Thursday, June 21, 2018

Storage of Records of Background Checks Shifted After Last Year’s Security Breach

The Obama administration on Friday said that the Defense Department would take over the storage of records from federal background checks, part of an...

Boxing with Kindergarteners

I don’t have anything against memes, per se.  Some of them can be funny and I’ve even retweeted a few good ones in my...

Group collects 31,000 signatures against removal of Confederate monuments in New Orleans

A group that opposes Mayor Mitch Landrieu's plan to remove four monuments to the Confederacy says it has collected more than 31,000 signatures on...

No Photo IDs for FBI FOIAs

The FBI recently opened beta testing of eFOIA, a new online system for filing and tracking requests for records under the Freedom of Information...

The Price of PC

I’m not fat.  I’m gravitationally enhanced. As a service to all readers, I need to warn you that this column may contain trigger words and...

Federal Government Grievance List Looks Like King George’s List

A list of the most serious grievances of the Federal government - this looks like something we'd send to King George: • The President has...

Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments Statue Will Be Taken Down In Weeks

The privately funded statue of the Ten Commandments on the Oklahoma State Capitol grounds will be removed by Oct. 12. Though the  Oklahoma Supreme Court...

The Jawbone of an Ass

I sent out a notice to my Facebook friends last night that I was leaving Facebook. There are many factors concerning this decision, and...

The Constitution Vs. The Left

The Constitution has been called a living document.  The reason for that is because when it was written, the founding fathers realized that as...

The Kochs freeze out Donald Trump

Continued stiff-arming by the powerful Koch network could limit Trump’s ability to build a professional campaign operation. The Koch brothers are freezing out Donald Trump...

Just About THERE!

America is being torn apart by perverted, lazy, rabble rousers. Y'all might as well sit back, pour a cup of coffee and strap...

Mississippi school district fined $7500 for opening assembly with prayer

BY SAMUEL SMITH A U.S. Federal District Court has fined Mississippi's third largest public school district $7,500 after a minister opened up a districtwide honors...

Tennessee Democrat offers bill to stop honoring Confederate general’s birthday

The Memphis City Council unanimously voted to dig up Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. Now, state Rep. Mike Stewart, a Democrat from Nashville, wants...

Cruz campaign rips NYT for leaving book off bestseller list

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's campaign is blasting The New York Times for not including the GOP presidential candidate's book on its influential bestseller list. It described the newspaper's initial explanations for not including the recently released A Time For Truth as "cryptic" and "false," and suggested the Times "does not want people to read the book."

Apple Computer & Gen. Jubal Early’s Last Defeat

This is what happens when people who lack common sense or even a sense of proportion try to stay current with the latest PC...

Latest article

Supreme Court rules states can require online retailers to collect sales tax

The justices broke with 50 years' worth of legal rulings that barred the states from imposing sales taxes on most of the purchases their residents make from out-of-state retailers.
The Butcher Shop

The Butcher Shop Cuts Meat

The Butcher Shop Cuts Meat! The country is in a furor over the events down here in Texas concerning the separation of families. Opinions...

US hit with $3.2 billion in tariffs by EU

Wednesday, the European Union hit the US with retaliatory tariffs on goods this week in response to President Donald Trump's duties on metal imports from the...