Pelosi, not Trump, holds America hostage

Pelosi, not Trump, holds America hostage

There are times when I wonder if I live in some kind of weird, alternate universe where the media only reports on one side of the news, where politicians care only about power and face and the concerns and needs of their constituents are long-forgotten memories. Then I wake up and realize that it is no alternate universe but the world in which we live. How else do you explain Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi declaring she will not agree to anything President Trump says—before he says it? How else do you explain media outlets like The Atlantic proudly trumpeting that the President is trapped by his own devices and is doomed to failure? How else do you explain a government shut-down that is now almost a month old?

Beto “I Don’t Know” O’Rourke speaks but says little

Beto “I Don’t Know” O’Rourke speaks but says little

Beto O’Rourke, the golden boy of the Democratic Party, had a little sit down with the Washington Post and said a lot without saying much of anything….

Lisa Page and the FBI: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Lisa Page and the FBI: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

You knew it was too good to be true. We’ve gone weeks, maybe even months, without Lisa Page being in the news. After all the liberal rhetoric…

Ocasio-Cortez, the gift that keeps on giving

Ocasio-Cortez, the gift that keeps on giving

Leading up to last night’s address by President Trump, liberals across the land did their best to find ways to distract, disrupt and confuse what he might…

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 6)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 6)

We’ve come to the end of Lenin’s The State and Revolution. I wish I could say it’s been fun but, well, nope. Can’t say it and won’t say…

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 5)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 5)

As we enter the New Year, we have an increase in the number of politicians identifying as some flavor of socialist heading to Washington DC. It becomes…

Chicago’s Women’s March 2019 Takes the High Road

Chicago’s Women’s March 2019 Takes the High Road

For the last two years, the Chicago’s Women’s March has averaged more than 100,000 attendees. To say it is a huge draw for Chicago in January is…

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Pt. 4)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Pt. 4)

Last week, I commented that reading Lenin in English seemed to be more difficult than it had when I first read it in Russian. Whether that’s the…

Trust us, Facebook says

Trust us, Facebook says

Poor Facebook. The social media giant can’t seem to stay out of hot water these days.Once again FB is making headlines and not in a good way….

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Pt. 3)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Pt. 3)

In the previous post, I noted how Lenin opened  The State and Revolution with a condemnation of those “socialists” who didn’t follow his own particular brand of socialism. In…

Terror Strikes Strasbourg Christmas Market

Terror Strikes Strasbourg Christmas Market

Yesterday, terror struck France’s largest Christmas market. Gunshots broke out, bringing fear, pain and death in their wake. People scattered, running for safety. Others in nearby buildings…

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 2)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 2)

It is difficult these days to look at our government, especially the incoming crop of new “Democrats”, and not worry about where our country is headed. To…

Remembering George H. W. Bush: A Man of Letters

Remembering George H. W. Bush: A Man of Letters

Later this morning, the state funeral for George Herbert Walker Bush will commence. In attendance will be former presidents and first ladies, world leaders, family and friends….

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 1)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Part 1)

Lenin’s The State and Revolution is important for a number of reasons. Historically, no one should deny its importance. This one document helped put Russia on the…

TDS Isn’t What’s Ruining Your Marriage

TDS Isn’t What’s Ruining Your Marriage

Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) strikes again. At least that’s what New York Magazine’s Intelligencer wants us to believe. This time, instead of simply giving us images of…

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Introduction)

From the VG Bookshelf: The State and Revolution (Introduction)

One of the most important reasons for studying history is that virtually every stupid idea that is in vogue today has been tried before and proved disastrous…

Have We Really Forgotten?

Have We Really Forgotten?

Not long ago, I came across an op-ed piece by Michael Gerson. The name sounded familiar, and not necessarily in a good way, but I couldn’t place…

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