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by | Jul 18, 2022

A crowd of Black Lives Matter activists in Minneapolis who were protesting the police shooting of Andrew Sundberg were confronted on Saturday by a mother of two, Arabella Yarbrough, whose apartment Sundberg shot into.  Sundberg, a 20-year-old Minneapolis man, was…

by | Jun 19, 2022

Joe Duggan’s fine column in Sunday’s TAS web contrasting the true baseball gent Stan Musial and the hostile hothead Jack Flaherty deserves a wide readership. It’s yet another sad but telling example of how all major leagues sports, formerly a…

by | Jun 18, 2022

St. Louis Outside Busch Stadium stands an iconic statue of “The Man,” the baseball Cardinals’ greatest player, Stan Musial. St. Louisans like to remember Musial according to Commissioner Ford Frick’s description as “baseball’s perfect knight.” During and after his career…

by | Jun 17, 2022

In an age where many bishops have become enablers of misbehavior by their sheep, one bishop has stretched out his crozier. On Thursday, Bishop Robert McManus of the Diocese of Worcester, which is located in central Massachusetts, decided that the…

by | Apr 7, 2022

“The booty is enormous!” So savored Leon Trotsky, rubbing his covetous hands and salivating at the Russian Orthodox Church’s cache of “fabulous treasures.” He and Vladimir Lenin greedily eyed up the gems. Lenin was furious when the Church wouldn’t give…

by | Mar 29, 2022

The world is divided between those of us who get slapped in time and those who do not. The slap triggers a blocking effect on the imbeciloidal gland, which is in charge of secreting stupidity into the human body. Traditionally,…

by | Feb 9, 2022

The 19th-century black educator Booker T. Washington feared that opposition to racism would turn into a financial racket. His fears have been realized. Many of today’s self-appointed scourges of racism conform perfectly to Washington’s words of warning: “I am afraid…

by | Jan 30, 2022

The term “mansion Marxist” is an oldie and a goodie. It’s right up there with “limousine leftist,” but richer (pun intended) because it denotes an especially outrageous kind of left-wing hypocrite: For instance, the Soviet party apparatchik basking in the…

by | Nov 19, 2021

Black Lives Matter founder Patrisse Cullors took a hit over the past year because of controversy over her financial dealings, including purchases of several new expensive homes in predominantly white neighborhoods. Pretty much everyone who read about the controversy immediately…

by | Nov 12, 2021

The media crime syndicate strikes again, targeting a teenager and creating mayhem in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Will they pay a price? Doubtful. Kenosha, Wisconsin, a mid-sized midwestern town on the west side of Lake Michigan, has around 99,000 residents. There are…

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