I want to enlighten the American public at large. The entertainment business has often been known to breed a vice-filled lifestyle for the past hundred years if not for the past few centuries as well. In the early 20th century, … Continue reading The Best View To Take on What Is Happening in Hollywood Today
Let’s face it: the majority of people hate President Donald Trump. Or, as we should say, it APPEARS that the majority of people hate President Donald Trump. Every day during his 2016 presidential campaign was an onslaught of politically correct terms, such as racist, bigot, sexist, homophobe, just to name a few. These are terms that people today seem to think are worse than terms like serial killer, pedophile, and terrorist. Much of this hatred for Trump was brought forth largely due to his get-things-done mentality and commonsense view of how the United States needed to be protected from foreign … Continue reading No Sanctuary for Bleeding Hearts
Do you all remember the Women’s March of 2017, the pink hats and “this p*ssy bites back” signs? The overwhelming glorification of respect for women’s historical struggles and pain? I remember that as well. How about Hillary Clinton, when she … Continue reading Is This Justice?
Amidst polls showing the President stuck in the low (or lower) 40’s of approval, Democrats leading on the Congressional ballot by seven to ten points and scores of Democrats lining up to challenge Republicans, well, everywhere, it is easy to … Continue reading The House Is Still An Uphill Battle For Democrats
Father Bernhard Lichtenberg was born on December 3,1875 in Ohlau, Prussian Silesia, Germany. He was the second of five children in a devout Catholic family. He studied theology in Innsbruck, Austria-Hungary and was ordained a Catholic priest in 1899. The … Continue reading Father Bernhard Lichtenberg, a priest and martyr
Just because you have freedom of speech does not mean you are free to publish lies by which the public is deceived. If you own a car, that does not give you the right to break the speed limit. Likewise, … Continue reading The Great Gun Control Debate
Last week was a pretty good week for Democrats. The party flipped an open legislative seat in Oklahoma and a seat in New Hampshire. According to Daily Kos both of these seats were deeply red seats (yes, Oklahoma, not so … Continue reading Winning Low Turnout Special Elections and Congressional Republicans Retiring Does Not Indicate A Wave Is Forming For Democrats