1. Matt Walsh: Why Are Millennials Afraid of So Many Things?
2. Lowell Ponte: United Airlines is Only the Tip of the Iceberg
3. Kerry Lutz: Mass NY Migration
4. Wayne Allyn Root: Where’s the Outrage over the IRS Scandal?
5. James Hirsen: MSM Slam Fallon for Being ‘Too Soft on Trump’
6. John LeBoutillier: The Trump Revolution
Why Are Millennials Afraid of So Many Things?
By Matt Walsh
It’s clear that my generation, generally speaking, is very afraid... afraid of everything. They’re afraid of ideas, opinions, discussion, chicken sandwiches, Mike Pence, etc. And we’re even more afraid of adulthood, which is why so many of us have refused to achieve financial independence, get married, have kids, and do all the things that previous generations were eager to do as soon as they possibly could. In my piece today, rather than simply mock the famous “snowflakes” for being so incredibly afraid of life and everything in it, I want to try and get to the bottom of why we’re so scared. Why are we afraid of independence, responsibility, marriage, disagreement, debate, etc? I have a few ideas that may help explain it, though certainly not excuse it. [more...] Get Matt’s new book “The Unholy Trinity.”
United Airlines is Only the Tip of the Iceberg
By Lowell Ponte
Americans were shocked to learn that a paying customer could be violently dragged off an airliner because United Airlines wanted to give his seat to someone else. 40,629 people who had valid tickets have been involuntarily bumped from airliners, because airlines are allowed to sell more tickets than they have seats on each flight. But millions of us risk losing our savings because banks are allowed to lend long-term, or in other ways gamble by speculative investment with, the money they take in as short-term demand deposits. Our banks are a lot like United Airlines. [more...]
Mass NY Migration
By Kerry Lutz
It has been reported that people are fleeing New York State at an alarming rate. More than one million people moved out of the New York area to other parts of the country since 2010, a rate of 4.4 percent - the highest negative net migration rate among the nation’s large population centers, U.S. Census records show. I am proud to be one of those people. I moved down to Florida in 2012 and haven’t looked back. Leaving New York was one of the happiest moments of my life. “Americans have been increasingly relocating from the eastern U.S. and the Rust Belt to cities in Florida, Texas and the Northwest,” they report. But this only tells half the story. [more...]
Where’s the Outrage over the IRS Scandal?
The IRS has finally handed over thousands of pages of supposedly “lost documents.” They claimed they were lost forever. It turns out they weren't lost, -just hidden from investigators. These documents confirm the IRS illegally targeted conservatives. But the scandal runs much deeper than the abuse of faceless conservative groups. I’ve personally heard from over a hundred individual GOP donors who were mysteriously attacked out of the blue by the IRS - in each case, only weeks after writing a donation check to either the GOP, a GOP candidate, or a conservative group. [more...]
MSM Slam Fallon for Being ‘Too Soft on Trump’
By James Hirsen
When Jimmy Fallon returned to host SNL this past weekend, America learned what the mainstream media use as criteria to evaluate today’s entertainment. Apparently, the quality of writing, depth of material, delivery of lines, etc., are not as important to mainstream media outlets as whether the entertainment content in question sufficiently attacks President Donald Trump. The same media pundits that praise Stephen Colbert and “SNL” for non-stop anti-Trump programming have found Fallon wanting for his apparent failure to hit Trump hard enough. [more...]
The Trump Revolution
On the latest edition of REVOLUTION_The Podcast, we examine the startling shifts, reverses and flip-flops of President Trump - and the never-ending churning and chaos inside his administration. Is Steve Bannon still alive after the President threw him under the bus? China is now our friend - and Russia is the problem? Intervening in the Middle East is now back "in" - and NATO is no longer "obsolete"? Why the sudden reversals? Is it because of falling poll numbers and the judgement of his First Hundred Days? Or is it actually from the fear of imminent revelations from the Russian investigation? [more...]