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Newburgh, Kipling, and the VA

LightBrigade2by Timothy Lane11/9/15
Reading a historical anthology titled I Wish I’d Been There, I came across an article about the Newburgh Conspiracy of 1783. In this, angry Continental officers and men considered some sort of revolt to get Congress to pay them what it had promised. More » • (901 views)

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Media Nixing Comments Sections

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/9/15
When “Civility” Really Means “Political Correctness”  •  When leftists start talking about “civility,” watch out for your freedom of speech. This again comes to mind with reports that some media outlets are eliminating online comments sections in civility’s name. More » • (835 views)

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Transgenderites Expect the Public to Play a Game

NoPeekingby Patricia L. Dickson11/6/15
The two transgender bathroom cases in the news this week brought out the usual proponents and opponents on the issue.  The fallout from the outcomes of both cases reveals that the transgender advocates and their liberal cohorts expect opponents to disregard biology More » • (2000 views)

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The Day My Goldfish Died

RonNby Brad Nelson7/27/15
I want to introduce another one of Ron’s songs to you. This is his newest. This is not just his little brother talking, but I think this is first-rate. (Right or wrong, when am I not objective?) And his singing is splendid on this…smooth, expressive. More » • (815 views)

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Amending the Constitution to Defend Citizenship

WeThePeopleby Jon N. Hall    11/4/15
Politicians across the political spectrum want to amend the Constitution. Donald Trump wants an amendment to clarify the Citizenship Clause of the 14th Amendment. Hillary Clinton wants an amendment to override the Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. FEC. More » • (953 views)

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The Fundamental Problem with Public Schools

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu11/4/15
While visiting The American Spectator today, I came upon the following article by Dr. Thomas Sowell: “Ignoring the Obvious“. I spent some time as a substitute teacher in one of the better school districts in Texas and was both pleased and disappointed with the doctor’s piece. More » • (2125 views)

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Lack of Imagination

CharlieRoseby Anniel11/3/15
Charlie Rose, a “newsman”, was apparently mystified when Marco Rubio called Hillary Clinton a liar concerning the information given out by the Obama Regime following the Benghazi attack. He simply did not get how her explanation could not be believed. More » • (1013 views)

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Riding Without Brakes

old-fashioned-bicycleby Anniel11/1/15
The early bicycles had no brakes at all. The rider had to coast to a near stop and put his feet down to avoid losing balance and tipping over. How some of the rigs with a big wheel on the front and a small one at the back ever stopped without accident is beyond imagination. More » • (792 views)

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Clueless

Cluelessby Deana Chadwell10/31/15
Evidently human beings are programmed to look for causes. Something goes bump in the night and we grab a flashlight, and maybe a gun, and go searching for the cause. Average temperatures go up for a few years and folks start running around in circles pointing fingers More » • (2082 views)

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GOP Media Takedown: A Recipe for Victory

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke10/31/15
It’s long been known that a leader can gain power by rallying the people against a boogeyman. And it helps when that boogeyman is real. More » • (587 views)

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Book Review: Trial of a Thousand Years

Trial1000Yearsby Steve Lancaster10/30/15
Trial of a Thousand Years is a short work, and like many short books the author has packed the book with concepts and thoughts. It is an underliner and glossers feast of history, diplomacy and the grand scope of the Westphalian state system from 1648 to the present. More » • (705 views)

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A Dying World In Need Of a Living God

Cross3by Patricia L. Dickson10/29/15
1 Peter 2:12: Conduct yourselves properly (honorably, righteously) among the Gentiles, so that, although they may slander you as evildoers, [yet] they may by witnessing your good deeds [come to] glorify God in the day of inspection [[e]when God shall look upon you wanderers as a pastor or shepherd looks over his flock]. More » • (735 views)

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