August 23, 2017
Guns & 2nd Amendment

The Baltimore Disease

August 21, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    As regular readers know, I’ve been following the Freddie Grey case since its inception. Some aspects of the case, particularly the disposition of internal Baltimore PD discipline directed at the officers involved, remain unresolved. But there are other aspects of that case still affecting public policy, [Read More]

Universities Orwellian
Media Bias

America’s universities seed the Orwellian world that surrounds us

August 20, 2017 Bookworm 0

America’s Leftist universities are the poisonous trees and America’s newsrooms are the toxic, hate-filled fruit they bear. I routinely rant and rave about the fact that America’s colleges and university systems are Ground Zero for the thinking that is destroying America. Whether it’s Third-Wave man-hating feminism, anti-white racism, BDS antisemitism, [Read More]

Education

Reality Tends To Catch Up With You

August 20, 2017 mcdanielm 1

I have, for some years now, been watching the fetid swamp of political correctness, fearfulness, and the jellyfish spines of college administrators at our nation’s institutions of higher learning. I’ve come across numerous articles wherein the precious, special snowflakes have bitterly claimed their teacher’s expectations they use proper grammar, spelling [Read More]

PC-Silliness

Where are the White Supremacists’ Candidates in 2018?

August 18, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

Vassar Bushmills I know more about those snot-eyed, inbred, racist skinhead, neo-Nazi, confederacy worshipping people than most of you. So I love people who rant about people and things they know nothing about. I’m in Richmond so know them in their natural habitat. Every city has had them for years, not [Read More]

Confederate monument, Oak Woods Cemetery
Culture

The Confederate Monument in Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago

August 18, 2017 TheGlitteringEye 0

In Chicago’s Oak Woods Cemetery, covering the mass grave of 4,000 Confederate soldiers, captured and held prisoner at Camp Douglas, there is a large monument, pictured above. Here is the National Parks Service’s description of it: Confederate Mound is an elliptical plot, approximately 475 feet by 275 feet, located between [Read More]

Charlottesville
Social Issues

Where I stand on Charlottesville and Confederate monuments

August 17, 2017 Bookworm 0

At Charlottesville, Antifa and Neo-Nazis proved to be birds of a feather; and blacks are right to want to remove Confederate monuments from public spaces. I’ve been rather conspicuously silent about events in the South. As you know, I like to wait until the hysteria settles and facts emerge to [Read More]

Pro-Life Pregnancy Abortion
Culture

God forbid anyone might be mistaken for being pro-Life

August 17, 2017 Bookworm 0

Only in modern academia is it necessary for people to apologize for their decision not to terminate a pregnancy, lest they be mistaken for being pro-Life. Four times a year, Macalester College, one of the most liberal of America’s Midwestern liberal arts colleges, puts out a magazine for its alumni. [Read More]

Google Fascist Orwell
Politics

The Google Gestapo debacle . . . leads to excellent satire

August 11, 2017 Bookworm 2

There’s lots of outrage about Google’s war on thought-crimes, but not a lot of satire. Thankfully, what satire there is happens to be WONDERFUL. Google recently made the decision to fire a highly qualified engineer for the thought-crime of suggesting that the Google workplace could encourage a bit more diversity. [Read More]

Politics

Justine Damond: Rights And Responsibilities

August 8, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By: Mike McDaniel    It is easy, when one has extensive experience in a given profession, to take some things for granted. Particularly in police work, it’s easy to forget that virtually anyone without extensive police experience has little idea of the attitudes, expectations, policies, procedures, and of course, the [Read More]

Education

Texas: Campus Concealed Carry

August 7, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By Mike McDaniel   Do you hear that, gentle readers? The sound of happy crickets chirping? I’ll get to why they’re chirping soon enough, but let’s travel back in time to October of 2015, and No Good-Guy Guns On Campus: How’s That Workin’ Out For Ya?  That article was the story of [Read More]

Social Issues

The Muslim-American

August 4, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

Vassar Bushmills by Vassar I’ve written about this subject a few times since 9/11, since I’m something of a defender of Muslims in America.. A recent (Aug 1) interview by Tucker Carlson with an American convert to Islam, Bob Moaro, is descriptive of the general misunderstanding Americans have about worldwide Islam and Islam in America. They are different. By definition [Read More]

Race Relations

Justine Damond: A Fishing Expedition

August 1, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel There are no new, definitive developments in the Justine Damond shooting, though a number of news reports suggest the current police narrative is something like this: When Officers Harrity (driver) and Noor (passenger) reached the end of the alley, they heard a loud noise, perhaps a woman [Read More]

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