Black Hearted Friday

by Glenn Fairman  •  It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

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Blacks, Hispanics, Young & Women Still Reliably Liberal

by Selwyn Duke  •  Demographics is Destiny...and RINO's too!

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Paradise and Perdition

by Deana Chadwell  •  A look at the naive side of socialism

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Black Pete, Symbol of Dutch Resistance against Invaders, Wins

by Enza Ferreri  •  The Dutch say no to political correctness

Black Pete, Symbol of Dutch Resistance against Invaders, Wins Black Pete, Symbol of Dutch Resistance against Invaders, Wins

Tell Me a Story – Sing Me a Song

by Anniel  •  A good story is refuge from the madness

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Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock

by Mark Tooley  •  A Classic Movie with Ageless Wisdom, Tracy-style

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The Material Man

Materialismby Tim Jones12/20/14
Seeking salvation and transcendence in all the wrong places  •  SOLIPSISM: “the view or theory that the self is all that can be known to exist”. This is the definition you get for solipsism when you enter the word into Google. More » • (40 views)

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New York’s Finest

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu  12/17/14
Given the recent discussions about questionable police conduct on Staten Island, I thought I would offer a different view of the NYPD based on personal experience. More » • (93 views)

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Diane Feinstein, the Iron Maiden

Feinsteinby Deana Chadwell  12/16/14
Okay – now I’m really mad. And what’s worse, I’m mad on two fronts. For one thing I don’t like people messing with my language, and for another, I don’t like people messing with the people who do the hard and dirty work of keeping us safe. More » • (106 views)

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Republicans and Democrats…The Choice Between Two Evils

Republicratby Leigh Bravo  12/15/14
Both the Congress and the Senate passed a 2015-spending bill, in record time that has been labeled a “Cromnibus.”  But where was the fight? Where were our representatives who swore they would not fund amnesty, Obamacare, taxpayer-funded abortion, and more irresponsible spending? Nowhere to be seen! More » • (189 views)

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RIP GOP

NoRINOsThumbby Anniel 12/14/14
Part I • It is with great sorrow that I finally give up any ties, formal or informal, to the Republican Party. I have been registered as an Independent for many years now, however I never voted anything but Republican. Now it seems there is no place left to go. More » • (177 views)

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Limits, Morality, and Rousseau

Hippieby Tim Jones12/14/14
We have a general framework of authority today that is increasingly disintegrating as evidenced by the complete lack of truthfulness from this president and liberalism in general. It is also being demonstrated in the slow motion destruction of the Constitution that began with the original progressive More » • (122 views)

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Misunderstanding “Ockham’s Razor”

OccamRazorby Jerry Richardson12/13/14
Who was Ockham?  And what was his razor? At times on this and many other websites you will read someone’s statement that they reject or disagree with a certain argument or explanation based upon “Ockham’s Razor”—often referred to as “Occam’s Razor” in the French style. More » • (187 views)

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Stories of Christmas

ChristmasStoriesA StubbornThings Symposium   December 2014
Latest: I need a little Christmas, right this very minute by Brad Nelson  •  Sometimes Christmas is best remembered by the calories you put on. They seem to be the substance of some permanence. But sprinkled amongst the eggnog and cookies are stories and events — large and small, heartwarming or just funny — that have decorated the season through the years. More » • (471 views)

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Why There Was No Indictment in the Eric Garner Case

PoliceBadge2by Matthew Ernst   12/11/14
As protests continue to occur in American cities, it has become obvious that there is an enormous gap between how ordinary citizens perceive police work vs. the reality of police work, as understood by the officers who perform the work on a daily basis. More » • (145 views)

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To Guard Men From Harm

Humanoidby Timothy Lane   12/11/14
In 1947, Jack Williamson wrote the first of his stories about the Humanoids, about a race (if that’s the right word) of robots who foreshadowed the modern nanny state with their Prime Directive: “To serve and obey and guard men from harm.” More » • (79 views)

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An Angry Dad’s Reaction to Dr. Gruber

Gruberby C. Edmund Wright   12/11/14
If you know what’s good for you Jonathon Gruber, you’ll stay the hell away from me.  Why? Because you have done the unpardonable in the eyes of any father – you have brought havoc unto the finances of my youngest daughter More » • (153 views)

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9/11: Does The End Justify the Means?

blowout911by Leigh Bravo  12/10/14
Can anyone NOT remember where they were or what they were doing on September 11, 2001; the day the two planes hit the twin towers in New York?   Will we ever be able to forget the images of innocent civilians jumping hundreds of floors to their death to avoid being consumed by flames? More » • (97 views)

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When Liberal Preferences Meet Islamic Principles

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   12/9/14
There was a recent scandal that, as much as anything else, illustrates the intellectual emptiness and moral ennui of the modern liberal man. It occurred in Britain but reflects a wider phenomenon; More » • (103 views)

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The Cultural Dynamics of Language

LanguageD. Bryan Schaeffer    12/8/14
“But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.” George Orwell, 1984  •  On university campuses and elsewhere nationwide, the millennial generation uses linguistic expressions in English More » • (141 views)

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The Star out of Jacob

StarJabobby Deana Chadwell  12/8/14
Christmas is almost here – we’ve put up our tree, we’re scurrying around town doing our shopping, and staring at the boxes of cards we need to get addressed. Christmas as usual, but every year I realize that I’ve learned something new about the birth of Christ More » • (196 views)

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