September 21, 2014
“I don’t know what that’s from but I don’t like quotes.”
September 15, 2014
Now even the liberal Washington Post is all but admitting what Mark Steyn and other conservatives have been saying for some time: The Obama administration has made a habit of failing our allies and helping our enemies, and the world is taking notice. Under the headline “Obama seeks Arab allies against Islamic State but must overcome mistrust of U.S.”:
But already there is a disinclination to believe his promises, said Mustafa Alani of the Gulf Research Center in Dubai.
September 11, 2014
Heard on the local NPR station this morning, the first day of their fund drive:
“. . . and your guilt—uh, your gift—will help cover the cost of that . . . .”
They also forgot to mention that we’re already paying a lot that they didn’t ask for politely (direct government spending + CPB = 16.0% of NPR’s funding).
The Progressive Paradigm says that women are paid only 77% of what men are paid for the same work.
It’s remarkable that this narrative is so widely repeated and so durable, because it is easily shown to be wrong.
- To control or not to control
- The whipping boy that keeps on giving
- Controlling for me but not for thee
Here’s what Mr. Ploof says:
New York State Fines Christian Farmers, Conscripts Them in Forced Re-education, Forces Them Out of Wedding Business
September 4, 2014
In 2012, Melissa Erwin and Jennie McCarthy contacted the Giffords to rent the family’s barn for their same-sex wedding ceremony and reception. Cynthia Gifford responded that she and her husband would have to decline their request as they felt they could not in good conscience host a same-sex wedding ceremony at their home. The Giffords live on the second and third floor of the barn and, when they host weddings on the first floor, they open part of the second floor as a bridal suite.
September 3, 2014
You’d be wrong. (“Dead wrong,” Devereux giggled.)
Frank Fleming’s first short story at Liberty Island, “Who Murdered the Dinosaurs?”, is thoroughly entertaining and frequently laugh-out-loud funny—a “First Rate Farce”, in the words of one reader. Perhaps one should have expected nothing less from the long-time PJ Media humorist whose previous work includes the funny “FAQ on Christianity”.