September 23, 2018
Social Issues

Being A Man

December 31, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Steve Martin has long been one of my favorite comedian/actor/writer/musicians. He once observed it was a good thing he wasn’t female because he’d stay home all day, playing with his breasts. When humor has to be explained, it tends to lose its effectiveness, but this is a [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Your Self-Defense Stories of the Day

December 31, 2016 Doug Hagin 0

First to Georgia via Bearing Arms A convenience store clerk in Cartersville (GA) retreated to the back of the store when he saw a pair of armed robbers enter the store. He retreated into a back area of the store with five customers and tried to shut the door, only [Read More]


Solving The Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

December 30, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Following the recent hour-plus diatribe by Secretary of State John Kerry against Israel, every possible standard of reality and decency and western civilization, I was tempted, sorely tempted, to once again have at the abominable Mr. Kerry. Yes, he’s a life-long Marxist who betrayed America, outrageously slandered [Read More]


The Enigmatic Japanese

December 30, 2016 William of Ockham 0

Want to find out the difference between secular Japan and the secular West? How about what it feels like to be a white guy in Japan? From a guy who spent 5 years living there so you don’t have to, I compiled several of my responses to such questions and [Read More]


A Final Act Of Hatred – Obama Attacks Israel At The UN

December 29, 2016 JoshuaPundit 0

Outgoing President Barack Hussein Obama has devoted a chunk of his remaining time and attention in office to indulge in a spiteful, personal demonstration of his hatred for Israel. It’s the final attack of the most anti-Israel administration in U.S. history. And it isn’t finished yet. A reluctant Egypt had [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment


December 29, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Have you, gentle readers, heard of Washington Post Reporter David Fahrenthold? If not, read on, and as you do, remember: he is among the elite that believe themselves uniquely qualified to establish gun policy–policy: you don’t get any–for the great unwashed of flyover country. It seems Fahrenthold–remember, [Read More]


John Kerry, your Marxist Moron of the Day

December 29, 2016 Doug Hagin 0

Oh John F(ool) Kerry. He is a national disgrace on an epic level. His speech, hopefully his last as Secretary of State, was nothing more than a slap in the face to Israel, and all freedom loving people across the globe. He turned a blind eye to the evil acts [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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Obama betrays Israel, and Robert Reich says “more, please”

December 28, 2016 Bookworm 0

Kerry is an incredibly stupid, evil man. Only stupid people cling to the “two-state” idea given that the Palestinians have already walked away three times from offers giving them everything they asked for and, instead, have doubled down on their genocidal fury. The Palestinians keep the “two-state” solution alive as [Read More]

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Rights: Poking The Sleeping Giant

December 28, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The New York Post has an interesting article about a life-long Democrat, a middle class fellow, who actually voted for Donald Trump, and who is encouraged by what he has seen thus far. This is a kind of heresy that must have diehard progressives in red-faced, spitting rages, [Read More]


History, Half-Told

December 28, 2016 TheGlitteringEye 0

At RealClearWorld Peter Adamson explains the service to the world performed by Arab scholars of the 9th century CE: In the eastern part of the Roman Empire, the Greek-speaking Byzantines could continue to read Plato and Aristotle in the original. And philosophers in the Islamic world enjoyed an extraordinary degree [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Guns: Securing The Right To Self-Defense And Life, Part 10

December 27, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    This portion of the series focuses on the primary differences, advantages and disadvantages, between revolvers and semi-automatic handguns. I’m making the assumption that readers contemplating what I’ve had to say in the first nine installments intend to do more than purchase a firearm exclusively for home defense.  [Read More]


Chapecoense: LaMia pilot didn’t warn he was flying on empty

December 27, 2016 FaustaW 0

The airplane crash that killed all but three of Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer team: Doomed LaMia Flight’s Engines Began Shutting Down Several Minutes Before Crash. Colombian officials say pilots didn’t warn of total fuel loss until it was too late Investigators from Colombia’s Civil Aviation Authority said the pilots didn’t report [Read More]


#BoycottTheBoycotters: The Left Never Rests

December 26, 2016 Bookworm 0

#BoycottTheBoycotters continues to be an urgent battle cry. While you were busy enjoying the holidays with your family, Progressives were equally busy, targeting more businesses to join with them in saying that American conservatives are so beyond the pale that American businesses should no longer desire them as customers. As [Read More]

Just Plain Funny

The Sum of All Fears

December 26, 2016 TheGlitteringEye 0

Russians hacked the election. #PizzaGate. Trump is a Clinton plant. The conspiracy theories that have emerged about the 2016 presidential election have been dizzying. What do you get if you combine all of the conspiracy theories surrounding the 2016 presidential election? You get this: Stay around for the final two [Read More]


Chanukah 2016: A New Antiochus, Same Bloody Ground

December 26, 2016 RAvrech 0

by Robert J. Avrech A Chanukah message from Simon the Maccabee: “We have not taken a foreign land, nor did we take the property of others — for this is the inheritance of our fathers, which was for some time unjustly possessed by our enemies. But we, having the opportunity, returned [Read More]


College Accountability Through…Testing?!

December 26, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    I’ve always enjoyed the writing of Victor Davis Hanson. In fact, he encouraged me—not personally—to become a blogger. His work was not my only encouragement, because being a writer, I need to write, but it was a factor. But of course, one need not agree with everything [Read More]

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