Merry Christmas everyone! For your viewing pleasure, below is a video produced by Minnesotans for Global Warming. The music in it is sung to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Enjoy!
Have no fear, the technocrats are here.
The Pilgrims and other early colonists were nearly wiped out by cold, drought and famine. Tony Heller points out that are very fortunate to live in a warmer, milder climate with ready availability of affordable energy. PHOTO CREDIT: By Jean Leon Gerome Ferris – This image is available from the United States Library of Congress’s… Read More The Real Lesson of Thanksgiving
A couple of years ago, one video blogger did a presentation on Christopher Columbus and how his bad deeds have been exaggerated to make him fit the role of a villain. PHOTO CREDIT: Christopher Columbus on Santa Maria 1492 By Emanuel Leutze – http://mr_sedivy.tripod.com/explor2.htm, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17318667
This year is when Los Angeles officially replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day. Two years ago, when the change was enacted, Jimmy Kimmel had something to say about it and demonstrates how to do so is really grounded in stupidity and racism.
Tucker Carlson had author James Robbins on his Fox News show about this time last year. In this interview, Tucker highlights the larger moral distinction about Columbus Day is that the West has no right to defend itself and it is an extension of the noble savage concept. PHOTO CREDIT: Christopher Columbus on Santa Maria… Read More “All About Shame and Blame”: The Assault on Columbus Day
On this day, 243 years ago, the United States declared independence from the British Empire. During 2003, Norman Lear and Rob Reiner produced a video made up of eight eight Oscar winners: Morgan Freeman, Benicio del Toro, Kathy Bates, Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Spacey, Mel Gibson, Michael Douglas and Renee Zellweger along with three Oscar-nominated actors… Read More A Reading of the Declaration of Independence
John Stossel has a column published in Reason magazine pointing out that the Pilgrims founded the Massachusetts colony at Plymouth Plantation in December 1620. The colonists set about creating a heaven on earth based on Biblical principles. A society without private property, where all worked for the common good and, consequently, the Pilgrims promptly started… Read More This Thanksgiving, Be Thankful for Capitalism
Tucker Carlson had author James Robbins on his Fox News show last night. In this interview, Tucker highlights the larger moral distinction about Columbus Day is that the West has no right to defend itself and it is an extension of the noble savage concept.
Delivered by one of America’s greatest Presidents.