Rainwater and Sewage

by Glenn Fairman  •  It's high past time that we flushed this regime

Rainwater and Sewage Rainwater and Sewage

The Obama Doctrine

by Jerry Richardson  •  Contrasting Obama with Ronald Reagan

The Obama Doctrine The Obama Doctrine

Discerning FemBull

by Katherine Leicester  •  Stepping around the bull of feminism

Discerning FemBull Discerning FemBull

Book Review: Witness by Whittaker Chambers

by Anniel  •  A man of the Left goes right and tells all

Book Review: Witness by Whittaker Chambers Book Review: Witness by Whittaker Chambers

The University and the Collapse of Teaching Standards

by Avi Davis  •  If the future depends upon education, hold onto your apples.

The University and the Collapse of Teaching Standards The University and the Collapse of Teaching Standards

The Fed and the Rich

by Cato  •  Unveiling the mystery around the Federal Reserve

The Fed and the Rich The Fed and the Rich

The Greatest Fraud in History

by Michael Greer  •  The hoax that just won't seem to die

The Greatest Fraud in History The Greatest Fraud in History

What's the Alternative to the Left's Program?

by Enza Ferreri  •  Beyond the criticism, what is the vision?

What's the Alternative to the Left's Program? What's the Alternative to the Left's Program?

When Was the Day the Music Died?

by Susan D. Harris  •  This current generation is a far cry from Dino

When Was the Day the Music Died? When Was the Day the Music Died?

The Baby Daddy God

daddyby Glenn Fairman  9/1/14
There is a good reason why Jews and Christians set the world’s teeth on edge, and it is not their conservative fashion sense. The spirit of the world is hostile to the message that humanity is the product of Special Creation. More » • (2 views)

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Rightly Dividing

CandleOnBookby Deana Chadwell    8/31/14
I have occasionally heard the Bible described as nothing more than some ancient scriblings by a bunch of dead guys. Well, true; it’s ancient – the book of Job probably dates back to c2500 B.C., the writer most decidedly dead. More » • (45 views)

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Dabbling with Deism

FaithReasonby Brad Nelson   8/31/14
The question that has always plagued my mind is, Shall God be real or shall god be a source of emotional satisfaction? Both are possible at the same time, of course. But those who would say so, do they really care if God is real as long as they are emotionally satisfied with the idea? More » • (109 views)

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The Ten Commandments — #7

TenCommandmentsA StubbornThings Symposium   8/21/14
Introduction  • “But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” More » • (561 views)

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Corvettes and Creation

monkey hamletby Glenn Fairman  8/30/14
Years back, a noted materialist/naturalist explaining evolution to an audience used a poster showing the evolution of the Corvette from the 50s to what was then the contemporary model. More » • (185 views)

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Leftists and Islam

MarkSteynby Cato   8/30/14
Rotherham, UK.  A study in total capitulation.  •  It’s tempting to call the actions of the local luminaries that Steyn details in Rotherham cowardice, but that misses the point, I think.  The point is how to explain the acceptance of, indeed the affinity of Leftists for the outrages of Islam. More » • (70 views)

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Lessons from the Otherness

Nightworldby Timothy Lane   8/30/14
F. Paul Wilson has written a large number of books, a substantial portion of them based on the notion of a secret history of the Earth that involves a struggle for control (as part of some cosmic game) between 2 alien entities, known as the Ally and the Enemy. More » • (25 views)

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Divide and Conquer: A Game of Thrones?

DivideConquerby Leigh Bravo   8/29/14
I recently attended my monthly book club group, which is comprised of women from differing political persuasions, including but not necessarily limited to conservatives and liberals. We can have some interesting discussions, as you might expect, especially when the topic broaches anything political. More » • (85 views)

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Time to Pick Up Our Bones

OurBonesby Anniel   8/29/14
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22  •  How is your spirit? Do your bones feel kind of broken and dry lately? As if there is a terrible disconnect between you and the rest of mankind? More » • (57 views)

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Paternal Uncertainty in a Godless Society

PaternalUncertaintyby Enza Ferreri   8/28/14
When I work until late at night, just about the only TV programme left to watch afterwards is often The Jeremy Kyle Show. At first I watched it for its comic value, as dysfunctional couples and families shout at each other over non-existing problems More »
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Art and Habit

Audreynunby Glenn Fairman  8/28/14
Upon viewing “The Nun’s Story” (1959) the other night on TCM, one is certain that such a film could never be made today. There are: no half dressed strumpets parading, no explosions, and no exaggerated drama that comes from the meanderings of a shallow soul testing the elastic limits of gutter life. More » • (177 views)

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FOIA Requests and Bum Queues

IRS logo2by Jerry Richardson   8/28/14
IRS officials…busted!  It turns-out that the story of “lost or destroyed” Lois Lerner emails was a dishonest, half-truth story: Copies of the emails exist in catastrophe-backup mode. More » • (39 views)

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Complexity and Finding the Right Path

bobbyborisby Jon N. Hall    8/26/14
In June 2011 at American Thinker, I wrote a blog to alert folks to an HBO special: Bobby Fischer Against the World. The reason I thought AT readers might like the film is because of its historical and political elements. More » • (62 views)

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Respectability and Racism

BlackMontageby Patricia L. Dickson   8/26/14
I recently came across an article entitled “No One Treats African-Americans Worse Than We Treat Each Other: The troubling self-flagellation in Ferguson’s black community” published in the New Republic. When I first read the title, I thought to myself, here it comes, this article is going to tell it like it is. More » • (74 views)

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Demographics Is Destiny

PieChartThumbby Cato   8/25/14
One of my longest standing observations is “demographics is destiny”.  Put bluntly, shrinking populations do not support growing economies.  The reverse as a corollary is also true: bad economics results in shrinking economies and triggers shrinking … or migrating … populations. More » • (148 views)

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