The original philosophy of Liberalism has taken a way side, as I experience the postings as several liberals here on Red Mass Group. Most politics are not about the complementary nature of conservatism and liberalism, as we balance one’s personal responsibility to one’s freedoms, rather simple personal attacks with little interest on the meaning and ideas behind such concepts. Sometimes…Read More »
I made note of David Mamet’s essay (a five page read) here over at RMG last March, felt the need to a follow up commentary by D’Souza.
Dinesh D’Souza :: Townhall.com Columnist
David Mamet Leaves the Brain Dead Left Mamet’s essay in a March issue of the Village Voice, “Why I am No Longer a Brain Dead Liberal,” came as…
The blog, DigiHairshirt, is a Catholic Lawyer living in Southern California. She went to a rally with her daughter this past week. She took some great photos, well over a dozen in all. Mr. Job Voight showed up, along with Meg Whitman, the former CEO of eBay. Great pictures, please go over and check them out. Win or lose next…Read More »
I came upon these two passages from a recent article by Sandy Rios in her concern for the disabled, and reflecting on how Nazis termed them as ‘useless eaters. In attempt to breed the Aryan race, the Nazis began a systematic extermination of “useless eaters.” Videos were produced to illustrate the horrors of the disabled and thousands were led to…Read More »
Sorry about being so snippy on life issues, not sorry on being vocal on life issues, just sorry on the snippy part. Anyways speaking with relatives who were Hilary supporters and probably will hold their nose and vote for Obama, though they say they are undecided. They aren’tgoing to vote for Obama, because they like him or even agree with…Read More »
(Yes it is. All Ponzi Schemes need rubes at the bottom rungs. Without new rubes babies, we’re doomed. But hell that’s just sloganeering right. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) The video is in this link, sorry no You Tube. It is a minute or two long, but please read the subtitles. With economic woes at this time, people…Read More »
I thought previous discussions on casinos in Massachusetts, that this would be interesting.
Ban On Betting Would Boost Ailing Economy, Gambling Critic Says
If the estimated $100 billion now spent annually on gambling – mostly slot machines – went into consumer spending instead, economic models show it would generate more than $300 billion for the nation’s slumping economy and create…