It was part of a nine post series called "The common thread of the left" that dealt with a bunch of topics from abortion and life to Benghazi and in the final post of the series noted the commonality of purpose of the left allows Islam an exception to all of their rules for one … Continue reading I Answered “Why the Left Loves Islam?” Question Back in 2013…
Andrew Klavan is exactly right here on net censorship of conservatives: What conservatives have to understand is that this is the central fight we’re in. This is where the battle for the soul of the future is taking place. We have to remember that we are not just on the right, we are in the … Continue reading The best fight is living your life in the real world.
Ever since high school I’ve been a huge Metallica fan. For some reason I’ve always enjoyed violent music, whether it be Punk, alternative hardcore, or thrash metal. Most people who know me find this strange because I’m such a mellow, soft spoken, nonviolent person. The message contained in Metallica lyrics appeals more to me than … Continue reading Metallica – Heavy Metal Monsters with a Libertarian Message
If you want to understand why 33 Million isn't a penny too little for punitive damages against Oberlin college all you need to read is this paragraph from the Legal Insurrection coverage of the case: The damage was worse than most realize. On a walk through campus several weekends ago, this reporter talked to about … Continue reading Why 33 Million wasn’t enough for Oberlin
I’ve seen the ludicrous assertion that capitalism has a body count comparable to that of socialism bouncing around the internet with regularity. That assertion has also become the central theme of far too many college courses. To begin the research necessary to debunk this myth I did a Google search for the phrase “capitalism body … Continue reading Did Capitalism Really Kill Millions?
Don Surber notes some stats on Prison Reform "And overall, the average decrease was 73 months said the report, titled U.S. Sentencing Commission First Step Act of 2018 Resentencing Provisions Retroactivity Data Report."The average original sentence was 239 months (20 years).The average new sentence was 166 months (14 years).The average age of the inmate receiving … Continue reading Economic Prison Reform, Educational Sacrilege, Straight vs Gay Pride, The Discovery Channel, evidence and Insanity Under the fedora.
Yesterday I came home pissed. For what has been seemingly the umpteenth time in the last several months at work the stuff I left in the fridge or freezer had been raided. As the only white non-Spanish or Portuguese speaking American man in building not in management and seemingly the only person this has been … Continue reading Why So Many in the University Left NEED D-Day Forgotten
If you wonder how our university system managed to turn out people like this. Ask yourself this question. If you were a nation or nations that opposed the US what is the most cost effective weapons system? Investing tens of millions on armaments that will be obsolete in a few years or in hundreds of … Continue reading The University Weapon System, Hey You Wanted GA & AL in the Union, Competing Heartbeats and when “Hate” isn’t newsworthy Under the Fedora
Almost a half century ago a young Nun in the North facing a serious operation made a vow that if he allowed her to walk after said operation she would go south and found a monastery there. Mother Angelica kept that vow and from her Monastery eventually came EWTN the worldwide Catholic network based in … Continue reading Mother Angelica Strikes in Alabama
Normally of course a school shooting is something that the left wants to embrace in order to advance their agenda. Every single such event leads to long extended coverage for weeks and the desire for "conversation" however the shooting at the Colorado STEM school has quickly become to the MSM and the left an event … Continue reading Why the left wants you to forget the Colorado STEM Shooting
When I read the story about the Alabama Democrat Representative John Rogers was that a Catholic who is personally pro-life was saying this: "Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later," Rogers said. "You bring them in the world unwanted, unloved, you send them to the electric chair. So, … Continue reading Black Democrat in Alabama Circa 2019 or White Democrat in Alabama Circa 1940?
Ok so Charlize Theron's 7 year old thinks he is a girl and Theron who has apparently not embraced the power of NO! is going along with it and being celebrated for it by the press. It make one wonder what she would call her son on, for example if her (am I allowed to … Continue reading Imagine if Theron’s Son thought he was Trump
...then we must conclude that actual racism in the United States of the sort that prevents people from living one's life and bettering one's position is practically non-existent. Those who were freed from cruel slavery in the 1860's subject to the violence of the Klan in the 1880's, held back by Jim Crow in the … Continue reading If Your Big Issue to Fight Racism is Kate Smith singing God Bless America…
There is actually a very easy way to deal with the insanity of the world today. A way that my parents and their parents understood. A way that leaders like Churchill and Washington and Lincoln understood, a way that is so simple that people once they discover it are amazed at the power it holds. … Continue reading Embrace the Power of NO!
Palm Sunday is in many ways the oddest day in Lent. We open the mass with the celebration of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem and the blessing of the palms and then quickly pivot to the Lord's Passion and Crucifixion. It's quite a contrast but it's a great example of the fickle nature of the world. … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Sixth Sunday in Lent (Palm Sunday) The Fickle World