by baldilocks At The Federalist, observations of a late-stage in the pathology called postmodernist thinking. For most of my life, outrageous humor was popular and lucrative, and those (mostly conservative Christians) who condemned it as obscene and degrading were dismissed as boring Puritans who hated fun. Transgression and irreverence were cool; the president using an … Continue reading Lost on Double-Think Road
We often hear the "faith vs works" debate when you hear debates between Protestantism and Catholicism. The reality usually is moot because people of faith usually have works to go with it and it is the faith of folks that prompts them to good works. While the debate can seem enjoyable it's worth noting the … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 3rd Saturday in Lent: DO Something!
China continues to push for world dominance and to replace the United States as the go-to world power. China's tactic of slowly pushing boundaries (see South China Sea) and hiding internal problems (see Uighur Muslim internment camps) is working, mainly because no nation has significantly challenged China's strategy. Worse, China is prepping the battlespace in … Continue reading A Three-Point Plan for China
Now that the Mueller report has been released and the left is plastering the list of all the indictments that Mueller handed down everyone has seemingly forgotten about something. Namely the Concord Management and Consulting Trial. Not the indictment, which is on every MSM list of how successful Mueller was, but the actual court case … Continue reading Mueller Madness: What about the Concord Management and Consulting Trial?
Once again the left's dream of destroying a GOP administration via a prosecutor has gone up in smoke. The Mueller report has been delivered to the AG and the only real result has been the conviction of a beltway insider whose corruption had gone on for years happily ignored by all until he a couple … Continue reading The Media/Left’s Mueller Madness Or It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like another Blue Fitzmas