Culture

Homosexuals and Satanists Attempt to Bully CAPro

About a month ago, I wrote a three-part response to Laramie Pridefest that I relabeled as “Queer”fest 2017 Laramie. In those articles I was highly critical of the event, which some took exception to on social media. It was not long until several of the fruitcakes that lauded the event…


Coming to the Aid of a Satanist Only Gets You Burned

Late yesterday afternoon, in lieu of three articles I had written on “Queer”fest 2017 Laramie, a self-styled Satanist decided to write me a poorly written screed that pretended to be a defense of another Satanist in one of those articles. It was filled with all kinds of personal attacks, four-letter…


The Death of Journalism is Really the Death of Truth

There are all kinds of print articles and media commentary these days claiming that journalism is dead. Whether or not that is true, many of the same advocates of such a conclusion seem to waste an inordinate amount of time and effort trying to prove the point. Imagine if we…



“Queer”fest Laramie 2017: The Day After–Part 1

It’s the day after “Queer”fest Laramie 2017. The first one in Laramie’s history and what a festival it was. Drag queens shared stories at the local library. Fruits, flakes, and nuts shared telephone numbers and rendezvous plans. And what would a festival of “love” be without incessant streams of hatred…


Laramie’s First “Queer”fest

That’s right. In little ol’ Laramie, Wyoming, the “queers” are celebrating with pride. No longer will Laramie be simply known as the “Gem City” or Home of the Cowboys. Now it can fly the rainbow flag and be recognized as an official sponsor of queerdom. As reported by the LaramieLive…


Save Our Children: Take Homosexuality Off the Sin List

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, one way of saving our children, especially those who believe they might be “gay,” is to arbitrarily change God’s law and pronouncements about homosexuality. At least that is what is being argued by a pro-sodomy and perversion group that names itself Faith in America, headed up…


What Did We Learn from the Republican National Convention?

Well, it is finally over, and thank God for that!  The Republican National Convention, which could easily have been called the RINO National Convention, is history. Speeches were given, reveling abounded, and what exactly did we learn from the spectacle?  Here are few observations. First of all, there was a…



“I’m not against gay marriage…I wouldn’t care”

That was a comment, in part, that I heard this morning from a prominent radio guy here in the DFW area. During a brief discussion on the Supreme Court decision rendered on Friday Hal Jay, on WBAP, said in response to a comment that Brian Estridge made about gay marriage,…