- 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: November 2010
I am currently reading Casey Terfetiller’s book, “Wyatt Earp; the Life Behind the Legend.” Wyatt Earp is a famous Western Lawman, most famous for his iconic gunfight, labeled ‘The Gunfight at the OK Corral.’ Interestingly, enough, this is not what … Continue reading
I finally stopped monitoring my Facebook account, today. Amazingly, I haven’t noticed the difference. My life has still gone on. Facebook reminds me of CB radios; when they first came out, everyone in my small Catskill Moutnain town had to have one, … Continue reading
From the Wall Street Journal Has there ever been a major economic summit where a U.S. President and his Treasury Secretary were as thoroughly rebuffed as they were at this week’s G-20 meeting in Seoul? We can’t think of one. … Continue reading
James Jones, in “From Here to Eternity” caught the pathos in the military tune, “taps” better than anyone I have ever read. Here: This is the song of the men who have no place, played by a man who has … Continue reading
Every nation has a history, and every nation’s history has an era that defines that nation; when the people of that nation think of themselves, that moment of glory is how they think of themselves as a member of that … Continue reading
It is astonishing how contorted the arguments the Liberals have been dreaming up to explain their devastating loss last week. They simply REFUSE to understand the simple answer, that people simply don’t like what they were doing to us. Instead, they have … Continue reading