Time to interrupt my final two Stacy McCain posts to comment a little on the issues of the day/week. There have been attacks in London and Paris this week. In Paris the target was just one policeman in London the underground but the most amazing thing about both attacks is the continuing unwillingness of either people … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under the Fedora: London, Violence, and the Left war on, well everything.
Ever since the nomination of President Trump the media began to recycle those tired old clichés. I’m sure you know the ones I'm talking about. The most often recited claims are that all those on the political right are Fascists and those same people are all bigots. Neither of those claims is remotely true but … Continue reading Why do the media insist on distorting the political spectrum?
Marshall Rooster Cogburn: ...you can forget about your duty. Eula Goodnight: Your own General Lee thought it was the most beautiful word in the English language. Marshall Rooster Cogburn: What the devil do you know of General Lee? Eula Goodnight: That he was a christian gentleman who was soundly whipped in the field by Yankees! … Continue reading My Confederate Monument Opinion is the Same as the Union Soldiers who where shot at
To say I was disgusted by this AP story is an understatement but I'd like to remind everyone who shares this disgust with where we are what made this possible: It was made possible when Democrats in the 90's insisted that "civil unions" would not lead to gay marriage and Republicans Insisted there was no … Continue reading A Quick Reminder of How We got to Transgender Toddlers Stories
Sheldon Cooper: ...But you do bring up an interesting point. I don’t have to break new ground here, I’m sure much of the research already exists. Leonard Hofstadter: No! no, my point is, if you want to learn how to make friends, then just go out to a coffee shop or a museum. Meet people. … Continue reading Emma Lindsay: A Missing Consideration and an Untapped Resource
I spoke to Sr. John Dominic Rasmussen of the Dominican Sisters of Mary at the Catholic Marketing Network She was a tough interview to get, everyone seemed to want to speak with her, finally I had to pack up my equipment and go to her booth to get the job done. I loved what I … Continue reading Sr. John Dominic & Education in Virtue or Planned Parenthood and Education in Masturbation, Your Choice
Tuesday I was reading an excellent piece at the NY Post by Salma Zito on Canadian's opinions concerning President Trump when I saw this piece highlighted on the side that made my jaw drop My first reaction is "you're kidding me" alas they're not. An internet vlogger has stunned viewers with the reason she let … Continue reading Lena Nersesian the Tami Erin Trap and the actual solution
“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Queen of Hearts, Alice in Wonderland “When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” Humpty Dumpty, Through the Looking Glass Our Constitution is meant to provide the framework within which a government that “derives its just … Continue reading Through the Looking Glass in Boston
Harry Baker: Do whatever you want, live like a bum. Alan Baker: Why am I a bum? Harry Baker: Are you married? Alan Baker: No Harry Baker: Then you're a bum Come blow your horn 1963 This story from the NY Post got me laughing: When Scott, a male model who says he’s in his … Continue reading Surgery Won’t Buy these Rich Men Happiness
For many years I’ve been attempting to raise the alarm about the loss of our rights and our freedoms. You would expect that my posts would be met with outrage by my Facebook friends or Twitter followers, who should have notice the same erosion of our rights. You would expect most of my friends would … Continue reading Why do so few people care about losing their rights?
O'Reilly: Don't you ever say that again about your fathers, because they are not cowards. You think I am brave because I carry a gun; well, your fathers are much braver because they carry responsibility, for you, your brothers, your sisters, and your mothers. And this responsibility is like a big rock that weighs a … Continue reading The Courage of Monotony
April is National Frog Month, and frogs are awesome - unless you happen to be a hyper-sensitive SJW snowflake, of course, because then you need to get all offended and join your fellow travelers in online bullying campaigns to censor the appearance of the innocent amphibians from invading your precious safe spaces. A clothing company … Continue reading Trigger Happy Frog Haterz
O my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins because of Thy just punishments, but most of all because they offend Thee, my God, Who art all-good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to sin no more and … Continue reading Mike Pence has “avoiding the proximate occasions of sin” Nailed
but I suspect even though the MSM will avoid it like the plague it will spread all over social media. But over the past few years, I'd say 4-5 that I noticed. Men...who were in some stage of transition and making every attempt to be a woman from mascara to heels. Transgenders who certainly felt … Continue reading Disney would like this story to go away
I was having a conversation with a friend recently who told me he was not optimistic about society, while I said we would both live to see things get better. However here are a few stories on the web that support his view: Item, How dare you not want a woman with a penis (via … Continue reading Four Stories that make me shake my head