Is Minnesota lost? That has to be the question many are asking this morning

I woke up this morning with my head spinning about the results nationwide, and couldn’t at first figure out where to dive in to tell you what I think about the midterm election results. Over time, I’ll have more to say about what it all means, but I do know this—there will be no legislative […]

Guest post: Forced conformity of thought breeds malice

Editors note:  The other day when I reminded readers about my rules on comments, I invited those of you who had more than a few words to say to send me a guest post for my consideration.  I have an entire category that has gone unused lately entitled ‘Comments worth noting/guest posts’ here. As things […]

The President gives us permission to say we are “nationalists”

I was planning to write about the Daily Mail’s tirade against US Representative Steve King, calling him a white nationalist, today anyway, but oh joy! Donald Trump (with obvious pride) said he is a “nationalist” at his Texas rally last night.     The migrant caravan is not about the poor and downtrodden! As we […]

Chobani lawyers critical of recent post

Update October 9, 2018:  My response to the law firm is here. This morning I received a letter via Federal Express from a large Washington DC law firm (Akin Gump) representing Chobani Yogurt and Hamdi Ulukaya’s Tent Foundation. They challenge my assertion that the company and the organization are promoting bringing more refugees to the […]

Hyatt Hotels follows the lead of the Southern Poverty Law Center to silence speech they don’t like

Hyatt Hotels has announced they will no longer rent conference space to what they call “hate groups.” They obviously were pressured by a Muslim advocacy group , surely backed by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate group” list. The expanding efforts to silence speech, such as on social media today and where venues (like Hyatt Hotels) refuse to […]

Attorney General Sessions orders review of Justice Department’s ties to the Southern Poverty Law Center

The New York Post editorial yesterday is entitled: The SPLC’s terrible year just got worse   It’s been a rough year for the Southern Poverty Law Center — deservedly so. And it just got more difficult, thanks to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The SPLC, formed in 1971 as an aggressive civil-rights nonprofit law firm, has […]

Trump to Europeans: You are losing your culture!

I was telling a reporter just yesterday that perhaps one of Donald Trump’s greatest gifts to us is that, with his penchant for speaking his mind, he gives us permission to say what we believe in our hearts, but may fear saying. So here he is in the UK speaking frankly to The Sun, as […]

SPLC apologizes and shells out $3.375 million to man they placed on their Anti-Muslim extremists list

That would be the 2016 “Field Guide” written by Mark Potok that they created to try to silence voices they disapprove of (yours truly is on it!). This time their shoddy research cost them big bucks and a black eye.  

Important free speech case involving Twitter moves forward

I first told you about the case filed by Jared Taylor (American Renaissance) against Twitter here in February. Now we learn that Taylor’s lawsuit can advance as a California judge refuses Twitter’s effort to dismiss the case. Editor: I use Twitter almost daily and was steadily moving upward in follower numbers until a few months […]

Will Susanna and Tommy turn the tide to save Europe?

While the media is busy with the run-up to the show in Singapore, and prior to that the G7 in Canada that saw social media in a flutter over the failure of Justin’s fake eyebrow that came unglued in a presser attacking Trump (yes, apparently the prime minister of Canada augments his eyebrows with bushy black […]