September 23, 2017
Culture

Mattis Knows

August 22, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    If there was ever an example of how utterly and deeply the media fail to understand our military and the Americans that willingly join it, I’m not sure what it might be. The Free Beacon explains: “Secretary of Defense James Mattis received media criticism this week after [Read More]

Donald Trump

Trump Tweet Tempest

June 30, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel   The First Amendment to the Constitution reads: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government [Read More]

Elections

GA-6: America May Have A Chance

June 23, 2017 1willford 0

Since the election of Donald Trump, Democrats–and the media; I know–I repeat myself–have lived in a continuous state of delusion, hatred, rage and projection. Donald Trump could not possibly have been elected president. After all, it was Hillary Clinton’s turn, and they didn’t know anyone that voted for Trump, not [Read More]

Nominations

James Comey: The New Normal

June 8, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The “hottest ticket in town,” as the media have termed it, is over, at least the public version of the performance. Make no mistake, gentle readers, it was a performance, though one that is not done. The Media, the Democrats, far too many Republicans and everyone [Read More]

Nominations

Kathy Griffin: Head Games

June 1, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Deference: noun. Recognition of and appreciation for the position or authority of another. Respect: noun. Recognition of and appreciation for the character or qualities of another. Comedian Kathy Griffin’s recent miscalculation suggests the old maxim that there is no such thing as bad publicity—even bad publicity is good [Read More]

Obama

If We Can Keep It

March 23, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The story goes that as he was leaving the hall, the newly drafted Constitution approved and signed, a woman approached Benjamin Franklin and asked him what kind of government the delegates gave America. Franklin replied: “a republic, if you can keep it.” To read the rest, go [Read More]

Social Issues

Megyn Kelly Leaves FOX For NBC

January 4, 2017 JoshuaPundit 1

FOX news anchor Megyn Kelly has jumped to NBC, where the 46-year-old personality will headline her own afternoon news program at NBC News as well as a prime time “in-depth” Sunday night news show. “While I will greatly miss my colleagues at Fox, I am delighted to be joining the [Read More]

PC-Silliness

The New York Times has a perfect Fox Butterfield fallacy

September 3, 2016 Bookworm 0

For those unfamiliar with the term, “Fox Butterfield fallacy” is named after a New York Times rejoicing under the euphonious name “Fox Butterfield.” Butterfield wrote an article in 1994 that dealt with what to him was a mystifying conundrum: How could there be more criminals in prison if crime rates were [Read More]