Cuba: Don’t say “good morning”

Fidel Castro, slave master to his fellow countrymen, is finally and officially dead. The Organized Left’s Idea of a Great Leader has already been cremated. Last evening a memorial service, featuring a B-list of presidents and representatives of governments across several continents, eulogized the tyrant, and From Wednesday, Mr. Castro’s ashes will be slowly taken … Continue reading Cuba: Don’t say “good morning”

They want a recount let’s give them one in NH, NY, IL, CA and MN too!

"You have done this deed in secret, but I will bring it about in the presence of all Israel, and with the sun looking down.'" 2 Samuel 12:12 The left's quest for a recount continues despite a lot of critique and laughter going on at them. Additionally there is worry by dems about the effect … Continue reading They want a recount let’s give them one in NH, NY, IL, CA and MN too!

The Hell Below

by baldilocks Below Florida, that is. Michael Totten documents his visit to Castro’s Cuba: I had to lie to get into the country. Customs and immigration officials at Havana’s tiny, dreary José Martí International Airport would have evicted me had they known I was a journalist. But not even a total-surveillance police state can keep … Continue reading The Hell Below

What Higher Education Should Be – But Isn’t

When you think of higher education, you think of someone who is enlightened. That doesn’t mean someone looking through the world with tunnel vision so that everything but a narrow path to light is blocked off. Higher education leads students forward into a world where there are people of all races, all creeds, all nationalities, … Continue reading What Higher Education Should Be – But Isn’t

Give Homeschoolers a Break

Amid talk of vouchers and charter schools, the Trump administration should consider significant tax breaks for homeschoolers. The reasons for homeschooling vary. Some parents want to emphasize a religious education for their children. Others want to avoid the left-leaning indoctrination of public schools. Still others face inadequate or unsafe schools. According to the National Home … Continue reading Give Homeschoolers a Break

The #Unexpectedly Chronicles The Clinton Foundation Cash Cow suddenly losing a Big International Donor Update: or 2

For years whenever conservatives referred to the Clinton Foundation as a money mill we were derided by both Clinton's defenders and the press that assured us that regardless of the number of flights, five star hotels, expensive meals and booze that the Clinton Foundation covered for Bill, Hillary & Company, it was all about good … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles The Clinton Foundation Cash Cow suddenly losing a Big International Donor Update: or 2

Time for Double Secret Gun Free Zones on College Campus’ Nationwide

Saw this tweet from Sean Davis Progressives Demand Gun Control After Knife Attack At Ohio State https://t.co/9T4WCK6VNf— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 28, 2016 Linking to this federalist article full of tweets calling for more gun control after an 18 year old Somali refugee named Abdul Razak Ali Artan, at Ohio State launched an attack that … Continue reading Time for Double Secret Gun Free Zones on College Campus’ Nationwide

Report from Louisiana: Mass Shooting in New Orleans while Landrieu Fiddles

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT –  "It will be back to business as normal. Nobody cares."  That statement from a woman who has worked in the French Quarter for six years is simply tragic. “Nobody cares.” Early Sunday morning, around 1:40 a.m., ten people were shot near the intersection of Bourbon and Iberville in the historic … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Mass Shooting in New Orleans while Landrieu Fiddles

A Teachable moment for Students back to school Today on Trump vs Castro

As a general rule there is never a bad time for a murderous dictator to meet his end, however the timing of Fidel Castro's death, at a moment when most American leftists in media and academia are berating and bemoaning the election of Donald Trump is most fortuitous. Castro's death while all this insanity is … Continue reading A Teachable moment for Students back to school Today on Trump vs Castro

The three possible scenarios surrounding the bizarre Mitt Romney situation

Earlier today, top Trump adviser KellyAnne Conway continued her attacks on potential Secretary of State Mitt Romney, this time on the Sunday morning shows. She's not alone with Newt Gingrich and Mike Huckabee voicing their opposition to Romney, who spent the majority of the campaign season attacking Trump. It's unprecedented for aides and allies of … Continue reading The three possible scenarios surrounding the bizarre Mitt Romney situation

Review: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

By John Ruberry It's time to take a break from politics. Many times while surfing on Netflix I came across a recommendation to watch the seven-part 2015 BBC One miniseries, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, which is described as such: "In 1806 ambitious magician Norrell leads a revival of practical magic in England and ignites a … Continue reading Review: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

A Habitual Sign of Life at Mass Yesterday (via Tennessee)

As you likely know today is the First Sunday of Advent and the first Sunday of the liturgical year for Catholics which officially began yesterday with the Advent vigil mass. But I suspect some of you might not know that the previous liturgical year didn't end Friday, but on Saturday morning. The Daily mass celebrated … Continue reading A Habitual Sign of Life at Mass Yesterday (via Tennessee)

The Organized Left’s Idea of a Great Leader

by baldilocks Like a twisted version of Santa Claus, the late Fidel Castro had gifts of horror to dispense to the country over which he ruled. He turned Cuba into a colony of the Soviet Union and nearly caused a nuclear holocaust. He sponsored terrorism wherever he could and allied himself with many of the … Continue reading The Organized Left’s Idea of a Great Leader

Stacy McCain on Two Unsurprising Deaths

There is a lot of celebrating over the death of Fidel Castro (along, ironically, with grief from the same folk who claim they are afraid of a dictatorship by Donald Trump).  It is one of the top stories in the news this weekend generating story after story all over the world with a lot of … Continue reading Stacy McCain on Two Unsurprising Deaths

That open-floor design hates males

Look at any listing for a modern house. I'm willing to bet that two things are present: An open floor plan, meaning that on the base level, one room opens into another. Almost all listings will have multiple pictures of the kitchen and almost no pictures of the garage. That's a nice kitchen...but what about … Continue reading That open-floor design hates males

The Comedy that is Edgewood College

Leonard Hofstadter: Got any advice? Beverly Hofstadter: Yes. Buck up. Leonard Hofstadter: Excuse me - you're a world-renowned expert in parenting and child development, and all you've got is "buck up"? Beverly Hofstadter: Sorry. Buck up, Sissy Pants. The Big Bang Theory The Skank Reflex Analysis 2011 A few days ago we had a sponsored … Continue reading The Comedy that is Edgewood College

Failing quarterback engages in further public displays of ignorance

I had no idea who Colin Kaepernick is until quite recently. It turns out he's the 49rs quarterback guy who started kneeling on one knee at the national anthem, a sign of protest that I, former Catholic schoolgirl, find incongruously reverential, Genuflection (or genuflexion), bending at least one knee to the ground, was from early times … Continue reading Failing quarterback engages in further public displays of ignorance

Meanwhile In Israel Some peaceful Arson

Nothing says "peaceful coexistence" like a wave of arson: Fires have broken out from the north to the south in the last two days. The Israel Police is saying that "a wave of arson has befallen Israel" after 220 fires were reported during these past few days. The Israel Police has not ruled out arson as … Continue reading Meanwhile In Israel Some peaceful Arson

Why Democrats are losing in the heartland: Thanksgiving Day Talking points

What kind of political party distributes talking points for people to use during Thanksgiving Dinner? Those Democrats sure know how to have a good time. While the rest of us are looking forward to family reunions and delicious turkey dinners, the Democratic Party is coaching its faithful on how to win political arguments. This is … Continue reading Why Democrats are losing in the heartland: Thanksgiving Day Talking points

7 political blessings to Tweet on Thanksgiving 2016

Fever. Chills. Daggers in my throat every time I swallow. Having strep throat on Thanksgiving is my perfect little personal metaphor to place on this strange election cycle. Every Presidential election has its ups and downs, but in my lifetime I've never seen anything that comes close to the nauseating twists and turns we were … Continue reading 7 political blessings to Tweet on Thanksgiving 2016