House of Representatives Votes to Fade Confederate Veterans from Memory

I must be an odd Yankee. The onslaught of stories about the War on the Confederate Flag continue to bug me. While other stories relating to the honored/enraging Southern symbol have mainly affected its use on the local or state … Continue reading

Journalists Are GOP Stooges for Not Worshiping at the Altar of Hillary, Says Journalist

Salon. That oh-so-un-biased example of newsy journalistic integrity is proving once again just how unbiased and newsy they are by attacking Politico for reporting on all things Hillary-gate. Headline: How Politico became a GOP stooge: Republicans want to destroy Hillary … Continue reading


Declaration of Independence. The public act by which the Second Continental Congress, on July 4, 1776, declared the Colonies to be free and independent of England. The document embodying it. Declaration. Noun. The act of declaring. Announcement. A positive, explicit, … Continue reading

Using Old Glory in Your Facebook Profile Pic Means You Hate Gay People

Are you a Facebooker? You want to celebrate the Fourth of July on your profile? Well, you may not want to do that. You could be branded a homophobe. Apparently–and I say “apparently” because I’m not a Facebook user at … Continue reading