Entertainment and product news Personal Liberty staffers have discovered on the Web this week.
In the midst of all the flap over the University of Tennessee’s recent suggestion that professors begin using a gender-neutral pronoun — “ze” and its variants — when referring to students, one organization hit the UT campus to see how students themselves were reacting.
Ted Cruz put his well-honed extemporaneous speaking skills to good use recently when a pair of liberal students attempted to corner him on climate change in New Hampshire. The GOP presidential hopeful was especially on point during a lengthy back-and-forth with a liberal student named Kaity Thomson.
That part of the press that isn’t afraid of further damaging her reputation is all over a new batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails, released by the State Department earlier this week. Among the various redactions and white-outs, we get at least a little bit of a glimpse into how Hillary lives.
Longtime Democrat and outspoken NBA legend Charles Barkley believes urban blacks have done nothing to help themselves by repeatedly voting for Democrats.
If the gyrocopter case goes to trial, defense attorney Mark Goldstone intends to “expose the lack of security” in the heavily restricted airspace over Washington, he told reporters Thursday after a brief status hearing at the federal courthouse.
What a way to start the week! In the first six minutes of trading on Monday, the Dow Jones industrial average plunged as much as 1,089 points.
This video promotes Ted Cruz for president, but it’s really more about who shouldn’t be president: Hillary Clinton. People are sick of her. The way Cruz’s supporters spin it, in fact, they’re sick from her — well, her, her husband and the whole Clinton legacy.
Here’s a shortlist of the favorite bits of entertainment and product news Personal Liberty staffers have discovered on the Web this week.
Country music star Charlie Daniels blasted Congress in an open letter on Facebook in which he wrote: “The courageous politicians that once championed this nation have been replaced, for the most part, by a breed of milksop, politically correct, scared of their own shadow, pushover, pathetic excuses for public servants.”
According to a revised manual the Defense Department will apply to all branches of the military, journalists can now be detained as “belligerents” at the discretion of military commanders.
A teenager in North Las Vegas, Nevada, kept himself and his younger siblings safe from an attempted home invasion last week by aiming a loaded rifle at one of the perpetrators, who wised up and fled the scene.
The Philadelphia Police Department has placed an officer on desk duty after he threatened to impound a motorist’s unregistered vehicle unless the resident agreed to buy tickets to a police fundraiser on the spot.
Not so very long ago, voters, pundits and cartoonists alike were bemoaning the inevitable repeat of the 1992 presidential election: Bush versus Clinton. But now Jeb Bush is being trumped, and Hillary Clinton is losing ground as more and more details come out regarding her email scandal.