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

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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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Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock

Tracey-PlymouthAdventureby Mark Tooley   11/26/14
Plymouth Adventure, a 1952 film with Spencer Tracy and Gene Tierney, is not a great movie. But as the story of the Pilgrims’ passage on the Mayflower it appears every season around Thanksgiving. More » • (16 views)

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Obama’s Lynch Mob in Ferguson

Riotsby Timothy Lane   11/25/14
Events in Ferguson took an unsurprisingly tragic turn last night, encouraged by liberal race-baiting (with the tacit assistance of Barack Obama and the Brown family lawyer, both of whom issued pro forma rejections of violence even as they encouraged the racial paranoia that stokes the outrage) More » • (54 views)

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1/4 Brits Want All Immigrants Sent Back

IslamizationBritainby Enza Ferreri   11/24/14
A new report, “How to talk about immigration”, contains some interesting statistics. It was published by British Future, that describes itself as “an independent, non-partisan thinktank engaging people’s hopes and fears about integration and migration More » • (50 views)

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Cosby’s Accusers’ Claims Are Full of Holes

BillCosbyby Patricia L. Dickson 11/23/14
Since the media has decided to bombard me with stories of Bill Cosby’s alleged rapes, I believe that I have a right to examine his accusers’ claims. As each new woman surfaces and recounts her alleged sexual assault by him, I am left with more questions than answers. More » • (122 views)

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Iago and Immigration — a Wrong is but a Wrong

Obamaby Deana Chadwell 11/22/14
Thursday night Obama kicked every American citizen in the shins – not just conservative Americans, but all Americans. We voted and we said with our votes, “Don’t do this.” And he stuck his middle finger in our faces and did it anyway. More » • (150 views)

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Tell Me a Story – Sing Me a Song

RushRevereby Anniel  11/21/14
The question before each person who loves our country is: What can we do to save the beauties of our country and our culture when so much seems stacked against us and ugliness and lies have become coin of the realm? We live in a time when the laws and Constitution are trampled by the very people who have sworn to protect them. More » • (131 views)

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Black Pete, Symbol of Dutch Resistance against Invaders, Wins

BlackPeteby Enza Ferreri   11/20/14
Saturday, in the Dutch historical city of Gouda, the police arrested no fewer than 90 people, protesting both for and against the “Black Pete” blackface character appearing at a children’s party marking the beginning of the traditional pre-Christmas, gift-giving festival of Saint Nicholas. More » • (57 views)

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The Wisdom of SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts

JohnRobertsby Cato   11/20/14
This post gets to the core of the ObamaCare subsidy question currently before the SCOTUS.  I wrote several times in the first SCOTUS go-round on the mandate about Roberts’ decision More » • (153 views)

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Shutdown Hangover for GOP?

ShutdownThumb3by C. Edmund Wright   11/20/14
It’s hard to go more than a few hours without being slapped in the face with some example how out-of-touch Washington’s wizards are with the country they rule. And there is no more compelling example of this dynamic than the retrograde opinion of Ted Cruz’ filibuster and the resultant “shutdown,” More » • (72 views)

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Obamacare.  Real or a hoax perpetrated on the “stupid” American voters?

ObamaCareby Leigh Bravo  11/19/14
With the controversy heating up surrounding Jonathan Gruber, MIT professor and Obamacare architect, and the denial by President Obama and his fellow Democrats that Gruber was one of the authors of the bill and despite the assurance by Nancy Pelosi that “I don’t know who he is,” and More » • (66 views)

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The Bright Side to Amnesty

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   11/19/14
To many, the above title may seem much like speaking of the bright side to malignant cancer. And did it really come out of this writer’s pen? Long a staunch immigration critic, I’ve written many articles on the subject; Pat Buchanan used one of my lines in his book Death of the West; More » • (86 views)

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Pondering Perfection

Perfectionby Anniel  11/18/14
Be ye therefore perfect, as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect. (Matthew 5:48; KJV)  •  What does it mean to be perfect? More » • (232 views)

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ObamaCare: ‘If the Wine Is Sour, Throw It Out’

SupremeCourtby Jon N. Hall    11/18/14
On November 7, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would hear the case of King vs. Burwell, one of the four cases challenging the IRS rule that ObamaCare subsidies can be given to policyholders who have bought health insurance through exchanges established by the federal government More » • (82 views)

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Paradise and Perdition

TheParadiseby Deana Chadwell    11/17/14
Last week I wrote about the attitudes and ideas that we need to get straight before this nation can heal. This is the first essay in a series that will deal with those ideas. More » • (210 views)

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Ultimate Schadenfreude: Democrat is Twice Bitten, Not Shy

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   11/17/14
There’s stupid. There’s really stupid. There’s really, really stupid. Then there’s Democrat stupid. A prime example is a Friday Wall Street Journal article titled “This Democrat Is Giving Up on ObamaCare.” More » • (99 views)

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