Category Archives: Current Affairs & History

Holiday Jeer

I have long pined for a hobby which allowed me to ridicule others while ostensibly serving a greater good.  Today at 12:43 pm, it came to me.  Actually it pulled up next to me. I was slowly approaching the street … Continue reading

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When The Dead Are Just Missing?

When are the dead just missing? When describing them as dead constitutes admission that abortion is the taking of a human life. So if you are a supporter of abortion rights and evidence is presented to document a shortage of … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Bloody Sunday

If Tuesday’s [05/17] news of the British Queen visiting Ireland’s Croke Park stadium did not seem unusual, then like me, you need a refresher on ‘The Troubles.’ Opening lyrics to the U2 song, Sunday Bloody Sunday: I can’t believe the … Continue reading

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28th Anniversary of Ronald Reagan Quoting C.S. Lewis

I’m always a sucker for a good CS Lewis quote: The greatest evil is not done in those sordid dens of evil that Dickens loved to paint but is conceived and ordered (moved, seconded, carried, and minuted) in clear, carpeted, … Continue reading

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Robert Kagan: Why No Love For Colombia?

Before Egyptian protests initially began on Jan 25th, Robert Kagan had an Op-Ed in the Jan 23rd Washington Post which stated the following: But sometimes American policy is as incomprehensible as it is regrettable, as damaging to our interests as … Continue reading

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Leaders Who Believe In Free-Markets

The WSJ’s great Mary Anastasia O’Grady reports on one country’s efforts to create free-market oriented cities. The country has leaders who make the type of statements noted below. Leader 1 – What I love about the concept is two things. … Continue reading

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Bob Gibson, Thomas Sowell and Asian Students

Old baseball joke. Bob Gibson was the luckiest pitcher in major league baseball. Why? Every time he pitched, the other team didn’t score any runs. The great Thomas Sowell doing what he does best; pointing out the lack of logic … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Gradual Revolution

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Now That’s a Bunch of Lard

My love of Cuban Bread can survive knowledge of it’s ingredients, but why can’t food products have a spoiler alert? We could call the anti-spoiler law the IZ Alert. The IZ Alert law would acknowledge the inherent limitations of potentially … Continue reading

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Rubio and Barzini: It was them all along

How good are things going for Marco Rubio? He was on the cover of National Review. George Will even explained why he thinks Rubio will win. He is raising money as if this were 2008 and his initials were B … Continue reading

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