Sullivan Ballou Letter of July 14,1861

I should have posted this yesterday, Memorial Day.  Mike Rosen read it yesterday on his radio show.  You cannot…cannot read this letter, or listen to it read, without choking up.  Especially with violins in the background.  Even though you cannot, … Continue reading

Colorado dodged a huge bullet today

The Colorado Supreme Court in a 4-2 decision (one Justice abstaining) overturned the Denver District Court in the K-12 school funding case, Lobato v. Colorado.  The Court held: The public school financing system enacted by the General Assembly complies with … Continue reading

Adam Carolla on hypocrites from the Hollywood Left

That the left and the Democrats care most about the “little people” is a 60-year old myth and a massive fraud. If a majority of Americans ever figure this out the culture will change profoundly. … Continue reading

Melanie Phillips: Until our leaders admit the true nature of Islamic extremism, we will never defeat it

Following the barbaric slaughter of Drummer Rigby on the streets of Woolwich by two Islamic fanatics Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Boris Johnson wasted no time getting to the nearest microphone and making idiotic statements: Melanie Phillips writes … Continue reading

The rise of the fourth branch of government

George Washington University Professor Jonathan Turley writing in the Washington Post: There were times this past week when it seemed like the 19th-century Know-Nothing Party had returned to Washington. President Obama insisted he knew nothing about major decisions in the … Continue reading

The failure of multiculturalism makes a spectacular showing in Stockholm

The suicide of the West… From RT News (RT, also known as Russia Today, is an international English Language Russian-based television network): “In Sweden you’ve got welfare, access to the educational system – up to university level, you got access … Continue reading

If liberals will think about this, it will make their heads explode

On the recent closure of 49 public schools in Chicago, Black and Blue in Chicago Rather than focus on the school closures, angry residents should look at the blue policies that brought the city to this point. Years of broken … Continue reading