Daisy Ad Redux

  Want a sign that the Clinton campaign is getting desperate?  Look no farther than Daisy Ad 2.0, featuring the little girl from the old ad, now all grown up and doubtless just as much an expert on thermonuclear war

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Reformations

The Lutheran Satire explains the Reformation or rather Reformations.  Stick around for the ending after the credits.

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Doug Schoen Backs Away From Clinton

Long time Democrat political operative Doug Schoen pulled his support from Clinton last night on Fox:   DOUG SCHOEN: As you know, I have been a supporter of Secretary Clinton… But given that this investigation is going to go on

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PopeWatch: Reformation

    The Pope is flying to Sweden to join in Lutheran ceremonies commemorating the Reformation.  PopeWatch thought this might be a good time to review some of Luther’s less harsh statements about the papacy.  The harsher statements, due to

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Save Huma!

  Her estranged hubbie, Anthony Weiner, and if he were a fictional character he would be rejected by an editor as completely fantastic, is purportedly cooperating with the FBI.  Apparently there are some 650,000 emails on the laptop that Huma

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Nothing to Get Scared About. Really. Maybe.

And scattered about it, some in their overturned war-machines, some in the now rigid handling-machines, and a dozen of them stark and silent and laid in a row, were the Martians–dead!–slain by the putrefactive and disease bacteria against which their

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What’s Next

  I promised you a wild finish in this oddest of all election years and I believe the FBI has furnished it!  What does it mean for the rest of the next nine campaigning days before election day?  Negative Coverage-Most

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PopeWatch: Trump

    From the only reliable source of Catholic news on the net, Eye of the Tiber:     Just a day before EWTN plans to air an exclusive interview with Presidential candidate Donald Trump, the company’s board of directors

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Werewolves in Congress

  Something for the weekend.  Appropriate both for Halloween and the political season:  Werewolves in Congress.  A political parody song by Paul Shanklin in the nineties.

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FBI Reopens Investigation Into Clinton E-Mails

A Hiroshima sized October surprise:   The FBI is reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server that she used while serving as Secretary of State, NBC News has learned. FBI director James Comey wrote in a letter to

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Pat Condell Makes the Case for Trump

I have never seen a stronger case for Trump than that made in the above video by internet celebrity Pat Condell.  An Irishman, and former comedian, living in England, Condell is an outspoken atheist.  I used to watch his Youtube

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Shut Up, They Explained

  Kimberly Strassel for Prager University reveals the ongoing attempt by the left in this country to shut people up.  If Trump wins the election, and the polls are off, the left can thank their own brownshirt tactics in convincing

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PopeWatch: Marriage

  From the remarks of the Pope at the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family: Quoting from his recent post-Synodal exhortation, Amoris laetitia, Pope Francis went on to say, “At times we have also proposed

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Sixty Years Since the Hungarian Revolution

I stand for God, for the Church and for Hungary. This responsibility has been imposed upon me by the fate of the nation which stands alone, an orphan in the whole world. Compared with the sufferings of my people, my

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Bill Clinton, Inc.

A very interesting document released courtesy of Wikileaks detailing how the Clinton Foundation was basically a money making scheme for the Clintons, as well as serving to establish a political power base for them:     One of Bill Clinton’s

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The State of the Race a Fortnight Out

  The polls are tightening and Trump seems to have momentum.  The Washington Post tracker poll is down to six, Clinton advantage, from twelve over the weekend.  The Fox poll, released last night, is down to a three point Clinton advantage

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The Good Old Days

“People will not look forward to posterity who never look backward to their ancestors.” Edmund Burke   Dave Griffey at Daffey Thoughts muses as to how conservatives and leftists view the past and the present:   Or not, depending on

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PopeWatch: Israel

    PopeWatch finds this a pleasant surprise:     God promised the Holy Land to the people of Israel, Pope Francis said during a public address at the Vatican in Rome on Wednesday in a speech about migration. “The

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Theodore Roosevelt Official Portrait

The official portrait in the White House by John Singer Sargent is actually the second official portrait.  The first portrait was done by French painter Theobald Chartran.  Roosevelt despised it and hid it in a dark recess of the White

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A Storm is Coming

    Christopher Johnson at Midwest Conservative Journal quotes Michael Moore who truly seems to understand the angry wave that Trump is riding:   Broken, morbidly-obese, planet-sized clocks are right twice a day.  Mike Moore on Trump: “Whether Trump means it

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Bird-Dogging Democrats-Part IV

Part IV of James O’Keefe’s look at the criminal machinations of the Democrats. This video looks at the scope of the Project Veritas investigation which apparently had undercover agents at various different levels of the Clinton campaign.  Go here to

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October 25, 2016: Newt Gingrich v. Megyn Kelly

    TV doesn’t get better than the confrontation between Fox News host Megyn Kelly and Newt Gingrich last night.  Kelly has had a vendetta against Trump since their clash early in the campaign.  Rumors are rife that she is

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PopeWatch: Rigidity

    Our Pope thanks God that he is not like those rigid people:   Francis said: “beneath rigidity there is something hidden about a person’s life. Rigidity is not a gift of God. Meekness is; kindness is; benevolence is;

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Scott Adams is Fed Up

  Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, has been one of the more interesting observers of the current race for President.  He is clearly now fed up, and I can’t help but wonder how many voters quietly share his sentiment?

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PopeWatch: Mosul

  Pope Francis spoke out about the fighting in Iraq:       As a military operation in northern Iraq fights to wrest control of areas held by retaliating Islamic State forces, Pope Francis criticized the “cruelty” and heinous violence

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The Girl Who Reversed Agincourt

  Joan was a being so uplifted from the ordinary run of mankind that she finds no equal in a thousand years. She embodied the natural goodness and valour of the human race in unexampled perfection. Unconquerable courage, infinite compassion,

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Bird-Dogging Democrats Part III

  Part III of James O’Keefe’s look at the criminal machinations of the Democrats.  Bob Creamer, the convicted felon husband of Democrat Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, head of Democracy Partners, and a visitor to the Obama White House 342 times,  in this

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How Bad is Her Head?

There isn’t anything wrong with Hillary!  She is as healthy as this just released WikiLeaks e-mail from last year between her campaign manager and her campaign director of communications:   *From:* John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] *Sent:* Saturday, September 26, 2015 4:39

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Trump Gives the Gettysburg Address

  (I couldn’t help myself.  When you see what this country has come down to in this election you either laugh or weep.)   First, I am going to sue those broads who claim I ruffled their hooped skirts. A very,

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Shocked! Shocked!

  I am shocked, shocked!     The political organization of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, an influential Democrat with longstanding ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an official at

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PopeWatch: Dialogue

    Pope Francis apparently loves dialogue:   In his catechesis, Pope Francis used the Gospel account of Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman to reflect on the importance of “dialogue” as an aspect of mercy. “Dialogue,” the Pope said,

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