When it comes to the debate over the usage of diversity programs and affirmative action, much has been made about the reverse discrimination factor.
Anders Behring Breivik, the psychopath who carried out last week’s terror attacks in Norway faces an extremely lenient sentence for the mass murder of 76 victims.
Recently the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research organization, released a report entitled States Enact Record Number of Abortion Restrictions in First Half of 2011.
The one big news item that has dominated the air waves, the internet and social media was the verdict in the Casey Anthony trial.
It has oftentimes been joked that the nation of Russia is the only country on the planet where people had more rights in the middle ages than they do today.
Glassman allegedly laughed, revved her engine and moved forward.
The tyrants at ABC Family and Seventeen Magazine are collaborating on a campaign to put an end to “cyber bullying.” Of course, the only way one can put an end to any form of bullying is to silence whoever the powers that be decide is a bully, and censoring whatever those powers decide is offensive.
Standup has always been a risky business. As the old cliché goes, dying is easy comedy is hard. Some people have the ability to perform under such circumstances, others do not.