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Blind Sided Republicans

Posted by on Aug 2, 2014 in Featured, Politics | 0 comments

Quick. Name an offensive lineman in the NFL other than Michael Oher.   Unless you watch ESPN more than CNN you probably can’t. And if you have never seen “The Blind Side,” you are not likely too recognize Oher’s name. The reason I use the movie analogy is because most Americans understand the Constitution about as much as they understand the importance of offensive linemen in football. They know they are there, but have no idea what they do nor what would happen without the DL. While it is possible to enjoy watching football without having an understanding of the responsibilities of each position and respect for each player’s contribution to the...

America’s Leaders Do Not Have Israel’s Back

Posted by on Aug 1, 2014 in Politics | 0 comments

By Leo T. Thornton Ever since I became politically aware, I quickly learned that every aspect of politics is like everything else in America — for sale. However, call me naïve, but I thought we’d never abandon Israel, the only free democracy and our only true ally in the Middle East. I know our leaders haven’t formally denounced Israel, but they haven’t sternly supported them either. In fact, during Israel’s latest conflict with Hamas, the attempted peace deal brokered by Secretary of State Kerry was insulting to Israel. It not only didn’t demand that Hamas destroy their tunnels, but did demand Israel and Egypt open their Gaza border crossings, where in the past, weapons have been brought...

Give Peace A Chance

Posted by on Aug 1, 2014 in Politics | 0 comments

In spite of the fact that Hamas is dedicated to the destruction of Israel, the Obama administration likes to pretend that Hamas is indeed part of a legitimate Palestinian government, a “humanitarian organization,” as Nancy Pelosi put it. The Obama administration is “shocked … SHOCKED!” when Hamas won’t just play well with its Jewish neighbors, and recoils in horror when civilians end up getting killed as a result. In the U.S., we call this felony murder. That’s when something you do (e.g. like when Hamas builds a command center under a hospital) ends up getting someone killed (e.g. like when Israel has to bomb said command center). I’m sure that living...

Book Review: “Assault and Flattery”

Posted by on Jul 30, 2014 in Art & Culture, Books | 0 comments

In the modern era, the Democrat Party and the American Left have claimed to be the champions of “women’s rights.” We are told that the Republican Party and the American Right are misogynists who are actively engaged in a “war on women.” We are constantly hearing the Left engaging in histrionics to convince women that Republicans hate women. But as a new book explains, the real war on women is being waged by the American Left. Katie Pavlich, news editor at Townhall Magazine and contributor at FOX News, has authored Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, which blows the lid off the Left’s...

CLA Radio 07/25/14: Blues

Posted by on Jul 26, 2014 in Conservative LA Radio, For Tribbles, Radio | 0 comments

The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday night, 07/25/14, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will be all about the Blues. Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat! Spoiler set list: B.B. King: Every Day I Have the Blues Mamie Smith: Crazy Blues Mississippi John Hurt: I’m Satisfied R.L. Burnside: Goin’ Down South Robert Johnson: Preachin’ Blues (Up Jumped the Devil) Howlin’ Wolf: Smokestack Lightnin’ Seasick Steve: Down on the Farm Peetie Wheatstraw: Drinking Man Blues Taj Mahal: Lovin’ in My Baby’s Eyes Allman Brothers: Stormy Monday Jimmy Reed: Honest I Do Big Joe Williams: Don’t You Leave Me Here Blind Willie Johnson: It’s Nobody’s Fault...

Herman Cain on the post-civil rights struggle

Posted by on Jul 25, 2014 in Politics | 0 comments

CBS News asked noted figures in the arts, business and politics about their experience in today’s civil rights movement, or about figures who inspired them in their activism. Herman Cain, businessman, former Republican presidential candidate   Is there something that you’d like to share about your personal connection to civil rights issues? It took more than 200 years for this nation to add a punctuation to the civil rights inherent in the Declaration of Independence that “all men are created equal.” This would normally imply all rights, all access, and all opportunities, but for too long, too many men did not embrace the full meaning of that ideal. Throughout...

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