February 22, 2017
Milo Yiannopoulos

Learning to love the brilliant and controversial Milo Yiannopoulos

February 20, 2017 Bookworm 0

Milo Yiannopoulos — rude and crude, but also smart, brave, funny, and bitchy. He’s a necessary counterweight to Progressives’ lethal Political Correctness. With a swirling debate about whether Milo Yiannopoulos will be a keynote speaker at this year’s CPAC, I have a confession: I didn’t like Milo Yiannopoulos when he [Read More]

Pop culture

Playboy Made Nude Again

February 18, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Donald Trump hasn’t been in office a full month, and already, he’s making America great again, as the NY Post reports: To read the rest, go here…

The Negro Soldier dignity
Pop culture

Whatever happened to the idea that dignity is a virtue?

February 15, 2017 Bookworm 0

I’m too young to remember a time when dignity was considered a virtue, not only in individuals, but in entire groups. The other night, I was reminded of what I missed when I watched a 1944 U.S. Army Propaganda film, The Negro Soldier, which Frank Capra directed. The Army commissioned [Read More]


Dear Richard Gere

February 11, 2017 Doug Hagin 0

Richard Gere is a good actor, and like many good actors, feels a need, a compulsion perhaps, to speak out on perceived injustices. But it might help if he got a few facts straight and avoided the gross hyperbole and falsehoods The 67-year-old actor — in town for the premiere [Read More]

Donald Trump

Punching Back Down Under

January 27, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Oh Dearie Dear. Remember the Obama Administration’s admonition to punch back twice as hard against people who tend not to punch anyone in the first place? This is an example of punching way, way above one’s weight class, and also, far above the Earth, at the Sydney, [Read More]

Pop culture

The Greatest Female Television Star

January 26, 2017 TheGlitteringEye 0

Among the accolades being heaped on Mary Tyler Moore following her death, she is being called the “greatest female television star ever”. That is untrue, illustrating only how ignorant of history Americans are. In three consecutive decades, in 1951 through 1956, 1962 through 1969, and 1970 through 1972, among the [Read More]


Chelsea Handler proves how shallow and hypocritical the Left is

January 24, 2017 Doug Hagin 0

Priceless! Handler starts off saying this, which actually sounds reasonable “Divisiveness is not the answer,” she explained. “And I think to get that message, we have to reach across party lines, forget your party. I’m registering as an Independent. I’m not gonna be a Democrat anymore because it’s too divisive. This [Read More]

Pop culture

Mariah Carey: Performer?

January 5, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel By now, much of the civilized world, even if unaware of existential threats to the survival of the species, has heard of singer Mariah Carey’s flubbed New Year’s Eve “event” in Times Square. USA Today explains:  Oh, the drama. 2017 is definitely starting off with fireworks for Mariah [Read More]

Just Plain Funny

The Necessity Of Tactical Yoga Pants

January 1, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel Home, home on the range, where the deer and the yoga pants play. Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word, tactical clothing marketers are not pouty all day. Writing for the Internet is sometimes a surreal experience. One of the most popular articles I’ve ever written was Montana: [Read More]

Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds, 1932-2016

December 28, 2016 Bookworm 0

Carrie Fisher’s death at such a young age (sadly not surprising for someone with a lifetime of substance abuse) is tragic, but it did not resonate too much for me. I never liked the Star Wars franchise, so I haven’t seen her movies in decades and therefore did not feel [Read More]

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