Articles: Moral Relativism and the Normalization of the Indefensible

Originally posted at American Thinker An affront to humanity took place in Santa Ana, California when a morally relativistic arbiter, Superior Court Judge M. Marc Kelly, pronounced his sentence on a child abuser. Based on his personal opinion, Kelly said that the events leading up to a three-year-old girl being sodomized determined that punishing the […]

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‘No show’ Sasha and Malia teach America a valued lesson

Originally posted at American Thinker The highly controversial Valentine’s Day ski trip with Mama Obama to Aspen must have been a real doozy, because Sasha and Malia, who were slated to travel to Japan with the FLOTUS for Spring Break, decided to stay home. Last year Michelle justified another high-priced spring junket to the Far […]

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Miss USA’s message of ‘hope and love and peace’ to terrorists

Originally posted at American Thinker The runner-up in the Miss Universe contest, Miss USA Nia Sanchez, gave an answer to her on-stage question that would make Barack Obama proud.  Chosen to be one of the five finalists, Sanchez was asked by Filipino world champion boxer Manny Pacquaio, in painfully broken English, the following question: If you […]

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BILL CLINTON: Friend of Pedophiles

Originally posted at Clash Daily Bill Clinton has been named in a lawsuit against a onetime billionaire “Friend of Bill” named Jeffrey Epstein. That means there may be another vast right wing conspiracy afoot. Accused by over 40 women of being a sexual predator, American financier Mr. Epstein is a man who, in a way […]

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Celebrating Airborne Diversity Gets Very Complicated

Originally posted at American Thinker Multiculturalism, all the rage among today’s academic and cultural elites, is fraught with what Marxism (all the rage among the academic and cultural elites half a century and more ago) use to term “internal contradictions. It is bullying, all dressed up in the language of tolerance. Witness the dilemma posed […]

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Kaci Hickox: Ebola’s Sandra Fluke

Originally posted at American Thinker Two perfect examples of bleeding hearts choosing a cause and then demanding that the cost be exacted from the hides of others are two liberal women who have made national news despite caring little about the expense of their personal wants. The first woman is Sandra Kay Fluke (pronounced fluck), […]

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RESCUED! NOW A RESCUER: Kent Brantly’s True Calling

Originally posted at Clash Daily Jesus promised the faithful in Matt 10:39 that “Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.” In August I wrote an article entitled “Kent Brantly Lives the Gospel from a Sick Bed. “ In the piece I said I believed […]

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Jah’Keem Yisrael and Protecting Muslim Sensibilities

Originally posted at American Thinker In Moore, Oklahoma a Muslim convert shouting Islamic utterances, on a rampage following getting fired, expressed his displeasure by beheading an innocent woman in a meatpacking plant. This wasn’t Jihadi John in Syria, or south of the border where drug cartels remove heads with great regularity; this took place late […]

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