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First Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day Remembrance of the First Pilgrims Who Tried SOCIALISM, it FAILED
November 26, 2020 07:55 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture - It is Thanksgiving day 2020. America is enthralled in a contested presidential election that is not over, despite mainstream media reports. Setting aside the specifics of the election contention, America has two paths they may happen as a result. Will we stay the course of the economic engine that has America an exceptional nation, or will we take the bait… Continue Reading
Thanksgiving University
College Kids are Coming Home for Thanksgiving – It’s Time for Some Deprogramming
November 21, 2020 07:46 by PF Whalen Posted in: Culture, Events - Next week there will be a mass exodus of college students heading home for the Thanksgiving holiday. They are our sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, friends, and cousins. Many of them will have endured three months of leftist indoctrination in the faux-reality that is academia. The Left tends to disparage our country and its history, paint a rosy picture… Continue Reading
Blind Mask
Americans Living In Two Separate Movies, One Directed By The Media the Other In Reality
November 16, 2020 08:47 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Culture, Featured, Media, Trump - No rational thinking person could remain in their seats watching the movie we see in the news media today at this critical juncture in the 2020 presidential elections. One needs to numb their anxieties with popcorn and red wine. Is it time to walk out before the next scene? Yes, it is time to stand up and leave your seat… Continue Reading
Welcome
What If Everyone Got Their Own Indigenous Peoples’ Month?
November 15, 2020 10:27 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture - What If Everyone Got Their Own Indigenous Peoples Month? Soon it will be November, a time for gratitude. Thanks to leftism, it will also be a time to commemorate the racist decimation of native peoples at the hands of white imperialist colonizers. Nothing brings people together like identity politics. For the record, I am not opposed to holidays. In fact,… Continue Reading
Second Coming
Sunday Thoughts: Speculating the Date of the Second Coming of Christ
November 8, 2020 07:46 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Featured - By now, the harsh reality of the 2020 presidential results has smacked many people square in the face and is beginning to sink in. It was always positioned as a pivotal election that would have grave consequences for the near and distant future. Half of the people are jubilant that they have won something - what is unclear. For the… Continue Reading
Women Men
Even The Government Acknowledges Men and Women Are NOT The Same
November 7, 2020 07:58 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture - The phrase "listen to the science" needs to be retired. It is obvious that the people who shout the loudest to have science "listened to" are simply advocating for a political position, and since science has a better track record throughout history (but fast losing ground with mask claims, climate change assertions, etc.), than leftism, it makes sense that they… Continue Reading
Trump Win Or Lose
Win Or Lose, Trump Saved America
November 6, 2020 08:21 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Elections - Twelve years ago, the United States was about to embark on a journey of systemic overhauls envisioned by Barack Obama and his left-wing advisors. In the days leading up to his electoral victory, he announced that the country was “five days from being fundamentally transformed.” In some ways, he was successful. In others, the next torchbearer would simply have to… Continue Reading
Love Hate
Sunday Thoughts: Will You Vote Out of Love or Hate?
November 1, 2020 08:42 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Elections - We have finally arrived at the final weekend before the momentous and pivotal 2020 presidential election. It has been exhausting, to say the least. The debates have concluded, all the policy positions have been made, as well as the endless political advertising. For those who have already voted and those who have not yet voted, one perhaps should take a… Continue Reading
Uncle Brian
We All Have An Uncle Brian
October 30, 2020 08:59 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - We all have an Uncle Brian. He is the family member that bloviates unprovoked and uninitiated about his superior political insights and moral preeminence based purely on voting straight-ticket Democrats. When families get together, we all recognize there is a spectrum of thoughts and feelings around the many issues this past year has brought forward to our collective awareness. Coronavirus,… Continue Reading
Germophobe
Op-Ed: Coronavirus Cured My Germophobia
October 29, 2020 09:15 by L. M. McCormick, M.A. Posted in: Culture, Policy - People laugh when I tell them my husband, rather a practical joker, calls me "Monk." After I've shaken someone's hand at a gathering after they're right out of earshot, he'll take the opportunity to lean over and whisper, "Wipe! Wipe!" All my life, I've been deeply afraid of germs. In fact, I am a germophobic person from a long line… Continue Reading