Article in The American Spectator (Link below) 5/12/17 Our Commentary: This must stop. This political-correctness-childishness must stop. It is preventing us from describing reality and therefore being able to deal with it appropriately. This, in our opinion, is Comey’s biggest—let’s be nice, and call it—failure. These writers at Tinkerbell are not only glad to see … Continue reading James Comey: Put Americans at Risk in the Name of Political Correctness
This is a compilation of Obama's words regarding Islam. Everything he says, and has said, about Islam is easily proven to be devoid of historical accuracy at its best, and at its worst is a staggering almost-treasonous propaganda ploy directed at the American people, that twists the truth about Islam almost beyond recognition. We were … Continue reading Guest Speaker: Barrack Obama
The Conservative Post reports: Since 2013, she has served as a member of the Citizens Commission on Benghazi Also Vice President of the Intelligence Summit, she formerly was a career operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency, a professor at the Centre of Counterintelligence and Security Studies, Executive Director of the Iran Policy Committee from … Continue reading Guest Speaker: Clare Lopez
Trump is now being accused of the recent increases in Anti-Semitic violence being seen all over the United States—because, as the reasoning goes, the Trump presidency has empowered White Supremacists who are the default suspects in the attacks. And many Jewish spokesmen have asserted this to be the case—It’s the White Supremacists, Neo Nazis who … Continue reading Anti-Semitic Upsurge: Trump to Blame?
The entire premise of this Blog is: For decades we in the western world have been experiencing an epidemic of Tenacious Adolescence running rampant through our “adult” population—well, that is the definition of an “epidemic” is it not? To some degree childish and immature behavior permeates everything and everyone in our modern culture, and … Continue reading Kids In The Streets Again (Sigh): A Day Without Women
Tonight, Donald Trump delivered his first Address to Congress. It was a virtuoso performance in terms of emotive power, connection and content. The speech was aspirational, inspirational, full of hope and future, as well as being dignified and composed. We watched as Donald Trump initiated himself as the President of The United States. He collected … Continue reading And The Democrats Remained Seated