Liberal Mendacity

Rage

This is the angriest I have ever been about politics in my life. Why now? They hated my beloved Reagan and called him all kinds of names. True, but they were unable to stop him from being elected twice. The left seemed to support McCain and Romney, those polite go along to get along guys; […]

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The inconsistencies of most liberals’ thinking and behavior

Generalizations are interesting things. We can find exceptions to them, of course. But points can be made with the use of them and that is what I am doing here. In general, though we often hear liberals making sweeping judgments of conservatives, we don’t get enough of the reverse. To help correct this imbalance I […]

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The lying liars of the left

I don’t know how many of you reading this are familiar with what I am going to report, but I am guessing few of you know about this. Remember The Kennedy Center Honors? Every year since it began I kept a list of the five honorees and took a great interest in the show celebrating […]

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Google, stand up! Come on down and play the price is right!

So it looks like the Government is finally trying to rein in Google. Well don’t get excited here is how it will play out. Government: Bad Google! Google: “We apologize for any trouble we caused. We promise to do better.” Government: “Well, see America. That wasn’t so hard. Thank you Google.” Government: “One more thing? […]

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An open letter to Rabbi Wolkoff [UPDATED]

Author’s note: The Rabbi was nice enough to respond to me. Here is his response, and mine following. (The text has been slightly edited for reading on this blog.) Dear ‘Honey’, The response to my sermon Sacred Ground has been both surprising and overwhelming. In addition, it has been overwhelmingly positive. There have been a […]

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What a difference a name makes…

Editor’s note: This short but powerful essay was an unsolicited submission to the editor. It is an unpublished response to a Facebook post about #BlackLivesMatter. It’s a powerful statement and reflects what many of us are thinking during these insane days. The author has requested anonymity. Say their names: George Floyd. Dave Patrick Underwood. David […]

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The two Staples of Liberalthink: CLOSEDMINDEDNESS and PROJECTION

Coriolanus is my favorite Shakespeare play because it represents everything one needs to know about politics in any era. And I am a political animal. I saw a production of this play recently and it was marvelous and so was the discussion of it by a scholar and the expert who put the production together. […]

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THE STATE OF THE UNION (According to Honey’s experiences of the last few weeks)

Within the last few weeks I have had conservatives lambaste liberals to me as a Fifth column, never to be trusted. They tell me liberals are inbuilt enemies of this country with whom we must not associate in any capacities. They are disgusted with the way the left constantly puts down Trump and uses this […]

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On civility

Consider this: A democrat president nominates a person for the Supreme Court. Hearings are not used to demolish the character of the nominee or to lie about the choice. Republicans, generally polite, agree that elections have consequences and a president gets to choose his nominee and usually the nominee gets the votes of the vast […]

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Christine Blasey Ford Time Line

1982 – Something may or may not have happened with another 2 (or 4) teenagers at a party, she cannot remember who threw the party, where the party was held, who she was with or how she got home. She was drinking and said nothing to anyone. 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, […]

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