...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
Yesterday we talked about hidden treasures in the faith today I'd like to talk about some treasures that are not hidden but might not be recognized for what they are. At mass this week there was an inordinate amount of background noise from a plethora of young children under five all making noise at once … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 5th Tuesday in Lent: Unhidden Treasures
And then the networks can explain why they have refused ads for them and why twitter blocked them. Of course that might me the move that finally gets twitter to ban the President, because I guarantee you at once point in the election season it will happen.
The mistaken belief among about fifty percent of the younger generations that socialism is superior to capitalism can be traced back to the indoctrination that passes for education on our college campuses. The roots of this indoctrination can be traced back to the destruction of objective truth, which was popularized by the Frankfurt School of … Continue reading The Frankfurt School, the destruction of objective truth, and college indoctrination
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
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?
The irony of reading Andrew Sullivan denouncing the racism of the black Hebrews and attacks of the media on the Covington kids on the receiving end of it reminds one that the fellow who coined the phrase "Christionist" and spent years going after Sarah Palin is not lost on me. But I can't help but … Continue reading Non Tweets 1/30 Andrew Sullivan’s Covington Irony, SOTU, Guns #1, Guns #2 & SABLE Washington opens with a win
As I mentioned in an earlier post last weekend I starting watching the classic 1952 TV series Victory at Sea for the first time. That might be a bit of a surprise to some of you, both my grey beard and the fact that my father served in the Pacific in World War 2 would … Continue reading Victory at Sea History before the Culture Wars
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT — Piggy-backing on Pete’s post in reference to Stacy McCain’s post, I feel obliged to chime in on that conversation for a moment. Both Pete and Stacy referenced Tucker Carlson and his discussion of the deteriorating social fabric and I’m all in agreement on that. No discord here on what either … Continue reading On Muses and Journalism
Yesterday I was coming into the house after bringing my youngest to work. He was scheduled for 5 pm to close but was called in early. He had been offered five extra hours but decided on taking only three. I was a tad disappointed that he didn't take the full three hours until I got … Continue reading Stacy McCain and Why we fight the culture war
The most powerful people in the United States are those that declare themselves to be offended; if they are of the liberal political persuasion, that is. In most cases, they will be granted immediate attention by the liberal media, and whatever offends them will be immediately banned. This is the end result of over two … Continue reading The perpetually offended have inherited the earth
During the past two weeks I saw two Conservative friends post rather derogatory items about Libertarians on Facebook, and Libertarians do the same about Conservatives. That is just a small sampling of what I‘ve seen since I’ve been on social media. At times it appears there is an all out war between the two sides … Continue reading Why do Conservatives and Libertarians squabble so much?
This article is most likely hypothetical because it appears that the Republican Party’s chances of maintaining control of the House of Representatives have increased since the Justice Kavanaugh debacle, and the Senate was never really in play. I could be mistaken because most of the polls are unreliable and the media coverage is deeply biased. … Continue reading Democrats retaking the House would be a Pyrrhic Victory