Climate Change Forecasts

By Larry Elder – Posted: Aug 25, 2022 – for Townhall.com My cmnt: Be sure to read the comments below this column. My cmnt: Also click this link: Newsweek 1975: The Cooling Worldhttps://iseethics.files.wor…The closing paragraph is a hoot. “‘The trouble with almost all environmental problems,’ says Paul R. Ehrlich, the population biologist, ‘is that by the time we have enough evidence to convince people, you’re dead. … We must realize that unless we are extremely lucky, everybody will disappear in a cloud of blue steam in 20 years.’” –The New York Times, 1969. “No real action has been taken to … Continue reading Climate Change Forecasts

Radical Prophet

David Horowitz was right about the Left. by Mark Bauerlein – Summer 2018 – Claremont Review of Books In 1987, not long after David Horowitz had completed his transition from ’60s radical to ’80s conservative, he received a letter from an ex-comrade. They’d just had a political argument over the phone, and she wanted to close the conversation with a summary of his renunciation of the hard Left. They had both been Red Diaper babies, classmates at the Sunnyside Progressive School, and children of members of a Communist enclave in Queens. Now, her companion of the barricades had decided to back … Continue reading Radical Prophet

Conservapedia – check it out for a counter to the lies of the Liberal-Left

Posted by Lord Buckbeak – Aug 20, 2022 – conservapedia.com “I myself believe that the duel between Christianity and atheism is the most important in the world. I further believe that the struggle between individualism and collectivism is the same struggle reproduced on another level.” – William F. Buckley, God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of “Academic Freedom” “There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilizations – these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it is immortals whom we joke with, … Continue reading Conservapedia – check it out for a counter to the lies of the Liberal-Left

Where Does ‘In God We Trust’ Come From? National Motto Appearing in Public Schools Across America

BY DANIEL AVERY ON 8/6/19 AT 10:27 AM EDT – for NewsWeek.com My cmnt: I must note that in times of great national distress our leaders have always, since the founding of the country and before, called upon Almighty God (or Providence) to protect us and “look with favor upon our undertakings.” In July, a new law took effect requiring South Dakota public schools to prominently display the phrase “In God We Trust” on school grounds starting in the 2019-2020 academic year. “A prominent location is a school entryway, cafeteria, or other common area where students are most likely to see the … Continue reading Where Does ‘In God We Trust’ Come From? National Motto Appearing in Public Schools Across America

Presidential Thanksgiving Proclamations and FDR’s D-Day Prayer

Thanksgiving Proclamation [New York, 3 October 1789] By the President of the United States of America. a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor—and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me “to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God especially by affording them an opportunity … Continue reading Presidential Thanksgiving Proclamations and FDR’s D-Day Prayer

‘Civil War’ Porn

By Victor Davis Hanson – Aug 18, 2022 9:12 AM – for Townhall.com As President Joe Biden’s polls stagnate and the midterms approach, we are now serially treated to yet another progressive melodrama about the dangers of a supposed impending radical right-wing violent takeover. This time the alleged threat is a Neanderthal desire for a “civil war.” The FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s Florida home, the dubious rationale for such a historic swoop, and the popular pushback at the FBI and Department of Justice from roughly half the country have further fueled these giddy “civil war” conjectures. Recently … Continue reading ‘Civil War’ Porn

Conservative Ad Highlights Insanity of ‘Men in Girl’s Sports’

By PAUL BOIS – 16 Aug 2022 – for Breitbart.news A new political ad from the conservative non-profit group Citizens for Sanity illustrated the insanity of men competing in women’s sports under the guise of transgenderism. The ad features several girl athletes prepping for a big race at a track meet as a narrator expounds upon the intense training regimes they all follow to reach peak performance. “She trains at 6 a.m. every morning,” the narrator says as the young women assemble on the starting line. “She spent years working to shave off seconds. She’s the captain of her school’s team.” … Continue reading Conservative Ad Highlights Insanity of ‘Men in Girl’s Sports’

Big Tent Originalism

Originalism is the most meaningful approach to constitutional interpretation. by Jeremy Rabkin – Summer 2018 – for Claremont Review of Books Ilan Wurman’s valuable new book, A Debt Against the Living, lives up to its subtitle: it offers an “introduction.” Wurman wants to persuade readers that “originalism”—the effort to read the Constitution in accord with its original meaning—is a serious project. And he wants to show that it is, in fact, a much more reasonable approach than alternatives that leave judges free to improvise new meanings based on contemporary fads or priorities, thus defeating the point of a written constitution. At the … Continue reading Big Tent Originalism

A Living Constitution

An interpretive history of the Constitution through ten lives. by Ilya Shapiro – Summer 2018 – for Claremont Review of Books How would you write an interpretive history of the U.S. Constitution? Not a story of the framing and how the founders’ political theories have survived (or not) the test of time, or a chronological exegesis of Supreme Court cases, or even a critique of American constitutionalism from a particular theoretical perspective. Those worthy projects have been done in many forms, but if you wanted to produce an accessible book that addressed the main ideas undergirding our constitutional order as they’ve … Continue reading A Living Constitution

Thomas Sowell’s Inconvenient Truths

Hard questions about discrimination, diversity, and civil rights. by William Voegeli – Summer 2018 – for Claremont Review of Books New York City’s vast public school system enrolls 1.1 million students, some 18,000 of whom attend nine “specialized” high schools, where the curriculum is particularly rigorous and admission is both widely sought and highly competitive. Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, and Brooklyn Tech are the oldest, largest, and most famous such institutions. Eight of these schools base admission decisions solely on applicants’ scores on the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT), developed by an education assessment company under contract to the New York … Continue reading Thomas Sowell’s Inconvenient Truths

Pointers From Portugal on Addiction and the Drug War

Decriminalization involves trade-offs, but treating addiction as a disease yields a clear gain, research suggests. By Austin Frakt – Published Oct. 5, 2020 – for The New York Times Many people point to Portugal as an example for the United States to emulate in dealing with illicit drugs. But Portugal’s experience is often misunderstood. Although it in small amounts in 2001, including heroin and cocaine, that’s different from making them legal. And it did not decriminalize drug trafficking, which would typically involve larger quantities. Portugal’s law removed incarceration, but people caught possessing or using illicit drugs may be penalized by regional panels made … Continue reading Pointers From Portugal on Addiction and the Drug War

Did Physics Kill God?

By Jay W. Richards – Nov 3, 2010 – discovery.org JAY W. RICHARDS NOVEMBER 3, 2010  INTELLIGENT DESIGN ORIGINAL ARTICLE Stephen Hawking declared that our understanding of physics proves God did not create the universe. Is he right? Stephen Hawking holds the chair of mathematics at Cambridge University once held by Sir Isaac Newton. So when he declared that our understanding of physics shows that God did not create the universe, it was bound to get attention. Summarizing the thesis of his new book, The Grand Design (co-authored with Leonard Mlodinow), Hawking announced: “Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can … Continue reading Did Physics Kill God?

Seriously… Lock Her Up

By Larry O’Connor | Posted: Feb 17, 2022 – for Townhall.com My cmnt: Yes, the democrats and Hillary are guilty of spying on President Trump and his campaign in 2016. See details below. It is now a full six months later and she and all of the democrat criminals (Comey, Brennan, Strzok, McCabe) are still walking around as free men. The democrat party and the deep state bureaucracy are guilty of running a ThirdWorld banana regime and are getting away with it. Earlier this week, I spoke with Byron York of The Washington Examiner regarding the latest revelations related to … Continue reading Seriously… Lock Her Up

American Stasi

By Josh Hammer |Posted: Aug 12, 2022 – for Townhall.com Monday’s shocking images of police sirens blaring outside Mar-a-Lago, former President Donald Trump’s magnificent Palm Beach, Florida, estate, will not soon be forgotten. Much has already been said and written about the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago that precipitated those sirens: “outrageous,” “unprecedented,” a “crossing of the Rubicon” moment. Regrettably, all of that is true. The siccing of the national law enforcement apparatus to execute a pre-dawn raid on a top partisan rival — especially when that rival is the head of state’s predecessor and perhaps-likely future opponent — is a … Continue reading American Stasi

Barack Obama Has Missing Records. When Will the FBI Ransack His House?

By Matt Vespa | @mvespa1 | Posted: Aug 11, 2022 11:45 AM – for Townhall.com My cmnt: There is no doubt that B.O. took all kinds of classified documents when he left the White House. He would have to. His was the most corrupt and nontransparent regime ever. His top secret and classified emails exchanged with Hillary on her illegal and unsecured private server would have landed President Trump in prison WHILE still in office. The demos accuse Republicans, and especially Trump, of everything they ACTUALLY do. My cmnt: Democrat criminality is either completely ignored or given a slap on … Continue reading Barack Obama Has Missing Records. When Will the FBI Ransack His House?

Behind the Song: Joni Mitchell, “Goodbye Pork Pie Hat”

by Rick MooreAmerican Songwriter – from Joni Mitchell’s websiteMarch 4, 2020 My cmnt: I was playing this piece by Mingus on my digital sax – really nice, smooth jazz, fun to play – and wanted to know more about it so, finding this interesting, I’ve decided to post it. What an assignment this must have been. For singer Joni Mitchell to honor the request of one of the great giants of jazz – Charles Mingus – and put lyrics to some of his classic pieces before he died of Lou Gehrig’s disease would have been beyond the scope of most writers. … Continue reading Behind the Song: Joni Mitchell, “Goodbye Pork Pie Hat”

Electricity Is the New Medical Miracle

Stimulating the vagus nerve can relieve arthritis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory conditions—perhaps someday even Alzheimer’s disease. By Allysia Finley July 22, 2022 3:51 pm ET – for Wall Street Journal Kelly Owens was a medical mystery, her teens and 20s blighted by a cascade of seemingly unrelated health problems that left her debilitated. For a decade and a half she was put on one medication after another—22 in all—to little effect. Then electricity saved her. “I didn’t even remember how ‘healthy’ felt, since it had been 15 years,” Ms. Owens, 33, says. Now she and her husband are talking about having … Continue reading Electricity Is the New Medical Miracle

Poll: A Significant number of Americans Regret Taking Covid Vaccine

By Sarah Arnold | Posted: Aug 06, 2022 12:25 PM – for Townhall.com In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, UCLA Geffen School of Medicine Doctor Joseph Lapado and Yale School of Public Health Doctor Harvey Risch are sounding the alarm that there may be serious underestimated risks involved with the side effects of the Wuhan Coronavirus vaccine. This comes as an independent pollster found that a significant number of Americans regret receiving the vaccine in the first place.  10 percent of those vaccinated said they wish they hadn’t done so, while 15 percent of adults said they have been diagnosed … Continue reading Poll: A Significant number of Americans Regret Taking Covid Vaccine

Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?

There are concerning trends on blood clots and low platelets, not that the authorities will tell you. By Joseph A. Ladapo and Harvey A. Risch – June 22, 2021 1:09 pm – Wall Street Journal One remarkable aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic has been how often unpopular scientific ideas, from the lab-leak theory to the efficacy of masks, were initially dismissed, even ridiculed, only to resurface later in mainstream thinking. Differences of opinion have sometimes been rooted in disagreement over the underlying science. But the more common motivation has been political. Another reversal in thinking may be imminent. Some scientists have raised concerns that the … Continue reading Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?

Biden Still Testing Positive While His Doc Hides…What Gives?

By Spencer Brown – Posted: Aug 05, 2022 1:00 – Townhall.com On Friday, President Biden’s personal doctor reported that for another day, the commander in chief tested positive for COVID — a full seven days since he tested positive with a “rebound” case of the virus Biden promised to “shut down” when he was campaigning in 2020.  Here’s what the latest letter from Dr. Kevin O’Connor to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had to say: The President continues to feel very well. His cough has almost completely resolved. His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain entirely … Continue reading Biden Still Testing Positive While His Doc Hides…What Gives?

So-Called Inflation Reduction Act Will Make Stagflation Worse

Matthew Dickerson / July 28, 2022 – for the Daily Signal My cmnt: Biden’s first – unnecessary – massive (vote buying) spending bill of nearly $2 trillion dollars in 2021 lit the fuse that blew-up inflation. Of course his – unnecessary – curtailing of oil leases, killing the Keystone pipeline and making it impossible to build new oil refineries – all while blaming Russia (what is it with these democrats NOW blaming Russia for everything while just a few years ago and forever they have loved the Soviets) for the high gas prices at the pump. After more than a year of … Continue reading So-Called Inflation Reduction Act Will Make Stagflation Worse

Biden pushes for ‘equity’ over ‘equality.’ Here’s the difference — and why it matters

By Bailey Aldridge – February 01, 2021 2:24 PM – for McClatchy News My cmnt: I post this because it shows the blindness of young Libs to the dangers of promoting “equity” over “equality”. It always ends badly for everyone except the favored few. The whole cry of communism since its inception has been the lie that they will MAKE everyone equal. What they have actually shown over 100 years of recent history is that the elites, like elite democratic leadership in America, live in the Hamptons while the masses live in the ghettos. The only equity they achieve is … Continue reading Biden pushes for ‘equity’ over ‘equality.’ Here’s the difference — and why it matters

How millennials became aggressively illiberal, censorious young adults

By George F. Will – Columnist The Washington Post | July 8, 2022 at 4:25 p.m. EDT Time was, conscientious parents fretted about “summer learning loss.” Now, when much of what schools do subtracts from understanding, summer could at least be a time for recuperation from educational malpractice — were summer not just another season of screen addictions for young people deformed by this digital age. In 2008, Americans were being inundated by journalism performing anticipatory sociology. “Techno-cheerleaders” — Mark Bauerlein’s term — predicted that millennials (born 1981-1996), the first generation suckled by their digital devices, would dazzle the world … Continue reading How millennials became aggressively illiberal, censorious young adults

U.S. Inflation Hits New Four-Decade High of 9.1%

Prices up broadly across the economy, with gasoline far outpacing other categories By Gabriel T. Rubin – Updated July 13, 2022 7:07 pm ET – The Wall Street Journal My cmnt: This simply is what happens when you put a Leftist, nincompoop**, senile, demented democrat in charge of your country. My wife and I vividly remember living through the Carter years. Then the Obama years. Rich, white, guilty, college-indoctrinated democrats vote this type of religious nut (i.e., believes superstitiously in man-made global warming, Darwinism and abortion) into office because their incomes protect them and they can feel good about themselves. The … Continue reading U.S. Inflation Hits New Four-Decade High of 9.1%

The God Gap Helps Explain a ‘Seismic Shift’ in American Politics

The most important religious divide isn’t between right and left, but between left and left By David French – Jul 17, 2022 – the French Press My cmnt: Only an arrogant, indoctrinated marxist like B.O. could come up with a phrase like “coalition of the ascendant.” People have wondered whether Obama and his racist mentor-pastor Wright were really Christians. It’s not a matter of whether or not he CLAIMS to be a Christian, we see by his constant disdain for Christians worldwide and his endless empathy for murderous Muslims worldwide where his heart lies. But even that is not the … Continue reading The God Gap Helps Explain a ‘Seismic Shift’ in American Politics

New Poll: Most Say 2020 Election Was Totally Loaded with Fraud

By Matt Vespa – @mvespa1 – Posted: Oct 11, 2021 4:45 PM – for Townhall Afghanistan collapsed. Inflation is soaring. Job creating slowing. Consumer confidence falling. China is getting more aggressive in the Taiwan Straits. The border is an absolute fiasco. COVID vaccinations have cratered. And Joe Biden is AWOL on everything. Where is this guy? He lied about getting the vaccine and taking the mask off. He lied about the mandate itself. It’s why 38 percent approve of the job he’s doing. It’s why 50 percent think he’s dishonest. It’s why 55 percent think he’s incompetent at running the … Continue reading New Poll: Most Say 2020 Election Was Totally Loaded with Fraud

Is the Universe Made of Math?

In this excerpt from his new book, Our Mathematical Universe, M.I.T. professor Max Tegmark explores the possibility that math does not just describe the universe, but makes the universe By Max Tegmark on January 10, 2014 – Scientific America Excerpted with permission from Our Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality, by Max Tegmark. Available from Random House/Knopf. Copyright © 2014. My cmnt: My PhD physics buddy: Please let me know what your take is on all of this. What’s the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything? In Douglas Adams’ science-fiction spoof “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, … Continue reading Is the Universe Made of Math?

For Math Fans: A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Number 42

Here is how a perfectly ordinary number captured the interest of sci-fi enthusiasts, geeks and mathematicians By Jean-Paul Delahaye on September 21, 2020 – for Scientific American Everyone loves unsolved mysteries. Examples include Amelia Earhart’s disappearance over the Pacific in 1937 and the daring escape of inmates Frank Morris and John and Clarence Anglin from Alcatraz Island in California in 1962. Moreover our interest holds even if the mystery is based on a joke. Take author Douglas Adams’s popular 1979 science-fiction novel The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the first in a series of five. Toward the end of the book, the supercomputer Deep Thought … Continue reading For Math Fans: A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Number 42

An Open Letter to American Jews

by Ben Shapiro – Wednesday, April 28, 2010 – from my files Dear American Jews, I write to you as a charter member of the tribe. I’m not only Jewish, I’m religious. I’m married to an Israeli girl (she’ll receive her citizenship next year and she is a proud soon-to-be American). I go to synagogue regularly, keep kosher, keep the Sabbath. American Jews, I have one request of you: please pull your heads out of your posteriors. I mean that in all sincerity. Your continued support for Democrats and an Obama administration that is openly anti-Semitic is a disgrace. Your … Continue reading An Open Letter to American Jews

Doubting Rationalist: an interview with Phillip E. Johnson

“Intelligent Design” Proponent Phillip Johnson and How He Came to Be by Michael Powell  Washington Post Staff WriterSunday, May 15, 2005; D01 BERKELEY, Calif.  “The Washington Post is not one of my biggest fans, you know that.” Hello? The Washington Post reporter has just walked out of a spray of Pacific-borne rain into the living room of a modest bungalow west of downtown. There’s a shag rug, an inspirational painting or two and Phillip Johnson, dressed in tan slacks and a sweater and sitting on a couch. He pulls a dog-eared copy of a Post editorial out of his shirt … Continue reading Doubting Rationalist: an interview with Phillip E. Johnson

Lia Thomas’ nomination for NCAA Woman of the Year is a ‘slap to the face’ for female swimmers: Riley Gaines

Gaines was also nominated for the Woman of the Year award by the University of Kentucky By Yael Halon | Fox News – July 18, 2022 – for Foxnews.com Former superstar swimmer for Kentucky (who is actually a woman) says the University of Pennsylvania’s nomination of swimmer Lia Thomas (who is actually a man) for NCAA Woman of the Year is ‘incredibly insulting’ on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines decried the University of Pennsylvania’s decision to nominate Lia Thomas for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award Monday, calling the move a “slap to the face” for female athletes and … Continue reading Lia Thomas’ nomination for NCAA Woman of the Year is a ‘slap to the face’ for female swimmers: Riley Gaines

The Complex History and Uneasy Present of ‘Porgy and Bess’

It has entertained, and sometimes enraged, generations of audiences. Now the Gershwin classic is opening the Metropolitan Opera’s season. By Michael Cooper – Published Sept. 19, 2019 Updated Sept. 21, 2019 – New York Times It was one of those mythic New York nights: the Broadway premiere of the Gershwins’ “Porgy and Bess” in 1935. The starry opening drew Hollywood royalty, including Katharine Hepburn and Joan Crawford. After the ovations died down, the A-listers headed to a glamorous after-party, where George Gershwin played excerpts from his score on the piano. By the next morning, though, the questions would begin. Those questions — about … Continue reading The Complex History and Uneasy Present of ‘Porgy and Bess’

Police Chief: 22-Year-Old Who Killed Mall Shooter Is ‘Hero of the Day’

AWR Hawkins – 17 Jul 2022 – for Breitbart.news Greenwood, Indiana, police chief Jim Ison described the 22-year-old who shot and killed a mall attacker as the “hero of the day.” Reuters quoted Ison saying, “The real hero of the day is the citizen that was lawfully carrying a firearm in that food court and was able to stop the shooter almost as soon as he began.” Breitbart News reported that a suspect opened fire in the Greenwood Park Mall food court around 6 p.m. The attacker was able to kill three people before the 22-year-old armed citizen intervened, shooting the … Continue reading Police Chief: 22-Year-Old Who Killed Mall Shooter Is ‘Hero of the Day’

There’s just so much wrong with this picture

From the Lincoln Journal Star – Sunday July 17, 2022 – Opinion page It could be argued that this sign does not belong in public and certainly not on the opinion page of our local newspaper. It also raises the question, why are abortion advocates so vulgar and vile? And this indoctrinating of young girls to believe that killing your baby is a Constitutional right seems a bit beyond the pale. At the very least this could strike one as very questionable parenting. Holding signs at various protests by the Left with pornographic words and images has in the past … Continue reading There’s just so much wrong with this picture

Bleak Nation

Our colonial past was not beautiful, but it was also not more destructive than many other pasts. by Allen C. Guelzo – Spring 2022 – for the Claremont Review of Books My cmnt: Allen Guelzo reviews a book here by Alan Taylor who takes a Leftist, slanted view of the American founding and founders. Guelzo shows how an “eminent” scholar and historian like Taylor can pick and choose when writing a history according to his preconceived notions of where he wants to end up and what he wants to convey to his readers. In other words history can be written, even … Continue reading Bleak Nation

Father of His Country

George Washington’s American nationalism. by Carson Holloway – Spring 2022 – the Claremont Review of Books After Donald Trump described himself as a nationalist in 2018, the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin replied that nationalism is not only “contrary to the principles of a multiethnic, multiracial democracy” but also “antithetical to America’s founding creed.” On this question, however, the preeminent founder, George Washington, had more in common with Trump’s position than Rubin’s. Though Washington never used the term “nationalism,” the nation—its identity, interests, and honor—was central to his statesmanship. National Interest The most famous expression of Washington’s nationalism can be found in his … Continue reading Father of His Country

Pursuing Happiness

Tracing the radically different conceptions of human flourishing that have been in contention over the past half-millennium can help us acquire self-knowledge. by Diana Schaub – Spring 2022 – for the Claremont Review of Books We have an inalienable right to pursue happiness, but are we any good at it? Do we ever achieve happiness, or does the mode of our pursuit push away its satisfaction? Do we substitute busyness for contentment? In agreement with Alexis de Tocqueville’s description of Americans as “restless in the midst of their well-being,” Benjamin and Jenna Silber Storey offer a philosophical genealogy of our unquiet … Continue reading Pursuing Happiness

The French Revolution Doesn’t Hold A Candle To America’s War Of Independence

July’s tale of two revolutions highlights America’s superior system of government and, most importantly, its relationship with God. BY: CARINA BENTON – JULY 15, 2022 – for The Federalist An intriguing fallout from the Supreme Court’s evisceration of the constitutionally baseless Roe V. Wade decision can be found across the Atlantic, where efforts are now underway to enshrine in the French Constitution the so-called right to kill one’s own pre-born baby. Evidently some plumes have been ruffled. French President Emmanuel Macron, whose own people have such a poor opinion of his performance that his party hemorrhaged 63 seats in the recent legislative elections, went as far as … Continue reading The French Revolution Doesn’t Hold A Candle To America’s War Of Independence

11 Of The Biden Administration’s Greatest Failures So Far

From historic failures internationally to crises at home, the Biden administration makes every single thing it touches worse. BY: BETH WHITEHEAD – JULY 15, 2022 – for the Federalist It’s no exaggeration: Joe Biden is bringing the country down in a tailspin. From historic failures internationally to crises at home and dropping approval ratings, Biden’s administration makes every single thing it touches worse. Taken alone, each of these failures is pretty damning, but as a whole — or at least even just this small sampling — they reveal the degree to which our 46th president is a danger to America’s well-being. … Continue reading 11 Of The Biden Administration’s Greatest Failures So Far

Government 101 – Syllabus

Laying the foundation Philosophy – Religion – Worldview – Apologetics – History – The Enlightenment – Building on that foundation Government – Economics – Science – The result of that foundation The American Revolution The French Revolution America – The Constitution The Bill of Rights – Ripping up the foundation The Culture Wars Secular Humanism Communism Biblical Higher Criticism Darwinism Scientism Modernism Postmodernism Radical Environmentalism Feminism Gender Theory Liberation Theology Critical Race Theory Covid-19 politics The End of Freedom? Bibliography How Should We Then Live?: The Rise and Decline of Western Thought and Culture – Francis Schaeffer Worldviews in Conflict … Continue reading Government 101 – Syllabus

The Irish Aren’t Red-headed Mexicans

May 16, 2018 by Ann Coulter – her website In an interview with NPR last Friday, Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly described the illegal aliens pouring across our border in the most gentle manner imaginable. He said that illegal aliens aren’t “bad people,” but also “not people that would easily assimilate into the United States into our modern society.” They are, he continued, mostly rural, poor, unskilled and illiterate. “They don’t speak English,” Kelly said. “Obviously, that’s a big thing.” Kelly violated the civic religion of treating every non-American as better than an American — a potential valedictorian, Medal … Continue reading The Irish Aren’t Red-headed Mexicans