The question is not Obama’s religion, it’s the media’s

Articles of faith.

Church of Progressivism. (Stained glass window by Womacka, in East German (GDR)-era State Council building, East Berlin. Via insidertour.blogspot.com)
Church of Progressivism. (Stained glass window by Womacka, in East German (GDR)-era State Council building, East Berlin. Via insidertour.blogspot.com)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Mossad chief, Senate sanctions on Iran, and epistemic closure

Emperor, commando.

No, the negotiations still aren't working. (Image: Reuters via WSJ)
No, the negotiations still aren’t working. (Image: Reuters via WSJ)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Clinton, Perry, and the obsession of America’s media with “gay” issues

Priorities, totally misplaced.

Perry ClintonNew post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Palin’s New Year’s resolutions: One base short of a grand slam?

Going for the win.

 

Resolved.
Resolved.

When I saw Sarah Palin announcing her New Year’s resolution to “make government as irrelevant as possible” in people’s lives, I thought she had hit the nail on the head, as she so often does.

I agreed also with her resolution to encourage people to apply former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden’s “Pyramid of Success” to their lives.  Her hope is that more and more Americans will take responsibility to live with integrity, Continue reading “Palin’s New Year’s resolutions: One base short of a grand slam?”

So, what they’re saying is: We skeptics were right about the Iran “deal”

It’s the droids, dude.

A fresh lament has emerged in the languid saga of the non-deal Iran “deal.”  Suddenly the spin is off the talking point.  Right out there in the open, people have abandoned the sweaty effort of talking as if there’s a deal when there isn’t one, and have lapsed into describing reality, which is that there are just more talks on the horizon – probably, maybe, if the Iranians come back after walking out on Tuesday – and an agreement is looking somewhere between “meh” and “not happening.”

That didn’t take long.  Take a moment to consider what did just happen. Continue reading “So, what they’re saying is: We skeptics were right about the Iran “deal””