AFA’S Anti-Christian Bigotry Map

antchrstnbgtrympIn 2007, and with that same nauseating arrogance that has come to define him, then presidential candidate Barack Obama duplicitously quipped, “I am absolutely convinced that culture wars are just so ’90s. Their days are growing dark.”

Dark, indeed. America’s soon-to-be cultural-Marxist-in-chief would then spend the greater […]

Duly Noted - Financing Failure

Duly Noted

Your teachers have bored you with ancient Greece through the rehash of her history. After a long time-gap, Greece is re-emerging as a topic. Those that follow global news know, modern Greece (little connects it to ancient times) is in trouble. Responsible are the political […]

Abraham Lincoln: Defender of Truth and Justice

Yesterday we celebrated the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, one of the most respected and admired presidents in the history of our nation. Lincoln’s greatness lay in his deep religious faith, his solid moral principles, and his honesty and integrity of character. Relying on these qualities, and with the aid of Divine Providence, he successfully guided […]

Duly Noted - Paradise as a Peril.

Duly Noted

How our favored myths can bring self-destruction.

This will only state the obvious, which we are inclined to overlook. We search for enlightenment by looking far from where we happen to be. Thereby we can miss what is in front of us.

The road from […]

My 2014 Person of the Year

On last month’s Christmas special edition of The World Over Live, EWTN news director Raymond Arroyo offered his pick for 2014 Person of the Year: the persecuted Christians of the Middle East. I felt that this was a good choice because it highlighted the increasingly desperate situation of the ancient Christian communities in Iraq, Syria, […]

Incest: The Next Frontier in ‘Reproductive Freedom’

Sodom GomorrahLike a plastic Piggly Wiggly bag fluttering about in the alley, those untethered from God’s natural law are violently tossed to and fro by the gusting winds of moral relativism. Jenny Kutner is one such Piggly Wiggly bag. A 20-something assistant editor at Salon.com, she describes […]

The Truth and Charlie Hebdo

charlie-hebdo-mahomet_2_There is an old adage that good humor contains at least a grain of truth. This is particularly true in the case of political humor, much of which is based on satire, and the magazine Charlie Hebdo was the French king of political satire. Nothing was safe from […]

The Bad Christian and the Good Secularist

dntht“If not for my faith, I would be barely human.” That was the answer English writer Evelyn Waugh gave when asked, as all Christians will be at some point, how he could call himself a Christian given his behavior. Often rhetorical, the question is sometimes a ploy […]

Setting the Stage for the Modern Feudal State

feudalism_then_now_2Study human history sufficiently and you will soon see that the majority of governing entities have been what could be called autocracies, monarchies or oligarchies, with many, if not most exhibiting authoritarian characteristics. Early “governments” probably depended heavily on “might makes right” unless based on purported religious authority. […]

A Shock To The System

December 7, 2014 (73 years after the Day that will live in Infamy).Frans_Jager

 

We are all incredulous spectators to the dismal theatrics playing year after year in Washington D.C. sowing more and more mistrust and disgust in the minds of the American people. But where is […]

Stay Out Of The Bushes!

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It isn’t that I don’t like Jeb Bush. In fact, I have never met him or his famous ex-president relatives. But I don’t like dynasties in the American political scene, whether it is in the White House, the Senate, or the House. We […]

The Real Cowardice

 

In the wake of the continued drumbeat over “racism” as supposedly evidenced by recent incidents, including the Ferguson, MO shooting of Michael Brown is a marked failure in the so-called mainstream media for an accounting of what is really going on. Only a few dare […]

Duly Noted - Telling Tales

Duly Noted

 

Revealing: A reputable Swiss weekly presented Koran verses that incite violence against unbelievers; which means you, the world and me. The intent: show that violence in the name of God is not an error of confused followers.

The response of Islam experts: to read […]

THE TOP FIVE EVENTS OF THE PRECEEDING WEEK

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AN EXCLUSIVE FUN-FILLED RETROSPECTIVE ON THE IMMEDIATE WEEK PRECEDING DECEMBER 12 2014

 

(1) And this week’s gold medal for magazine fiction goes to:

A ROLLING STONE (MAGAZINE STORY) GATHERS NO TRUTH!

Rolling Stone, U.V.A., and Reporting on Rape – The New Yorker

By arguably violating […]

A Republican Cave-In?

 

 

The results of the November 2014 elections were predicated on a series of promises made by Republican candidates, billed as conservatives; promises to work against the objectives of the Obama administration and particularly the executive action to not enforce the borders and effectively grand amnesty to illegal aliens. Now, it appears that despite […]

Race and Justice in Ferguson Missouri

 

As expected, the lack of an indictment in the matter of the death of Michael Brown has sparked riots, violence, looting, and according to some reports at least one death. The purported reason, or more accurately, excuse for all this is outrage over the shooting of an unarmed youth by a police officer; a […]

Reflections on Lawlessness in Government

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The American system, famously, was established on the idea of the rule of law. Rule of law, as opposed to the rule of man, means that everyone is subject to the law, regardless of who they are, where they reside, how much money they make, […]

Duly Noted - Absurdities Called Public Affairs.

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Some news presented with a straight face is hilarious, or would be that, if only they were not serious. Here is a collection of recent absurdities.

 

1 – Turkey’s strong man flirts with chauvinism coupled to Islamism. Authoritarian regimes will, in the context of […]

It’s Official: The Democrats are the Party of the Devil

dcrtsstnPerhaps the first clue, or the ten thousandth, was when many Democrats opposed the reinsertion of God into their party’s platform in 2012 and booed the judgment that the measure to do so had passed. But now it’s official:

The Democrats are the party of the Devil.

[…]

ElectionWatch 2014: We Did It!

Defying widespread expectations of a close election contest, the Congressional and gubernatorial elections of 2014 resulted in a landslide victory for the Republican Party and were a major step forward for the Tea Party movement in its quest to take over Washington politics. As of this writing, Republicans had picked up an additional seven seats […]

What Next for the Republican Majority

 

The 2014 midterm elections are behind us and the Republican Party has picked up more seats in the House of Representatives than they have held since 1946. They have also captured a majority in the Senate. The stage is now set for several confrontations. Central to this is the following scenario: The small neighborhood […]

I’m Pro-Life and I’m Against the Personhood Amendment

prsnhdProposition #67 on Coloradans ballot this November asks to define “unborn children” as “persons.” This bill was popularized because of Brady, an unborn child killed when a drunk driver struck his mom.

But proposition #67 has much further reaching effects than punishing drunk drivers. Under proposition #67, […]

U.S. Gives Billions to Child-beheading ‘Freedom Fighters’

steven massofIt’s hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys anymore. You’ve seen it in the news. It has shocked and horrified the civilized world. Christians and Yazidis, by the thousands, are fleeing for their lives in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere as devout followers of […]

AIDS, Ebola and Politics

EbolaI was living back in the San Francisco Bay Area during the 1980s when AIDS first became a major news story and a horrible problem for many people. In 1991 I went to work for a major San Francisco law firm and soon after people began disappearing from […]

Political Chicanery in the City of Houston

About 10 years ago when yours truly left California for Texas the Golden State was recovering from the administration of Gray Davis, who had been labeled in some media as the state’s first coin operated governor. Texas, at the time, didn’t seem much better. A major issue at the time was property taxes, which many […]








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