First Posted on The American Thinker on August 8, 2016: During the course of the Bush years and Obama administration, an inept and ignorant – yet arrogant – Progressive influence regained control of the Republican Party leadership and policies. … Continue reading
First Posted on The American Thinker on August 7, 2016: This past week, President Obama provided an explanation to the country regarding two of his executive actions: pardons and fulfilling ignored obligations. The president reasoned that “America is a … Continue reading
First Posted on The American Thinker on July 23, 2016 Rahm Emanuel’s slogan: “. . . never let a serious crisis go to waste . . .” The crisis scavengers of the Left will be feasting for years on the … Continue reading
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Announcing the release of new novel O P Butts – Words of a Bitter Old Man by Pop Knows Author’s Page: O P Butts – Words of a Bitter Old Man One man’s passion is another man’s poison. One … Continue reading
What one generation tolerates, the next generation will embrace. Words of warning from John Wesley, one of the co-founders of the Methodist movement in Colonial Georgia. Back in the early eighteenth century, Wesley expressed this warning in a sermon delivered … Continue reading
On the political front in this year’s upcoming U.S. Presidential election – a ceremonial feast that traditionally offers up a main course of beef or chicken; the political pundits of both major political parties, along with the main stream media, … Continue reading
Reposted Annually: Around the world, today at sundown; the Jewish holiday – Rosh Hashanah – will commence. You ask as a Christian, “Why do I care?” Well there are several reasons why today’s Christian should have an interest in the … Continue reading
We are 25 days from Rosh Hashanah. Why should you care?
No event has possibly ever exposed the conflicting bias and blind hypocrisy of the Left as much as the story of Cecil the Lion and Doctor Palmer. And while the Left would conclude that only a Right Wing loon could … Continue reading
It’s the last week of July and Bulldog fans are giddy. Anticipation is building as the start of the 2015 football season nears; and a noon-time kickoff with Louisiana-Monroe is fast approaching. Whispering softly amongst themselves, so as not to … Continue reading