If you want to understand the Argument against Legalizing Drugs…

...read this piece from Robert Stacy McCain about the fear of the cops in his "teenage dopehead" days: Even when I was a teenage dopehead criminal, I never lost my fear of the police. In Douglas County, Georgia, 40 years ago, Sheriff Earl Lee had a tough, no-nonsense reputation. Teenage dopeheads had to be careful … Continue reading If you want to understand the Argument against Legalizing Drugs…

Still Skeptical Regarding John Bel Edwards

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Governor-elect John Bel Edwards is settling into his new transition digs at Kirby Smith Hall on the campus of LSU and facing some realities about at least one of his campaign promises. Edwards promised to expand the Medicaid rolls in Louisiana on “day one” which would add some 300,000 people … Continue reading Still Skeptical Regarding John Bel Edwards

Grifters know College Endowments are where the money is

Oddball: for 1.6 million dollars, we could become heroes for three days. Kelly's Heroes 1970 Otto Ludwig Piffl: Is Everybody in the whole world Corrupt? Peripetchikoff: I don't know everybody One Two Three 1963 Max Bialystock:  I want that money! The Producers 1967 We're written before about how various "fill in the blank" studies majors … Continue reading Grifters know College Endowments are where the money is

If you want to understand the Climate Cabal…

...all you need to read is this paragraph from the Spectator There’s no way I would have done this if I hadn’t been a tenured professor, fairly near the end of my career. If I were seeking a new job in the US academy, I’d be pretty much unemployable. I can still publish in the … Continue reading If you want to understand the Climate Cabal…

College football: Bowling for mediocrity

By John Ruberry One has to wonder if college football is headed to an every-participant-gets-a-ribbon level of competition. Not including the NCAA championship face-off, there will be a record 40 college bowl games this season, which means 63 percent of FBS programs will play in a bowl contest. And despite some of these teams fattening … Continue reading College football: Bowling for mediocrity

Another Pope Francis Story the MSM isn’t interested in

At the Synod of the family we heard a lot about how Pope Francis. From the MSM we heard that he was doing his best to try to change how Gay Marriage and Divorce were viewed by the church and on the right we heard he was conspiring with German Cardinals to change church teaching … Continue reading Another Pope Francis Story the MSM isn’t interested in

What Professional Black Leftists Are Hiding

by baldilocks In panning Ta-Nehisi Coates’ open letter to his 15-year-old son, Between the World and Me, Randall Kennedy expresses something which every thinking black American has considered, even those who call themselves liberals. [Coates] insists that behind apparent black racial pathology is the omnipresent reality of white domination—in this instance an act of white supremacy … Continue reading What Professional Black Leftists Are Hiding

Saturday Night Sherlock: Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

Today's Saturday Night Sherlock is Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce as Holmes & Watson in the 1943 picture Sherlock Holmes Faces Death I always found this title redundant, when does Sherlock Holmes not face death? You might notice actor Milburn Stone in this movie who toiled unnoticed in B films until 1955 brought him the … Continue reading Saturday Night Sherlock: Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

MSM Memes Radical Islam vs Planned Parenthood

Yesterday I varied my routine and instead of staying up till noon or 1 then going to bed for work, I hit the sack as soon as I got home from after work mass and got up at 3 pm in time to catch the drama of the Colorado shootings alternating from the coverage of … Continue reading MSM Memes Radical Islam vs Planned Parenthood

Some Passing Thoughts on The Current Scene – Part II

In the United States, our established practices of life and living - customs if you will - began during the early “Colonial Period” of our nation’s history.  This would be the first 50 to 100 years of the great migration of English men and women during the early part of the 17th century (1607 to … Continue reading Some Passing Thoughts on The Current Scene – Part II

The Totalitarian Left in Three Tweets

Want to understand the Totalitarian left? via RS McCain Don Surber managed to explain them in three tweets: Tweet #1 Bernie draws an analogy. Why are we told that it's OK to bring in lettuce and tomatoes from unregulated farms but we cannot bring brand-name drugs across the border?— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) November 25, 2015 … Continue reading The Totalitarian Left in Three Tweets

Hooray for the guys on grownup TV soaps

I stopped watching network TV years ago from total lack of interest, and the little things that bothered me. By little things, I mean the consistent portrayals of men, especially the dads, as totally ineffective dufuses (dufi?), inevitably wise "courageous" moms, and smart-aleck kids. That, and that the kids are always shorter than the parents. … Continue reading Hooray for the guys on grownup TV soaps

Trump Derangement Syndrome in the NH GOP

During the last election cycle the GOP won historic victories not only taking the US senate but winning the Governor's seats in states as Blue as Maryland and Massachusetts. However in 2014 the big exception to that rule was in New Hampshire where the national GOP imported Scott Brown to run much to the delight … Continue reading Trump Derangement Syndrome in the NH GOP

Giving Thanks For Two Years At Da Tech Guy Blog

By A.P. Dillon It's been just over two years since I joined Da Tech Guy's Magnificent 7 team and I can barely believe how fast the time went. I've written an article a week on topic ranging from exposing far left networks to Obamacare and Common Core to key political races. The time has flown, indeed. Looking … Continue reading Giving Thanks For Two Years At Da Tech Guy Blog

Thanksgiving: Just who are we thanking on this “Secular” Holiday?

Today is Thanksgiving and today I give thanks to God for my wife, my family, my life, my friends, my readers & writers and even the 3rd shift job I'll be hitting tonight at 10:30. However I noticed something odd today at Mass this morning. During his homily Fr. Dolan noted that rather than the … Continue reading Thanksgiving: Just who are we thanking on this “Secular” Holiday?