If you read this report, you will question how Joe Biden can be trusted to make any decisions regarding the interests of the United States. Christopher Balding is an associate professor at Fulbright University Vietnam, in Ho Chi Minh City and author of "Sovereign Wealth Funds: The New Intersection of Money and Power.” He has… Continue reading Chinese State Reportedly Gave Hunter $6.5 billion to Invest
A Closer Look at the Organization’s History, Intent, Backers, and Destructive Agenda Though it has dropped from the news at the moment because riots and looting were, surprise! not polling well for Biden/Harris, there is no subversive organization more important in our nation this election year, than Black Lives Matter. It has been promoted as… Continue reading Who is Black Lives Matter?
Few people encounter the name Ralph Adams Cram (1863-1942) anymore. Sure, there are architecture aficionados who know of Cram from his Collegiate Gothic gems at Princeton University, Bryn Mawr College, St. John the Divine Cathedral in Manhattan, and other exemplary buildings from his oeuvre that contributed to America’s proud, pre-Modernist cultural landscape. Most don’t know that… Continue reading Cram It!
Many on the right are currently panicking over the thought of a Democrat victory in the fall, given the party’s recent hard left turn. Rod Dreher, for example, frequently warns of the likelihood of authoritarianism coming soon to America. They point out the similarities of today’s politics climate to that of Weimer Germany or Russian… Continue reading Dictatorship, American Style
Just to show that we are fair-minded here in Flyover Country, I decided to share a Facebook post from my good friend, Molly Pitcher, who is a hardcore white suburban mom: “Hey girlfriends, I want to explain why you should vote for Joe Biden. The most important thing is that he is a good and decent… Continue reading Biden is an Honorable Man
Today a grand jury refused to indict the two police officers, Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove, who shot and killed Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky last March 13th. A third officer, Brett Hankison, who fired several shots from an adjacent alley into the building was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first… Continue reading Myths of the BLM Martyrs #1 — Breonna Taylor
It has been clear for many months that the two groups most responsible for urban riots, arson, and looting, ANTIFA and BLM have enjoyed significant financial and logistical support, but the supporters have remained obscure to the general public.Yesterday, two dozen Republican Congressmen signed a letter to the FBI drafted by Rep. Andy Biggs of… Continue reading The FBI MUST investigate riot funding now
Current Democrat political actions are shattering our “social contract.” This concept, developed by enlightenment philosophers, strongly influenced America’s founders when establishing our republican government. One of those philosophers, John Locke, an author popular with Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton, among others, theorized that in a state of nature each man lives in perfect… Continue reading Smashing the Social Contract
Democrats have been coy about their relationship to the violent groups rioting in our cities. CNN, a faithful echo chamber for the Democrat Party, downplays the violence by describing it as “fiery but mostly peaceful.” Kamala Harris, who will apparently be president in a Biden Administration, has willfully ignored the violence. In an interview with… Continue reading Richmond Democrats Embrace Crime, no Punishment.
So, my youngest daughter and I went out for Indian food for lunch today. We went to our favorite place on the Upper West Side, which is on Amsterdam between 79th and 80th. It is a small restaurant that has always been very good. At the moment it has a few tables outdoors, since New… Continue reading Covid, Bad Food, Worse Politics