I was a big fan of Twin Peaks when it came out 25 years ago. To this day, my everyday speech is peppered with the occasional quote from the iconic show—much to my wife’s amusement when she finally watched the series on Netflix and realized what I’ve been talking about all these years. So, like any such […]
Back when I lived in Los Angeles, especially during my first few years there, I listened to quite a lot of Dennis Prager. I am not ashamed to say that few public persons have had a more transformative impact on my life, not just in the political arena, but in other areas of life, including on […]
They’re not just misguided or wrong. They’re bad. No one is irredeemable, of course, so I call on all leftists, Democrats, progressives, and statists (but I repeat myself)—REPENT! It’s not too late.
It was a violent and bloody Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore, with as many as 28 shootings and 7 deaths, a serious spike in the city’s turmoil since the death of Freddie Gray, the destructive riots, and the indictment of six police officers. Baltimore is now a cauldron of civic chaos. The shootings last weekend […]
Vote fraud . . . the elimination of the need for politicians to care about anyone outside of big cities . . . the elimination of state sovereignty. All items on the left’s agenda, and oh look at which states have signed on to the National Popular Vote scam. Surprise, surprise.
America’s long tradition of Memorial Day began 150 years ago in Waterloo, New York, when a local druggist named Henry C. Wells urged his friends to honor the Civil War dead by placing flowers on their graves. The first formal observance was held the next year. Over the decades, the day of remembrance for the nation’s […]