Johnny Cash in London

Well, it’s Saturday, so let’s lighten up and have some fun.

 

 

If you enjoy when we do these, do let me know.

Sunday Ride

You know when I was a kid, every once in a while on a nice Sunday afternoon my folks would decide to just go for a ride. It was a nice custom that seems to have died out, mostly.

But this is kind of a virtual one, for out here. Enjoy!

Decadence, Episode 4: Education

I’m going to post another one of these today, simply because I’m tied up and am not going to get anything written for you. Still, I intend to present the whole series, anyway, so it’s really a question of timing.

This one, on education, I think makes some very excellent points, although as we all know, if I agreed with everything he says, one of us would be superfluous. 🙂

Klavan on the Media

Andrew Klavan on the media

 

Heh!

On the Other Hand

Uncle_Sam_(pointing_finger)Like everybody, I tend to concentrate on what’s wrong, and in truth, there’s plenty out there to depress you to despair or worse. But sometimes we should remember to be “Fair and Balanced”.

Did you realize that there are only two countries in the world that do not have a national costume?

One is England, when we dress up, everybody in the world dresses like an Englishman.

And the rest of the time, they dress like an American.

Bill Whittle also decided it was time for some good news, and it’s exceptional

What We Believe

We’re going to stay with the video format this weekend, mostly because I think it conveys more information more easily than the written word, when it is done well. And nobody does it better than Bill Whittle. You may or may not want to watch all of these right now, they’re not long but they all demand some thinking on your part. That’s OK though, you can always bookmark the post and come back, I won’t tell anyone.

Here we go.

Small Government

The Problem with Elitism

Wealth Creation

Natural Law

Gun Rights

Immigration

American Exceptionalism

So, there you have it, in seven easy lessons, what conservative (and especially TEA Party) Americans believe. Not really very radical at all, are we? Do I agree with every word he spoke here? If I thought really hard, I might find half a dozen minor points to disagree with, maybe!

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