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In Defense of Captain America: The Winter Soldier *Spoilers*

Before I begin this article I will give you, the reader, who may have not seen the new Captain America movie but does in fact plan on seeing it in all of it’s glory, one final chance to turn away and come back after you have watched “The Winter Soldier.”                    …

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Kirsten Dunst

Feminism: banning the feminine

Leftists love them some loud-mouthed feminists. They get positively giddy at the idea of a bunch of bra-burners rallying in the streets for some male bashing or equality-whatever. And gone are the days of women being relegated to the kitchen, laundry room, or secretary’s desk. No more are the days where a woman is ridiculed for her opinions, for her…

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Ruth and Depp

A Misfit at ComicCon

In case y’all didn’t know, I’m a bit of a geek. I love me some Doctor Who, Firefly, Star Trek, and (I’ll get some friendly backlash for this one) The Walking Dead. I grew up on Sci-Fi and general nerd-dom. My closest friends cosplay, LARP, and play a myriad of video, computer, and card games while I happily sit on…

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Turnout Troubles and Voter ID

Every time an election rolls around these days, there is the inevitable hand-wringing article in The Washington Post or The New York Times or some other dying newspaper, wailing about how not many Americans vote in elections. This becomes more common in the mid-terms, when Republican voters tend to turn out in higher numbers than Democrat voters do — it’s…

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Fascists Gonna Fascist

Just this past week, Brandon Eich, Chief Executive Officer of Mozilla, resigned after leftists were calling for his firing among serious allegations that he was testing deadly pollutants on humans. Wait, that’s not right. Let’s try that again. Eich resigned after he was accused of trying to ignore whistle-blower protection laws. Dammit, that’s not right again. Maybe the third time’s…

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Bro, Why Do You Even Lift?

He who conquers others is strong, he who conquers himself is mighty. -Lao Tsu My name is (redacted), and I am a gym rat. But I am a relatively new convert to the Church of Iron, and I’ve recently been asked by a fellow acolyte why I work out at all – and as a guy who is almost never…

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Dashy McDashcore and the Government Junk | Games & Guns #10

This week’s episode explores the darkest of all government conspiracies. The one where those crafty bureaucrats use the Xbox One to take secret pictures of your dick. BEWARE!! The whole thing makes you want to go on a RAAAAAAAAMPAGE!!! And then dash the heck away…


1st Annual CPAC Competition and the Domination Dominatrix

The first ever CPAC competition edition of Games & Guns is up! Watch as host Stephen Gutowski competes against the National Review’s Jim Geraghty, Breitbart’s John Sexton, The Shark Tank’s Javier Manjarres, Mister Smith Media’s Michael Deppisch, Breitbart’s Ezra Dulis, Banana Republican’s Rachel Jurado, Slate’s Dave Weigel, and Dialog New Media’s Matt Scheffield. But, first, check out the domination dominatrix. Ok,…

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Unsustainable Bar Tab Stockman

CPAC, A Congressman, A Party, And MSM Lies

CPAC 2014 is over and I’m breathing a sigh of relief  that recovery can begin. All the networking, interviews, late nights, and hanging with at least one smoker at all times stole my voice… At least I’m praying that’s the culprit. It’s too early to tell if the CPAC plague has claimed me as a victim but I remain hopeful and…

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Batman Arkham Knight

A disappointed gamer

It was announced this week that the final game in the epic Batman Arkham saga would be released soon under the name Batman Arkham Knight. When I heard the news I was stoked. Ever since they first came out with Batman Arkham Asylum in 2011, it has been so cool to be able to fully immerse oneself in the character and world of Batman….

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Rachel Canning

An Attitude of Gratitude: Learning From Rachel Canning

Despite the many other things happening in the world right now, the news story that continues to draw my attention of late, one that I find deeply troubling, is that of Rachel Canning. Canning is the 18-year-old New Jersey woman who, despite having left home, is suing her parents in an attempt to force them to resume financially supporting her….

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Ours is a world governed by the aggressive use of force

As the Crimea tumbles out of control, I was reminded of Rush Limbaugh’s “Undeniable Truths of Life.” The first 8 truths all cover events happening today, warning us that the greatest threat to humanity is the USSR, insert Putin’s Russia there, and it works. But perhaps the most important truth Rush ever put down was his 6th one. “Ours is…

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Russia and Ukraine: How It Came to This and What Is To Be Done

In my last commentary here, I made the none-too-original observation that history isn’t going away and lo and behold, the Russians go and repeat it in the Crimean Peninsula.  This past week the Russians staged what can only be termed as a “modest”–because that’s the adjective one selects when it’s only 2,000 troops–invasion of Crimean territory in the Ukraine.  How did…

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Republicans Still Don’t Get Gamers

This is a world you’ll never understand. And you always fear what you don’t understand. – Carmine Falcone, Batman Begins – The old guard of the GOP is now going to use the power of the state (known to the great philosophers as “a monopoly on violence”) to raise taxes on something they don’t understand — video games. The original…

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Before 2017: A Prediction

Before 2017, some church, or an entire denomination perhaps, will be thrown into the spotlight. They’ll be sued by a group that calls themselves for human rights over a doctrine, teaching or fellowship issue. This is how I foresee it going down: There will be another major scandal that the Obama administration refuses to take responsibility for and the media…

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