Winning in the War on Christmas

By John Ruberry The War on Christmas, the secular-progressives' assault on Christmas and yes, religion, is fading away. And Christmas is winning. In today's video message to our military, some of whom of course belong to faiths other than Christianity, President Trump beamed, "I just want to wish everybody a very, very Merry Christmas, we … Continue reading Winning in the War on Christmas

Steve DiNatale smiling in Fitchburg Kim Davis Smiling in Kentucky

Yesterday was election day and there are several stories to tell. On the local level Steve Dinatale left the Massachusetts State Legislature to run for mayor of fitchburg and his choice was rewarded with 74% of the vote in a city that has not been shy about voting for republicans like Scott Brown. I hope Dinatale … Continue reading Steve DiNatale smiling in Fitchburg Kim Davis Smiling in Kentucky

21st century way: Unhappy with a business? Harass them online

By John Ruberry Twenty years ago if you were unhappy with a business, let's say a check out clerk was rude to you or you were served a rotten meal, you had some effective ways of getting back. Of course these methods still exist. You can never patronize that business again and tell your friends … Continue reading 21st century way: Unhappy with a business? Harass them online

Over 400750,000 reasons for GOP to show Courage

As you might have noticed there has been a decided lack of courage among some in the GOP since the Democrats launched their RFRA squirrel. It's true that Ted Cruz came out and remained strong in support of religious liberty While more moderate Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush appeared to soften his stance, GOP Sen. … Continue reading Over 400750,000 reasons for GOP to show Courage

I’m old enough to remember when Ted Cruz wasn’t a top Tier Candidate

The great thing about conventional wisdom is it's always right, until it isn't: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has jumped to third place in the prospective Republican presidential field since making his bid official last week, according to a new poll. The survey, released Wednesday by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, found Cruz surging from 5% … Continue reading I’m old enough to remember when Ted Cruz wasn’t a top Tier Candidate

Fred Phelps Dreaming of a Brewer Veto in Arizona

There are a lot of people who can't wait to see a veto in Arizona of the Religious Freedom bill. CNN & MSNBC have made it their cause celebre, GLAAD sees it as a great way to recover from their Duck Dynasty defeat and many in the establishment GOP see it as an excellent change … Continue reading Fred Phelps Dreaming of a Brewer Veto in Arizona

The Obamacare Jiza on the Catholic Church

Many years ago I remember watching a mini-series that is largely forgotten on Peter the Great with Maximilian Schell in the title role. There was a key scene in the third episode that always stuck with me. Peter was looking for funds to build a fleet and expand his army and decided he would tax … Continue reading The Obamacare Jiza on the Catholic Church

Hey Young Obama Votes: Hope you Enjoy the Coming Military Draft

As the age of "Tolerance" continues we are finding more and more that there is one thing that is not going to be tolerated and that's Christianity, particularly in the Armed forces. While our friends on the left likely are cheering these results there is one group that I suspect haven't quite thought about the … Continue reading Hey Young Obama Votes: Hope you Enjoy the Coming Military Draft

The Coming Army of Col Klinks

Hogan:  You know how Stofle is Klink: Who knows better than I?  Didn't he give me the scar?  At the university we were inseparable! Hogan: And as his best friend you'd be implicated Klink: I hardly know him. Hogan's Heroes Hello Zolle 1966 "I expect to die in bed, my successor will die in prison … Continue reading The Coming Army of Col Klinks