How Far Back Are America’s Pastors Willing to Roll the Ball?

For anyone who has followed and understands the relationship between church leadership and civil government in the US in the last 50 years, declarations of American pastors pledging civil disobedience in case the Supreme Court decides to favor sodomite “marriage” (like this one, for example, or this one), seem ridiculous at best, and quite pathetic. “We stand today to put […]

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Preachers, Obama, and the Crusades: The Pot Calling the Kettle Black

The conservative public indignation about Obama’s statement of the Crusades, and the consequent public criticism from many preachers – including Franklin Graham – reminded me of two old jokes, from the times of Communism in Eastern Europe. The first joke was so well-known, that even Ronald Reagan told it several times: An American explains to a Russian how America has […]

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Of Krauts and Kings. And of Kurds

“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes—and ships—and sealing-wax— and cabbages—and kings—. . .”   I won’t parrot the ecstatic gushes of the “conservative” media and declare King Abdullah “twice the man Obama is.” No, not because His Hashemite Majesty is not a real man, but because I know from mathematics that multiplying […]

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Ferguson: Capitalizing on the Stupidity of the Conservative Voter

If you push a negative hard enough, it will push through and become a positive. Alinsky’s Rule #10 American conservatives never really learn. They study their own past defeats and mistakes, they analyze them, they discover the ingenious and devious ways in which their enemies have worked below the radar while laying smoke screens for the public, and they write […]

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The GOP in the Senate: Why There’s No Difference

As of November 2014, reports of the GOP having majority in the Senate are everywhere. From your lowly blogs, to the mainstream news, Conservatives are celebrating a step away from tyrannical government and Obama’s liberal agenda. At least that’s what I would have said a few years ago. After my involvement in Georgia Republican Party politics and Deutsche Bank Credit […]

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