• ‘With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility’

    ‘With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility’

    Perhaps the most amazing thing about Spider-Man was the mind and abilities of the man who truly formed him. This was not Stan Lee or the legendary artist Jack Kirby, who co-created so much of the early Marvel universe. It was Steve Ditko who truly turned Spider-Man into what he has become.

    Ditko was found dead in his New York apartment on June 29. Estimates place the time of death up to two days earlier. It took another week for the news to break online.

    Here I’ll focus on Ditko’s greatest achievement rather than the man himself, because Ditko didn’t want to be known. He was known as the Salinger of comics. He hid himself away from the public but never stopped working on his art, apparently even up to the time he died. READ MORE...

  • 4 Key Takeaways From Jim Jefferies’ Interview With Jordan Peterson

    4 Key Takeaways From Jim Jefferies’ Interview With Jordan Peterson

    Unless he’s telling non-political jokes, Jim Jefferies drives me insane. But when he stays away from anything intellectual he’s very funny.

    His political jokes are typically leftist propaganda based on either demonstrable lies or ridiculously confused ideas. His show generally seems to have followed suit. But we need to point out when someone we generally disagree with gets it right. In his own confused way, JJ got it fundamentally right when he had Jordan Peterson on his show.

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    Here are four key takeaways from the interview, regarding free speech and government coercion, READ MORE...

  • Billy Graham Now Rides In A Chariot of Fire To Our Father

    Billy Graham Now Rides In A Chariot of Fire To Our Father

    Rev. Billy Graham fell asleep in the loving embrace of Jesus on February 21, 2018. His name conjures up so many images for so many different people. Obviously he was best known as the dignified everyman evangelist who led numerous “crusades.” This was a man who could fill a sports arena to get people to hear about the good news of Jesus Christ, a subject most of us would feel timidity about bringing up at the water cooler.

    He was also the moral conscience of this nation in more ways than one. Three days after the darkest hour in modern U.S. history, Graham was asked to address our entire country from the Washington National Cathedral. On September 14, 2001, he said these words: READ MORE...