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  • Election 2016: The Dream Called America Dodges a Bullet -- Now What?

    11/13/2016 8:37:12 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 8 replies
    The Pearcey Report ^ | Wednesday, November 9, 2016 | Rick Pearcey
    We dodged a bullet last Tuesday. A bullet directed at the heart of the American dream. In the timely defeat of Hillary Clinton and in the stunning victory of Donald Trump and Mike Pence, a significant battle has been won. Much, however, remains to be done -- at levels strategic and foundational -- if we are to carry days beyond this day. As a matter of strategic import, we must restore the real-world governing centrality of the U.S. Constitution, as written and not as killed by secularists and their dead "living" "Constitution" -- which they then mangle to make it...
  • Thomas Sowell: The Blessings of Inequality

    02/02/2014 8:04:45 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 8 replies
    The Pearcey Report ^ | 1-28-14 | Rick Pearcey
    "We are lucky that we are so different," Thomas Sowell writes, "so that the capabilities of many other people can cover our limitations." But more than this, Sowell argues, the inequality of abilities (or "diversity," one might say) we see in human beings can save lives and enhance "everyone's well-being." Yes, human beings are created equal, as the Declaration of Independence so appropriately notes. This fact of life affirms the ontological worth and significance of the human being. It expresses the basis upon which people are to be respected by the powers that be and not steamrolled by big government,...
  • Operation Marriage Chaos: Woman "Married" to Berlin Wall for 29 Years

    04/18/2009 10:42:13 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 12 replies · 698+ views
    A friend alerts us to a woman clearly ahead of her time. According to the Telegraph, a Mrs. Berliner-Mauer, of Sweden, recently revealed that she "tied the knot" with the famous wall while visiting Berlin in 1979. The blissful creature-to-creature ceremony was conducted "before a handful of guests." Clearly biased in its reporting, however, the Telegraph castigates the woman as having a "bizarre fetish for inanimate objects." Objectum-Sexuality, to be regressively clinical. But please: Bizarre? What's truly bizarre is the newspaper's own embrace of Objectosexophobia. Shame! Shame on all objectosexophobists! No doubt "wall friendly" New York and California stand ready...