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Our President: The Aggrieved-in-Chief

Al Sharptonby Brad Nelson
It seems that along with Thomas Sowell, we might have to make John Derbyshire a patron saint of this site. More » • (1027 views)

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Mission Unaccomplished

TwinTowersThumbby Geoph2
Tuesday, September 11, 2001. I dropped off my oldest son at Kindergarten and took the dog to the vet. Driving home, I heard that a plane crashed into the Twin Towers. More » • (741 views)

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Remembering Thatcher

ThatcherThumbby RobL
Conversing with younger and many older fellow Americans is a saddening event these days. Most readily believe the anti-conservative propaganda inundating their lives. More » • (1251 views)

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A Nouwen Situation

NouwenThumbby Brad Nelson
Henri Nouwen was the kind of touchy-feely Catholic priest who is difficult not to like. A prolific author, Nouwen was also famous for his work with L’Arche, putting his money where his mouth was in regards to his ethics. More » • (807 views)

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Book Review: “The Blank Slate” by Steven Pinker

PinkerThumbby Brad Nelson
In The Blank Slate, language expert Steven Pinker takes on some of the most cherished beliefs of the Left. These are ideas upon which many of the “soft” sciences are based and which therefore make them suspect. More » • (1747 views)

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Book Review: “United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror” by Jamie Glazov

CheThumbby Brad Nelson
I’ve struggled with understanding the Leftist mindset, everything from their love of Stalin to their hatred of free speech. America’s college campuses, for example, are a hive of restrictions on free speech, which is far from the stated goal of “academic freedom” that the Left pretends to love. More » • (1693 views)

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Morning Update: The Breakfast of Chumpions

NutsAndFlakesThumbby Brad Nelson
Kevin Williamson has a sprightly article up this morning titled Delusions of Gender. I was a bit surprised because Williamson often lets his libertarian side give the benefit of the doubt to some of these nuts and flakes. More » • (3045 views)

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An Open Letter to Ben and Jerry’s

WeThePeopleby The Krell
Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc.
30 Community Drive
South Burlington, VT 05403-6828 More » • (1844 views)

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Do You Want to Remain a Dumb-ass Forever?

DumbAssby Brad Nelson
I was tickled pink (can real men be that way?) when I read Victor Davis Hanson’s article earlier this morning: America The Trivial. It’s as if VDH reached right inside my brain and stuffed it into his word processor. More » • (1360 views)

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Movie Review: Life of Pi

LifeOfMultiCultiby Brad Nelson
Come, join me in my little universe of people who don’t like movies that suck. I’m generally a fan of these multi-culti arthouse foreign films. You want esoteric and mysterious? I can do esoteric and mysterious. More » • (1109 views)

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Commentary: The Victimman of Alcatraz

BirdmanThumb2by Brad Nelson
Most conservatives understand that watching movies is like taking a walk in a country meadow. You have to be sure to not step in the bull-excrement. And while watching the classic movie, The Birdman of Alcatraz, I had to change boots a couple of times. More » • (710 views)

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Movie Review: Surrogates

SurrogatesWillisby Brad Nelson
Bruce Willis stars in a sci-fi film where 98% of the human population is using a robotic surrogate through which they experience day-to-day life. In this movie you’ll see a mix of Brainstorm, Blade Runner, and The Matrix (in the form of a black prophet-like character). More » • (1060 views)

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