Of Camels, Humps and Chumps

One of my more cherished photos is of my three kids when they were little riding a camel.  The kids had a great time and the camel was gentle, obviously well cared for and very patient with the kids.  My bride

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Kirsten Powers on Liberal Tolerance

Kirsten Powers, who is rapidly becoming my favorite liberal, casts her eye upon leftist tolerance and finds that it is an oxymoron:   Don’t bother trying to make sense of what beliefs are permitted and which ones will get you

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May 16, 1864: Second Battle of Drewry’s Bluff

 “It seems but little better than murder to give important commands to such men as [Nathaniel P.] Banks, [Benjamin F.] Butler, [John A.] McClernand, [Franz] Sigel, and Lew. Wallace, and yet it seems impossible to prevent it.” General Henry W.

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PopeWatch: Blank Faces

Popewatch has long admired the pro-lifers who pray and protest outside of abortion clinics.  They routinely suffer ridicule, abuse, threats of violence and occasional violence from pro-aborts.  In the face of that the overwhelming majority of them keep calm and

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