Tag: political correctness

Our Actions Reveal Who We Really Are

I always try to have a theme each day, and when I use cartoons, I want to ensure they all connect somehow with that theme. Except maybe today. If you’ll excuse me, I’m just going to throw a few random cartoons at you—ones that I have collected and can’t find a way to unite them thematically—and just let you enjoy them. Maybe some kind of theme may emerge in the end. Here’s one that’s centered on Groundhog Day, but it… Read more »

Hollow Inside?

Chapter eight of Mark Steyn’s America Alone has so much substance that I don’t wish to demean it by trying to force it all into one post. Let’s just cover the first part of the chapter today. The title? “The Unipole Apart: America vs. Everyone Else.” Steyn begins the chapter with this question: “Can America win its ‘long war’”? He then proceeds to offer reasons to doubt the fire within America to maintain such vigilance. Keeping in mind that he… Read more »