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El Cid

ElCidby Steve Lancaster6/4/16
This is the first of three articles on Medieval kings and regents that in my opinion represent the highest of chivalric standards. All of them lived in that fascinating period when chivalry was beginning to take hold in Europe. This is not to say they are prefect examples, as each has all too human flaws More » • (945 views)

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The Judgment of Servitude

Servitudeby Glenn Fairman6/4/16
From the 20’s to the late 40’s of the last century, the Western elite’s flirtation with Socialism/Communism was fashionably in vogue, and it took our near extermination by Collectivists and Darwinian pagans to relearn the recitation of every slave’s longing — that holy love of liberty. More » • (874 views)

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Why Morality is the Only Thing We Should Legislate

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/30/16
“You can’t legislate morality!” is a common battle cry today. It’s thought to be a quintessentially American idea, even though the Founding Fathers never expressed such a sentiment. Nor did the early Americans who would unabashedly enforce a biblically based code of morality in their localities More » • (894 views)

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Pragmatically Misguided

pragmatic2by Pat Tarzwell5/27/16
Sorry, I just had to respond to this so-called minister, Mychal Massie, who wrote the article, Trump Is Not Conservative, He’s a Pragmatist. There’s nothing unique in this article at all; this is just more Trump Apologetics. More » • (1824 views)

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Time and the Pelosi-Reid-Obama Debt

FederalDebtby Jon N. Hall5/27/16
On April 25 at the Media Research Center, Tom Blumer reported on Pres. Obama’s recent trip to England. At a town-hall in London, Obama was asked: “After eight years, what would you say you want your legacy to be?” More » • (809 views)

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The Haunted Man

OldHouse2by Anniel5/26/16
My trek to elementary school took me past a large tract of dry and weedy land dominated by an old home which had obviously been built to house a large family. At the time I knew it, the building was falling to ruin and all of the children who had to pass it were frightened by the building and its sole inhabitant. More » • (773 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 » • (1295 views)

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Defining Deviancy Down

Deviancyby Tim Jones5/25/16
The Slow-Motion Destruction of Taboos and How it Leads to Authoritarianism  •  Liberalism has successfully normalized taboos, everything from legalizing pot, pornography to sexual deviancy. More » • (1669 views)

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The Waters of Babylon

BabylonDestroyedby Glenn Fairman5/25/16
In the quarrel between Progressives and Conservatives, so many of the former believe that we are mired in a nostalgia for white privilege or some Norman Rockwell painting of an America that exists only as a furtive dream. More » • (782 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 » • (616 views)

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Movie Review: The Big Short

TheBigShortby Brad Nelson5/23/16
This is a movie that attempts to tell the story of the housing boom-and-bust in an entertaining and informative way. Remarkably, it mostly succeeds. More » • (901 views)

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Movie Review: Spotlight (2015)

Spotlightby Brad Nelson5/21/16
It’s a toss-up who I will offend most in this review, Catholics or the Pink Mafia. This movie must be reviewed in two parts. One part is the cinematic aspect. The other is the political aspect. Neither is stellar nor particularly deep. More » • (618 views)

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