Wendy Davis: The Perfect Hero for Liberalism

I briefly linked this story concerning Wendy Davis yesterday in my diatribe about liberalism however it's worth coming back to today because Wendy Davis is the perfect symbolism liberalism. Consider liberalism is always spending other people's money. They demand an increase in the minimum wage, which will of course be paid by employers, they demand … Continue reading Wendy Davis: The Perfect Hero for Liberalism

Our History: Gone Like a Dream of Yesterday

We took the kids to a civil war reenactment this weekend.  It was a cold day for central Florida, which of course means that it wasn't actually objectively cold, but when you are afraid to wear jeans in January because you might roast by the afternoon, you aren't going to be prepared for a rare frigid wind. After a … Continue reading Our History: Gone Like a Dream of Yesterday

On MLK Day Where are the Black McCartney Sisters?

Lorenzo: I'm not afraid of you. Sonny: You should be. Lorenzo: I know who you are, Sonny, I know what you're capable of, and I would never step out of line, you can ask anyone in the neighborhood who knows me. But this time, you're wrong. A Bronx Tale 1993 The War Doctor: Time Lords … Continue reading On MLK Day Where are the Black McCartney Sisters?