Blacks, Hispanics, Young & Women Still Reliably Liberal

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

Blacks, Hispanics, Young & Women Still Reliably Liberal Blacks, Hispanics, Young & Women Still Reliably Liberal

Paradise and Perdition

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

Paradise and Perdition Paradise and Perdition

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

Tell Me a Story – Sing Me a Song Tell Me a Story – Sing Me a Song

Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock

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

Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock

Is Hollywood Becoming More Conservative?

DirtyHarryby Tim Jones1/24/15
During the latter part of 2014, there have been three war-time movies introduced to the public, each depicting the heroism, sacrifice and ingenuity of the human spirit. It is interesting they have come out at a time of extreme political cynicism and fragmentation. More » • (12 views)

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The Moment

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu  1/23/15
The alarm blared on the bedside table. It was a cheap electric clock, which produced a loud irritating noise akin to a bleating sheep in heat. Half asleep, he reached over and swatted the clock’s button to stop the racket. Through bleary eyes he saw the red numerals 5:30. More » • (44 views)

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Islam, Churchianity, and the 1st Amendment

RubikCubeby Deana Chadwell  1/22/15
ISIS just executed 13 young boys for watching a soccer game, and they’ve been throwing homosexuals off tall buildings; Boko Haram murdered thousands just last week. And worst of all, these groups have done it all in the name of religion. More » • (141 views)

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Disorder in the House

SpeakerBoehnerby N. A. Halkides   1/22/15
How Conservative Disorganization Saved John Boehner’s Speakership  •  Like most Conservatives, I dearly wanted to see John Boehner (R-OH) unceremoniously bounced from his position as Speaker of the House. More » • (58 views)

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Liberalism and Its Totalitarian Friends

Totalitarianismby Timothy Lane   1/20/15
There have been 3 main totalitarian ideologies of the past century: communism, fascism/Nazism, and Islamism. Naturally, they have many similarities to each other, and also to the totalitarian form of liberalism that has increasingly replaced a credo named for a belief in freedom that its adherents no longer share. More » • (93 views)

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Imagine No Heaven and Lots of War

War2by Enza Ferreri   1/20/15
It’s a common, but misconceived, idea that Western people have grown disillusioned with religion because of religious wars in the distant or — in the almost unique case of Northern Ireland — recent past. More » • (66 views)

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America’s Reality Versus Hollywood’s Fantasy

AmericanSniperby Jerry Richardson1/20/15
The majority of the American people clearly recognize that America and the civilized world has a barbaric enemy (Islamic Jihadists) who are intent upon subjugating us or cutting all of our heads off. More » • (366 views)

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Not Often I Agree with Maureen Dowd

Selmaby Jerry Richardson1/18/15
It’s not often that I agree with Maureen Dowd, but a reasonable person should be willing to accept truth where they find it. Dowd just reported some important truth in her latest article, Not Just a Movie. That truth is: More » • (95 views)

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A Matter of Minutes

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu  1/17/15
As I stepped out the airplane door on to the boarding ramp, the wind tore off my sunglasses and left them hanging on one ear. In South East Asia heavy winds normally meant rain, but here it was a bright day and blowing like a number 8 typhoon in Hongkong. More » • (110 views)

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Book Review: Jesus on Trial

JesusOnTrialby Tim Jones1/17/15
David Limbaugh Makes His Case for the Existence of God  •  David Limbaugh, the brother of conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh, writes in his book, Jesus on Trial: A Lawyer Affirms the Truth of the Gospel More » • (98 views)

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Harbingers of Revolution

SpanishCivilWarby Timothy Lane   1/16/15
Hugh Thomas, in his authoritative The Spanish Civil War, starts with a debate in the Cortes on June 16, 1936. Two of the nationalist speakers, Jose Maria Gil Robles (leader of the Catholic union) and Jose Calvo Sotelo (leader of the monarchists) made interesting speeches that reflected modern concerns. More » • (89 views)

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Potpourri

Broccoliby Anniel  1/15/15
Today the French word “potpourri” means a collection, particularly of fragrant herbs and flower petals used to perfume a room or drawer, but it was first used in the 17th Century to describe a stew with many kinds of meat, and the word literally translates as “rotten pot.” More » • (303 views)

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TV Series Review: Vera

Veraby Kung Fu Zu 1/13/15
As those who have read any of my reviews on British TV may recall, I find the disease of political correctness has pretty much infected the lot. Imagine then, my surprise, when I tuned into a new detective series presently being broadcast by PBS More » • (130 views)

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Muslims and the Left’s Death by Tolerance

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   1/13/15
Aside from the three Muslim men who perpetrated the deadliest terror attack in France since 1961, there are some other individuals complicit in the Wednesday massacre. They have names such as Hollande, Merkel, Löfven and Obama. More » • (69 views)

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The Deadly Paris Terror Attack and the Myth of Religion

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   1/13/15
“Another attack in the name of religion,” I heard someone say after the vicious and vile Wednesday assault on the offices of French magazine Charlie Hebdo. And there is a huge problem with “religion.” But it’s not what you think. More » • (104 views)

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