The #Unexpectedly Chronicles: The Left Discovers the Constitution as it is:

1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles: The Left Discovers the Constitution as it is:

God Was Right

Again by baldilocks The tide is turning in the "Believe Her" Wars. John Doe and Jane Roe met at a fraternity party. The two, both referred to with common legal pseudonyms, danced and drank. Then they went upstairs to John's room, where they had sex. Two days later, Jane filed a sexual misconduct charge against John, … Continue reading God Was Right

ABC News and Bias

More than 200 former journalists—many of them former colleagues at ABC News—have condemned President Trump for his “un-American” attacks on the media. I wasn’t one of the signers. I know many of the people involved—some of whom I considered friends. Some of them I don’t know. Others I didn’t like, and they didn’t like me. … Continue reading ABC News and Bias

Pro-Life Voices Melinda Dellahoyde Keynote Speaker Carenet NH Dinner

I spoke to Melinda Dellahoyde after her keynote speech at the annual dinner for Carenet NH in Hollis NH Saturday October 26. It's worth noting that while Planned Parenthood gets millions from the government to tell young women that it's brave to slaughter their children (and thus the generations of grandchildren and great grandchildren that … Continue reading Pro-Life Voices Melinda Dellahoyde Keynote Speaker Carenet NH Dinner

Five Red Sox World Series Thoughts

I was all ready to run my final piece on the endgame of the left post election when word came at work that the Red Sox had won game five and the world series. So in honor of the unity expressed in this tweet... For the next few days there are no liberals, or conservatives … Continue reading Five Red Sox World Series Thoughts

Report From Louisiana: It’s Game Day, Y’all!

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – We have some pretty important elections coming up in Louisiana but all anyone is really talking about is LSU v Alabama coming up this weekend. We love our college football down here. It’s been nearly seven years since LSU beat Alabama in a 9-6 defensive struggle between the two powerhouse … Continue reading Report From Louisiana: It’s Game Day, Y’all!

In less than a minute Chris Wallace nails the Washington Post on bias

By John Ruberry The mainstream media regularly whines about President Donald Trump labeling them as "fake news." No president ever likes his coverage from the media. But since the media is dominated by left-wingers, Republicans don't get as fair of a shake than Democrats. This morning on Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace in less than … Continue reading In less than a minute Chris Wallace nails the Washington Post on bias

Voices of Election 2018 Dr. Jim Kelly NH 27

On Saturday I attended the Annual NH Carenet Dinner fundraiser celebrating another year of saving babies and helping pregnant women.   I spoke to Dr. Jim Kelly who is running in the NH 27th district for State Rep. It's always nice to visit a state where republicans are not afraid to be publicly pro-life I … Continue reading Voices of Election 2018 Dr. Jim Kelly NH 27

Beset But Not Bowed

by baldilocks Yesterday was weird. Today is even weirder and much more horrifying. A fake bomber and a real mass shooter; the former, a huge Trump fan, the latter, rabidly anti-Trump and a hater of Jews. The fake bomber neither killed nor injured, intentionally, it seems. The mass shooter has killed 11 people -- so … Continue reading Beset But Not Bowed

Get rid of the stupid laws

That 13 year old in the back...lock her up! (Photo from Flickr) Chesapeake is coming under fire for having a law that bans teenagers from trick or treating. Fake news? Nope. It's for real: Sec. 46-8. - Trick or treat activities. (a) If any person over the age of 12 years shall engage in the … Continue reading Get rid of the stupid laws

Red Sox Dodgers What a Game

It's 2:39 as I type this, there are two outs in the bottom of the 15th and the Dodgers and Red Sox are still at it. I was at a Carenet dinner this evening in Hollis NH and hoped to get home in time to see some of the game, DaWife and I stopped at … Continue reading Red Sox Dodgers What a Game

An October Surprise Bombs Update: The Left Rolls a Seven

One of the problems for the left/media 's anti Trump "Nazi" narrative has been the conspicuous lack of Nazi like actions by the president. And unlike the big event in Boston two years ago where the lack of Nazi's didn't hold back the narrative in a state so blue you have trouble telling when the … Continue reading An October Surprise Bombs Update: The Left Rolls a Seven

Movie Review – Darkest Hour

I consider Gary Oldman to be one of the finest character actors.  Because of that I was looking forward to watching his portrayal of Winston Churchill, a role in which earned Oldman an Oscar.  I am aware of Hollywood’s far left bias and well earned reputation for completely disregarding actual history when making a movie … Continue reading Movie Review – Darkest Hour

We Interupt this blog to Inform the Left…

...that with the Red Sox up 2 - 0 in the world series and David Price going from the most dangerous man on the mound to the Red Sox to the most dangerous man FOR the Red Sox that there is absolutely nothing you will be able to do today to piss me off. Consequentially … Continue reading We Interupt this blog to Inform the Left…

Justice O’Connor: It’s Vital to Understand Our Constitution

(Adapted from my post at GraniteGrok.com.) In a statement released earlier this week, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor announced that she has been diagnosed with dementia possibly related to Alzheimer's disease. She is therefore stepping back from public life. I suspect she's all too familiar with what's ahead; as I recall, one … Continue reading Justice O’Connor: It’s Vital to Understand Our Constitution