Has The World Gone Topsy-Turvy? | August 01, 2014 by George Stephen Kelly

When one surveys the events taking place in the “international landscape,” it is quite easy to understand how a sense of appalling dread could consume a person’s emotional, mental, and physical faculties. One might ask of what particular incident or incidents would this writer be referring to. The rejoinder would be that the litany of … Continue reading Has The World Gone Topsy-Turvy? | August 01, 2014 by George Stephen Kelly

DaTechGuy Live from Bella Costa Ristorante Framingham MA Sat Noon EST

Tomorrow DaTechGuy is on the road as we stop by Bella Costa Ristorante 147 Cochituate Rd, Framingham, MA 01701 at the intersection of routes 30 & Route 9.. In between sampling their excellent menu we will talk a bit about the War in Gaza and why there is absolutely no moral equivalence whatsoever between the … Continue reading DaTechGuy Live from Bella Costa Ristorante Framingham MA Sat Noon EST

The US’s toothless sanctions against Venezuelans

by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz The Obama administration passed a few sanctions against Venezuela this week. No, the sanctions had nothing to do with the Pollo and Venezuela's involvement in the drug trade. Instead, the sanctions are against individuals linked to the bloody repression of student protesters this year. In our days of "smart diplomacy," this … Continue reading The US’s toothless sanctions against Venezuelans

Richard Dawkins Busts a key Myth of Atheism

That atheism is all about dissing religion as a whole. the Left didn’t have a problem with his description of Pope Benedict XVI as a ‘leering old villain in the frock’ who ran ‘a profiteering, woman-fearing, guilt-gorging, truth-hating, child-raping institution … amid a stench of incense and a rain of tourist-kitsch sacred hearts and preposterously … Continue reading Richard Dawkins Busts a key Myth of Atheism