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Even Sadder

In an effort to prove that Duluth isn’t home to the smallest minds in the state, Covenant Christian Academy has decided to expel one of its students for kissing another. The kiss happened away from school grounds, and at a private gathering that was not sponsored by the school. The young lady had a grade point average of 3.5 at ... Read More »

Players, Prayer, And Football Coaches

No doubt some will see this as simply a continuation of “The Vast Atheist Wing Conspiracy” and lament ad nauseam about the declining state of America thanks to the same such militant atheists. It was however the right call. There was nothing about this decision and the reasons for it that attacked any religions. When the coach is being paid ... Read More »

One Year of thinking

Yep, today marks the day when one year ago I began disturbing the web with my blog. We were in the midst of one of the most contentious elections. An election that featured more bad taglines than concrete statements, even relatively speaking than any campaign in at least half a century. I was hardly expecting this post on my one ... Read More »

1 year of blogging

Yep, today marks the day when one year ago I began disturbing the web with my blog. We were in the midst of one of the most contentious elections. An election that featured more bad taglines than concrete statements, even relatively speaking than any campaign in at least half a century. I was hardly expecting this post on my one ... Read More »

So You Still Haven’t Given?

Okay, you heartless jackass. You’re letting hundreds of thousands of people suffer in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama because donating would be “hard” or “take to much time”. While hundreds of children American children die. While men and women cry themselves to sleep because they have lost everything you sit there at your computer shopping for more gifts for your kids ... Read More »

A look at the Rhine: Interview with Tom Kratman

TheCO: Watch on the Rhine is set in John Ringo’s Polseen Universe, when in the series does it fall? TK: It actually extends outside the series. The first action is set in June, 1944 (an historic case, by the way) and the last sometime before Ringo and Williamson’s Hero. The bulk of the book takes place between just after Gust ... Read More »

Bush shows all the intelligence of his namesake

Despite his own admittance that the federal government has no real place in educational decisions, Bush stated that he believes that ‘intelligent design’ should be taught in schools. He believes this is needed to “understand what the debate is about“. Why there is debate is beyond me. Evolution, is a scientific theory backed by research and observable, repeatable, verifiable experiment. ... Read More »

John Garang, Sudan’s Vice President, dies

John Garang who went from his quiet home in southern Sudan, to quelling a rebellion, earned a doctorate, became a rebel, and eventually gained the second most powerful position in his nation has died. This brings ups several very interesting points if you assume this was not an accident (I’m undecided). How did his flight crash? I can think of ... Read More »

We’re Americans, and More Importantly, We’re Right, That’s What

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi has blasted a recent Pentagon report on how the Chinese military build up is changing the balance of power in the East. Apparently, by stating this obvious fact, the Pentagon (and Americans in general) have somehow given offense. The Minister had this, among other pearls of wisdom to impart: What authority does the United ... Read More »

Y’all can say ‘Sad’, right?

I knew that you could! (Small spoilers for Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince) Because that is about the only way to describe the nice boys and girls who put this gem. Specifically, its put together by a bunch of whiners who can’t get over having grossly misread the hints and intentions laced in the first five Harry Potter ... Read More »