Posts in category "Editorial"

Donald Trump is absolutely right about absolutely everything

Donald Trump is absolutely right about absolutely everything
Donald Trump has never been wrong about anything.  The constant harangue from the Liberal media about the goofy things he says is nothing more than a distraction meant to derail his path to the White House. Now, when I say that Donald Trump has never been wrong about anything, it should be understood that it’s... Read more »

Confederate flag does not yet wave o'er the land of the losers and the home of slavery

Confederate flag does not yet wave o'er the land of the losers and the home of slavery
After hours of filibuster by amendments , the South Carolina House of Representatives finally joined their Senate counterparts by voting to remove the Confederate flag from it’s lofty position in the state capital. South Carolina governor, Nikki Haley signed the bill into law today.  Just so we’re clear, the bill will not make it illegal... Read more »

Gun control, the 2nd Amendment and the United States of Bumper Stickers

Gun control, the 2nd Amendment and the United States of Bumper Stickers
Excerpted from the upcoming Manifesto de Arjay: The 2nd Amendment is always fun to talk about and the discussions are usually pretty amicable between opposing opinions.  Like other topical issues such as abortion and same sex marriage, folks on both sides of the issue have no trouble understanding the other side’s point of view. And... Read more »
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What kind of an idiot brings a gun to Bible study?

What kind of an idiot brings a gun to Bible study?
What kind of an idiot brings a gun to Bible study?    That’s a fair question, although it’s generally futile to try to differentiate between different kinds of idiots. Amidst the back drop of gun-toting Southerners, the title question seems to beg itself. I was imagining a guy on his way to Bible study that fateful... Read more »

Mike Huckabee is the new head of the American Taliban

Mike Huckabee is the new head of the American Taliban
Mike Huckabee, a man who wants to take the presidential oath, swearing on a bible to defend the Constitution has declared that he “will not acquiesce to an imperial court.”  He was referring, of course to the Supreme Court’s latest ruling that states can not deny marriage to anyone. I’m not entirely sure what Huckabee... Read more »

Charleston, South Carolina is no Bus Stop

Charleston, South Carolina is no Bus Stop
In the Hollies’ song, Bus Stop the lyrics say, “That umbrella, we employed it By August, she was mine.”  Did you ever wonder what the heck he was doing with that umbrella that made her his? Maybe that’s just a silly song from another time. Not too many things are that silly, anymore. By now... Read more »
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Same sex marriage and the queers in black robes - Part II

Same sex marriage and the queers in black robes - Part II
If you read my last piece on gay marriage , you may wonder why Part II here refers to it as same sex marriage.  I’m wondering the same thing myself. I don’t know if one is more acceptable or less politically incorrect than the other.  I’m not even sure I know the difference between Oriental... Read more »

Tomorrow: Fact or fiction?

Tomorrow: Fact or fiction?
          The only problem with getting a topic at 9:00 PM about which you must publish a finished, cogent blog by 10:00 PM is…the whole thing.  That’s the problem, the whole thing. Producing an impromptu blog in an hour isn’t necessarily harder than having all day to do it, especially when... Read more »

Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day 2015
          From a previous post: A decade before I was born 2,400 American service men and women perished during the attack on Pearl Harbor, drawing us into a global conflict. By the end of World War II that number would exceed 400,000. Not to be confused with Veterans Day, which is... Read more »
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Gay marriage and the queers in black robes

Gay marriage and the queers in black robes
Gay marriage was a hot topic at the Supreme Court last month with oral arguments presented by both sides.  If you’ve asked yourself why there are ANY sides to the idea of two people getting married, you may not be alone. Isn’t it enough that a couple has to hold their breath when the officiant... Read more »