Perusing some my favorite websites I came across an article I very much identified with written by Erick Erickson for the site that he founded, The Resurgent, titled "A Stranger in a Strange Land: "I Feel Out o
Many mornings, in order to get a handle of the outrage du jour, I try to check President Donald Trump's Twitter musings. October 10th was no exception when I saw this Tweet from his account: "Since Congress can&
On Sunday night Americans were besieged with the news of the great tragedy of a gunman opening fire at a country music concert in Las Vegas, attended by over 20,000 people, who were just seeking a good time and an escape
Last week I posted the article in Lanterns Buzz: Random Thoughts from a Rambling Mind. In one of my thoughts under the subtitle "How much do you or your friends know about:"
Late night talk show host, Jimm
I’m catching up on current events, including the latest news and other erratic thoughts.
While I believe in a lot more than just two things, and fearing that I will feel the wrath of CNN's Brooke Baldwin, I
Apparently, in order to make everything right in their world, one of the current leftist fads is to attack Confederate monuments. How long ago was it that removing the Confederate Flag was the answer to all the world'
(l to r) Mo Brooks, Roy Moore, Luther Strange
A few days ago I wrote a preview about the upcoming primary election in Alabama, that was held on August 15th, to select a candidate to fill the remainder of Attorney Gene
On August 15th Alabama will have a primary to select a replacement for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions following his appointment as the US Attorney General. The winner will serve until the 2020 elections.
The Three Faces of Walter Heyer
Let me state up front that when it comes to sexual orientation and transgenderism, I take the libertarian approach, in that as long as someone is an adult, it's not up to me to make
In today's America, the original meaning of so many holidays has been diminished beyond their original purpose. Most recently we recognized Memorial Day, a day set aside to honor the many who have sacrificed their li
Though it now receives less attention than National Doughnut Day, Flag Day falls on June 14th every year, and with that in mind, I looked into its history.
According to the report, the original Flag
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