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by | Jan 24, 2023

Let me state at the outset that my faith in Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who seems like the ultimate Good Time Charlie of American politics, to do what is necessary to successfully deal with what’s happening in Atlanta is ……

by | Jan 15, 2022

President Joe Biden went to Atlanta Tuesday to push for passage of what Democrats hail as “voting rights” legislation. The speech prompted pundits to question the wisdom of a president who promised to bring the country together comparing opponents of…

by | Dec 27, 2021

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT TO MY TAS READERS: My New Year 2o22 Resolutions for my readers at The American Spectator is to: Reduce all my 2,000-3,000-word articles to the same trim-and-svelte 800-1,200-word lengths that normal columnists write, and Publish twice-weekly on predictable days,…

by | Aug 11, 2021

A black mother has sued an Atlanta public school for segregating her black child from white children and placing her into a black-only elementary class. When Kim Posey sent her black elementary school-aged daughter back to school, the last thing…

by | Jun 16, 2021

If you attempt to watch the YouTube version of Tucker Carlson’s report on what’s going on in Atlanta from Monday night, you’ll find yourself wading through warnings that “the following content has been identified by the YouTube community as inappropriate…

by | Apr 16, 2021

There may not be a more American brand than the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola, but the company carrying that brand is a lot less red, white, and blue than you think. It isn’t run by an American, or at least not by…

by | Mar 23, 2021

Back in my days as a Wheaton prof, I used a book of informal fallacies (those lacking mathematical precision) in my introduction to logic. As I recall, it listed 100 of these cheesy shortcuts. I was familiar with the classics…

by | Jul 11, 2020

Epigraph of the Series “ … the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition their Government for redress of grievances.” U.S. Constitution, Amendment 1 Taxonomy for the Series “If you … then you are a … ” peaceably…

by | Jun 19, 2020

The right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. — First Amendment, U.S. Constitution “To peaceably assemble.” Protest and Force: Mutually Exclusive. Protest is peaceable. When actions are not peaceable, they…

by | Jun 18, 2020

The very first time I saw the Derek Chauvin–George Floyd video I was disgusted. I yelled at my TV screen, “Get off the guy’s neck, you #$%!” I likewise yelled at the three cops on my TV screen standing around…

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