Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2-7-18 Email, Big League Politics as Drudge, Dem Silence, 78th Trimester abortion & the Covington Offensive

There is a particular phrase from Stacy McCain piece concerning Joe Rickets' emails and their regular leakage that deserves a word or two. Let us stipulate that almost anyone has stuff in their email account which, if made public , could be embarrassing This brings up an axiom that I have been saying since the … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2-7-18 Email, Big League Politics as Drudge, Dem Silence, 78th Trimester abortion & the Covington Offensive

A visit to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum and a look back

By John Ruberry Little Marathon Pundit and I were on vacation earlier this month and our travels brought us to Wisconsin and Michigan. On our final day of that trip we visited the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, just six days prior to the 105th anniversary of the birth of the 38th … Continue reading A visit to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum and a look back

Nomenklatura on the Rise

by baldilocks I just spent more minutes than I should have arguing with a Twitter-bot about Jesus the Christ, so I'm a little late today. (Sorry, Peter.) As an excuse In my defense, I do like to keep my arguing skills up and hadn't done it in while. It's like riding a bicycle! Anyway, like … Continue reading Nomenklatura on the Rise

Why I’m Against Black History Month…and For It (Part 3)

by baldilocks Series originally published in 2014. Finale; edited. See Part 1 and Part 2. Why White People Should Care Many persons believe that the history of black Americans is worthless—a belief which stems from three factors: 1) that much of widely-known African history and the history of Americans who are black consists of victimization: … Continue reading Why I’m Against Black History Month…and For It (Part 3)

Why I’m Against Black History Month…and For It (Part 2)

by baldilocks Series originally published in 2014. In the first part, I expressed my ambivalence toward Black History Month; here, I mean to make the case for its necessity. The Second Mind A few months back, a person at another blog asked this question:  how has America’s slave history affected present-day black Americans? The answer … Continue reading Why I’m Against Black History Month…and For It (Part 2)

Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven

I made a pilgrimage to the former home and gravesite of two of my favorite rock ‘n’ roll performers: Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison. Hendrix moved into 23 Brook Street in London in 1968, and two years ago, the bedroom and living room of the home have become a museum. Ironically, the legendary composer George … Continue reading Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven

Sin City Is Getting A Whole Lot Hotter (And Why That’s A Good Thing)

I have an online friend named Alison. Alison is smart, witty, and quite attractive. Unfortunately, Alison is also dealing with a pancreas from hell, this manifesting itself in numerous hospitalizations including one at the present time. Prayers for her healing are requested. Alison recently moved to Las Vegas. No, not because she wants to be … Continue reading Sin City Is Getting A Whole Lot Hotter (And Why That’s A Good Thing)

American Success Stories/What Makes America Great: Paulo

Sunday Sept 3rd 7:54 am This morning when I woke up I was going to write about the exchange between the Daily Caller and Stacy McCain concerning Saturday's Event in Leominster (advance tickets still available here) so I grabbed my laptop and heading downstairs so as not to disturb my sleeping with I planted myself … Continue reading American Success Stories/What Makes America Great: Paulo