The Subjective Reality of the Liberal Left

In spite of what many on the left would like to believe, reality, like truth, is not subjective. They can refuse to accept reality, and many do, but that does not change the nature of reality. It simply is what it is, and not necessarily what you believe it to be. One cannot change reality…… Continue reading The Subjective Reality of the Liberal Left

A Conservative Roundtable Discussion on Disability Entitlements

[Notice: This article is not meant to convince anyone to believe anything in particular. It is simply presenting the opinions and ideas of a group of conservatives. Although the names of the participants are fictional, the comments are not. They have been taken directly from the comment sections of multiple conservative news articles over the…… Continue reading A Conservative Roundtable Discussion on Disability Entitlements

Who Is Responsible For The Terror Attack In Boston?

Almost before the dust and smoke cleared away from yesterday’s terror attack at the Boston Marathon, the socialist left began their own attack on conservatives. Several leftist journalists began speculating that the attack was the responsibility of conservatives on the right. Charles P. Pierce wrote in Esquire magazine warned his readers to avoid jumping to…… Continue reading Who Is Responsible For The Terror Attack In Boston?

The Modern Socialist Eugenics Movement

Ideological closets tend to shelter skeletons that current adherents would much rather remain hidden. The closet belonging to the socialist left, however, contains more than most and one of the more horrendous skeletons is their fascination with eugenics. In a nutshell, eugenics is the belief that a society can be engineered (or re-engineered) through selective…… Continue reading The Modern Socialist Eugenics Movement

How Have We Reached A Point Where Defense of American Citizens Is Considered Wrong?

On March 6, 2013, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), conducted an impressive filibuster to protest and/or delay the appointment of John Brennan as director of the CIA. Since Brennan has made public statements that appear to be supportive of islamic terrorism, and he has made statements that appear to be anti-Israel, should have been enough to…… Continue reading How Have We Reached A Point Where Defense of American Citizens Is Considered Wrong?

Some Thoughts On Guns And Gun Control For President Obama & Vice-President Biden

Actually I would like to hear from President Obama or anyone in his immediate administration (Biden, Holder, Kerry, Napoliatano, etc), or any Senator or Representative on Capitol Hill. I probably shouldn’t hold my breath though. To begin with, we have been hearing quite a lot of talk (and not a little squabbling) regarding gun control.…… Continue reading Some Thoughts On Guns And Gun Control For President Obama & Vice-President Biden

Not Even John Wayne Can Help This Pilgrim

During an interview last week, the conversation came around to the issue of gun control, and President Obama was asked if he had fired a gun. In what was likely an attempt to smooth the raised hackles of gun owners and Second Amendment supporters, Obama answered, “Yes.” He then elaborated by saying, “up at Camp…… Continue reading Not Even John Wayne Can Help This Pilgrim

The Big (Gun) Grab

I have been intending to write an article revolving around the current gun control issue, but with today’s announcement of President Obama’s 23 “executive actions” concerning the issue, I can wait no longer as his list contains some very troubling aspects. Is this the big gun grab that so many have feared? Or, is this…… Continue reading The Big (Gun) Grab

Gun Control: How Effective is it?

Since the December 14th Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, the dominant liberal media has been buzzing with commentators, activists, politicians, and celebrities calling for stringent gun control measures. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has introduced a revision of the 1994 gun ban, which now includes virtually all popular handguns (in defiance of the…… Continue reading Gun Control: How Effective is it?

What the Heck? Some Thoughts on Priorities

As I sit down to begin this post, it is 9:53pm on Christmas night, December 25, 2012. Ever since Piers Morgan of CNN opened his mouth and proved to America that it is not necessary to have an IQ over 10 to be a television celebrity, thousands of Americans have rushed to the White House…… Continue reading What the Heck? Some Thoughts on Priorities

An Anti-Anti-Columbus Day Protest

Today is Columbus Day, the day we celebrate the discovery of North America by the Italian explorer, Christopher Columbus. It was on this very day in 1492 that Columbus sailed down the Hudson River and discovered North America. It was during this voyage down the Hudson that Columbus encountered the Nicnak and Paddywak Native American…… Continue reading An Anti-Anti-Columbus Day Protest

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Maybe It’s Time To Take A Stand

Now here’s a novel idea – let’s make every day a “Draw Mohammed Day” or a “Burn the Koran Day.” Not because we would want to offend Muslims, but as a direct response to the mentally defective Muslims who enjoy rampaging around the world. Every time they burn an American flag, we should burn a…… Continue reading Maybe It’s Time To Take A Stand

Is Our President Guilty of Complicity to Murder?

Earlier this year President Barack Hussein Obama made a conscious decision to support Sunni Syrian rebels in their struggle to overthrow Syrian president Bashar Hafez al-Assad. On the surface, this looks to be a good thing. Like Saddam Hussein, Assad is a Ba’athist, and is the Regional Secretary of the Syrian-led branch of the Arab…… Continue reading Is Our President Guilty of Complicity to Murder?

Third World Countries Could Teach Us a Thing or Two

With all of the advancements in human rights, medicine, and more that the west can lay claim to, one would think it would be third world countries who could learn from us. Then again, one could be wrong. It seems that in at least one area – or subject, it is countries like Indonesia, Sri…… Continue reading Third World Countries Could Teach Us a Thing or Two

Government Takes Steps to Ban Christian Beliefs

As most folks have already heard, Dan Cathy, president of Chick-Fil-A restaurant, made statements that suggested they were supportive of Biblically defined marriage, and not supportive of same sex marriage. The result has been a firestorm of anti-Christian rhetoric. Chicago Mayor Rahm “never let a good crisis go to waste” Emanuel has suggested that he…… Continue reading Government Takes Steps to Ban Christian Beliefs

Much Ado About Huma Abedin

It seems as if the battle cry among those defending radical islam (and is there really any other kind?), has changed, at least for the time being, from “ISLAMOPHOBIA!!!” to “McCARTHYISM!!!”, and all because Michelle Bachmann and four other members of Congress had the unmitigated audacity to ask the state department’s deputy inspector general to…… Continue reading Much Ado About Huma Abedin

Are Modern Men Manly Enough?

So reads the title question in a recent NY Times “Room for Debate” article. If I have ever read a more ridiculous debate, I cannot think of one. I can say this, however, I am damn glad I am married! Especially after reading some of the comments. Maybe I am just old and have outlived…… Continue reading Are Modern Men Manly Enough?

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