Che Guevara – Revolutionary Jerk

Ernesto “Che” Guevara has become a fantastic symbol for the American left, adorning t-shirts, hats, coffee mugs, and dorm room walls across the nation. This is astounding when you stop to consider the actual person who “Che” was. Che was a racist who ranted against Africans. He hated homosexuals and had them imprisoned. He disdained […]

The Ladies in White

Las Damas de Blanco (The Ladies in White) is a group of almost suicidally brave Cuban women. The group formed in 2003 after the Cuban dictatorship arrested seventy-five journalists, librarians, and human rights defenders. The individuals were arrested in clear violation of Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which guarantees […]

Government Greed is Forcing America’s Best and Brightest to Seek New Homes

Because of the amount of money the government insists on taking from its citizens—both domestically and internationally—some have decided that it is better to drop American citizenship and look elsewhere for a new home. A little over 500 people renounced their citizenship to America in the 4th quarter of 2009. While this is a tiny […]

Islam and Science

Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy, a Professor of Nuclear Physics at Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad Pakistan, has written an intensely insightful analysis of the problems of science in the Islamic world titled Science and the Islamic world — The Quest for Rapprochement. The entire article is well worth reading. I will excerpt a few paragraphs which highlight […]

Gun Ownership

The Small Arms Survey estimates that there are 270 million privately owned firearms in the United States, which equals approximately .9 firearms for every American.  To my mind, that’s a good start. That number represents a large percentage of the approximately 650 million firearms in private hands across the globe.  This is why Americans enjoy […]

Don’t Tread on Me

Don’t Tread On Me is a phrase that appeared on several flags used in the early United States, including the First Navy Jack, the Flag of the Culpeper Minutemen, and the Gadsden flag (pictured). The Gadsden flag was designed by Colonel Christopher Gadsden and presented to the Second Continental Congress in 1775. From the South […]

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