Saturday, June 15, 2019

Trump Earthquake Causes Democrat Tsunami

It is not often that we get to witness a true phenomenon. The Reagan Revolution was exciting but it was not a phenomenon.  It was...

I’m Standing With Pat

I am proud to say I have been a viewer, reader, and supporter of Pat Buchanan for decades.  I have watched all the different...

Facebook yanks page of 12-year-old conservative who said Obama doesn’t love U.S.

On Friday, C.J. Pearson, a 12-year-old conservative from Georgia who posted a viral video supporting Rudy Giuliani, discovered that his personal Facebook page was...

The Church Bells All Were Broken

The church bells are nearly silent on East Main Street. As a kid growing up there were an even one half dozen churches spread over five blocks in my little home town. The Presbyterian and Methodist Churches were both located on East Main Street. These were large brick edifices with towering steeples and coming into town from Friendship Hill you could see the peaks through the trees in the valley below. It bespoke warmth and radiated small town values and if you didn’t think “Christian” clearly it was roused somewhere in the subconscious.

In Search of the Perfect Politician

“When a political party decides that moralizing about personal conduct is as important as public policy, it inevitably makes some of its leaders vulnerable to the worst charges of hypocrisy.” The Times, of course, is speaking of the infidelities and multiple marriages of GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich.

Peace, Preconditions and Duties

Submission to get a deal undermines what it wishes to preserve. If you follow big time politics, such as in “who invades whom and why,” then you noticed that the victims of state crimes are dropped if the aggressor shows brawn.

Evidence, Lawyers, Socrates and Jesus

The precedence for the following discussion is of weighty and important matter to us, not because it's "religious," but because truth is always important. Atheist...

Moonbeams and Wisconsin

California Governor Jerry Brown wants to hopscotch several environmental regulations in order to quickly build a high-speed choo-choo train. Nicknamed “Governor Moonbeam” by the late newspaper columnist, Mike Royko, the Governor is in reality a cafeteria environmentalist.

Justice and Common Sense

For long, a plea for the recognition of a Kurdish entity has been in “Duly Noted’s” pipeline. The Kurd’s impressive valor and the injustices...

A vote of ‘no duh’ for members of Congress

That is both simple and complex because you don't go "duh" to a U.S. senator, especially if you work for him

A Quartet Of Petro-Dollar Addicted Hypocrites…

Arabs--including the alleged "moderates"--have constantly refused to recognize a State of the Jews in the region, regardless of its size. Recall that one half of Israel's Jews were refugees from so-called "Arab" lands.

Simple questions might demand difficult answers

This writer became politically aware when the fifties dawned. Condemned to live in the Hungarian cell of Socialism’s Soviet empire, the “why” was reoccurring in...

A Brief Lesson in the Failure of Republics

With these new rights the people could elect their own leaders and councils who had a range of powers over the elite senate.

American Spy-Master and Election Hacker Revealed

For months we’ve heard endless reports concerning the supposed ties between the Trump campaign and the Darth Vader of the progressive’s nightmares, Putin’s Russia. ...

Do You have Hope?

Marching out of Yorktown to surrender the British Army played the song “The World Turned Upside Down.” As I drive to Meg Lo Mart...

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MFA Is A Lie!

The Truth about Scott Binsack from his own daughter’s mouth. This reads like a Walter Winchell file....

CigarBox – There But By The Grace of God

Dish Bob straightened his tie and checked his hair in the bathroom mirror of his apartment. He...

All The Good Little Slaves

You are ALL good little slaves and as noticeable as a pin head on the bottom of...