David Ortiz 2016 the final numbers

So David Ortiz has played his last regular season game and ended said regular season career with a weak ground out to the pitcher. While his finish was not spectacular let's consider David Ortiz's 2016 stats Ortiz led the league in doubles with 48 (and that's on two bad legs) He led he league in … Continue reading David Ortiz 2016 the final numbers

A Response to Gail Collins

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – I simply cannot talk politics this week; of course as I say this, I will of course gloss over politics because while I have read Gail Collins’s most recent column in the New York Times, I truly hate to draw attention to it by addressing it, but I can’t let … Continue reading A Response to Gail Collins

Howie Carr at Frank Ardinger Event Leominster Ma

Last night before hitting work I stopped at Happy Jack's restaurant to see Howie Carr address a group of about 30-40 folk in support of Frank Ardinger's run for state rep in the 4th Worcester district that you might have heard mention of if you saw my post and interview with the head of the … Continue reading Howie Carr at Frank Ardinger Event Leominster Ma

Why homeschooling is an issue that affects every conservative whether they do it or not

There's a voting block that has received nearly zero attention this election year from the Presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton doesn't have to say much because her progressive perspectives are natural and assumed. Donald Trump has mentioned it one time in a single sentence in 16 months. Gary Johnson has oddly avoided it altogether. Homeschooling families, … Continue reading Why homeschooling is an issue that affects every conservative whether they do it or not