Houston LGBT Losers Resort to Economic Blackmail
The LGBT+ community and the Lesbian mayor of Houston got trounced in Tuesday’s election of a bill that would have allowed men who thought they were women to use women’s bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms. It was sold as an equal rights ordinance. Refusal to follow the law would have
One of the Most Chilling Super Bowl Ads Ever
Since my team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, is not in the Super Bowl this year, I’ll be watching the game off and on. My blood pressure will remain constant. I’m not sure who to pull for. How the game is played will sway me to a team. Sometimes the Super Bowl
Duck Dynasty, Duck Commander Wines, and the Freedom to Discriminate
Duck Dynasty has caught the imagination of millions of viewers. I’ve only seen a few segments, so I can’t speak to the attraction, although I’ve read a number of articles that explain why the show is so popular. But with popularity comes differences of opinion. The latest is over wine.
The Sorry State of Education in MMXII
Over the weekend I watched an hour-long program on Joe Namath. Namath is best remembered for winning Super Bowl III against the heavily favored Baltimore Colts. Now we learn that a lot of teenagers (and adults) may not be able to decipher this year’s Super Bowl number. III is easy.