Trump: Our Knight in Shining Tin Foil Armor

by Brad Nelson3/11/16

Dan Flynn has a good summing-up article: Donald Trump vs. The Establishment: More » • (816 views)

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Poisoned Roots

by Glenn Fairman2/4/16

Aristotle inferred that the more equal two men become, any significant difference is greatly magnified in the mind of the perceived “lesser.” The implications of this truth, if it is one, sends down poisoned roots not merely into civil society and the political sphere, but more importantly, taints the psychological/spiritual waters that animate a wayward human nature. More » • (704 views)

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What Ails Us

by Kung Fu Zu1/14/16
The recent exposure of the rape and molestation of hundreds, if not thousands, of European women has touched a nerve in Europe. It would appear that many Europeans are finally awakening to the existential threat which is facing them. More » • (1085 views)

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The West Becoming Small

by Glenn Fairman1/9/16

Multi-culturalism is the perversion of tolerance to the nth degree. It is rooted in the worldview that “lifestyles” are solely matters of taste. Moreover, it is at peace with the perspectival nature of truth–the abnegation of truth itself. More » • (968 views)

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I Love the Smell of Racking Shotgun in the Morning

by Glenn Fairman1/5/16

In a nominally free republic, a tyrant is still the best argument for the possession of firearms. As always, honeyed lips and crocodile tears are the grist for liberalism’s True Believers. But for those less inclined to accept the Progressive articles of faith, the unmistakable sound of a racking shotgun echoes the throbbing pulse of America’s collective heartbeat. More » • (1253 views)

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

by Brad Nelson12/18/15

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens today. And I feel a disturbance in that Force. To expect anything but schlock from J.J. Abrams is expecting too much. The only question in my mind is how vociferously people will apologize for the mediocre. More » • (2011 views)

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Merry Christmas

by Brad Nelson12/10/15

As the chief cook and bottle washer here, I thought I’d take a moment to say thanks to all those who post here and who contribute articles. More » • (1902 views)

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We need a little Christmas

by Brad Nelson11/29/15

Very little gets my blood pumping around this time of year like listening to this song pop onto the radio for the very first play of the season. More » • (1124 views)

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The Wisdom of Joel

by Timothy Lane11/17/15

The Bible is a very large book, and anyone who wants can find anything they want in it — whether to use it to support their position, or to mock those who try to follow the Bible. So I realize that one of my favorite passages is hardly typical. More » • (804 views)

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The Convergence of Microaggression and Macroaggression

by Tim Jones11/14/15

It was an amazing week that began where a president of a major state university was forced to resign and ended with a major terrorist attack in Paris. What do these two events have in common? More » • (680 views)

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Secular Spaces (said like Sylvester the cat)

by Brad Nelson11/13/15

First, allow me a bit of drama. Whether it was standing for an hour or not having had lunch or dinner, I left a school board meeting last night feeling somewhat spiritually ill. Picture Dr. Smith from Lost in Space lamenting, “Oh, the pain.” More » • (1178 views)

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Happy Birthday, Patricia

by The Editor11/13/15

I hope I look this good when I turn 50. Wait…that’s already happened. But you know what I mean. More » • (884 views)

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