Politics

Question Marks Over Man Showing Confusion And Uncertainty

Say What?

There is no limit, it seems, to the mouth frothing pursuit of the media toward the destruction of Donald Trump’s race for the presidency.  Regardless of whether you like Mr. Trump or not, it is so obvious.  It’s nothing new, really.  It’s the modus operandi of the media and Trump just happens to the target-de-jour. […]

The Difficulty With Christmas Is Tip of the Iceberg

This insighful article, by Ross Douthat, appeared in the New York Times.  I found it particularly perceptive and recommend it for your enrichment as we approach the Christmas holiday. Christmas is hard for everyone. But it’s particularly hard for people who actually believe in it.  In a sense, of course, there’s no better time to be a […]

Peace and the Giving Out of Awards For It

Many Americans are disturbed in the wake of the Nobel Peace prize announcement today.  Guest blogger Clay Bowlin has an interesting perspective that is unique among those that I have read today.  I thought my readers would be interested in hearing it.  When I was a little guy, there were three things that really disturbed […]

The Nobel Farce

I was sure it was a joke! No one in their right mind would actually award the Nobel Peace Prize to an individual who is untested, unproven and virtually unknown on the world stage by anything except smooth rhetoric and politically motivated promises for the future. But it’s no joke. Through some convoluted thought process […]

No Commentary Needed – Jefferson a Prophet?

From Notes on Virginia by Thomas Jefferson “The error seems not sufficiently eradicated, that the operations of the mind, as well as the acts of the body, are subject to the coercion of the laws. But our rulers can have no authority over such natural rights, only as we have submitted to them. The rights […]