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Americans are watching the Peter Principle being lived out in the presidency of Donald Trump. For those who are not familiar with it, the Peter Principle is the observation that people tend to be promoted to a level at which they are incompetent. Show More Summary
Texas will be allowed to implement Voter ID Law
In previous posts, I write about cases of left-wing lunacy. Now, there is a case of right-wing lunacy for me to write about. This particular case of lunacy appears on the Facebook page of a right-wing entity calling itself The Red Elephants. Show More Summary
The President and his staff are our servants, not our masters, and they must be held to account.
Now for another case of Left-wing lunacy. Did you know that the Trump Administration engaged in racism in its preparation and response to Hurricane Harvey? That is the accusation being made by a Left-wing activist, as reported by the Huffington Post. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ captured one of the things I love about the American spirit. We help each other out, down to our neighbors’ pets. Take that, stupid kitten videos. The assignment this week was to caption the following...Show More Summary
It doesn’t take much effort to find cases of Left-wing lunacy. One such case has been presented to the public via the Financial Times website. That publication has published a commentary by Lawrence Summers that is a huge non sequitur. Show More Summary
Such lawlessness by the Chief Executive and his deputies is criminal, and should be treated as such.
They shall never be rid of their Dane.
Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt, as illustrated by the mental gymnastics that Confederacy apologists continue to go through to defend keeping monuments to Confederates in public places of honor. USA Today opinion contributor Brett M. Show More Summary
According to his apologists, Colin Kaepernick is still unemployed because he is being blackballed by the NFL teams. Such a claim may be emotionally appealing to those apologists, but what is emotionally appealing isn’t necessarily true. Show More Summary
-By Warner Todd Huston In their lust to destroy America’s history, anti-American, Antifa fascists have been attacking Civil War statues, statues to our founders, and even statues to Revolutionary War heroes. In their ignorance, they imagine all these statues are black and white instances of evil. Show More Summary
A real world-series baseball tournament has been completed for another year. This world-series tournament gave over 30 teams from 5 continents opportunity to compete. The 2017 champion team is from Japan. Yes, I am talking about the Little League World Series. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ celebrated the ancient ritual of trying to watch an eclipse while also trying not to watch it. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture: Here are the winning entries: 1) (yetanotherjohn) – If Trump doesn’t see his shadow during the full eclipse, he’s president until at least 2021. Show More Summary
From FoxNews: President Trump granted a pardon to Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., on Friday. Arpaio, 85, was recently found guilty of criminal contempt for defying a judge’s order to stop traffic patrols that allegedly targeted immigrants. Show More Summary
Take as much offense as you can carry and carry it as far from me as you can
The current brouhaha about the fate of Confederate monuments is a result of the time when white Americans whitewashed a portion of America’s history. In an article for Politico magazine, Joshua Zeitz describes that whitewashing. Here is an excerpt from his article. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ brought some levity into a long week of watching the left go full throttle into their production of “Springtime for Stalin”. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture: Here are...Show More Summary
What makes one a hero? I learned the answer to that question when the traveling version of the Vietnam War Memorial – the Wall – was displayed in my community. While visiting the Wall, I talked to a veteran of the Vietnam War, during which time he told me just who were the heroes of the Vietnam War. Show More Summary
A disturbing trend has been taking place among the apologists for the old Confederacy. The latter have been using straw-man arguments against relocating of statues that honor the Confederacy. What these apologists don’t understand is that the Confederacy was a shameful part of U.S. Show More Summary