Understanding the Progressive Mind Kevin Williamson does a great job outlining what it is progs believe and how conservatives miss it with them. An excellent read! Advertisements
The news of the day is that Indian-American governor of South Carolina has appointed Tim Scott to replace Jim DeMint in the U.S. Senate. Scott will be the only Black American serving in the Senate and only the 7th in the entire … Continue reading
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It has been a while hasn’t it since I’ve written anything. Well here I am writing again to who know who will ever read this post. not a problem, as I write for my own interest rather than necessarily to … Continue reading
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Tagged electile dysfunction, election, election day, elections have consequences, liberal media, media bias, Obama, politics, romney, society
Pray for the Santorum’s
I haven’t much been following the Republican primaries. In fact, I’ve been rather busy with many things, but still endeavor to keep with political developments, even though I haven’t been writing much. The news today is that Rick Santorum’s daughter Bella has been hospitalized. My prayers go out to him and his family, and to the families of all those who are hurting, in pain, or experiencing loss this holiday season.
That said, this does perhaps give a way for him to graciously exit a campaign that caught fire too late and seems unlikely to do anything other than stall.
There was a group of young minority men who were among the best and brightest in society. Not only had they been top of their class, they were athletically fit, and good looking besides. They represented the whole package and … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Truth in Black and Right:
First Black members of Congress… Republicans all The photo of the men above illustrate part of the reason I made my transition from the plantation of the Democratic Party on which…
It’s been a while as I’ve watched on the sideline as the country continues to spiral ever downward into a cesspool of liberal induced death, like an unsuspecting impala dragged down to his death by a crocodile in a Nature … Continue reading
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