Category Archives: multiculturalism
The Witherspoon Institute‘s Public Discourse website contains a lot of interesting, well-reasoned articles, written from the Christian perspective. I came across it this morning by following a lead on the Sandy Hook tragedy titled Absentee Fathers and the Newtown School … Continue reading
Elizabeth Warren, the über-loony Harvard professorette of law and national socialist candidate for the U.S. Senate, says that she is Indian, uh, Amerind, I mean Native American. As evidence, she said that her aunt said that her grandfather had high … Continue reading
On October 12, Olive Garden management have become star denizens of the not-so-mythical Archipelago of Putzmadinejad. When local Kiwanis Club members in Oxford, Alabama held a banquet at a local Olive Garden, they were forbidden by OG management to display … Continue reading
Warning: I have tried very hard to write this article in a respectful manner, but I admit I have failed. It just wouldn’t come, The usual disclaimer is that this lack of respect is due to my own problems (me … Continue reading
Andrew Klavan does an outstanding job of explaining this difficult concept that is so easily misunderstood by some of us. Well worth watching.