Protestors and labor groups challenge the regime.
From Lori Ziganto’s latest article at RedState
I read this article in The Telegraph the other day about a 22 week old fetus, an unborn baby, who survived an abortion attempt and lived for two days; unattended to, abandoned and left to die. Alone.
After I stopped weeping and saying a prayer for that innocent [...]
In pursuit of answers to the mystery of Betty’s death, I subsequently discovered that the Panthers had killed more than a dozen people in the course of conducting extortion, prostitution and drug rackets in the Oakland ghetto. While these criminal activities were taking place, the group enjoyed the support of the American left, the Democratic [...]
Rush Limbaugh is the Wayne Gretzky of talk radio. They say Gretzky, unlike 99% of the players on the ice, intuitively knew where the puck was going, and duly skated in that direction. Likewise, Limbaugh thinks a few steps ahead of both his competition and his enemies. It’s that quirk of the mind that helps [...]
What to do after a long day of moving arrangements and packing?
NRB’s managing editor, David Swindle, described what’s been on his reading agenda the past few weeks:
While flying out to Los Angeles last week to find our apartment I finished Howard Bloom’s first book, The Lucifer Principle. (I’d previously raved about Bloom’s newest book The [...]
Today is National Administrative Professional’s Day. There is much that bothers me about this. This “holiday” started in 1952 as Secretary’s Day, and was designed to recognize the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support professionals.
This has to be the most misguided and sexist holiday ever. Regardless of the ridiculous fact [...]