Wake Me When October Ends

With my headspace now firmly locked in a Rubio ’20 mode, at which point I hope this year’s formerly best chance to instill genuine hope and re-spark American exceptionalism en route to defeating whichever socialist the Democrats foist upon America learns from his 2015/16 campaign mistakes.

Till then as I plan to tune […]

Liberal Morality Summarized in Two Tweets

Liberals like to excuse horrific acts like terrorism by claiming that there is no real good or evil, but in fact they do believe in good and evil. They just define those terms a little differently than the rest of us. For an illustration of this, check out these two tweets by far-left activist Jonathan […]

R.I.P. — Antonin Scalia

Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at age 79:

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the judicial standard-bearer of the conservative movement and the court’s most provocative member, died Saturday. He was 79.

?His death means President Obama could have an unprecedented chance to try to shift the balance of the court […]

Monday Open Thread

Now, what is the difference between the two? How does one determine whether a law is just or unjust? A just law is a man made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is a code that is out of harmony with the moral law. To […]

History is Made in West Texas

Well, this is where all that sweet Amazon money that Bezos makes is going to…

A 100% totally reusable spacecraft, landed vertically from sub-orbit… bet you didn’t see this on the evening news.

Missing Christians

Whatever your views of the brouhaha over Syrian refugees (and many of them are refugees — which colors the debate over, but does not resolve the issues involved with whether or not to take them in) there is no doubt that the group is mostly Muslim even though Syria’s total population was 10% Christian […]

Friday Open Thread

From an essay by G.K. Chesterton entitled “The Efficiency of Police” The Illustrated London, April 1922