PIE Opinions

Scott Walker considers border wall to keep out crusty Canadians

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is backtracking on the idea he recently floated about building a wall on the U.S. border with Canada. Thank goodness Walker finally remembered which border was north and which was south. Walker seems to have fallen into a game of one-upmanship with Donald Trump, hoping to jump on the immigration bandwagon without appearing to mimic Trump. ... Read More »

Winners and Losers: The First GOP Presidential Debate

With the first primetime GOP Presidential debate now in the books, here’s a quick analysis of how each candidate did. This applies to the primetime debate only, with the top ten candidates. We want your feedback as well, so feel free to comment below. WINNERS (in alphabetical order) Jeb Bush: Bush had a lot to lose if he stumbled, but ... Read More »

Adryana Boyne: Donald Trump losing support from conservatives, all of America

Even while he still rests near the top of GOP Presidential polls, Donald Trump has seen his support among conservative leaders dwindle. I’m not talking about the entrenched establishment in Washington, but the independent voices who carry a lot of influence and weight within the conservative right and the Tea Party. Twitchy’s Michelle Malkin has long been a critic of ... Read More »

While everyone focuses on Cecil the Lion, this horrible thing took place

It’s a chilling fact: since July 1, when Cecil the Lion was shot and killed by a hunter, Planned Parenthood has been on a horrific killing spree. The numbers come from Planned Parenthood’s own statistics, reported by the American Life League. Planned Parenthood performs an average of 327,653 abortions each year (based on 2013 stats). That’s an average of 898 ... Read More »

New Planned Parenthood video is the worst one yet (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

The Center for Medical Progress released a third video Tuesday morning exposing Planned Parenthood’s trafficking of body parts from aborted babies, and features graphic footage of an aborted baby being “pieced out” in a petri dish. The new video is the first of a new documentary series entitled “Human Capital,” and integrates expert interviews, eyewitness accounts, and real-life undercover interactions ... Read More »

Obama can remove ‘husband and wife’ from federal law with proposed gay-friendly bill

Congresswoman Lois Capps (a California Democrat, of course) has introduced a bill that could allow President Barack Obama to strip gender-specific language from federal law, including the use of “husband and wife,” in favor of more gay-friendly, gender-neutral language. The “Amend the Code for Marriage Equality Act” was written in response to the recent Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage. ... Read More »

Hillary Clinton: Black dudes in hoodies are scary (VIDEO)

Dear black people: Hillary Clinton really wants you to know that “Black Lives Matter,” but all those black guys in hoodies aren’t helping, because they are scaring all the white folk. Got it? In a speech at Brookland Baptist Church in South Carolina on Thursday, Clinton told a crowd “For a lot of well-meaning, open-minded white people, the sight of ... Read More »

BuzzFeed editor on Lafayette shooting: Don’t pray, ban guns

BuzzFeed editor Rachel Zarrell couldn’t help herself Thursday evening as news of the theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana unfolded. As people took to Twitter asking for prayer for the victims and their families, Zarrell coldly tweeted “Don’t pray. Push for gun control.” Minutes earlier, as news of the shooting broke, Zarrell tweeted “Let’s just give everyone guns, right? It’s in ... Read More »

CNN pushed for gun control as Lafayette shooting tragedy unfolded

It isn’t enough to just report the news anymore. Within 90 minutes of a shooting at a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, CNN on-air contributors were already pushing a gun control agenda, even before all the details of the tragedy were known. Surprisingly, however, the biggest dose of common sense came from a surprising source: Van Jones. Don Lemon was ... Read More »