... and Justice for All?

[Please note this post, while linking to John Ziegler’s latest column in LawNewz.com and his “The World According to Zig” podcast, does not have anything to do with Jerry Sandusky. The parallels are astounding, but not Penn State-related at all.]

If only more (alleged) reporters had a modicum of John Ziegler’s and Ralph Cipriano’s […]

Oooh, That's Gotta Hurt

Mike Rowe was asked his opinion of Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes. He responded thusly:

In 1986, I took my girlfriend to see the movie Aliens. She didn’t want to go. Said she hated science fiction. I told her to broaden her horizons, and try something outside her comfort zone. She finally […]

Friday Open Thread 

Don't Leave Angry, Just Leave

In an article for The Daily Beast entitled “An Open Letter to Celebrities Threatening to Leave the Nation“, actor Anson Mount (above), star of the AMC western Hell on Wheels, calls leftist celebrities out for their arrogance and hypocrisy in the wake of the Trump election. It is genuinely one of the most intelligent […]

In Defense of TV Violence: A Rebuttal

I’ve never watched “The Walking Dead,” nor do I plan to, but based on JimmyC’s description and the snippets he provided from Dave Taylor I think Taylor makes the better argument.

I don’t want anything banned, or censored. It’s not the coarsening of culture I’m concerned with as much of the dumbing down of […]

In Defense of TV Violence

Over at the conservative culture site Acculturated, writer and Walking Dead fan Dave Taylor wrote an article in which he criticized the extreme violence in last week’s brutal season opener. The episode, which depicts two men being graphically murdered by having their heads smashed in by a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, has […]

Ready, Fire, Aim!

This, http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/09/target_corporations_transgender_bathroom_pander_costing_its_shareholders_billions.html

is rather fascinating. I don’t pay a lot of attention to the retail world, but I had heard about Target instituting their, “pee wherever you want to” policy and I had heard mention of a boycott. I didn’t know the boycott was that official, nor did I know just how much Target’s […]

Reverse Missionary – No, Not That Kind

As Christianity fights to remain relevant in an ever more secular Western Europe, the UK is experiencing a Christian revitalization from an unlikely source: its former colonies. Throughout the 19th century, missionaries from the British Isles traveled around the world, spreading Christianity all over places like Africa, India, Asia and Latin America. The churches […]

Thursday Open Thread 

Clinging to Misery

Zo Rachel, as always, bringin’ the double truth, Ruth!