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Celebrating Independence Day

On the 244th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the United States of America finds itself in a war for its very survival.  Events are being brought to a head with the chaos and uncertainty of the COVID19 pandemic and shutdown of our economy; protests, riots, and [Read More]

Faith

Defund The Police? Sure, Why Not?

The latest demand by the folks at Black Lives Matter and their ‘allies’ is to defund the police departments in the cities they and the Antifa pals have rioted in. The carnage in these cities is supposed to be a message and a warning, I suppose. And why not? Apparently [Read More]

March for Life
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Bookworm Beat 1/24/20 — busy week illustrated edition (2nd Amendment, March For Life, & impeachment)

What a busy week: a Second Amendment rally in Richmond, a huge March for Life in D.C., and the impeachment farce, plus Dem candidates, stupid leftists, etc. We’ll start just as the week started, with uplifting, patriotic, and often very clever images from the Second Amendment rally in Richmond: And [Read More]

Faith

New York’s Bail Reform Law And The War On Jews

The new New York’s ‘bail reform’ law that took effect as of January 1 2020 is one of the most blatant examples of political pandering and disregard for public safety imaginable. Aside from allowing hundreds of felons out on the streets immediately, it guarantees that many more will not be [Read More]

Faith

What The UK Elections Really Means…And Why

The votes are in and the UK seems to finally have a new lease on life. Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party have a landslide victory in yesterday’s UK election. Bojo’s gamble has paid off wonderfully.Since Bojo took his canine friend into the voting booth with him, I hope whomever [Read More]

Epstein Didn't Kill Himself
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ABC was and is an evil news outlet (and Epstein didn’t kill himself)

On a Project Veritas video, Amy Robach gripes that ABC sat on the “Epstein and his friends” story for three years (and Epstein didn’t kill himself). I’m sure all of you are familiar with David Burge’s brilliant and timeless tweet from 2013: “Journalism is about covering important stories. With a [Read More]

Impeachment
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Can Pelosi & Schiff Get Away With Running a Star Chamber Impeachment?

What are the issues at the heart of the impeachment farce, and, as between the President and the progressives in the House, who has the superior legal argument? Everything wrong with progressives today is playing out in the Star Chamber that Democrats are running as an “impeachment inquiry” in the [Read More]

A modest proposal for dealing with criminals
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A modest proposal for dealing with criminals

While prisons remove criminals from society, they aren’t much of a deterrent for future crimes. I may have a better idea (or, at least, a creative one). I was touring a colonial era site in South Carolina when I came to the spot at which a jail once stood. Although [Read More]

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Celebrating American Independence – The Truths We Should Be Teaching

The Declaration of Independence was written to address the grievances of the Colonies against the King of England.  Hopefully we have all read the “official” document in our American history classes.  What we were not taught, and what we SHOULD have been taught, was the process which brought about this [Read More]

Faith

I owe a lot of people a very big apology

To all of you who filled out my Bookworm Room contact form and never heard from me — I am so sorry. I had a major hole in my thinking and entirely missed your messages. Okay — I am so embarrassed about my stupidity. All I can do is apologize [Read More]

Abortion Education
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The reason behind corporations for abortion

Tom Cotton reminds us that too many corporations are brutally pro-abortion — a sickness that begins in America’s institutions of higher indoctrination. I learned at Ace of Spades that Sen. Tom Cotton (R. Arkansas) delivered a powerful speech today about the way in which corporations are using their wealth and [Read More]

Spying FISA Memo Privacy
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Data collection, privacy, and being “un-personed”

In a pre-internet era, I worried mostly about losing privacy — and therefore losing face — locally; now, individuals lose privacy and face nationally. In 1986, I attended a lecture by Arthur R. Miller. The lawyers among you might recognize him as one of the two authors of Wright and [Read More]

Christianity

Notre Dame Burns, And A Civilization With It

Today, Paris’s centuries old cathedral Notre Dame caught on fire and is in the process of being destroyed. The world famous spire and roof of the Gothic cathedral are gone, and the wooden structure that’s  supporting the roof is being destroyed by the blaze. It is quite likely that if [Read More]