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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

by Deana Chadwell3/9/19
These concepts – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – are dear, or once were dear, to the hearts of all Americans. These are the sacred rights of all human beings  — “sacred” because they are God-given and are not derived from government, rather government’s only mandate is to provide cover for those rights. More » • (151 views)

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TV Series Review: Babylon 5

by Steve Lancaster3/5/19
Season 3 and part of 4  •  If you’re a science fiction fan you probably have some strong feelings about Babylon 5. Frankly, some criticism is deserved. Most of season 1 and 2 are rarely interesting and seldom much more than a future based reality show (Jersey Girls in space). More » • (90 views)

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Kudos to AOC

by Deana Chadwell2/9/19
I am guilty of speaking badly of the new congresswoman from New York. She is obviously the product of failing educational systems unable to do anything but pump her full of fatuous self-esteem. I’d lay odds she has a large box of participation trophies in her parents’ basement. More » • (342 views)

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Movie Review: Christine (2016)

by David Norris2/6/19
This film is not the Steven King movie based on one of his novels. This is a horror story of another kind. I would call it a cautionary tale about a victim of ideological possession. This movie caught me completely off-guard. More » • (288 views)

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Klu Klux Kooks

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke2/4/19
Gov. Northam and the Guy Who Said: Kill People in Mixed-race Relationships  •  It’s certainly a sign of the times that Governor Ralph Northam’s resignation has been demanded not because of an apparent endorsement of infanticide More » • (79 views)

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Oh, the Horror

by Steve Lancaster1/28/19
It is time I came clean to the awfulness. I attended public schools in the 50s and 60s, not only that but in the South. According to some it is a wonder that I can walk and chew gum at the same time. More » • (116 views)

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Mad Hatters

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke1/25/19
The Ultimate Irony of the ‘Native American Elder’ and the MAGA Hat Kids  •  This past weekend’s big news was a big media frame-up of kids and the beating of a leftist drum by a little Indian. There’s no need now to elaborate on how the Covington Catholic High School students may end up being 2019’s most unfairly maligned group; More » • (171 views)

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Truth or Dare

by Deana Chadwell1/19/19
More and more any foray into the news feels like a trip to Bedlam – rational thought is nowhere to be found; the inmates are screeching inanities, drooling at the mouth, and throwing excrement – both literally and figurative – at anyone who dares to speak truth More » • (165 views)

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Christian Appropriation

by Deana Chadwell1/4/19
This mess at our southern border is stirring up the Sunday school wannabes again, and as a Christian and a conservative I am getting tired of being schooled by liberal Christians and non-believers about what my opinions should be, about what Jesus would do. More » • (227 views)

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The Role of Ambiguity in American Jurisprudence

by Jon N. Hall12/28/18
On December 14, U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor ruled that Obamacare is unconstitutional. Although it’s seems unlikely that the ruling will result in the demise of the ACA, this writer was curious about its treatment of ambiguity. More » • (119 views)

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Restoring Civilization

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke12/23/18
We Can’t MAGA Unless We MAMA  •  They can sense it. They can feel it. Something is seriously wrong in our civilization, and many people know it. This is why despite the relatively good economic times, most Americans polled say our country is on the “wrong track.” More » • (143 views)

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An Old-Fashioned Southern Wedding

by Steve Lancaster12/21/18
My wife and I just returned from a 2200-mile road trip to attend the daughter of a friend’s wedding. The groom is an engineer and owns a pizza restaurant here in Fayetteville. The bride assumed my wife’s job as a financial analyst in the Chemical Engineering department of the University of Arkansas. More » • (95 views)

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