A film about Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield), a WWII Army medic from Virginia who served in the Battle of Okinawa. While volunteering to serve his country, Doss refused to pick up a weapon, citing his faith as a Seventh Day Adventist in his unwillingness to commit violence. Nevertheless, he put his life on […]
The view from Floyd’s office.
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Floyd Turbo gets on his high horse and tells unemployed blue collar folks they need to suck it up. Our Wal-Marts are full of cheap goods from China that make life for the Turbos peachy-keen, so the Trump’kins can take their protectionism and stuff it.
With apologies to all you Team Stark members out there, it appears that Cap is the real “Iron Man”.
In honor of Steve Rogers aka Captain America’s 75th birthday, his hometown of Brooklyn has commissioned a 13-foot bronze statue of him. Check it out:
The statue will be officially unveiled at the San […]
Over the weekend, a group called Future Female Leader encouraged young conservative women to Tweet their support for conservatism using the hashtag #ConservativeBecause. And, God bless ’em, they obliged.
Damn right it is.
Bingo. Letting the government run your life is not empowerment, running your own life is.
The “Bill of […]
A little patriotic fun, courtesy of JibJab: the Star Spangled Banner, performed by the ex-Presidents, from Teddy Roosevelt to Bush Jr.
Or if you’re looking for something a bit more on the serious side, check out this powerful video accompanying Johnny Cash’s “Ragged Old Flag”.
Happy birthday to the greatest country on God’s […]
I am surprised, and pleased, by the results of the British referendum to leave the EU. I think it’s the right decision, and can’t state my reasons any better than Daniel Hammond did in his recent speech, so I won’t try.
This is significant, very, very significant for a lot of reasons. I’ll make […]
If there’s any uncertainty about why we do not owe Japan an apology for Hiroshima, Bill Whittle breaks it down brilliantly here.
This video was the gateway drug that got me hooked on both Whittle and PJTV back in 2009. If you’ve never seen it, it’s well worth the watch. Back then, Whittle taking […]
Last summer, Gary Sinise and his Foundation brought dozens of World War 2 veterans on a trip to visit the National WWII Museum in New Orleans. The experience was recorded and made into this very moving short documentary. If you’ve got 7 minutes to spare, it’s well worth watching.
(And if you’re looking for […]
I know I’ve shared the story of Arthur Jacobs’ tale being made into a film via crowdfunding in a couple Open Threads, but now that it’s the subject of a Taki’s Page column, a little more depth to Mr. Jacobs’ experiences. Also, in light of recent campaign trail comments on the deportations of US […]