A spat within the ranks of the global jihad.
In the Family Way is our sub-blog devoted to bringing the Freedom Center’s messages to parents and families.
Rhonda Robinson is the associate editor in charge of it and she needs a few more people on her team who are concerned about families and eager to write about politics. The sub-blog also focuses on examining the [...]
For the lamestream media today, the top legal story is that NFL Hall of Famer and all around moral idiot Lawrence Taylor has been arrested for rape. At ABC News, a story that all-time bad movie Troll 2 has a devoted fan base makes their news home page. On MSNBC, mother/daughter plastic surgery recipients are [...]
Last week I attended a Milwaukee Bucks NBA playoff game; not until today did I realize how lucky we were to avoid a civics discussion. Yesterday, the Phoenix Suns team revealed that they are going to be wearing alternative jerseys on Wednesday night with the name “Los Suns” in protest of Arizona’s new immigration crackdown.
When my mother immigrated to America from Ireland in 1959, the first thing she learned about was Baseball. Her stipend from nursing school was small, so once she had climbed to her perch in the nose-bleeds, she was not only in “Baseball- Heaven” emotionally, but darn close physically.
In 1974, then living in San Jose, California, [...]
Obama Throws The Opening Day First Pitch, Cannot Name One Player From His Favorite Baseball Team – Who Is This Man?
In 1954 the New York Giants swept the World Series from the vaunted Cleveland Indians in four games. By that time I had fallen in love with the game of baseball – then the National Pastime. I was seven years old. Willie Mays made a spectacular, over-the-shoulder catch of a ball hit by Indians first [...]
Obama can’t name a single White Sox player from the past. Obvious he lied about being a fan for political cred with regular folk.
The New York Times’ Alessandra Stanley is upset that NBC is focusing too much of its coverage of the 2010 Olympics on American athletes and seems to be (gasp) cheering for the Americans to do well and happy when they win events. Technology evolves, organizers add new sports — this year it’s ski cross — […]