I've written very little about politics lately as I've been concentrating on my Lenten Reflections and my interviews from the Catholic Men's Conference so here are a few thoughts on what's going on. I'm completely amazed at the left's inability to abandon the Mueller Report. The longer it keeps going on the more likely the … Continue reading muellermaddness, fight415, aclu, Chicago and Israeli Elections Under the Fedora
The movie unplanned is a movie full of emotion that generates many feelings among those who view it. For myself two things came instantly to mind. The first I've already written about, namely the movie being a modern version of the China Syndrome except based on fact rather than fiction. The second is more profound … Continue reading Unplanned Movie Featuring Abby Johnson as Saul
By John Ruberry As we are in the Lenten season it is natural to look at Christ's life and teachings--even if you are not a person of faith or you are a believer of a non-Christian religion. In these reflections, however, what is often overlooked is that Jesus faced three temptations. I was reminded of … Continue reading We have our own Hero’s Journey to fulfill
There has been a lot of effort by a lot of people to keep you from seeing the movie "Unplanned". Networks have refused ads, celebs have attacked the film, there have been twitter shenanigans and to the surprise of nobody the mainstream media's reviews of the movie "Unplanned" are full of dismissive critique with the … Continue reading Unplanned Abortion’s “The China Syndrome”
...except maybe for the cops going after you for "misgendering" someone: Caroline Farrow said Surrey Police wants to “conduct a taped interview under caution” because of tweets posted in October.They were made after she appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain with Susie Green, whose daughter Jackie is transgender…Speaking to the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme, Ms … Continue reading Remember Redefining Marriage will not affect you…
Think of where we're been for decades. For as long as I can remember Newspapers and Television and have been about electing Democrats. When Cable News became a thing it was the same and when internet journalism became a thing it did as well. To be sure there was the occasional exception and one could … Continue reading #muellermaddness What Would Trump Have paid to put the MSM/Hollywood/Left in this Light?
I've been pretty hard on Justice Roberts aka "Old Yellowstain" as he has thrown his supposedly conservative principles to the wind on issues like Obamacare so it's only fair that I complement him when he reminds us that he is capable of being the conservative that he claims to be: From the beginning, the decision … Continue reading Wednesday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Score one for Roberts, No Incentive needed, The Slaves of “Freeattle”, Beating Depression and Unsettled Science
...then this is the least surprising story in the world: At Stanford, she said, she saw students rely on their parents to set up play dates with people in their dorm or complain to their child’s employers when an internship didn’t lead to a job. The root cause, she said, was parents who had never … Continue reading If you’re read or watched any Evan Sayet…
Last October, early one morning I was walking to BART as part of my mornin’ truckin’ to work. Minding my own business, not bothering anyone. Everything was fine. For a while. Now, the portion of the San Francisco Bay Area where I am located, or as I prefer to think in the Bay Area but … Continue reading “The Long Winter” by Bill Walden and Allie Hammond brings genuine warmth to hurting souls
With Radio Stations removing Michael Jackson from their playlists and even the Simpsons are removing his episode from their rotation and new DVD it's easy to forget that the revelations in the latest Documentary concerning Michael Jackson and children not only confirmed things that the general public suspected was true. However it's much more important … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Michael Who? (TV) Movies of the 30’s The Orville, Get Ready for $8 Pizza, More Titles for Boston?
As I look at the events of the last few days I can't help but see history repeating itself. There was a time when a percentage of Democrats did not favor slavery, as that percentage dropped you had northern Democrats saying while they didn't approve of slavery's expansion they were willing to let it remain … Continue reading Next for Democrats The “Personally Opposed to Antisemitism” Phase
by baldilocks Randall Kennedy: A student read a sentence in class from James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time: "You can only be destroyed by believing that you really are what the white world calls a ni**er. [edited for DTGB sensibilities throughout]" Airing the N-word caused a commotion. The professor leading the class, Philip Adamo, asked the students … Continue reading On Refusing to Let Others Pull Your Strings
Prime Minister Jim Hacker: A British National is facing a barbaric punishment for a trivial offense committed in a foreign country, the foreign office is there to protect British NationalsSir Humphrey Appleby: The Foreign Office is there to protect British InterestsPrime Minister Jim Hacker: It's not in her interest to be flogged.Sir Humphrey Appleby: It's … Continue reading Illan Omar (D-MN) Channels Tip O’Neill’s counting skills
Shocked as many people were when New York passed its recent pro-abortion law (with a handful of other states heading in the same direction), they might not realize that at least one other state - my own New Hampshire - has been the Wild West for abortion for more than twenty years. When then-Governor Jeanne … Continue reading Getting Out of Abortion-Law Quagmire, A Step at a Time
Yesterday I talked about how the episodes Identity parts 1 & 2 confirmed that the Orville belonged in the front row of Science Fiction by more than default, but did you notice the conservative theme in the episode that must be driving the left crazy? The episode turned on a single idea, that collective guilt … Continue reading …and did you notice The Orville’s message against collective guilt?