When It Comes To Icons On Currency, The LGBT Movement Was Left Out
This week saw a lot of frankly confusing drama with regard to the announcement that Andrew Jackson would lose his featured spot on the $20 bill to Harriet Tubman in 2020. Furious fury mongers tried to whip up outrage on both the Left (who sought out conservatives that were angry about the change) and the Right (those people who for reasons that escape me are | Read More »
Connecticut Democrats Erase Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson From Their History
You could spend literally all day every day detailing left-wing political correctness and its war on history, knowledge, common sense and empirical reality (see, for instance, a Washington Post column blaming Amy Schumer for the Charleston shootings for an especially zany example). But it becomes especially noteworthy when one of our two major political parties rends its garments over the social-justice-warrior Left’s ever-expanding list of | Read More »
200 Years Ago Today: The Battle of New Orleans
On January 8, 1815, the final engagement in the Battle of New Orleans took place. This battle was a huge victory for the United States, even if the War of 1812 was technically over while it was being fought. This battle, more than any other in U.S. History, was responsible for not only developing a national identity, but in establishing the United States as a | Read More »
NYT’s Can Take Their Newspaper and Shove It
A quick little note to NYT – we like our Country just the way it is. We don’t need you preaching to us about Sharia Law. The Muslims are most welcome to live in America the beautiful, but if they came to change our beliefs and for what we stand for they can grab a canoe and paddle back to the Country they love so | Read More »
Random Roundup Three
Random Roundup is going to my series of articles where there is a bunch of stuff I want to talk about, but don’t feel they belong in separate articles because of length. Stuff I will be talking about: Super Super Sunday, U.S. President Andrew Jackson and Barack Obama’s nonacquiescence, the upcoming Cambodian-Thai War, and a new Second Amendment bill introduce in the state of Florida.
The Final Word On Quitters?
Probably not. But I found this over at the E3 Gazette and thought it put to bed the notion that a “quitter” could never go further in politics. This is also a good time to remind everyone that the last time Sarah Palin “quit” her job, she ended up taking down most of the Alaskan Republican party hierarchy as well as the Governor of Alaska! | Read More »
Where Have You Gone Daniel Webster? America Turns Its Lonely Eyes Towards You
Lately I find myself going farther and farther back in time to discover when there were great men debating the important issues of the day in Washington, DC. The antebellum period between the War of 1812 and the War Between the States is an excellent time to find greatness that is nonexistent today. People remember military men like Ole Hickory, Tippecanoe, and Old Rough and | Read More »
Sarah Palin and the Intelligence “Issue”. Yes, I’m mad.
If you think she’s dumb, then I encourage you to use your own smarts to build a time machine and forever send yourself to pre-1776 times; you’ll like it there. Throughout the general election campaign, I have been thoroughly disgusted with people who demonize Sarah Palin. Since the end of August, there has been no shortage of folks who choose to say that they “can’t | Read More »
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Barack Obama is NOT Andrew Jackson
More, including pictures (check out the new one of Blago, haha), at Commodore Perry The recent New Yorker cartoonis all the rage, and Obama’s response was to call it insulting to Muslims and “tasteless and offensive.” Let’s contrast this to:Andrew Jackson. As the story goes, Jackson’s opposition labeled him “Jackass” during the 1832 campaign for President. But instead of either buckling to or ignoring the | Read More »