The nobody who changed the world

We've just passed the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I, which certainly is no cause for celebration. Although the U.S. formally declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917 -- unlike the speedy action after Pearl Harbor, it took Congress four days to concur with Woodrow Wilson's request for action … Continue reading The nobody who changed the world

Report from Louisiana: Mayor Landrieu’s Plans to Pull Down Monuments in Dead of Night is Exposed

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT --  In the continuing saga over the New Orleans Confederate monuments, word leaked out late last week that Mayor Mitch Landrieu was planning to begin monument removal in the dead of night before the Easter holiday weekend. Sources within the New Orleans police department confirmed to The Hayride blog that there … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Mayor Landrieu’s Plans to Pull Down Monuments in Dead of Night is Exposed

Here is the Chance for Claremont, UCLA et/al protesters to prove Black Lives Matter to them

Last week large amounts of the student bodies of Claremont and UCLA colleges turned out to protest Heather MacDonald insisting that Black lives matter to them and not to the police.  Thanks to a spate of Easter violence that assertion can be tested by the answers to two questions When will Claremont & UCLA be … Continue reading Here is the Chance for Claremont, UCLA et/al protesters to prove Black Lives Matter to them