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P.C. Christmas circa 2017

P.C. Christmas circa 2017

. by Richard Eber I’m dreaming of a Politically Correct Christmas Just like the green one I never knew With birds chirping while no carbon footprints are lurking And air pollution is not making pathways in the sky I’m dreaming of a P.C. holiday season Just like the proper one I never knew Where diversity […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Sticks and Stones

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Sticks and Stones

. By L. Neil Smith We have come to be living in a world where the use of the wrong word (or even worse, the right one) can be regarded as a criminal act. Refer to a member of the sexually-confused profession by a pronoun they didn’t make up, and in some places (Canada, for […]

Progressives Destroy Everything They Touch — Everything

Progressives Destroy Everything They Touch — Everything

. By Michael Greer America was a country where principals, character, integrity and truth mattered. There were principals we all believed in, like the Constitution, Judaeo/Christian values, free speech, and the value of our founding.  Of course, there were Fabian Socialists/Progressives who hated everything we believed in but they were few and far between.  For […]

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

“All are welcome. No exceptions,” reads the cheap, blue sign zip-tied to the wrought iron fence between brick pillars outside Christ Church in Alexandria. “All,” that is, except George Washington and Robert E.

Los Angeles Replaces Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples Day

Los Angeles Replaces Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples Day

Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday in favor of changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day, citing the opinion of many who consider the Italian explorer a symbol of genocide for native indigenous peoples in North America and elsewhere. L.A. became the latest of American cities to have opted to rename the day, which was […]

Potemkin Universities

Potemkin Universities

by Victor Davis Hanson// May 4, 2017   Behind the facades, universities have broken faith with a once-noble legacy of free inquiry. College campuses still appear superficially to be quiet, well-landscaped refuges from the bustle of real life. But increasingly, their spires, quads, and ivy-covered walls are facades. They are now no more about free […]

Eber: I’m dreaming of a politically correct Christmas

Eber: I’m dreaming of a politically correct Christmas

. . By Stephen Frank Merry Christmas and a Happy Hanukah. My good friend Rich Eber of the Bay Area and I were talking about Christmas songs.  He decided to re-write a traditional, classic song. “In a perfect world could  it ever be possible to tolerate “chestnuts roasting on an open fire” when such am […]

Tony the Tiger joins America’s corporate Thought Police

Tony the Tiger joins America’s corporate Thought Police

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., December 7, 2016 – Kellogg’s, America’s favorite breakfast cereal company since 1898, now has announced a new product line: “Thought Policing.” The company, whose “Tony the Tiger” has greeted generations of Americans each morning at breakfast, suddenly decided to influence not just our breakfasts, but our thoughts as well. Kellogg’s publicly announced […]

Five Ways to Observe Columbus Day

Five Ways to Observe Columbus Day

By Jason Leclerc Editor’s Note: Columbus Day always celebrated the 2nd Monday in October.  This year it falls on October 10th It wasn’t long ago—relative to the age of the universe—that Christopher Columbus defied the horizon and set off in search of a passage East. As we’ve learned in the dominant, perpetuated myth about this […]

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

By Elise Cooper, June 16, 2016 Once again Americans face the horrific tragedy of a terrorist attack: this past weekend, at least fifty died, with over forty wounded.  American Thinker interviewed some retired FBI agents and police commissioners to understand why it happened, if it could have been prevented, and what to do going forward.  Both presidential […]

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