• The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 Set Us Up For What We Are Witnessing Today


    While our government is working to grant amnesty to tens of millions of illegal immigrants, we have to come to accept that the precedent for this was already set as far back as 1965. What many people don’t realize is that immigration laws were dramatically changed in this period by Democrat President Lyndon B. Johnson. In fact, it might be safe to say that a little understood piece of legislation known as the Immigration Act of 1965, later paved the way for the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which was signed into law by conservative icon Ronald Reagan. This law gave legal status to nearly four million illegal immigrants, and it was signed by one of the most conservative presidents we have ever had. Reagan, according to Charlotte Iserbyt, is also responsible for signing agreements with the Soviet Union concerning education and the merging of the two nations. This is discussed in further detail in my article entitled Deliberately Dumbing Us Down to Affect Social Change READ MORE...

  • Doesn’t the Bible Condone the Killing of One’s Rebellious Child?



    If a man has a stubborn and rebellious son who will not obey the voice of his father or the voice of his mother, and who, when they have chastened him, will not heed them, then his father and his mother shall take hold of him and bring him out to the elders of his city, to the gate of his city. And they shall say to the elders of his city, “This son of ours is stubborn and rebellious; he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton and a drunkard.” Then all the men of his city shall stone him to death with stones; so you shall put away the evil from among you, and all Israel shall hear and fear. (Deuteronomy 21:18–21 READ MORE...

  • Climate Change Can't Excuse Electric Car Subsidies


    The New York Times reports the auto industry “will be hard pressed to meet its [federal government] target of 54.5 miles per gallon in 2025,” despite spending billions on fuel-saving technologies. Average mileage for vehicles sold this year is about 25 mpg, the article notes, and “the lowest-emission models are among the least popular.”

    The excuse for this quixotic crusade to shove us into tiny cars designed in Washington (preferably electric) is that U.S. cars and SUVs are widely believed to be a huge source of global greenhouse emissions. “Our personal vehicles are a major cause of global warming,” claims The Union of Concerned Scientists. But such claims aren’t based on science or even basic math. READ MORE...

  • Climate Change Can't Excuse Electric Car Subsidies


    The New York Times reports the auto industry “will be hard pressed to meet its [federal government] target of 54.5 miles per gallon in 2025,” despite spending billions on fuel-saving technologies. Average mileage for vehicles sold this year is about 25 mpg, the article notes, and “the lowest-emission models are among the least popular.”

    The excuse for this quixotic crusade to shove us into tiny cars designed in Washington (preferably electric) is that U.S. cars and SUVs are widely believed to be a huge source of global greenhouse emissions. “Our personal vehicles are a major cause of global warming,” claims The Union of Concerned Scientists. But such claims aren’t based on science or even basic math. READ MORE...

  • A Look Inside Britain's Muslim Sex Grooming Gang Scandal


    For the past few decades, British authorities have been caught up in the pervasive meme of multiculturalism — the falsehood that all cultures are equal and that to believe otherwise is to commit the worst modern day offense — to be “racist.”

    Under this fallacy, the British government in 2001 introduced a series of restrictive speech codes that criminalized criticism of Islam, followed by a Racial and Religious Hatred Bill imposing fines and even imprisonment for speech that “incited hatred against a person for their religious or racial background.” READ MORE...

  • What Trump Got Right about U.S. Allies


    Many of Donald Trump’s most disagreeable policy positions are also those that garner the most media attention. Occasionally, though, his opinions also reflect basic common sense.

    Consider his recent argument that Washington’s prosperous allies in Asia and Europe don’t pay enough in return for U.S. defense guarantees. Defenders of the status quo contend it is in America’s interest to subsidize its allies’ security. The Washington Post’s Jackson Diehlcomplained that Trump’s views would “maroon” Eastern Europeans still “on their way to Western integration.” Without the U.S.-Japan alliance, argued Ritsumeikan University’s Kunihiko Miyake, “the United States will cease to be a Pacific power.” READ MORE...

  • Your Working Boy In Bozeman


    Hey Bozeman, Montana, area readers, you have a chance to hear Your Working Boy tonight and Saturday night, as part of the Trinity Presbyterian Church’s lecture series. Here’s the info.

    I have received assurances that the lecture halls will be a Sasquatch-free zone. A guy’s gotta have his safe space.



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