This story illustrates the problem with liberalism.. Well there are many problems, but just this one will do for now... The problem... There total lack of consistency.
The “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. before a crowd of some 250,000 people at the 1963 March on Washington, remains one of the most famous speeches in history. Weaving in references to the country’s Founding Fathers and the Bible, King used universal themes to depict the struggles of African … Continue reading Remembrance, Responsibility & Dream
Watching the President giving his first speech to the American people last night I noticed the liberals in white... Did you see that? Know what it was all about? Woman Suffrage... Yep Suffrage... As Wikipedia states: Women's suffrage (also known as female suffrage, woman suffrage or woman's right to vote) is the right of women to vote … Continue reading Yep, White Milk is raciest
The battle cries of America "Black Lives Matter" "Hands up, don’t shoot" "Boycott the Oscars" The new cry is "If trump wins, I'm moving to Canada"... Is this the America we want to live in? An America that runs, an America that see's everything in Black or White, or better yet, as Black or White? … Continue reading Race in America
A lot has been said and posted concerning the Zimmerman verdict, some like and some do not. I think this will always be the case when we have a society that is trained to be polarizing. The media worked overtime to make sure the American public had a tainted view of the case. Starting with … Continue reading My Thoughts on the Trayvon & Zimmerman Show
The United States Supreme Court. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Yesterday the United States Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare, a massive intrusion into our personal lives and our freedoms. With this ruling, the courts granted congress the power to force Americans into purchasing products that they may or may not want or need. By the courts calling the … Continue reading The Loss of Freedom for our own Good…
Trayvon Martin Protest - Sanford (Photo credit: werthmedia) Up until now I have not posted about the Trayvon Martin case. I was waiting on facts to come out and hoping for civility. But it seems civility is lost and facts are slow to come. The murder of Trayvon is sad, the murder of any young … Continue reading My thoughts on Trayvon
Dear Catholics: This Open letter it to all Catholics, be they liberal or conservative, laps or practicing, fallen away or on their way back home to Rome. In-fact this open letter should be shared with non-Catholics, non-Christians and anyone who is concerned about their personal liberty and freedom. This letter is intended to excite you, … Continue reading An Open Letter to all Catholics, to all Americans
The other day I was listening to WJR 760, the local Detroit talk radio, the show was the Mitch Album show and the topic was companies that fire smokes. The interview itself was very calm, but the post call in, at times got very heated. The question that caused all the heat, “Do companies have … Continue reading You Smoke….. Your Fired!
Image via Wikipedia What is fair? What would you consider fair? That is the big question, and it seems Obama is going to use that as his campaign theme. No longer is Hope and Change the charge, but now Fairness. But really, what is fair? fair /fɛər/ [fair] adjective, fair·er, fair·est, adverb, fair·er, fair·est, noun, … Continue reading An Equal and Fair America