Syllabus — Advanced Racism 401

by Deana Chadwell  •  The ABC's of modern-day racial theory.

Syllabus — Advanced Racism 401 Syllabus — Advanced Racism 401

Libertarians: the Chirping Sectaries by Russell Kirk

by Kung Fu Zu  •  Libertarian excesses are nothing new

Libertarians: the Chirping Sectaries by Russell Kirk Libertarians: the Chirping Sectaries by Russell Kirk

Restoring Constitutional Government

by Jon N. Hall  •  Real change you can believe in

Restoring Constitutional Government Restoring Constitutional Government

Free Speech and Propaganda

by Anniel  •  Whoever controls language controls society

Free Speech and Propaganda Free Speech and Propaganda

Lies: the New Truth?

by Leigh Bravo  •  Liberal hysteria as a way of life...and lies

Lies: the New Truth? Lies: the New Truth?

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

Booker T. Washington vs NAACP

BookerTThumbby Patricia L. Dickson   7/29/14
According to a video of a black female interviewed on camera at 2014 annual NAACP convention, black conservatives were not welcome to attend. The reason for her intolerance, she claims that conservatives do not espouse the same values as the NAACP. More » • (5 views)

Posted in Politics | 1 Comment

The Faith of Atheists

Atheismby Bill Kassel   7/28/14
My parents’ marriage was mixed, religiously, and while neither was active in their faith, the differences were a source of conflict. Their solution: negligible church participation. More » • (39 views)

Posted in Religion | 9 Comments

Eleven Commandments and the Color 9

ElizabethWarrenby Deana Chadwell    7/28/14
A few days ago a meme that made me chuckle scrolled down my Facebook screen. The text read, “Trying to understand the behavior of some people is like trying smell the color 9.” No kidding. More » • (26 views)

Posted in Politics | 4 Comments

How Deep and How Wide

Israelby Deana Chadwell    7/28/14
Israel isn’t just a country. Therein lies the problem in the Middle East. No one seems to be consciously aware that Israel is the pivot around which the whole world spins. More » • (18 views)

Posted in Politics | 1 Comment

Serbia and Palestine

SerbiaAndPalestineby Timothy Lane   7/26/14
This is, as many have pointed out, the centennial of the beginning of World War I. Among the important dates that led to the cataclysm, one key date was July 25, the date Serbia rejected the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum and (well aware of the likely consequence) ordered mobilization. More » • (39 views)

Posted in Essays | Tagged | 2 Comments

With Friends Like Democrats, Black Americans Don’t Need Any Enemies

UNCFby Patricia L. Dickson   7/24/14
Union president, Lee Saunders, of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees sent a letter to the United Negro College Fund President Michael Lomax announcing that the union was severing ties with UNCF because he accepted a donation of $25 million dollars from Koch Industries More » • (58 views)

Posted in Politics | 3 Comments

Book Review: Witness by Whittaker Chambers

Witnessby Anniel   7/23/14
Witness is a beautifully written book. It is indispensable for anyone who wishes to understand the crisis of the western world and how men and women are seduced by communism or socialism in any form. More » • (228 views)

Posted in Book Reviews | 48 Comments

Magnificent Desolation

Earthriseby Brad Nelson   7/23/14
What was the defining event in my life? Burning my bra (assuming I had one)? Occupying Wall Street? Community organizing (aka “rabble rousing”)? In truth, there may not have been a defining moment, but Apollo XI came close. More » • (129 views)

Posted in Essays | 25 Comments

Discerning FemBull

Leicesterby Katherine Leicester   7/22/14
The article in the Sunday July 29 Seattle Times newspaper by Kyung M. Song, “Cantwell and DelBene Lecture Tech Giants On Gender Equality,” uses a typical passive-aggressive (an indirect expression of hostility) writing style that I find increasingly annoying. More » • (93 views)

Posted in Politics | 13 Comments

Israel’s Perplexity: Scipio or Samson?

samsonby Glenn Fairman  7/21/14
Though Arab and Jew are by lineage the rival sons of Abraham, any connection binding their brotherhood seems to have evaporated long ago in the arid climes of a region that gave birth to monotheism by way of the crucible of environment More » • (169 views)

Posted in Politics | 18 Comments

Truth Telling and the Abuse of Language

Languageby Deana Chadwell    7/21/14
I suspect that there’s a certain amount of thought that can rattle around in a human head without the assistance of language – a certain amount of spatial reasoning, perhaps, a baby’s silent attempt to stack his blocks—something is going on in there. More » • (95 views)

Posted in Politics | 11 Comments

Why I No Longer Watch NCIS

NCISby David Ray  7/21/14
I was a huge fan of NCIS once. I recognized David McCullum and became intrigued seeing The Man from U.N.C.L.E. dude. From here we explore the political component of my once favorite show. More » • (130 views)

Posted in TV Reviews | 8 Comments

The Ten Commandments — #8

TenCommandmentsA StubbornThings Symposium   7/17/14
Introduction  •  The idea of moral absolutes is a scary notion in this non-judgmental, moral relativist age. “Moral absolutism” fills one’s head with visions of Salem witch trials and thumb screws. And this is the vision that those on the Left with their anti-Christian campaigns have hoped to evoke. More » • (304 views)

Posted in Symposium | 19 Comments

How to Educate the Ignorant Masses

BookEducationA StubbornThings Symposium   7/14/14
Introduction  •  Generally speaking, it’s considered rude to call anyone “ignorant.” But ignorance is simply the condition of being not informed. It is the normal state of our birth unless and until we are fed good information. More » • (298 views)

Posted in Symposium | 23 Comments

No Regrets

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu  7/20/14
As people grow older, it is not uncommon to hear them reminisce about their lives. During such reflections, one of the most common remarks I have heard goes something like this, “I don’t regret anything. If I could do it all over again, I wouldn’t change a thing.” More » • (64 views)

Posted in Essays | 8 Comments