William J. Sullivan II lives in Houston, Texas. His work has been featured in Worldnetdaily, and he frequently contributes to American Thinker.


    Rush Limbaugh and the Left’s New Morality Gambit

    If there is one thing we can say with certainty about progressive opinion makers in the media and in Washington, it’s that they have an uncanny ability to create action around manufactured morality crises. In fact, it’s been proven that one can fashion a very successful political career having done little else- an apparently indispensable skill we’ve come to know as “community organizing.” Their success | Read More »

    Sanger, the Ku Klux Klan, and Planned Parenthood

    “I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan…I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses…In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered.” (Sanger 366) The above quote is taken from the autobiography of Margaret Sanger, the sometimes revered | Read More »

    The Truth About Islam Is DOA in Obama’s DOJ

    At a recent Department of Justice (DOJ) conference, Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole took the stage to talk about “the issue of religious and ethnic discrimination in the wake of 9/11.” But sadly, what ensued in his dialogue was anything but an honest assessment about cultural and religious biases.  Likely, that is because an honest assessment was clearly not the aim.  Rather, Mr. Cole’s | Read More »

    “Now- Imagine He Is Black”

    Recent evidence shows that there is an epidemic of racially motivated black-on-white crime clearly manifesting itself across America. But one would hardly know that unless such events take place locally- the Department of Justice and national news outlets have been reticent to notice, much less appropriately report on these incidents. Violent crime predicated upon the color of someone’s skin is a monstrous atrocity, right? Isn’t | Read More »

    The Lessons of the English Riots

    In anticipation of what may develop from the “flash mob” activity in America, perhaps it’s time to revisit the recent riots in England and extract whatever lessons we can. Being that the United Kingdom has legislated ultra-strict limitations on the right to own weapons, it can be assumed that the populace has forfeited its right to bear arms for the promise of governmental protection from those who | Read More »

    Are Leftists Today Really Proponents of “Change?”

    Jonah Goldberg writes in his book Liberal Fascism that there is a well-defined distinction between the left and right of the political spectrum.  “Broadly speaking,” he writes, “the left is the party of change, the right the party of the status quo.” (59)   This is a perfectly acceptable observation, insofar as a broad, global history is concerned.  But when it comes to America today, | Read More »

    Reforming American Entitlements or: How to Douse a Burning Enterprise

     A new report by The Washington Times shows that Medicare will lack the sufficient funds to pay out full benefits by 2024.  And where Social Security was not expected to experience such an event until 2037, a slow economic recovery has shortened that forecast by a year to 2036.  Knowing well that these have been considered “doomsday” events for the two leviathan entitlement programs, the | Read More »

    The Bin Laden Photo Phrenzy

    The fact that there’s a great rigmarole surrounding whether to release the photos of a dead Osama bin Laden is really quite perplexing.  Because in reality, it shouldn’t even be an issue.   Barack Obama, whose speech uplifted the nation nearly a week ago, has given a couple of reasons why he will not release the pictures. First and foremost, we hear the president saying that the | Read More »

    This Business of Banning Burqas

    The West has taken a curious approach to combat the precariously rising tide of fundamental Islam in Europe.  Rather than criticizing its ideology or the contemporary interpretations that have led to thousands of incidents of violence, Western European nations have decided instead to propose legislation to ban the wearing of face-coverings, namely the hijab and the burqa that are commonly worn by Muslim women.   | Read More »