Several important facts about the early years of the Pilgrims, after they landed in Plymouth, are omitted from the current telling of their history. Few know today that the Pilgrims experimented with the kind of communal living that was advocated by Plato. This collectivist experiment nearly doomed the colony, contributing greatly to much suffering in … Continue reading Collectivism nearly doomed the Pilgrims
My 30th Anniversary Atlanta/Alabama trip with DaWife a few months ago was a real revelation. Before Robert Stacy McCain first urged me to go to CPAC in 2010 and I became a bit known I did little or no traveling. Post CPAC I traveled for pretty much the first time in my life but always chasing … Continue reading A Thanksgiving Gift Courtesy of President Trump
For Thanksgiving I thought it would be a good idea to do a few interviews with people on what they were thankful for. I was given this chance at our Thanksgiving party at work asking those attending if they would care to answer the question "What are you thankful for?" on camera. Three people took … Continue reading Three Voices Giving Thanks in America
Mayim Bialik not withstanding there is a lot to be Thankful for this Thanksgiving for Americans and those lucky enough to come here. And one of the things we have to be thankful for is Capitalism perfectly Illustrated by of all things rotisserie chickens sold by Market Basket stores. If you go to any Market … Continue reading Giving Thanks for Capitalism and Market Basket Chicken
What kind of political party distributes talking points for people to use during Thanksgiving Dinner? Those Democrats sure know how to have a good time. While the rest of us are looking forward to family reunions and delicious turkey dinners, the Democratic Party is coaching its faithful on how to win political arguments. This is … Continue reading Why Democrats are losing in the heartland: Thanksgiving Day Talking points
Fever. Chills. Daggers in my throat every time I swallow. Having strep throat on Thanksgiving is my perfect little personal metaphor to place on this strange election cycle. Every Presidential election has its ups and downs, but in my lifetime I've never seen anything that comes close to the nauseating twists and turns we were … Continue reading 7 political blessings to Tweet on Thanksgiving 2016
By A.P. Dillon It's been just over two years since I joined Da Tech Guy's Magnificent 7 team and I can barely believe how fast the time went. I've written an article a week on topic ranging from exposing far left networks to Obamacare and Common Core to key political races. The time has flown, indeed. Looking … Continue reading Giving Thanks For Two Years At Da Tech Guy Blog
Today is Thanksgiving and today I give thanks to God for my wife, my family, my life, my friends, my readers & writers and even the 3rd shift job I'll be hitting tonight at 10:30. However I noticed something odd today at Mass this morning. During his homily Fr. Dolan noted that rather than the … Continue reading Thanksgiving: Just who are we thanking on this “Secular” Holiday?
By A.P. Dillon The rising of the oceans was supposed to slow. The planet was supposed to heal. We were promised flying cars... Yes we can! Perfect juxtaposition of Obama's general lack of awareness. #ferguson https://t.co/pANKg7YzG2 — Ben Howe (@BenHowe) November 25, 2014 On this Thanksgiving Day, we're supposed to take stock of how blessed we … Continue reading Giving Thanks and Flying Cars
Over the last several years you have seen a lot of complaining concerning things in the US and how they've been. The primary reason for those complaints involves the difference between what the country has been and could be and what it is. However even with all that has been foolishly done by this Administration, … Continue reading You have more to be thankful for than you realize
Thanksgiving Day is my favorite holiday of the year. As my friend Perla puts it, it's a holiday everyone celebrates, no matter their religion. I would add to that, it is a holiday one can celebrate in ways small - alone, when circumstances demand, or big - in public or in private. I also like … Continue reading On thankfulness and apple pie
It’s Thanksgiving. Time for one of my train of thought diatribes that will either make fans of those reading and have them heading back for seconds or have people humming Crazy Train by the end of the article. Maybe a bit of both. Anyhoo -- It’s also time to reflect on what we’re grateful for, … Continue reading The Peanuts, Myles Standish and R.E.M
Today is Thanksgiving Day and for the first in a very long time is also the first day of Hanukkah a lot of you reading this are likely spending the morning either cooking or preparing to eat a huge meal. But later tonight a lot of you are going to be online and tomorrow even … Continue reading A Warning to be Thankful for from Bernard PC
It's the day before thanksgiving, today the mob scene at Romano's down the street is only minutes away from starting: I had totally forgotten about St. Patrick's day, it's so busy because he corns tons of beef right on the premises as we documented a year ago. I'll head back later in the day to … Continue reading Romano’s Mkt. the calm before the Thanksgiving storm
...he just doesn't know it yet: I am not Catholic – my ancestors were Ulster Scots, and I remain proudly Protestant – but over the years many Catholic readers have been attracted to this blog by my advocacy of a pro-family, pro-life philosophy which owes much to the doctrine expounded in Humanae Vitae. If you … Continue reading After reading this piece I think Stacy McCain is a Catholic….