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Category: Opinion

Seventeen Dead at Parkland School

Another terrible tragedy has taken place: A brutal school shooting targeting students. So sad. Seventeen dead and fifteen wounded. Nikolas Cruz, the shooter was/is a terribly troubled person...

Florida School Shooting: Who’s to Blame?

I spent a little time catching a segment of Outnumbered on Fox News this week during their discussion of the Florida School shooting in Broward County. As might be expected on a show involving...

“Love is Love”? Time to Add An “I” (for Incest) to the LGBTQ Banner

Steven and Katie are in love, and, as we have been indoctrinated to accept by our Social Justice betters over the past decade, “Love is Love” and we are not to judge. Steven and Katie’s romance...

President Trump and the Press

At no point during my lifetime have I been as afraid for the future of our country as I am now. Given the advances in technology, the ability of a few to dictate what the many should believe, and...

Can Black People Be Racist? Depends On Who You Ask

A recent article regarding a meeting attended by Elisha Todd (here) prompted me to critically consider how we – both the black and white communities – see our roles in the current state of...

Principled in the Macro/Compassionate in the Micro? Not Really.

My literary or commentator credentials are far from the likes of Dennis Prager, and yes, for the most part I agree with much of what Mr. Prager expresses in his daily syndicated talk show (I must...

Chains of Tyranny in CA Governance Will Meet the Constitutional Juggernaut

I’ll begin this one with a note and a disclaimer: The information and opinions offered in this article are protected under the First Amendment. You have a First Amendment right to either read,...

Defining What “Presidential” Means

“That is not Presidential.”  Every day the mainstream media, politicians on the Left, and even some of President Trump’s supporters make that statement.  His s are not presidential, his...

State Religion

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people...

Trolling the President About Tuition: Again, Politico Misses the Point! Part I

On December 28, Politico’s Benjamin Wermund published an article blaming President Trump for not reducing the cost of college tuition. As is typical of left-leaning sites like Politico no...

Transgenderism Does Not Belong in Our Military

A pair of articles (here and here) over the past two months should move the discussion over transgenderism in a new direction…back from whence it came. The first, in July 2017, written by a...

Sexual Harassment and Personal Accountability

Currently, we are saturated to the point of overkill by reports of sexual harassment.  Let me make clear that I know there are legitimate cases of sexual harassment perpetrated by cruel and...

The Victim Scam

We are in a phase in our national existence that is the reverse of the natural progression from infancy to adulthood. In the proper and normal course of development, a person grows from total...

America’s Political Hidden Secret: Sexual Harassment

Have you ever been sexually harassed?  Do you know someone that has been sexually harassed?  What are the odds of being sexually harassed? Sexual harassment can be found in every industry; to...

Congress Is Trying to Dig A Deeper Hole Full of Student Debt

This week’s Politico Morning Education update brought me up short. It seems that HELP Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-TN) has been pushing to make the application for Student Aid...

Emery McClendon: Put Some Skin in the Game, But It’s Not the Blame!

It seems that almost everything goes in the Black community except teaching values and pointing youth to good examples of role models to follow. Why is that the only direction that leaders in...

The Pro-Palestinian Pretense

I have never met anyone who really gives a genuine damn about Palestinians unless it is linked with an umbilical cord to hatred of Israel. The two are so welded together that you have to think...

Minority Poverty: Is It All the Fault of “White Privilege?”

I had occasion to do some channel-surfing on the Friday after Thanksgiving this year and ran across the A&E series, “Who Killed Tupac” which examines the killing of rapper Tupac Shakur in Las...