December 12, 2009
John is a Vietnam veteran and retired business executive. He loves America and hates to see what’s happened in Washington the past few years. He believes in liberty and Constitutional limitations on government growth. He called the Tea Party just to vent and to see if it’s just him. Recently, John had called Senator Kit Bond’s (R-MO) office in Washington. He wanted to know whether stories that Bond had signed off a $659 million earmark for soy bean farmers were true.
Overwhelm the Nazis
April 17, 2009
The American Nazis are holding a rally on the Arch grounds at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 18. The Anti-Defamation League is sponsoring a counter-rally in Forest Park at the same time. I will be at Forest Park. So I have some strong disagreements with some of the sponsoring organizations of the counter-rally. Big deal. If the point of the counter-rally is to oppose Nazism, then I can easily look past those differences for a couple of hours.
Before Al Gore . . . there was Tom Buchanan
May 30, 2008
“I read somewhere that the sun’s getting hotter every year,” said Tom genially. “It seems that pretty soon the earth’s going to fall into the sun–or wait a minute–it’s just the opposite–the sun’s getting colder every year.” –F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby Now, read this [click] Technorati Tags: global warming
Apologies for Ill-informed Link
August 24, 2007
Several weeks ago, I linked and blogged about an organization headquartered in St. Louis. I had never heard of it. The name of the outfit–Council of Conservative Citizens–sounded like something useful. After reading a few entries on the blog, I thought it sounded pretty good. Today, though, I received their quarterly newsletter. I was a bit surprised by the number of stories about “blacks.” As I continued to read, it was obvious that the editors of the paper hold racial views that I have no desire to be associated with.