Right Angles

There’s a little picture meme floating around social media these days, especially since last Tuesday when Indiana voters effectively made Donald Trump the GOP presidential candidate. Although it doesn’t mention him,...

A Review of Blue: For Earth. For Humanity. For Freedom a Jeffrey D. King film Jeffrey (JD) King is on a mission to save the earth. As a millennial and lifelong...

I got an email the other day – one of those “raising awareness” types that get forwarded around a lot. It originated with the American Family Association (AFA), and it showed...

If Sony pictures wanted to stir up a buzz over a film, they could hardly have orchestrated a better series of events than the geo-political drama that played out ahead of...

Standoff On the morning of October 28th, 1962, Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, received a cable from Anatoly Dobrynin, the Soviet ambassador in Washington....

The Great American Church Fire Hoax The Campaign In the spring of 1996, a spate of news reports about black church fires in America dominated airwaves and inflamed decent people both...

A Review of Roosters of the Apocalypse: How the Junk Science of Global Warming Nearly Bankrupted the Western World, by Rael Jean Isaac Beginning in April 1856, after decades of frontier...

The Diplomat is worth watching for the beauty of Katarina Witt and her skating alone. But as socio-political autopsy, it’s pure gold.

A Review of The KinderGarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks, by Evan Sayet In March, 2007, Evan Sayet delivered a speech to the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. called...

Pastor, Patriot A Conversation with C. L. Bryant C.L. Bryant is a descendent of Choctaw Indian and American slave. He lives in Grand Cane, Louisiana, on a 64-acre parcel of land...