I’m old enough to Remember When Wendy Davis supported open Carry

But the election is over and the need to pretend to agree with voters is gone too. Sen. Wendy Davis said in a Monday interview with the Express-News that she opposes allowing the open carry of handguns and that she wishes she had a do-over on the support she expressed for the idea in her … Continue reading I’m old enough to Remember When Wendy Davis supported open Carry

The top Latin American story of 2014

Without a doubt, Pres. Obama's December 17 Statement on Cuba Policy Changes was the top news of 2014 on Latin America. Along with the Statement, American hostage Alan Gross was released in exchange for three Cuban spies, whose ringleader, Gerardo Hernández, was serving two life sentences. Gerardo Hernández's wife was able to impregnate his wife … Continue reading The top Latin American story of 2014

On the Research Road

by baldilocks I'm deep into research and Breitbart provides one of the keys/tracks/clues via The Truth about LBJ and MLK--a piece which is tangential to the release of the movie Selma. The truth is that Lyndon Baines Johnson was a life-long segregationist who resisted numerous attempts to eliminate the poll tax and literacy tests during … Continue reading On the Research Road

It’s not personal, It Can’t be Turned Off

One of the coolest memories I have of my mother took place when I took her to a New popular italian restaurant that had recently opened. The place was so packed we had to sit in the bar. As we were eating I asked what she thought of the place, she commented that it was … Continue reading It’s not personal, It Can’t be Turned Off

Pride, Definitely his favorite Sin

Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts. Attributed to Daniel Patrick Moynihan Once you have made the World an end, and faith a means, you have almost won your man, and it makes very little difference what kind of worldly end he is pursuing. Provided that meetings, pamphlets, policies, movements, … Continue reading Pride, Definitely his favorite Sin

We Are Still in The Space Race

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- I remember as a child sitting in my elementary school classroom as the teacher wheeled a huge cart with a little 19" color television on it into the room.  Watching television at school?  It was a real novelty and we were all spellbound; what we watched was real time news … Continue reading We Are Still in The Space Race

NY-11 & Nancy Pelosi’s Cry for Relevance 

We are here WE ARE HERE, WE ARE HERE! Horton Hears a Who 1970 If there is one thing that's axiomatic on Capital Hill it's this:  If you want to get the attention of the lobbyists and the various monied interests you need to have power and influence or the prospect of shortly gaining it. If … Continue reading NY-11 & Nancy Pelosi’s Cry for Relevance 

Peter Capaldi as the Doctor: S8 E13 Last Christmas

Summary: Will Santa Give the Doctor & Clara what they really want for Christmas Plot:   Clara is woken up by a crash and discovers Santa's sled crashed on her roof.  As she cycles through that fact the Doctor suddenly appears and takes them to the North Pole where a group of Scientists are under siege by … Continue reading Peter Capaldi as the Doctor: S8 E13 Last Christmas

The latest battle in the long leftist war: The anti-police protests

By John Ruberry In David Horowitz' pamphlet Barack Obama's Rules for Revolution, the onetime leftist remarked, "An SDS radical once wrote, 'the issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.'  In other words, the cause-whether inner city blacks or women–is never the real cause, but only an occasion to advance the real cause, … Continue reading The latest battle in the long leftist war: The anti-police protests

Iowahawk puts out the tweet of the Year

Or perhaps I should call it the "reply" of the year: Somebody should call the cops. RT @KurtSchlichter Good. RT @CassandraRules SOMEONE JUST PLOWED THROUGH OUR LINE AND HIT PROTESTORS— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) December 28, 2014 David Burge is one of the funniest men that will never be acknowledged by the media in general or … Continue reading Iowahawk puts out the tweet of the Year

Two Children Compare and Contrast

This is the story of two children both in the hospital in Israel. Here is the first: However Shapira, who suffered third-degree burns over much of her body and face in the attack, has successfully undergone the first of a series of operations, said doctors at Sheba Medical Center, where she is being treated in … Continue reading Two Children Compare and Contrast

One of the Truest Christmas Greetings you will hear this season

Via Elder of Ziyon the PM of Christmas message is sure to outrage many. Not because he is attacking Christians like this On Christmas Eve Muslims attacked Christians attending a Catholic Christmas celebration in the German city of Mönchengladbach-Rheydt. The five Muslims forced their way into the St. Mary’s Church shouting, “F*cking Christians.” but because … Continue reading One of the Truest Christmas Greetings you will hear this season

The Sony Pictures Hack – A Whodunnit Tale

By Steve Eggleston Pennington: Klahn has been connected with every sort of nefarious activity. You name it - opium, weapons traffic, assassination, motion picture distribution... Asquith And global extortion "A Fistful of Yen", The Kentucky Fried Movie, 1977 Unlike Pete, I usually don't quote movies, but the case of the Sony Pictures hack certainly has … Continue reading The Sony Pictures Hack – A Whodunnit Tale

For Supremacists and Revolutionaries: You Don’t Want to Get What You Deserve

by baldilocks In the last few days, I got hassled by white supremacists and a single white leftist on Twitter. (Uncharacteristically, black Leftists tend to leave me alone.) I tend not to get into arguments on Twitter because they leave me angry, but I did this time and it was a lot of fun! I … Continue reading For Supremacists and Revolutionaries: You Don’t Want to Get What You Deserve

Hey Politico, WHO won in Kansas?

There are two things that never cease to amaze me. First that the left keeps telling the right this: Ohio Gov. John Kasich will roll out “responsible” tax plans that protect against revenue gaps. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Arizona’s new Republican governor are delaying big dreams of nixing the income tax as they face … Continue reading Hey Politico, WHO won in Kansas?

Addressing Injustice and Evil Through Repentance – Part III

The noted British philosopher, writer, and theologian G.K. Chesterton once remarked that he could not understand why skeptics (religious unbelievers of Christianity) could not understand the doctrine of “Original Sin” (the belief that all human beings are born with an inward disposition toward evil and malicious actions that are called “sins). Chesterton stated that the … Continue reading Addressing Injustice and Evil Through Repentance – Part III

The Interview. Yes, The Interview

[Spoilers ahead. Proceed accordingly.] It was Christmas Day, the gifts were opened, brunch was done, and I have watched The Princess Bride and A Christmas Story enough times I can lip-synch them, but I felt like watching something. Of course, I had to watch The Interview. Mind you, for as long as I can remember, … Continue reading The Interview. Yes, The Interview