Virginia’s Royal Governor, Lord Dunmore, dismissed Virginia’s House of Burgesses on May 27, 1774. Why? Thomas Jefferson had drafted a resolution calling for a Day of Fasting and Prayer, being introduced by Robert Carter Nicholas and passing unanimously. It was to be observed the same day Britain’s navy planned ...Read more 0
Howard Stern Talks About His Long History w/ Black On White Violence Stern’s family wanted to be ‘friends’ with these black people on Long Island that hated white people. See, Jews don’t get this: To black people, they are WHITE. Young, black males do not look at Jews ...Read more 0
We the People of the United States Over this long holiday weekend, all Americans should pause to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. As you know, Monday is Memorial Day in these United States…. via Memorial Day Weekend 2016 — We the People of the United ...Read more 0
Gustav Klimt, The Communist Revolutionary Agitator Of Polite Society Klimt, admired…but not understood.. There is nothing wrong with looking at beautiful art and purchasing it..But, you should know some things: Last night, I started reading a book I purchased from a 2nd hand store about Gustav Klimt written ...Read more 0
Panama Post by José Azel The intellectual folly of centralized economic planning and governmental economic interventionism presumably died with the fall of communism. Yet, the left in the United States continues its lovemaking with the long-dead idea of state interventionism in economic affairs. El Nuevo Herald contributor Orestes ...Read more 0
Illinois Conservative Examiner by Susan Carroll Note: McCarran and Walter were Democrats. This act was created in 1952 and used by Carter in 1979. Trump was recently severely criticized for suggesting that the U.S . should limit or temporarily suspend the immigration of certain ethnic groups, nationalities, and ...Read more Comments Off on Immigration: Interesting bit of legislative history – McCarran – Walter Act of 1952
SF Gate Today we’re wishing a very happy birthday to Willie Mays, the most legendary Giant in the franchise’s storied history. Mays was born in Westfield, Ala., on May 6, 1931. When he was 16, he started playing for the Birmingham Barons of the Negro League; in 1950, ...Read more Comments Off on Happy birthday, Willie Mays! Celebrating the Giants great in historic photos
By insanitybytes Spending time with God, building a relationship, investing time in prayer, reading the bible, these are all vitally important if you wish to get to know the nature of God and to draw closer to Him. A relationship with Jesus Christ is like any other ...Read more Comments Off on Give Him Your Prime Time!
Folk singer Woody Guthrie wrote music based on his experiences living among the vast armies of the poor and dispossessed created by the Great Depression. When he was 15, he left home to travel the country by freight train, accompanied only by his guitar and harmonica. In 1940, ...Read more Comments Off on This Land Is Our Land! Stop The Theft!
Fellowship of the Minds by Dr. Eowyn John 14:4, 23-24 Jesus said to His disciples: “Where I am going you know the way…. Whoever loves me will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our dwelling with him. ...Read more Comments Off on Sunday Devotional: If you love me, act responsibly
Washington Free Beacon by Joseph Bottum Review: William Anderson (Editor), ‘Selected Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder’ Simple is hard—more difficult than cutting diamonds, more back-breaking than mining coal. Of course, complicated is also hard. Nothing good in art comes easy. But we can be deceived by the simplicity ...Read more Comments Off on Simplicity
Blood, Sport and Politics Imagine for a moment a team that you are cheering for wins the Championship but during the celebrations the league releases a statement declaring the team that lost the true winner and presents them with the trophy. As the outrage spills over the league ...Read more Comments Off on When is a Win not a Win? — Blood, Sports and Politics
Michelle Malkin.com Circle this date on your calendar: April 22. I’ll be in Chicago that day attending what may be a very significant milestone in American politics and domestic policy. It’s going to be a wake and a wake-up call, part memorial and part protest. If you are ...Read more Comments Off on American Workers Matter: A Chicago Wake and Wake-Up Call