Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season

The scam that is the SPLC is finally starting to unravel: Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard Cohen resigned Friday, in the latest blow to the embattled left-wing nonprofit.Cohen’s resignation came nine days after the SPLC fired co-founder Morris Dees on March 13, citing unspecified conduct issues.Cohen announced his resignation in a staff-wide email Friday evening, the … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season

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

More on Nathan Phillips

by baldilocks From the blogger formerly known as Neo Neocon: The role of [Nathan] Phillips himself was (and still is) felt by the right to be the following: that he purposely stirred up the initial face-to-face confrontation, that he lied about his military service, lied when he stated the boys had said “build the wall,” … Continue reading More on Nathan Phillips

While We Weren’t Looking

by baldilocks A transformation. Fundamental? When most people think of citizenship, they think of their nation’s constitution or the rights guaranteed to them in the law. They will think of their obligations to their country, like paying taxes, obeying the law and defending the nation. In the West, a citizen is pretty much as the … Continue reading While We Weren’t Looking

Silenced and Broke

by baldilocks Some mock as a conspiracy theory the notion of a financial elite gathering to impose its will on the rabble. Meanwhile, theory has become fact. It is the most totalitarian form of blacklisting: not just to be prevented from speaking on a university campus, or to be kicked off social media, but to be … Continue reading Silenced and Broke

Your Five Favorite Posts of 2018 and a Special Honorable Mention

2018 was a very down year for me, It was the 1st year since 2014 that my traffic dropped although this year's 22% drop pales next to '14's 54% it's quite a disappointment after three straight years of 10% growth or better. Bad year or no there were post that lead the rest and in … Continue reading Your Five Favorite Posts of 2018 and a Special Honorable Mention

My 2018 Posts That You Might Not Have Noticed

by baldilocks In order of earliest to most recent, these are some of my favorite posts from last year. They didn't necessarily get the most traffic, but I liked them -- mostly due to cracking myself up. Enjoy. Libyan Slave Markets and Jumping Into The Fire We all know that Arab Muslims have been buying and … Continue reading My 2018 Posts That You Might Not Have Noticed

The Five Posts You Were Least Interested in for 2018

There are a lot of top ten / top five lists that come out at the end of the year but one of the things I tend to do every year is to put up the five post at the site that you liked the least. I do this for two reasons, one to give … Continue reading The Five Posts You Were Least Interested in for 2018

Dec 7th A Day I will always remember fondly thanks to you

Today is the 77th Pearl Harbor day which is remembered as a day of Infamy. Today is also my brother's 64th birthday (which some might also consider a day of infamy) but for me Dec 7th will always be the day when everything turned around for me. A year ago yesterday I had been laid … Continue reading Dec 7th A Day I will always remember fondly thanks to you

Under the Fedora 10 Years at DaTechGuyblog

10 Years ago when the internet and the blogisphere was much younger I launched this blog to keep me busy as I searched for the replacement for the best job I ever had. When I did I had no idea where that would lead, here are some thoughts on the subject combined with some observations … Continue reading Under the Fedora 10 Years at DaTechGuyblog

Troll-Feeding and You

by baldilocks I was just thinking about trolls; rather fondly, in fact. There are very few on my Facebook page, because I run a tight ship there. I don't want my parents, nieces and nephews rushing in to defend me when some imbecile insults me, so, while my page is set for anyone to read, … Continue reading Troll-Feeding and You

I Officially Demand Press Access to the White House and Press Briefings For DatechGuyblog.com based on Judge Kelly’s Ruling

An Open letter to the White House press office Dear White House Press Office Given this ruling: Federal judge Timothy J. Kelly sided with CNN on Friday, ordering the White House to reinstate chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass. The ruling was an initial victory for CNN in its lawsuit against President Trump … Continue reading I Officially Demand Press Access to the White House and Press Briefings For DatechGuyblog.com based on Judge Kelly’s Ruling

Hey DaTechGuy: What the Hell is going on with that Blog of Yours?

That's a very good question and I wish I had a good answer.  It seems several of my themes have spontaneously began generating script errors. the errors have been very random and have come and gone which has been a real problem, even worse they have varied by browser.  It seemed as soon as I … Continue reading Hey DaTechGuy: What the Hell is going on with that Blog of Yours?

Stacy McCain on the Road Again, Hit his Tip Jar

One of the drawbacks of depending on a regular full time job for income and hosting the Catholic Radio show Your Prayer Intentions (incidentally the event Saturday went very well) is that the flexibility I once had to just go off and do a road trip to cover congressional elections is pretty much gone for … Continue reading Stacy McCain on the Road Again, Hit his Tip Jar

Voices of CMN 2018 Catholic Blogger Kathleen Billings Contributing Author: Amazing Grace For Mothers

I speak to Catholic Author and Catholic Blogger Kathleen Billings about the Book Amazing Grace for Mothers at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network in Lancaster PA Her Own blog Seasons of the Heart and Home is here. She also writes for Catholic Mom.com You can buy Amazing Grace for Mothers Here. I saved Kathleen's story … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Catholic Blogger Kathleen Billings Contributing Author: Amazing Grace For Mothers