I’m not a coffee drinker. In fact, I’ve only had one cup of coffee in my entire life. I was about ten years old. It was at my grandparents’ house during a family get together. There was a cup of coffee on the table. I picked it up and took
Plans are already in the works for Obama’s Presidential Library. The most likely site will be Chicago, although New York and Hawaii are in the running. “A decision on the final selection among four announced finalists (the University of Chicago; the University of Illinois at Chicago; Columbia University and the
I was watching the film 42, the number that Jackie Robinson wore when he played for the Dodgers, the only number ever retired by Major League Baseball, over the weekend while also reading stories about looting and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri. 42 is about Jackie Robinson’s entry into professional baseball.
On Sunday, players of the St. Louis Rams raised their arms in tribute to the events in Ferguson, Mo., as they walked onto the field during introductions before the team’s game against the Oakland Raiders. It reminded me of the awards ceremony for the 200 meters at the 1968 Mexico
“Racist” is the word liberals use to shut off debate. When they are losing the argument, they pull the race card. Everything any white person does is racist. Whites can’t help being racists. They are white. To add to the indictment, a new race card has been pulled. It’s called
Disenfranchised blacks have sought ways to advance their cause by joining groups that promise to be the remedy for injustices done to them. This is not a new phenomenon. Communists promised a social and political utopia, and millions joined the cause. Its revolutionary rhetoric and calls for economic justice led
There are many things to learn about what is taking place in Ferguson, Missouri, but one lesson is not being discussed very much. When it comes to riots fanned by the flaming rhetoric of race hustlers, guilt manipulators, and liberal apologists, when the excrement hits the fan, you and I
If President Obama’s Executive Action was unlawful, does this mean that we can stop paying our income taxes because we believe it’s the right thing to do? Aren’t having the right motives the most important thing? Not paying more in taxes will allow me to hire more people, spend more
While I was reading what was going on in Ferguson, Missouri, I was watching the 2014 Little League World Series from Williamsport, Pennsylvania. I noticed a couple of things. Many of these 12 and 13-year-olds are big. Some are over six-feet tall. I noticed something else. There’s an all-black team
Drudge is carrying the following headlines: 15 people shot in 8 hours in NYC… POLICE VIDEO: Gunman Shoots, Kills 2 Men On Harlem Street… 7 Killed, 29 Wounded In Chicago… Any time someone is killed, it’s a tragedy. It seems, however, that some killings are more important than others. It
You would think by now that Americans have gotten the message that bad people don’t obey the laws and have little regard for other people’s property. In some places, people will use any excuse they can to loot and burn. Law-abiding citizens who own guns rarely if ever use them.
According to a 47-page opinion by U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake, “guns that were regulated by the state of Maryland last year, including AR-15 and AK-style rifles (as well as other magazine fed, semi-auto rifles with certain features), “fall outside Second Amendment protection as dangerous and unusual arms.” If