Archive for: April 2012

April 20, 2012

Calming The Storm of Martin/Zimmerman Related Racial Violence

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Apr 2012

As a black conservative Tea Party patriot, I have been struggling with what I should do, if anything, in response to the rash of incidents of racial violence resulting from the Martin/Zimmerman case. Folks, a great evil is running the …

April 19, 2012

A Progressive Perverts the Commerce Clause; but O’Reilly Gets it Right!

Bill O’Reilly (Fox News) made our Framers proud when, on March 26, 2012, he correctly explained [probably for the first time ever on TV] the genuine meaning of the interstate commerce clause. O’Reilly’s guest was Big Government Progressive Caroline Fredrickson, …

The GOP: A Party in Flux

Filed under: The Republicans - 19 Apr 2012

With Rick Santorum having dropped out of the race, Mitt Romney is apparently the Republican nominee for POTUS, barring a “black swan” event swooping down out of nowhere.

Obama and his War on Women: Is it Actually for Real!

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Apr 2012

There are a couple of problems with Obama’s election strategy. Part of his class warfare is to convince women they will have a better deal under Obama. And the other problem is Obama wants to tax the rich. But if …

April 18, 2012

Birmingham News Drops the Ball on Black-on-white Crime

This past Tuesday I reported on the stabbing of white truck driver Nick Stokes by members of a black motorcycle gang called the Outcasts of Alabama. It’s not merely a scary story but also an unusual one, mostly because …

Views on the News – 4/14/2012

Filed under: In The News - 18 Apr 2012

Karl Marx said history repeats itself, “first as tragedy, then as farce,” but Barack Obama has reversed that because his first term was certainly farce and his second will be tragedy. Obama has “Forrest Gumped” his way through his …

Mike Wallace in the hot seat

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,History - 18 Apr 2012

The journalism establishment exemplified, by the MSM (mainstream media), does not believe in American exceptionalism. That’s reserved for the rubes in flyover country. Their admiration is reserved for themselves and the lofty position the “4th Estate” holds in contemporary society. …

April 17, 2012

The Heart of the Problem is in the Heart

Benjamin Franklin told us, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

Palestine in UNESCO – Ending The State Of Confusion

Palestine’s continuing membership of UNESCO has become far more tenuous and now faces increased scrutiny following a decision by the Office Of The Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) that Palestine is not a State.

Only States can …

April 16, 2012

Texas Knitters Stitching Political Pink Uteruses Protesting Something or Other

While they are knitting uteruses and female nether regions, I am knitting dollars: but more on this subject later.

In June of 2011, the Texas Senate (21-9) and House (96-48) passed Senate Bill 7, prohibiting the State of Texas from …

On Ozzie Guillen, Fidel Castro, and Baseball in Cuba

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,What The F@#K?!? - 16 Apr 2012

“I love Fidel Castro,” said Florida Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen to Time magazine. “A lot of people have wanted to kill Fidel Castro for the last 60 years, but that [expletive] is still here.” Guillen “respects” the Cuban despot.

It’s Romney or Bust

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 16 Apr 2012

The right wing of the Republican party, especially the evangelicals, still have misgivings about Mitt Romney being the nominee for President of the United States. My advice to those people: get over it. There’s not going to be a sudden …

April 15, 2012

Sick Chickens and Sick Laws

When President Obama made his famous declaration about how he was confident that “that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a …

Obama’s America: Why Black Grievance Will Never End

When I was 12 years old, I played tennis at a certain public park in the Bronx. One day it got back to me that a black fellow at the courts, whose name I forget, said “Selwyn doesn’t like …

America: When Laughter Turns to Mourning

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 15 Apr 2012

Fitful paroxysms followed Jay Leno’s announcement that Rick Santorum dropped out of the GOP primary race on Tuesday April 10, 2012. The crowd was so excited that Leno actually had to calm them a bit before he could go on …

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