(Trevor Thomas) The latest bipartisan “gun control” legislative proposal reeks of “Do-Somethingism.” Again, given the rampant disasters wrought from the numerous foolish policies enacted due to our bout with COVID-19, we should’ve learned our lesson. Give Democrats — and their like-minded enablers — a “crisis,” and you’re almost certainly guaranteed a catastrophic Big Government “solution.”
(Carole Hornsby Haynes) The Uvalde, Texas school massacre did not happen because an 18-year-old had access to guns. Instead, it was a walking testimony to the moral bankruptcy of modern America and the hollowing out of the American home. A broken home, no father or father figure in his life, a mother who reportedly struggled with drug addiction, no church or community of any kind, no real friends except those he met through social media. We found such profiles in the school shootings at Parkland, Sandy Hook, and many other places.
Support this site so we can continue to tell you the truth.
(John Leonard) David Hogg was trying to thrust himself into the media spotlight long before the infamous 2018 shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. His first brush with fame came in 2017 when he recorded a friend having a minor confrontation with a lifeguard at Redondo Beach in California. Hogg’s video went viral. As a result, he tasted his first thirty seconds of fame.
(Steve McCann) Over the past two decades, far too many citizens of the United States have willingly surrendered their rights and freedoms and now they are on the cusp of being unrestorable. This erosion and voluntary forfeiture have empowered the ruling elites/radical left. Ominous societal conditions have been created that risk national dissolution or a civil war.
(Bruce Deitrick Price) It’s a run-down former saloon. Working guys come here for cheap grub. The evening special is roast pork with apple sauce and mashed potatoes.
(Ed Brodow) Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote an acclaimed book called Team of Rivals in which she described Abraham Lincoln’s recruitment of the ablest men of the time for his cabinet.
“Don’t know what bit me but my shoulder was on fire and swelling fast. Before picture ouch! After picture about 30 minutes later after applying Pure Body drops directly to sting, and taking Pure Body spray internally and externally.”—Lisa M.
(J.B. Shurk) All I heard from the Democrats’ prime-time telecast of their J6 Soviet show trial was blah, blah, blah, Americans are racist, Trump’s a terrorist, and Congress must tear up more of the Constitution to save “democracy.” Lights, camera, distraction! The way-off-Broadway tragicomedy produced by State media at once radiated the cheap emotionalism of a soap opera while leaving the ludicrous impression that our exalted leaders are nothing but ventriloquist dummies seeking refuge from a bad vaudeville routine. It was difficult not to laugh at the parade of dour faces glaring intently into the cameras with their punishing nursemaid scowls imploring the audience to take them seriously. Even watched on a phone screen, the staged spectacle reeked of sweat, desperation, and community theater amateurishness.
(John Kudla) Before the 2020 presidential election, I became curious about political polls claiming that Joe Biden had a ten-percentage-point lead over Donald Trump. At that time, Trump was addressing crowds in the thousands. When he was not barricaded in his basement, Biden was lucky to draw a crowd of a hundred. That did not seem right.
(J. Robert Smith) The dilapidating state of our culture, institutions, and politics (the order is deliberate) has been decades in the making. Blame Boomers — the culture definers among them — for getting the ball rolling downhill in the highly romanticized lied about 1960s. They spawned the decadent counterculture, which set in motion every society-rotting development we’re grappling with today. Bill and Hillary Clinton are the aging avatars of counterculture radicals who turned into establishment exploiters.
(Jeanne Donovan) Energy sources have historically taken decades to transition from old methods to new technologies. Changes were driven by visionary entrepreneurs coupled with evolving public demand.
(Charlie Johnston) If a Martian landed on Earth and wanted to quickly determine how dangerous an area was, all he would need is a quick review of local gun laws: the stricter the gun laws, the more gun violence there will be. It is almost as absolute as the law of gravity.
(Steve Rose) Imagine Guy A calls Guy B a “homophobe.”
(Brian Garrison) Recent American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) ads featuring Sarah McLachlan’s song, “Angel” raised $30 million in the first two years, according to the New York Times. Best Friend Network reports year 2020 ended with a “lifesaving gap” of 346,622 dogs and cats euthanized. Their analysis indicates this was a 278,778 (44.6 percent) drop from the 625,400 dogs and cats unnecessarily losing their lives in 2019 and followed a reduction of 14.7 percent between 2018 and 2019. Between 2016 and 2020, the “save rate” increased from 70 percent to 83 percent.
(Jared Knott) Almost everything in this world can be divided into two spheres: the image the public sees, and the underlying reality. Sometimes they’re the same. Mother Teresa was a great humanitarian, a Godly woman free of any scandal.
(Stephen Baskerville) Tucker Carlson almost said it. He went right up to the edge and then drew back. He wheeled the cannon on stage, but he did not fire it.