Westminster, Why Are You Still Celebrating the Plagiarist?

Posted by T on January 18, 2010
Politics / 3 Comments

That he represented a theology that founder Gresham Machen dedicated Continue reading…


Obama: Let the Killing Resume

Posted by T on November 30, 2009
Politics / 2 Comments

The picture associated with the Yahoo announcement Continue reading…


A Zero-Option for Iran

Posted by T on November 23, 2009
Judaica, Politics / No Comments

Ronald Reagan proposed the so-called zero-option for Europe. Roughly speaking Continue reading…


There Shall be No Night: A Play for the New Deal

Posted by T on November 17, 2009
Politics / No Comments

One of the embarrassments for the pro-Soviet leftists in America, including the bulk Continue reading…


Holocaust Denial and neo-Nazism

Posted by T on July 09, 2009
Ethics, Politics / 19 Comments

One thing I can’t figure out in the current rhetoric is why holocaust denial is so often Continue reading…

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Our fearless leaders strike back… with their hankies

Posted by T on March 25, 2009
Politics / 8 Comments

The case of that wretched governor of Missouri and his cronies Continue reading…

What is non-violence?

Posted by T on January 19, 2009
History, Politics / 4 Comments

Last year to celebrate today’s holiday I outlined Michael “Martin Luther” King’s chronic cheatin’ ways, exemplified in Continue reading…

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Note to Obama’s jewish handlers: He is not “President-elect” until elected by the electoral college; and “President-elect” is not an office

Posted by T on November 24, 2008
Politics / 4 Comments

"Office of the President Elect"
Lining up a bunch of flags does not change those facts.


Mrs Sarah Palin

Posted by T on September 01, 2008
Politics / 71 Comments

We can simultaneously praise Mrs Sarah Palin for Continue reading…

Alan Keyes

Posted by T on May 03, 2008
Politics / 6 Comments

At its national convention Saturday April 26 (2008) in Kansas City, the Constitution Party avoided permanent disaster by declining to nominate Alan Keyes for its Presidential candidate. Continue reading…

Kelso’s Gedankenexperiment: Two Visions of the Conservative Foundation

Posted by T on April 28, 2008
Politics / 12 Comments

There are basically two different models of conservatism Continue reading…

Hegel on Black History Month

Posted by T on February 25, 2008
History, Politics / 34 Comments

The best argument for a liturgical calendar is Continue reading…


Martin Luther King’s Plagiarism

Posted by T on January 21, 2008
History, Politics / 6 Comments

And now comes Rev Michael Eric Dyson to defend Martin Luther King’s plagiarism.

The facts can be summarized rather succinctly. Continue reading…

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Martin Luther King’s Adultery

Posted by T on January 19, 2008
History, Politics / 11 Comments

In a discussion with a co-worker last week, I discovered with shock that some people Continue reading…

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Dyson on King

Posted by T on January 19, 2008
History, Politics / 2 Comments

In his book, I May Not Get There With You (full bibliog. info at bottom), Rev. Michael Continue reading…

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