Will Security Goons Now Harass As You Disembark?

    It sounds like a ludicrous claim. But the 80’s cartoon G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero might just be the Rosetta Stone to understanding early 21st century culture and politics. In the series, the troops of the terrorist organization determined to take over the world are referred to as “vipers”. It seems those using that same name are on the verge of threatening human freedom | Read More »

    An Analysis Of Francis Schaeffer’s “The Church At The End Of The 20th Century”

    Francis Schaeffer has been characterized as an Elijah to the late twentieth century. Though not as inspired in the same direct sense as his Biblical forebears, Francis Schaeffer did articulate a vision of the future remarkable in its accuracy and a message startling in its relevancy. Schaeffer was able to accomplish this by extrapolating from the cultural situation of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s | Read More »

    Batman Shooter A Neuroscientist That Went Haywire

    It seems that the Batman Shooter may be a neuroscientist that went haywire. So will the media issue numerous exposes and reports how this individual had likely been subjected for years to evolutionary dogma how human beings are nothing more than an accidental conglomeration of chemicals and electricity? Leftists will remark that such insinuations are offensive and irresponsible. But are such claims any more so | Read More »

    Southern Baptists Contract A Derivative Of Obamamania

    It has been said that Evangelicals are five to ten years behind the rest of the culture in terms of embracing fads and trends. That seems about right. Last election cycle, a plurality made a considerable fuss over and selected a candidate for the Presidency of the United States primarily because the individual claimed to be Black. Now it seems movers and shakers within the | Read More »

    Thoughts Concerning The Avengers

    The Avengers was a good film. However, it was not the greatest superhero movie of all time as has been suggested. And believe me, I have seen some superhero movies. Not much thought went into Hawkeye’s costume. It hardly resembled his ensemble from the comics. The aliens were less than impressive and, along with the wormhole portal opening above a skyscraper, the sequence seemed nearly | Read More »

    MD Legislator’s Priorities Warped In What Life Is Worth Defending

    During the 2012 session, the Maryland State Legislature considered the abolition of the death penalty. Opponents of the practice argued that not everyone receiving the sentence actually committed the crime of which the judicial system found them guilty. However, having only carried out the practice five times since 1977, it is doubtful such miscarriages of justice have been perpetrated all that often in the jurisdiction | Read More »

    Those Ashamed Of America Shouldn’t Make A Penny Off The Name

    Though at one time barely considered worthy of the appellation of literature, scholars of popular culture have today established the thesis that comic books and other forms of media expression derived from these illustrated periodicals serve as a snapshot of the perspectives and assumptions prevalent at particular points in American history. Certain characters and series evoke more reflection on certain aspects of culture and ideas | Read More »

    Christian School Propagandizes On Behalf Of Trayvon Martin

    At Clinton Christian school in the Maryland suburbs outside of Washington, DC, students gathered in hoodies at a makeshift prayer vigil in support of Trayvon Martin. Does the school intend to hold a rally in support of George Zimmerman as well if it turns out Martin instigated the physical aspect of the confrontation? More importantly, does the school intend to hold a rally in support | Read More »

    Headline Potpourri 23: Cylon Sinks, Teabow’s Core, Downhill 33

    Is “John Carter of Mars” really as bad a film as critics suggest? Or is it that the story makes the unforgivable suggestion that there are malevolent, largely unseen, elements orchestrating the rise and fall of great powers as they plot the world’s overall destruction? The head of the NAACP is flying to Switzerland to sing to a UN human rights organization of how nobody | Read More »

    Leftist Commemoration Undermines Resolve Against Terror

    Yes. Perhaps this is being posted a bit late. However, the points are still valid. If you are going to be that condescending, perhaps you should be reminded that you seem to be spending an inordinate amount of time online obsessively reading columns and articles of those you snidely dismiss as less accomplished than yourself. It is said that the only thing we learn from | Read More »