A Pastor’s Prayer for The President of The United States and For All Leaders In Authority

Through the years, I have developed a great love for the narrative portions of the Old Testament which are historical in nature. Many Biblical scholars write that the book of Joshua (a name that means “The LORD is Salvation”) through the book of Queen Esther, marks the beginnings of the works that are known as … Continue reading A Pastor’s Prayer for The President of The United States and For All Leaders In Authority

Gaming the Disability System

At the beginning of every semester, I receive several letters of accommodation for students with disabilities. Usually, the letters describe learning rather than physical disabilities. Unfortunately, the Americans with Disabilities Act, a noble gesture to eliminate discrimination and physical barriers, has increasingly become a means for college students to game the academic system for better … Continue reading Gaming the Disability System

And the winners are JD Rucker, RH/RG36B & Christopher Harper UPDATE JD Twice a week!

Well the tryouts for DaTechGuy's Magnificent Prospects are over and we have three winners. Christopher Harper, Journalism professor at Temple University and longtime member of the MSM drew the most support from DaTipJar and was literally under a hit per post behind our 2nd place finisher in total hits. He will be joining Baldilocks as … Continue reading And the winners are JD Rucker, RH/RG36B & Christopher Harper UPDATE JD Twice a week!

Mother Teresa & HRC go way back

Mother Teresa will be canonized on September 4, giving formal acknowledgment of the obvious: she led a life of heroic virtue in service to others. She's worth emulating. Her work took her around the world, and she spent time with all kinds of world leaders. In 1994, she was the main speaker at the National … Continue reading Mother Teresa & HRC go way back

Restoring our Constitutional Republic: A how to guide

Contrary to what is taught in colleges and promoted by the media today; the government created by the US Constitution is not a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. About a century ago progressives began systematically transforming this country from a constitutional republic into a European style parliamentary democracy. They accomplished this by elevating laws … Continue reading Restoring our Constitutional Republic: A how to guide

A True American Ally

A woman in the Kurdish military recently shot and killed a senior commander of the self-proclaimed Islamic State who once kept her as a sex slave. After more than 50 people at a Kurdish wedding died in an attack by Islamic terrorists, Turkey finally decided this week to launch a serious assault against the self-proclaimed … Continue reading A True American Ally

Politically Correct equals Newspeak

I first encountered political correctness back in September of 1991 when I first attended the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.  It became immediately apparent to me that this political correct nonsense was a dangerous form of Orwellian censorship.  Newspeak, from George Orwell’s 1984, leapt to mind the first time I encountered the PC thought police … Continue reading Politically Correct equals Newspeak

A Godless Olympics

Even with the iconic statue of Jesus Christ watching over the Rio Olympics, NBC and mainstream media outlets have chosen to ignore the importance of religion among athletes. For example, swimmer Michael Phelps, one of the greatest Olympians ever, lost his way until he found God a few years ago. "I was a train wreck. … Continue reading A Godless Olympics

The intoxicating history of beer

Most likely the first individuals to brew a beer like substance were lazy farmers who invented this marvelous beverage completely by accident.  These slothful farmers left grains outside and the grains were allowed to sit in water for an extended period of time.  This caused natural enzymes in the grain to convert the starches into … Continue reading The intoxicating history of beer

Every State Should Adopt the Nebraska-Maine Method for Assigning Electoral College Votes

It's not always fun being a conservative in California. When election day comes around, I'm used to casting my symbolic vote knowing that none of my candidates for national races have a chance of winning. It was the opposite when I lived in Oklahoma. I couldn't lose. Oh, what fun it would be to live in … Continue reading Every State Should Adopt the Nebraska-Maine Method for Assigning Electoral College Votes

Worried about the Court? Then worry about the Senate

I suspect that those of us who find Trump & Hillary equally unacceptable are going to be voted off the conservative island before this election's over. I'm being harangued by perfectly nice people saying "butbutbut HILLARY!!", along with what's supposed to be the clincher: "Supreme Court!" An awful prospect, to be sure. The thing is, … Continue reading Worried about the Court? Then worry about the Senate

The ‘BS’ Factor

This just in from The New York Times: Journalists are having trouble being objective about Donald Trump. Seriously? Here’s what the red, old lady had to say recently: “If you view a Trump presidency as something that’s potentially dangerous, then your reporting is going to reflect that. You would move closer than you’ve ever been … Continue reading The ‘BS’ Factor

Climate Change has become a Religion

To a great many on the political left climate change has become a religion. They believe passionately in man caused global warming despite a lack of any valid scientific evidence.  There is plenty of evidence but is it valid scientific evidence?  No it is not. If you examine this evidence closely you will see it … Continue reading Climate Change has become a Religion

Proof: Conservative Activism can Work, Even in California

"Activism" has become a word and a concept co-opted by the left to represent their various missions. Environmental activists, LGBT activists, and pro-choice activists feel that they are the true activists in America while conservatives are often given different titles such as "Tea Party patriots" or "religious freedom defenders." Yesterday, true conservative activism won a … Continue reading Proof: Conservative Activism can Work, Even in California

Ads say the darnedest things

As a social media nerd (perhaps you know the type), I take note of the political ads in the sidebars and footers of the blogs and pages I follow. The unseen forces that affect ad-placing algorithms have figured out that I'm pro-life, and most of the political ads I see are for more-or-less pro-life candidates. … Continue reading Ads say the darnedest things