- The New York Times and Munich
- Why does Al Franken Consent to NSA Spying on Innocent Americans?
- So You Want Obamacare?
- The Nature of War in Today’s World
- Models of misinformation — climate reports melt under scrutiny
- WI Bill to Keep Race-based Nicknames
- The Negative Economic Costs of Obamacare
- DOJ Attempts to Halt Voucher Program in Louisiana
- Julianne Ortman for Senator from Minnesota
- Can the US Survive Without Social Conservatism?
Monthly Archives: May 2010
NOTE: I first wrote this a while back, but the numbers and essence of the message it contains are essentially unchanged, except the numbers may be a little higher by now. In my opinion one of the primary problems we … Continue reading
US Money Supply at Depression-era Levels: Is South Korea’s Sovereignty in Danger Over Obama’s Policies?
The English Newspaper, the Telegraph reports that the The M3 money supply in the United States is contracting at an accelerating rate that now matches the average decline seen from 1929 to 1933, despite near zero interest rates and the … Continue reading
A fascinating article by a Canadian Jew…who suggests Jews ‘better wake up and smell the cordite…’ but it speaks to all those who condemn appeasement and intellectual acceptance of that evil which specifically wants to kill you. It won’t go … Continue reading
What started out as a cartoonist’s call to action against censorship — an open invitation to submit caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad — has led to death threats, a court order to temporarily block parts of the website in Pakistan … Continue reading
Humans originally existed as members of small bands of nomadic hunters/gatherers. They lived on deer in the mountains during the summer and would go to the coast and live on fish and lobster in the winter. The two most important … Continue reading
A couple of days ago I commented on the UC San Diego student, a member of the Muslim Students Association (which itself is a front for the Muslim Brotherhood), who publicly stated her support for another Holocaust against the Jews.In … Continue reading
I found this fascinating woman in my constant perusal of the site www.findagrave.com, a woman by the name of Ann Bassett. If anyone has seen anything about Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, there was a woman associate with them, … Continue reading
Atlas Shrugged is a book by philosopher Ayn Rand, the founder of the intellectual school known as objectivism. In her own words, Objectivism is ‘the concept of Man as a heroic being, with his own happiness being his moral purpose … Continue reading
I think that one of the big differences between the Left and the Right is that the Left feels that the people have to be controlled, whereas the Right feels it is the government that needs to be controlled. Davy … Continue reading
It began innocently enough. Ian Marks started collecting sorority and fraternity pins. Not being a collector myself, I don’t really get it. My theme is more decluttering and simplifying. Collections of stuff mainly take up room that can better be … Continue reading