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More cleverness

There is something about wacky cleverness which is appetising. Do those of us who like this form of play with words appear to be a little weird? 79 more words

My Views

Where is America going? Answer, down the road to destruction I fear!

We have a vile ugly movie making the top box office position for the last 3 weeks, “Straight Outta Compton”. Our common speech is peppered with profanity, the degradation of women, and anarchy.  558 more words

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Rutherford Institute Appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on Behalf of Marine Who Was Targeted by FBI, Secret Service & Arrested for Criticizing Gov’t on Facebook

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute have appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of decorated Marine Brandon Raub who was seized by a swarm of Secret Service, FBI and local police officials and involuntarily committed to a mental institution for a week after posting controversial song lyrics and political views critical of the government on his Facebook page. 550 more words


(Video) Does Free Speech offend you?

Yesterday I wrote about politically-correct silliness at Wesleyan University, head-shaking but largely harmless identity politics.

Today’s video, however, takes a look at a far grimmer trend at our colleges and universities: the assault on free speech in the name of not hurting anyone’s feelings. 98 more words



In a development which should surprise no one, the Huffington Post fairly recently ran a piece whining about jokes comedian Bill Burr made regarding Caitlyn Jenner’s transition because of course they would. 572 more words


John Randolph of Roanoke: "sacrificing some great principle of government to temporary passion"

“I have said, on a former occasion, and if I were Philip, I would employ a man to say it every day, that the people of this country, if ever they lose their liber­ties, will do it by sacrificing some great principle of government to temporary passion. 71 more words

Politics/Current Events

Celebrity Prison

I feel sorry for the Hollywood celebrity.

Some of you may think this is strange.

Why would I feel sorry for somebody who is making hundreds of millions of dollars per year? 671 more words