Apparently it’s OK for real racial activists to make films, rap songs and public statements about killing cops and white people – or making excuses and defending those that actually do those things, but it’s not OK to produce a music video about a love story that takes place half a century ago?
Such feigned outrage is nothing more than the real racists/anarchists/communists enacting on of Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules for Radicals’: mock, embarrass and harass your opponents to marginalize them and make them less effective.
In one sense it’s almost ironic, how the media is attacking itself nearly as often as it has attacked conservatives. But then, those grasping for more power often end up eating each other, because in the end, “there can be only one.”
She should have filmed the video at the white house .... there are enough africans in this administration to make a Tarzan movie.
 August 29, 2015 at 7:34am
A lot of naysayers here. I don’t think the failure – if any – is Glenn’s; there is a tendency of ‘burnout’ for those who have been passionate for positive change in a world overwhelmingly filled with lies and negativity. There’s also an often-unreasonable expectation of bigger, better, more exiting venues. It is about inspiration, not entertainment.
That said, perhaps someone should change the video window title that claims the choir sang ‘BLACK lives matter? Just sayin’.
I would stoop to his level and call Trump an ass, but that would give asses a bad name. If he becomes president it will be proof that God has left us, and deservedly so. Kelly’s question, based on Trump’s own behavior, was justifiable. His pettiness and vanity are only two reasons he is as unfit for the office as its current resident.
 August 8, 2015 at 8:12am
Schumer’s big mistakes: “soul-searching”. Apparently, he found one. That’s one thing the Left will not tolerate. I’ve never been a fan of his, but now I may have to reassess.
 February 28, 2015 at 9:49am
I’m pretty fed up with the “delusional” LEFT wing of the so-called conservative branch too. Mr. King is one of those self-righteous members who parrots the control freak line. I used to think he was conservative, but in recent months, not so much.
 February 27, 2015 at 3:14pm
“The right to speak freely means jack squat if we don’t have the courage to speak boldly,” Jason Benham said.
Homosexual activists have been “speaking boldly” for decades, with an in-your-face attitude and total lack of respect for the ideas of others, and using indoctrination and political power to achieve their goal: total acceptance and cultural dominance. It’s about time the ‘other side’ began to speak out with clarity, principle and respect. The Benhams get – and give – that.
Well that would be much better than the blasphemous "What Would Jesus Do?" That was all happy clappy, and no one ever considers the fact that Jesus turned over the tables in the temples, or rebuked the Pharisees, or any other number of surprising actions. To reduce Jesus to such a simple question and assume you can know what he would do, is rather presumptuous. I can see maybe if the question was phrased as "What does Jesus want me to do?" would be less harmful.
 February 26, 2015 at 8:34pm
Another attempt by a tyrannical (seriously; what else can you call it?) government to undercut our arguably most important right – because its intent was to allow the people to protect all the other rights.
For the government to argue that “armor-piercing bullets” should be banned because they might be used against police belies the fact that the Second Amendment was enumerated precisely so the people would be able to EFFECTIVELY fight against a tyrannical government.
The singular weakness – or strength- of our form of government is that for it to work as designed it must necessarily leave itself weaker than the people as a whole.
Does she actually listen to the words coming from her own mouth? Of course she does; she’s the major strategic dissembler for this maladministration.
 February 25, 2015 at 11:07am
This shows what happens when you jump “in the tank,” without knowing or caring what’s already in there.
 February 25, 2015 at 9:14am
Sorry; meant to say, “the government and its sycophants are strangling our rights.”
 February 25, 2015 at 9:10am
The government is slowly strangling our Second Amendment right. But then, they’re also slowly strangling EVERY OTHER RIGHT as well. If it’s regulated, licensed or taxed, it isn’t a right, it’s a mere privilege that is granted or revoked at will by a capricious and tyrannical government. The only valid reason to abridge a right is when an individual abridges the rights of others.
It's not the America I grew up in....but unfortunately it does bear resemblances to other countries I've read about in history books...
I found it difficult in the late 90's though I grew up in the 80's, now I find it darn near impossible to recognize.
 February 24, 2015 at 2:27pm
Good girl. Good Dad.
 February 24, 2015 at 2:20pm
Here’s just one more reason for DHS to go away, to encourage more social system parasites to come here. It isn’t about security, it’s about furthering the Leftist (i.e., Obama’s) goal of more dependency and social chaos.
 February 24, 2015 at 1:21pm
I’m surprised to learn states are trying to reduce their prison populations. However, in John (The Rutherford Institute) Whitehead’s 2014 book ‘A Government of Wolves,’ the author notes that FEDERAL prisons are being built and managed by mega-corporations, and part of the agreement is that the government will keep those populations at a minimum of 90% for twenty years.
That may explain the rapid rise in federal regulations over the past few years. It’s said the average person can’t get through a single day without breaking at least three laws. And law today isn’t focused on justice, but on control.
 February 24, 2015 at 11:36am
If you aren’t already praying for Christians – especially those in the Middle East – please do so.
I’m not one given to ‘end of days’ escatology (not that I don’t believe; I just haven’t set a timetable), but I can’t help comparing ISIS beheading numbers of Christians with Scripture (Rev. 20:6) because they wouldn’t accept Islam even unto death.
 February 24, 2015 at 11:26am
I’d like to believe there are some closet conservatives in the editorial office now; or at least someone with an iota of awareness and journalistic integrity, trying to break free of their decades-old ideological blindness.