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African American Cannon Fodder
African Americans, the Democratic Party’s Cannon Fodder?
September 7, 2020 08:07 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Elections, Policy - Have you seen a pattern recently in the American media? There seems to be an endless stream, almost every day, of African Americans getting shot by police - seemingly for no reason. Afterward, the community protests and subsequent riots ensue. It's not just one city. It's all across the country. It has been going for some time, remember Ferguson? But… Continue Reading
BLM Abortion
Aborted and Murdered Black Lives Matter, Too
September 5, 2020 08:14 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - In the past five years, ever since the Washington Post began recording every fatal police encounter (to date, they have not established any digital repository for the deaths of police officers), there has been increasingly more data to debunk the BLM narrative of police brutality and white systemic racism. Both Heather McDonald and a tidy infographic from Statista (whose data… Continue Reading
Black Heros
Blacks Should Choose Their Heroes More Carefully
September 5, 2020 07:16 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture, Policy - In recent years, many Blacks have made heroes out of thugs, thieves, and thespians simply because black leaders wanted to use the notoriety of famous Blacks in the drive for improvement of black civil rights. It is a fact that such folly is dishonest, disgraceful, and dishonorable to legitimate civil rights. In recent years, non-thinking Blacks have made heroes out… Continue Reading
The Great Reset
The Great Reset, A Dystopian Future?
September 5, 2020 02:35 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - Truly "A Tale of Two Cities." On the one hand, the world in history has never seen such progress and success on just about any measure. But when looking at the storm clouds building on the global stage, many wonder what the future will hold. Even with our current society's unparalleled success, unparalleled dissatisfaction abounds coinciding with extreme wealth inequality.… Continue Reading
French Revolution
The French Revolution, Like the BLM Revolution, Was as Accidental as the Rose Bowl Parade
September 2, 2020 09:14 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture, Events, Policy - All principled people want everyone to have an equal opportunity for a good life, a safe life, and a productive life, whatever his or her race, religion, or region. That reasonable, humane, and kind attitude is the reason for a quick acceptance of the proclamation, "black lives matter." That was the right attitude, even a Christian perspective to have. All… Continue Reading
Joe Biden Pennsylvania
Joe Biden in Denial, Fanning the Flames and Refuses to Disavow Left-Wing Violence
September 1, 2020 09:00 by Jefferson Thomas Posted in: Elections, Policy - Sometimes you have to pinch yourself to see what reality is. Or perhaps it's all in the Matrix. Joe Biden made a big splash in the media recently to announce that he would disavow the ongoing riots and violence occurring across the nation. Would Joe Biden come out of his basement and actually disavow the radical Left and all the… Continue Reading
New California
The Morality of Fiat Currency
August 31, 2020 08:30 by Tom Williams Posted in: Economy, Policy - It was a balmy crisp California winter night when the unthinkable happened. A major 9.5 earthquake, the predicted big one, hit California. Buildings swayed and ever shop in the state saw its inventory crash to the floor. The sparkling pools in the Hollywood hills had its pool water slushed around to and fro like in a glass of water being… Continue Reading
Education Activism
The Reeducation of Educators, Part 2: Indoctrinating Students Through Social Justice
August 29, 2020 11:04 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - The public school system is beyond repair, and amazingly, parents don't seem to notice or care. It all needs to change - the awareness, the caring, and most of all, the system itself. At the core of the problem, educational programs are guided by social justice theory and therefore reforms within classrooms and districts are guided by a revolutionary lens… Continue Reading
Myopia of the Left
The Myopia of the Left
August 27, 2020 12:03 by Parker Beauregard 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
Democratic Convention
Sunday Thoughts: The DNC Convention Through the Lens of Morality
August 23, 2020 08:38 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Elections, Policy - The mostly pre-recorded 2020 Democratic convention is now over. It was a whopper in content, but a snooze in delivery. Many pundits have written extensively on it already - I suppose the Right Wire Report will be no different. The best way one could describe it would be, hypocrisies and lies.  Michel Obama told us about "kids in cages" at… Continue Reading