Beyonce lies, insults police & celebrates violence with black panther Super Bowl routine

People were gathered all over the nation yesterday to see the Super Bowl — and the fun commercials.  What better time to inject some serious politics into the national conversation!  Beyonce did just that, during her “Black Panther” inspired halftime show. [Read more…]

Pro-Abortion Group Slams Super Bowl Commercial for Using “Antichoice Tactic” — Wait Until You See What It Is

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Every year, Doritos has a contest for people to make Super Bowl commercials. This year’s winner involved a father eating Doritos at his child’s ultrasound.

The child moves around chasing after the Doritos and it’s implied the baby escapes early to get the Doritos.

No one watching the commercial thought it was making any sort of political statement. It was a funny take to show that even young unborn babies want Doritos.

But the pro-abortion lobby is willing to ruin anything, including funny commercials apparently.

After the commercial aired, the pro-abortion group NARAL tweeted:

Wait… what?!?!? Someone tell NARAL’s intern to come back down to reality and chill out.  Heaven forbid that a mainstream company make an unborn baby with a head, fingers, toes, beating heart, and unique DNA act like a… gasp… HUMAN?!?!  See the commercial for yourself!

I love this response on Twitter:

Commenting on another Doritos commercial that aired later in the game which featured cute puppies, Senator Ben Sasse tweeted:

And apparently the NARAL chapter in Ohio doesn’t like born babies either.  In response to the cute NFL ads featuring “Super Bowl Babies” conceived after Super Bowl victories, they tweeted the following:

I can’t even imagine how they denigrate human life so cavalierly without repercussion.
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Booty Versus Beauty: How Paul Harvey Bested Beyonce

I deeply appreciate Rich Lowry’s column celebrating Paul Harvey’s powerful Super Bowl ad. [Read more…]