April 20, 2018
North Korea anti-American propaganda
Donald Trump

Progressives’ crude political commentary about North Korea [NSFW]

September 27, 2017 Bookworm 0

Given a vexing, dangerous, and complicated problem like North Korea, Progressives reduce the issue to school-boy sniggering about sexual prowess. One of the things that distinguishes Progressives from Conservatives is that the former are certain that they’re very smart. For example, they point out that wealthy Blue enclaves have a [Read More]

Milo Yiannopoulos
Politics

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]

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]

Public school is not the place for political indoctrination
Education

Political proselytizing should not happen in public school

December 14, 2016 Bookworm 0

Back in the 1960s and 1970s, state and local politicians did come and give talks at whichever public school I happened to attend at the time. The politicians’ topics were invariably uplifting things about civic involvement, public service, the great people of San Francisco or California, or similar anodyne, non-partisan [Read More]

Donald Trump

Trump: Scaring Livestock and Stampeding Women And Children

November 16, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel     The publisher of the New York Times has recently published an open letter to subscribers that some are terming an apology. In actuality, he apologizes for nothing, but merely suggests the NYT wants to do better at journalism, as Michael Goodwin at The NY Post reports:  The Gray [Read More]