As the ball drops, the best way to ring in New Years Eve is with rapper Lil John and Hawaii Senator Brian Schatz. Happy 2013! Published December 31 2012
For last minute Christmas and belated Hanukkah shoppers, here are the Top 10 recommended conservative books. Buy and enjoy them in good health. Published December 22 2012
A guide for the day after December 21st, 2012, the End of Days and the Winter Solstice. Published December 21 2012
In the same week Judge Robert Bork departed at the age of 85, the America he believed in advanced South Carolina Congressman Tim Scott to the Senate. For being a black conservative, Scott is already being "Borked." Published December 20 2012
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cannot testify now in the Benghazi matter because of a headache. Somebody should inform her that Ambassador Stevens suffered a much more severe splitting headache. Published December 20 2012
In Newtown, Connecticut, President Obama suggested a "national conversation." Yet this may be impossible. Published December 19 2012
The tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut has led to calls for combining navel-gazing and "teachable moments" in one useless giant "national conversation." Here are two real solutions too hot for politicians to handle. Published December 18 2012
President Obama addressed the nation Sunday night from Newtown, Connecticut. His remarks were heartfelt and genuine, but he engaged in hyperbole that frustrates critics and supporters alike. Published December 17 2012
In the wake of tragedy in Newton, Connecticut, people are desperately searching for answers. Maybe prayer can bring some. Published December 15 2012
The murder of twenty school children in Connecticut has people demanding that we "do something." What if nothing can be done? How do we fix what ails the human heart or mind? Published December 14 2012
Only days after a tragic shooting at a Portland, Oregon shopping mall, an unfathomable and larger tragedy occurred in Newtown, Connecticut. Published December 14 2012
Susan Rice withdrew from consideration as Secretary of State rather than face a brutal confirmation fight. The GOP must learn from this battle going forward. Published December 13 2012
Unions and their liberal allies committed violence and promised blood in the streets in response to Michigan right-to-work. Is President Obama blameless for the chaos? Published December 11 2012
While the world from Syria to Gaza burns and the American economy prepares to crash over the fiscal cliff, global idiocy reigns supreme. Published December 10 2012
In response to reports that Syrian madman Bashar Assad is moving chemical weapons to use against his own people, the United Nations and the Obama administration vowed tough inaction involving serious facial expressions. Published December 10 2012
Saturday at sundown on December 8th of 2012 begins Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. This holiday of blue and white beauty has rich traditions. This is the real story of what Hanukkah means. Published December 7 2012
Pearl Harbor Day and Hanukkah are about honoring heroes, and about reminding everyone that freedom is not free. The lessons apply to Syria and Iran. Published December 6 2012
Fiscal cliff solution: How the GOP can make Obama cave Published December 6 2012
In the wake of the awful Jovan Belcher murder-suicide, there are calls to ban guns and Bob Costas while shredding Amendments I & II. The solution to violence is simple. We know what to ban, but refuse to do it. Published December 4 2012
Let's celebrate meaningless metrics of artificial social acceptance. Send your resumes to be the fifth person I follow on Twitter. Published December 3 2012
Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”
He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He ...Read More
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