By: Mike McDaniel Americans, in general, tend to take for granted their affluence. Compared to the rest of the world, we are fabulously wealthy. That relative wealth and ease of living tends to allow us to become, upon occasion, frivolous, to focus on issues—global warming being an obvious example—others not so fortunate would never get around to considering. But even in American society, there are those who not only jump and shark in such matters, they go full, bullgoose loony. Never go full, bullgoose loony.
I’m still vibrating from the excitement of an evening hearing Mark Steyn, Victor Davis Hanson, and Steve Hayward, something I try to share in this post. Thanks to a kind friend, last night I once again had the inestimable pleasure of attending PRI’s annual gala. This year, Mark Steyn was [Read More]
In California, if you’re a conservative, your choices are very limited — but you should still vote, just to remind Progressives that you’re out there. I voted. You should too. (And a reminder to California voters that my suggestion for U.S. Senate, given that we are denied the right to do [Read More]
By Mike McDaniel One of the more dubious benefits of writing my scruffy little home blog is I am informed, daily, of all manner of unsavory and disturbing facts. Because my first career was in law enforcement, I am more than well acquainted with man’s inhumanity toward man–nothing surprises [Read More]