Ignorant Judge Lets “Trans” Man Legally Change His “Sex”

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke6/16/16
In an unprecedented move, an Oregon judge has allowed a so-called “transgender” man to legally change his sex from female (he had previously been allowed to choose female) to “non-binary.” More » • (499 views)

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What’s Wrong with Europe

Europeby Jon N. Hall6/6/16
The ancient Romans were building major infrastructure in Europe more than two millennia ago. Those Roman engineers were pretty serious dudes, as their aqueducts and other structures still stand. The birth of civilization in Europe goes back at least 3,000 years. More » • (923 views)

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Glenn Beck: Fooled by Facebook?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/26/16
In the wake of reports that Facebook censors conservative voices, media figure Glenn Beck met with company chairman Mark Zuckerberg and emerged from the meeting, as he put it, “convinced that Facebook is behaving appropriately and trying to do the right thing.” More » • (1284 views)

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Democrazy: Venezuela Needs a Military Coup

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/24/16
With Venezuela spinning out of control, it’s said that U.S. officials fear a military coup. We ought to ask “Why?” More » • (608 views)

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Drafting Women: Do We Believe in Equality or Don’t We?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/16/16
With Congress poised to possibly require women to register for the draft, reaction from the conservative pundit class has been swift and severe. WND’s Jane Chastain calls it “worse than cowardly,” More » • (736 views)

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The Real Donald Trump

Trump4by Patricia L. Dickson5/15/16
The best indicator of someone’s truecharacter is how he treats others (employees, family, and friends) and whether or not he gives back to the community (time or resources).  We have learned Hillary Clinton’s true character from stories leaked from White House staff members, including the Secret Service agents. More » • (1700 views)

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Why The Donald Doesn’t Scare Me

Trump3by Rosalys5/9/16
First I must state that there is so much muck being flung about, that I sometimes don’t know who or what to believe. The proverbial excrement has truly hit the fan, and the fan is showing no signs of stopping. I find people, whose opinions I value very much, on both sides of the Trump issue. More » • (2001 views)

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To Trump or not to Trump

TrumpFiredby Deana Chadwell5/5/16
That is the question: Whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the presidency of Hillary Clinton, or by voting Trump risk the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune? Aye. That is the rub. More » • (1944 views)

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Coulter v. Coulter

AnnCoulterThumbby C. Edmund Wright4/5/16
You might say I was for Ann Coulter before I was against her. Or maybe that Coulter was for conservatism before she was against it, or before she was for Northeastern moderates Chris Christie, or Mitt Romney More » • (1869 views)

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Boxing Barbara Boxer: Is “Inequality the Root of All Evil”?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke4/29/16
“Inequality is the root of all evil” said left-wing senator Barbara Boxer recently, while lecturing a Catholic priest about Catholicism. Boxer claimed to be quoting Pope Francis, referencing a tweet he sent in April 2014. More » • (639 views)

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Fixing the Hole in the Boat

HoleInBoatby N. A. Halkides   4/27/16
When the literal ship is sinking, it probably doesn’t matter all that much how the hole in the boat got there: would it have mattered if the Titanic, for example, had hit a land mine (as her sister ship Britannic supposedly did four years later) instead of an iceberg? More » • (698 views)

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The Most Important Republicans in 2016

2016Primariesby Jon N. Hall    4/25/16
The 2016 primary campaigns should serve as a major civics lesson for those Americans concerned about their democracy. Because of the unusual length of these primary contests, Americans are beginning to better appreciate the complex byzantine structure of the parties’ primary systems and their delegate selection methods More » • (603 views)

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