On Being Brigitte

This article is Part I of a series profiling influential conservative women. It has been updated following my telephone interview with Brigitte Gabriel.  It is hard for any American woman to imagine what it would be like to be hunted by some of the world’s most feared Islamic terrorists. If you are Brigitte Gabriel, you put on your trainers and go for a hike. Brigitte … Continue reading On Being Brigitte

9th Circuit Court Rules in Favor of Big Tech Silencing Techniques

Not surprising, a judge in California’s Ninth Circuit Court in California has ruled in favor of big tech’s right to censorship in a case that was brought by Dennis Prager in 2017 for his Prager University organization’s YouTube account. In a three-judge panel, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed arguments that platforms like Google-owned YouTube can be sued under the First Amendment for … Continue reading 9th Circuit Court Rules in Favor of Big Tech Silencing Techniques

Why Resilience Will Always Matter

Resilience, or the ability to carry on under less than favorable conditions, will always matter. It is the grounds for which great literature and the seeds of heroes emerge from. Today’s culture, however, has cheated our youth into believing that suffering and injustices are unfair rather than a part of the human condition. But injustices and circumstances aren’t just a part of the human condition … Continue reading Why Resilience Will Always Matter

In the Next Round, Trump’s Got to Take Off the Gloves

In the greatest match up of our time of Trump taking on the heavy weight Deep State on behalf of the underdog—the forgotten man and woman in the United States—it’s time to go bare knuckles on the media and the criminals in government. Justice delayed is justice denied and there is no winning a set fight for a contender. The media is howling that Trump … Continue reading In the Next Round, Trump’s Got to Take Off the Gloves

The DNC Primary Is a Charade for Putting Clinton on the Ticket

The media is playing out before our very eyes the biggest hoax by the Democratic National Committee on the American people. It would be comical to see the established media talking about the winners and losers at the New Hampshire primaries— if any of it actually mattered—if it weren’t so tragic. But even the horse-betting excitement the political pundits live for every four years isn’t … Continue reading The DNC Primary Is a Charade for Putting Clinton on the Ticket

Roger Stone Not Abandoned by Trump

America has not forgotten the predawn televised raid of political adviser Roger Stone’s home by the CNN reporter who just happened to be the only reporter hiding in the bushes. And it appears that Trump has also not forgotten. Stone, a long-time political player and friend of President Trump, was subjected to a predawn swat team raid at his Fort Lauderdale, Florida home during the … Continue reading Roger Stone Not Abandoned by Trump

The Soulless Design World of Instagram

I love beautiful surroundings, and until the last two years, I looked to Instagram when seeking inspiration for my home. No more. The aesthetics of home design from major industry players has become predictable, boring and soulless. The question is, why are we accepting ugly, bland or conformist styles as something we must emulate and admire? The late great Roger Scruton, a rare intellectual conservative … Continue reading The Soulless Design World of Instagram