Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • Predicting the Trump-Nieto Communique

    Donald Trump will land in Mexico City. He’s there for a summit meeting with Mexico’s President Nieto. Before Trump even woke up this morning, the Washington Post declared the future meeting a complete disaster that Trump will never recover from. The Post predicted a complete visual and verbal disaster even though there’s no historical evidence on …

  • What Blacks Want, According to Science

    If this shocks you, you’re probably a racist. I probably am, too. Blacks want the same things whites want. Well, blacks want the same things non-elitist whites want. And it’s been quantified. By a Jew. Here’s what he found, as reported by Business Insider: His report (featured below) found that black voters care most about …

  • Fun with Sexism and Racism

    Admit it: words trump action. And words trump results. No one really cares what you do or the consequences of your actions. They care about what you say. That’s what we learned in school, right? That action is cheap but words are priceless. You probably memorized this nursery rhyme: Verbs and nouns Can break our …

  • A Child’s Right To Choose?

      We all know the modern lament of the over-scheduled child. Their lives, and their parent’s, are full of activities which require time, money and patience.  Time is required not […]

  • Curriculum Transparency Needed Now More Than Ever

    College campuses used to be a place where students were able to debate issues from all sides. Sadly, college campuses today are shutting down viewpoints to protect the views of the intolerant left.  Higher education reform is long overdue to ensure college campuses are again a welcoming place for all views. Missouri campuses are not […]

  • Curriculum Transparency Needed Now More Than Ever

    College campuses used to be a place where students were able to debate issues from all sides. Sadly, college campuses today are shutting down viewpoints to protect the views of the intolerant left.  Higher education reform is long overdue to ensure college campuses are again a welcoming place for all views. Missouri campuses are not […]

  • Activist Judge Strikes in MO

    Oh where to begin with this one. A federal judge has barred Ferguson Florissant School District from holding school board elections because he feels that there is a “subtle ‘complex […]

  • How Reagan Almost Blew It in 1980

    If you enjoy this post, you have to thank your fellow reader, Tony, for reading the whole TIME article from yesterday’s post. He pointed out more similarities between 1980 and 2016. Especially Reagan’s gaffes and Democrats’ complacency. First, the gaffes. You hear about Trump stepping on his own applause lines. He announced Steve Bannon and …

  • 2016 looks like a repeat of 1980

    You probably remember that in September 1980 voters were couldn’t wait to cast a vote for Reagan. If you remember it like that, you remember wrong. At least a little wrong. TIME magazine examined voter sentiment in its September 15, 1980, issue. Voters that year sounded a lot like voters this year. Here’s how TIME’s …

  •  Closing the revolving door

    Did you miss it? State Representative Tony Dugger, a Republican who represents Marshfield, MO, resigned his post last week. His resignation, while not unexpected, is making headlines around the state because House Bill 1979 becomes law this week. HB1979 attempts to close the revolving door of legislators becoming lobbyists. In truth, it only slows it […]

  •  Closing the revolving door

    Did you miss it? State Representative Tony Dugger, a Republican who represents Marshfield, MO, resigned his post last week. His resignation, while not unexpected, is making headlines around the state because House Bill 1979 becomes law this week. HB1979 attempts to close the revolving door of legislators becoming lobbyists. In truth, it only slows it […]

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