Category: Politics - page 8

Elections, Journalism, Tea Party

Riyadh or River City?

In Defense of Empire Rand Paul and his pops, should be applauded for defending the Constitution, but thoroughly scolded for lamenting a better way. Newsflash, folks:  some ideas are better than others. The term “Arab Spring” might invoke an image of fragrant grains blooming in a once parched desert and a luxury Hilton opening its..

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Shut Up, For Your Own Good…

Being Absolutely Quiet is the Best Thing For You, (And Us..) I need to say a few words about our founder, Felix Perringdale. The 1893 photograph of Perringdale is widely misunderstood, and scandalously misrepresented by his detractors.  Over the course of three years, Perringdale repaired to his parents’ barn in Le Mars, Iowa, where–surrounded by..

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We’re Only as Rich as The Village

Don’t worry about that title. I’m a capitalist, down to the bone, blood, and sinew.  During basketball games, as a 6’2″ 9th grader, I sat on the bench reading books about the stock market.  These days, I spend almost all of my spare mental time wondering how I can make my small business grow, since..

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Gay Sharia Law

Christianity is fairly simple:  man is a sinner, and Jesus came to pay the price for those sins: all who truly believe on Him are saved. Unfortunately, under Gay Sharia Law, that may be unapproved expression, subject to fines and jail time.  If you don’t think so, take a look at this story about a..

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It Has to Get Worse, Right?

Politichicks ran an article of mine this morning on the subject of having fun.  My super short, mini-micro, two paragraph thesis is that conservatives need to combine celebration, romance, music, good food and fine wine with the task of “taking back America.”  The Bible is a divine record of knowing there is a time for..

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