“Like a baby…but still in the womb.”
Is there a conspiracy at the RNC?
Cam Newton has never been too humble, but really showed his lack of humility after his Super Bowl loss.
When the Republican presidential field emerged in 2015, it was wide and deep; rich with experience and solid principles. Now they’re all gone, replaced by their Bizarro World counterparts — unelectable scoundrels all. What happened? And why didn’t the same occur to the Democrats’ beloved Hillary and Bernie. Scott Ott thought you’d want to know.
When radical militant extremists occupied federal government property, no one thought they’d stay this long. Heavily armed, and committed to their cause, they could stay hunkered down until this time next year. Scott Ott thought you should know what they’re doing and why.
Pundits and establishment hacks alike react with shock and awe at the continued rise of Donald Trump in the presidential polls. But Scott Ott thought they could use a little outside-the-beltway wisdom from a guy who’s just like Trump…or was in middle school anyway. [Satire]
Bill Whittle says he’s the humble-est person on the planet, and even has awards that prove it! But really, he and Klavan highlight the need for modesty.
San Bernardino shooting spurred Obama to call for more sensible gun laws. Scott Ott thought that might help faithful Muslims win their jihad against guns.
For violating a minor election law, Dinesh D’Souza was punished heavily. Even his liberal lawyer has realized his conviction was politically motivated.
Though Andrew Klavan doesn’t hate Obama, he would remove him from power… But Bill says he actually does hate Obama, and still would remove him from power.
Scott Ott thought the University of Missouri trustees deserve a chance to explain how dumping their non-racist president solves the problem of racism and hatred on campus. Watch a spokesman explain why Tim Wolfe lost his job, and how it could have gone down differently if only he understood the mission of Mizzou.
If NBC offered new kinds of questions, would RNC chief Reince Priebus reconsider his decision to drop the network in the wake of the biased and rude treatment GOP presidential candidates got from CNBC? Scott Ott Thought it was worth a try. Watch as an NBC public relations guy shares some sample questions from the…
What can we learn from Film Noir? Bill Whittle and Andrew Klavan examine the law, the wild west and the politics of both.
Belief in God, and attitudes toward certain immigrants can both be changed using an item you probably have in your home. Scott Ott thought you’d find this new study attractive. He explains how anti-intellectual activities like faith, and conservative concern about unchecked immigration can be drastically reduced by shutting down a part of your brain….
Hillary Clinton breaks the law, gets people who work for her killed, lies to the American people…and she’s still a media darling? How is that possible???
Tennessee just finished its first year of drug-testing welfare applicants and the Leftwing media say it was a waste of time and money. But Scott Ott Thought some shocking news hidden in the data offers hope for solving America’s long-standing drug problem.
Rihanna thinks fake-black woman Rachel Dolezal is a hero. Demi Lovato uses Oregon massacre to scold media about mental illness. These stories, plus celebrity swimsuits and cute cats convince Scott Ott that our Constitutional Republic is safe, thanks to an informed electorate fostered by our First Amendment free press guarantee.
House Speaker John Boehner, who just announced he’s quitting Congress, wants to be remembered first and foremost as a man who protected the institution. Scott Ott Thought we need another Speaker who sticks up for the institution like a Boehner. The Constitution says that could be you. Find out if you’re qualified, to be second-in-line…