Boys in Skirts: Genius Protest or Irrational Tantrum?

Early this morning, BBC correspondent Simon Hall tweeted the following pictures of a handful of male students at Isca Academy in Exeter. Boys at Isca Academy in Exeter wear skirts to school in protest at not being allowed to wear shorts in hot weather. pic.twitter.com/XHrffnSQEN — Simon Hall (@SimonHallNews) June 22, 2017 According to The

The Huffington Post Has Lost Their Collectivist Minds Over White Privilege

Written By Squiggly Line Guy Follow on Twitter: @CallMeSquiggly Follow on Facebook: Squiggly Line Guy Huffington Post has had their worst week ever. It’s hard to set any standards or realistic expectations for such a far leftist rag, but they’ve managed to lower the bar. HuffPo ran two articles on the same day, both aimed

Gallup: 1/4 Americans Say Government is the Biggest Problem

What is the United State’s biggest problem? Is it our government? Healthcare? The economy? Gallup Poll collected data from early June and asked that very question. Based on their results, one-fourth of Americans think the government is the biggest problem. This is the highest number of people thinking it’s the government since the shutdown in

NASA Discovers More Possibly Habitable Planets

Good News! NASA scientists have found over 200 potential planets in their most recent search, of which almost 5% might be habitable. Ten rocky planets have been identified within the habitable zone of their stars in Kepler’s most recent sweep of space. In the dark expanse near the top, or left wing, of the bird-like

Freedom Fighters on all Fronts: NJ Proposes Bill to Return Tax Money to Homeschooling Families

Written by David Fisher Jersey City Assemblywoman, Angela V. McKnight, has proposed legislation that all anti-statists should celebrate. Under its current verbiage, Her bill will give taxpaying parents who choose to homeschool their children $1,000 back per child and up to $3,000 in total for qualifying educational expenses. McKnight, a democrat, explains her reasoning behind

We Aren’t So Different: Elephants Team Up to Save Baby [VIDEO]

Written by David Fisher In a video uploaded last week, a pair of elephants in Grand Park Zoo, Seoul, South Korea teamed up to save a baby elephant from death by drowning. In the short clip, a baby elephant is shown drinking from a pool of water before slipping and falling in. In a frenzy,

SCOTUS Rules 8-0 In Favor of Offensive Speech

Good News! After a grueling eight year legal battle that has consumed the band and attracted the attention of the nation’s highest court, all Asian American synthpop-punk group, The Slants, will be able to rock under their chosen moniker. All eight current members of the court affirmed the right of the band to re-appropriate the term

8 Signs of a Thriving Child

A friend recently gave to me a book titled Gist: The Essence of Raising Life-Ready Kids. As a father of three small children, I have an obvious interest in such a book. Nearly every parent wants to raise a happy, well-adjusted child who will blossom into a capable, bright, and self-sufficient young man or woman.

Spotlight on a Libertarian: Randy Wiseman

Written by Heather Gwynn Follow Heather on Twitter at @starlasworld Randy Wiseman has an impressive list of accomplishments.  He is an active member of St. Edwards Episcopal Church in Mt. Dora, FL, where he volunteers with his church youth group and takes part in readings during Sunday services. For 45 years, he has owned Wiseman Gymnastics

Fidget Fest? Guess Who’s on The Guest List? Ron Paul, But It’s…..

Written By: Squiggly Line Guy Follow on Twitter: @CallMeSquiggly Follow on Facebook: Squiggly Line Guy The First Annual Fidget Spinner Competition and Vaping Festival has been announced in Seattle, to be held at the Key Arena in Mountlake Terrace. You can view the event page here. The two-day guest lineup looks dope. Check out these images