As Jesus Said, Blessed are you Boys of Covington High

I could write about my lack of shock at yet another MSM attack on Christians in General and pro-life Catholics in particular turns out to be false and contrived, or I could write about how so many people who should know better by now were so willing to jump on the MSM's phony bandwagon to … Continue reading As Jesus Said, Blessed are you Boys of Covington High

Review: Bag Man, a Rachel Maddow podcast from MSNBC

By John Ruberry One of my criticisms of my left-wing friends is that they cocoon themselves in media that is comfortable to them, such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, and MSNBC, TV shows featuring fellow travelers, such as Will & Grace, and agreeable authors, such as Noam Chomsky. They yelp back, "But … Continue reading Review: Bag Man, a Rachel Maddow podcast from MSNBC

Mueller Lucy (Comey?) to the Left’s Charlie Brown

I know this really should have gone up yesterday but I wanted to give it a day just in case there was more to this than meets the eye. Almost since the Moment Donald Trump was elected we have not only seen the media predict the fall of Trump but we have repeatedly heard the … Continue reading Mueller Lucy (Comey?) to the Left’s Charlie Brown

They Want to Make Him Pay

by baldilocks President Trump made an offer which the Democrats rejected before the speech was even given. Democrats were hopeful that @realDonaldTrump was finally willing to re-open government & proceed with a much-needed discussion to protect the border. Unfortunately, reports make clear that his proposal is a compilation of previously rejected initiatives. https://t.co/MFwebWSevG pic.twitter.com/yMTm4iP27h— Nancy … Continue reading They Want to Make Him Pay

Are we really interested in Syria?

The DoD recently announced the names of those who died in the suicide attack in Syria. Among them was CTIC Shannon Kent. The two questions I now get are one, Did you know her, and two, Why is the Navy over in Syria? Given her duty stations and our Navy being small, I'm surprised I … Continue reading Are we really interested in Syria?

The Orville in the AFC East

Jack Crab: I was an honored guest, and they game me a real treat for breakfast, boiled dog. Dog ain't bad neither now dog is greasy, but you'd be surprised how downright delicate the flavor is - especially when you're starving Little Big Man 1970 My youngest son has become a big fan of the … Continue reading The Orville in the AFC East

Lifson flashes the President’s Shutdown “Trump” card

In two minutes they were alongside, and the men came pouring on deck a hundred and twenty men laden with their small possessions, escorted by thirty of the Sunderland's hands. They were made welcome by the rest of the crew, all with broad grins. It was a peculiarity of the British pressed sailor that he … Continue reading Lifson flashes the President’s Shutdown “Trump” card

“The Color of Dreams” by Derri Daugherty provides pleasant aural dreamscapes

Miss me? Life spent most of 2018 punkpounding me on multiple fronts, hence my lengthy absence from this space. My deep thanks to Peter for his patience. Anyway, time to start catching up on things, starting with some new (well, it was new in August of last year) music by Derri Daugherty, guitarist/vocalist/tunesmith for veteran … Continue reading “The Color of Dreams” by Derri Daugherty provides pleasant aural dreamscapes

Can the president build the wall by declaring an emergency?

Whenever President Obama abused his constitutionally granted authority I called him out on it, and I intend to do the same with President Trump. As I begin to write this article I am still unsure if President Trump has the constitutional authority to construct the border wall by declaring a national emergency. This is a … Continue reading Can the president build the wall by declaring an emergency?

I’ll take Two bags please.

The other day I was in line at a store when I overheard the gentleman ahead of me vehemently insist that he didn't want to take a second bag “…to Save the Earth!” He said that was such earnest sincerity that I'm sure he believed it. And I'm sure that when I chuckled at him, … Continue reading I’ll take Two bags please.

Cleopatra: STILL not out of Africa

Almost twenty years ago in the days before I read a book and reviewed on Amazon (there was a time when I was a top 1000 reviewer over there) that outraged me titled Not Out Of Africa: How ""Afrocentrism"" Became An Excuse To Teach Myth As History. What outraged me was not her daring to … Continue reading Cleopatra: STILL not out of Africa

That Time When God Said: “Watch This!”

Hold my beer, Gabriel! by baldilocks Ten years already. Flight 1549 took off from LaGuardia a decade ago Tuesday, with [now-retired Captain Chesley 'Sully'] Sullenberger's co-pilot [Jeff] Skiles at the controls, three flight attendants and 150 passengers aboard. It was cold, only about 20 degrees Fahrenheit, but the skies were clear. 'What a view of … Continue reading That Time When God Said: “Watch This!”

Non-Tweets for 1-15-19 Reality: Tebow, Science,

Stacy McCain once said the best revenge is to live well. Tim Tebow as one of the best examples I know of a Christian living his faith publicly isn't all that big on revenge but based on the hysterical reaction by some in the MSM tn his engagement to a former Miss Universe, combined with … Continue reading Non-Tweets for 1-15-19 Reality: Tebow, Science,

I Am a Racist Again, Not a Victim Again

Some Temple University alumni have called for me to face disciplinary charges because I wrote about a group of black female teenagers on campus who harassed me, threatened me, and spat on me. In a letter to the student newspaper, the alumni defended the anti-Semitic comments of Marc Lamont Hill, praising his analysis while disparaging … Continue reading I Am a Racist Again, Not a Victim Again