Final Thoughts on Redefining Marriage
If I were to be invited to a masquerade ball or costume party, I think it would be fun to go as Abraham Lincoln. I would get the stovepipe hat and long full beard and practice my speech making voice; reciting the Gettysburg Address until I had it memorized. The other guests at the party would greet me as Mr. President as they smiled and | Read More »
If it isn’t Right it’s Wrong
Back in the nineties when Pat Buchanan was wise enough to label the Culture War for what it was some of us asked, “How can a moral wrong be a civil right?” This was back when those coming out of the closet were asking for freedom, and not trying to deny freedom to others. Today the radical homosexuals froth at the mouth and impose boycotts | Read More »
Weakening the Democratic Base, Part 7: Gay Activism
In a way, it would seem strange that conservatives and Republicans should even contemplate or worry about the gay vote. Some estimates of the gay community in America puts it no higher than pehaps 3.5% of the population, or 9 million Americans. The actual number of gays is not the problem per se, but the number of gay agenda sympathizers is the problem. Lets | Read More »
CPAC 2011 — GOProud’s Coming Out
In the aftermath of this year’s CPAC it would appear that to know-know-know GOProud isn’t necessarily to love-love-love it. In fact, if you listen carefully you can almost hear the voice of the class monitor advising many of its erstwhile supporters to stay calm and move in an orderly fashion toward the fire exits. Tammy Bruce, in what can only be described as a terse | Read More »
On why I actually like Conservatives as a Border and Budget Libertarian.
I usually do not mind being around Conservatives. We have many common values, we usually dress similarly, and we generally have good manners. With Conservatives I usually can expect certain things. Before I go on I need to say I am referring to the Conservatives in Brit Hume’s documentary “Right, all along” on Fox News and I am not adding my note on that, which | Read More »
Tags: African Americans
, Gay Agenda
, gay rights
, Joe Strauss
, Kay Bailey Hutchinson
, Ken Paxton
, right to life
Thoughts and suggestions for dealing with the Queer Homo agenda; Setting some folks straight.
Not for whimps or pantywaists. A humorous introduction that leads into some very serious points. I seem somewhat provincial to many people and, while I try, I don’t always keep up with current events the way I should. For a long time I was unaware there was a Gay Agenda. I would actually ridicule the term when I heard or saw it being used. I | Read More »
Is Obama Throwing His Pedophile Supporting Appointee Under the Bus?
Byron York has an interesting look at Barack Obama’s speech to the Human Rights Campaign on Saturday night. The Center for American Progress, which is the outside the White House arm of the administration, claims Obama signaled that he is standing by Jennings. Maybe, but as Byron York notes, maybe not. What Obama actually said was: And it’s for this reason if any of my | Read More »