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This is One Big-Ash Wednesday!

Here it is Ash Wednesday, the day whereupon I traditionally sit on my ash and crank out some sort of Easter blog–and by ‘traditionally’ I mean one year in a row.  1,140 more words

Humor

Cults In Our Midst: Patty Hearst And The Brainwashing Of America

By Stella Morabito – The Federalist

Exactly forty years ago Patricia Hearst stunned the nation when she turned up as a bank robber, a mere two months after she was kidnapped by the violent cult that called itself “The Symbionese Liberation Army.” Her astonishing transformation was documented by bank cameras on April 15, 1974. 141 more words

Family And Society

Being Politically Correct in English

Being politically correct in any language is difficult. As words become negatively charged and used insultingly, they are replaced by more neutral words which themselves become negative. 341 more words

Culture

Against Critical Thinking

Men who have sex with men contract and spread disease at rates significantly higher than the rest of the population. Significantly higher. The CDC released a report about a year ago on HIV in America. 1,625 more words

Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

A great post by Tenneesee Partisan on homosexual butt f*cking and so-called critical thinking. This one will wake you up. I've added a link to TP's website in my blogroll.

Other uses for the Bible in Public Schools..?

 Public Schools

We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or the same with every other “change” that is made in everything. 784 more words

Special Interest Groups

WITHOUT THE FIRST AMENDMENT, THE BILL OF RIGHTS IS MEANINGLESS

The First Amendment is the most important amendment to protect, but it’s not being championed like the Second Amendment has been.

Without the First Amendment, the Second Amendment is meaningless and so is the Bill of Rights for that matter. 91 more words

The Millstone Report

Where have all the black players' gone, long time passing?

Recently on the road again and eating in another restaurant, I found myself glancing up at one of the ubiquitous television screens plastered all over the dining area. 722 more words

Social Commentary