Michael Schaus

Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:

Remember the Feminist Studies teacher that attacked a pro-life student? Well, the prof’s defenders are saying that the “cultural legacy of slavery” is responsible for her actions because she’s black… So, I guess if I ever smack a Brit it’s OK because I’m part Irish, right?

(Fox News)

Hey, Mike Bloomberg, listen up: Some guy got a loaded handgun into a “secure” government building. The guy is most likely going to face some charges for carrying a gun in a “gun free zone”. Investigators are also trying to determine if any action can be taken against the signs for allowing an armed individual into the building.

(ABC News)

Okay… First we were told Lois Lerner’s hard drive was damaged beyond repair. Then we learned that it was only scratched. And now we learn that it may not have been damaged in any way. If I could just get the IRS to backtrack like this on my tax bill, I wouldn’t hate the month of April quite so much.

(Daily Caller)

It’s culturally insensitive to make a video game where you kill some Muslim extremists… So, this group decided to make a game where you kill a bunch of racist tea partiers instead. (The irony of mocking anti-government protestors by making a game where government forces hunt down a bunch of anti-government protestors is probably lost on the creators.)

(Breitbart)

This intellectually deficient “philosopher” has decided that government should license parenthood… Yep. You can only have kids if a bunch of bureaucrats decide you’re worthy. Oh, and it gets better: He wants the UN to be in charge of your family planning. (Because, ya know, they do so well with things like the “Oil for Food” program.)

(Life Site News)


Michael Schaus

Michael Schaus is the Associate Editor for Townhall Finance, and the Executive Producer for Ransom Notes Radio. He is a former talk show host and political activist. Having worked in fields ranging from construction to financial investment, his perspectives and world views are forged with a deep understanding of what it means to be an American.