The Case for Healthcare Through Private Insurance
January 23, 2021 08:53 Posted in: Culture, Policy - Democrats won the senate and hold a supermajority for the first time since 2008. Conservatives fear that radical changes to the nation are upon us. One of which was sparked when President Trump appointed Judge Amy Coney Barret to the supreme court days after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing. The major question is what is in store for the Affordable Care… Continue Reading
White Privilege at the Capital Riot, Or More Twisted Left-Wing Narratives?
January 14, 2021 07:20 Posted in: Culture, Policy - In a Vanity Fair article by Jimmie Briggs, Biggs spins a narrative that suggests - "the unbearable whiteness of storming the capitol." Well, ... here we go again, the race card. Nevertheless, let's get into the specifics of the charges to set the record straight. Briggs states: To be clear, when I refer to whiteness, I mean the privileges, expectations,… Continue Reading
Should Western Nations Send Missionaries to Backward Nations Seeking to Change their Values?
January 10, 2021 08:42 Posted in: Policy - Captain Cook discovered Hawaii in 1778, and on his third trip in 1779, he was killed during a brawl on the beach. A few years later, the Second Great Awakening began, and there was great interest by Christian enthusiasts from Yale who were concerned for the Hawaiian people. On one of my visits to Hawaii, I heard the famous quip,… Continue Reading
Biden Disgustingly Cons Georgia Voters With $2,000 Stimulus Checks
January 6, 2021 07:56 Posted in: Economy, Elections, Policy - During a Monday rally in Atlanta, Biden said the payments would "go out the door immediately" if Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock win the state’s U.S. Senate seats, further stating that their victories would "put an end to the block in Washington" on approving the $2,000 payments. Runoffs for Georgia’s two U.S. Senate races are being held on January 6, 2021, after… Continue Reading
Predictions 2021, The Year of the Hockey Stick
January 4, 2021 07:57 Posted in: Economy, Events, Policy - Certainly, 2020 has been a stomach-churning year. The Coronavirus "pandemic," last summer's Black Lives Matter/Antifa protests/riots, and an exhausting presidential election. Many say good riddance to 2020. Thoughts turn to what will happen in 2021. Will it be better and calmer, or is it just the beginning to even more staggering events? As of this post, the paths for a… Continue Reading
Democrats Fawn Over European Socialism – Here is Reality
January 1, 2021 05:56 Posted in: Culture, Policy - Well, it is New Years Day, and it's been a horrific 2020 - see here Good Riddance 2020. The sector of a potential Joe Biden presidency looms and a hard shift to the Left in terms of policy in America. Thoughts turn to what 2021 will bring. Many on the Left are fawning over what they believe is a European… Continue Reading
Capitalism is Slavery by Another Name? Marxist Alert!
December 24, 2020 09:32 Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - Root - Jamaal Bowman believes the Democratic Party needs a makeover. That's why he’s been so outspoken over former President Barack Obama's anti-defund the police remarks. Of course, he's not dissing the first president of color. Bowman believes Obama isn’t a relevant voice who can speak to the millions of people who rose up this summer after killing George Floyd… Continue Reading
What Risk Is Society Willing to Take to Live?
December 23, 2020 07:54 Posted in: Policy - Do-gooding, selective ignoramuses, are quick to point out where we are failing with COVID, but where is their same concern for human life when it comes to unhealthy food, alcohol, and cigarette consumption? For that matter, where is the concern in deadly flu seasons? For reasonable people, the hysteria surrounding COVID is as confusing as it is frustrating. Take your… Continue Reading
Left-Wing Delusions Feed Their Beliefs
December 15, 2020 08:27 Posted in: Culture, Policy - The perspective they have on - well, everything now - begs the question: Are they intentionally misleading folks, or are they really that clueless? There is no third option. If one were to believe the American Left - and unfortunately many people do - one would also have to believe that the ills of America are uniquely our own. If… Continue Reading
Did Obama Ever Love America?
December 14, 2020 08:11 Posted in: Policy - "I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles, and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible." - Candidate Barack Obama, 2008 To piggyback on that Obama noticing, let it be known that in no… Continue Reading