This Breitbart article makes it appear that Microsoft is beginning the process of censoring political speech. Without consulting with its users, Microsoft has installed an establishment media browser extension, purportedly designed to rate the accuracy of news websites, as a default extension on mobile versions of its Edge browser. In practice, it creates a news … Continue reading Is Microsoft hopping on the censoring political speech bandwagon?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – I’ve never been to a funeral for a dog before, but yesterday I attended a memorial service for five-year old Braveheart. It was heartbreaking. I have been writing about this dog since 2013; I posted a couple of those on this blog. I know some of you are thinking: a … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Remembering Braveheart 2013-2019
One week ago Kathy Tran's (D-VA) abortion till the day of birth bill was came out of Virginia: Gilbert: Where it’s obvious a woman is about to give birth, that she has physical signs that she is about to give birth. Would that be a point at which she could still request an abortion if … Continue reading Gov Ralph Northam (D-VA) Demonstrates that the Lord Works in Mysterious Ways
It very much looks like Governor Northam of Virginia will be an ex governor before this day is through but I want to point something from the coverage PBS, CNN & MSNBC coverage that my youngest noticed. When dealing with the Covington story and the Kavanaugh story activists and journalist were all loudly and passionately … Continue reading Non-Tweets Under the Fedora: 2/2 Northam & the Media, A Question for Julia Beck, Jazmine who?, Honest Dems, and Zachary shuts Down St. Louis
It's safe to say the Democrats are still not happy that President Trump won the last presidential election. Their first order of business upon taking the House of Representatives was to introduce a piece of legislation that tries to make it difficult for Republicans to win future elections. The legislation is HR.1 For the People … Continue reading Democrats are trying to take control of our electoral system
On the last Sunday of the month we publish the Worcester Tea Party’s newsletter: This Month in Liberty. For February our introduction was about the government shutdown as a contest of wills between the President and Congress which comes from irreconcilable differences on an important issue. As is frequently the case ugly replies come in … Continue reading Nobody cares what you know until they know that you care
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity. Hanlon's Razor Now I know, brothers, that you acted out of ignorance, Acts 3:17 I get it, I really do, you really Really REALLY REALLY don't like that Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump. I understand that you hate it even more that not … Continue reading MAGA Hat Hysteria is Ignorant, Evil or both.
I read this story that Sarah Hoyt linked at her overnight Instapundit stint (btw one of the great invocations at the site that I look forward to regularly) a bit ago and while the piece at the declination referring to what is happening in France is the "New Tea Party" is a natural comparison I'd … Continue reading One Point Sarah Hoyt’s “New Tea Party” Post Linked at Instapundit
Those who just just examine the well publicized official guidelines are likely to miss the progressive indoctrination that is, sometimes subtly, buried in the Common Core curriculum. This Townhall article provides a perfect example. Legislators and citizens and self-professed school reformers should read a little more into the document. An inch and a half below … Continue reading Common Core is Progressive Indoctrination
...that they can likely avoid facing the angel moms and dads or even worse the Covington kids at the SOTU and having to decide if they are going to clap and piss off the left or sit and frown and piss off the voters they need. At least for now. That's what's going on, nothing … Continue reading Freshman Dems Thanking Pelosi…
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Folks in Louisiana are salty today as a result of the terrible officiating in the Superdome yesterday. My social media feeds are filled with images of voodoo dolls in referee stripes. From WWLTV this morning: A crucial non-interference, non-helmet-to-helmet call cost the Saints a spot in the Super Bowl and … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Saints Fans Salty this Morning
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?
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.
I was never one of those kids who wanted to run off and join the circus, but I was always rather fascinated with that gypsy, nomadic kind of lifestyle and the various dynamic elements at play in the carnival life. Who wouldn't love to travel around the country, meet new people, develop a sort of … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Miraculum Review
Today is the last day of Christmas until December of this year. As is traditional for me I've kept my Santa hat on over my fedora during the entire season. You would be surprised how positive people react to this, particularly when this is done by a jolly chubby man with a big gray beard. … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora on the Last day of Christmas, Failed Popes, SF Medical Bills, Starbuck Needles and KOC Secret Plan