Posts by Brother Bob


Pro Life Groups Marching in the St. Patrick’s Day parade is the Wrong Approach (Guest Post)

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There have been a few write ups about some pro-life group possibly being allowed to march in New York’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, and since as of this writing (on March 16th) there have been no news blurbs as to who this group will be it appears to not be happening: A New York-based pro-life… Read more »


Are the Oscars a Sign of Much Bigger Problems for the Radical Left? (Guest Post)

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I don’t watch the Academy Awards, or any awards shows for that matter. Apparently, most of you probably didn’t either – ratings are down 18% from last year. However, I have to admit that the post-ceremony coverage has been pretty entertaining, as we’ve gotten to watch many of the left’s various professional victimhood classes turn… Read more »


The Department of Transportation Has a Plan for You (Guest Post)

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The Washington Post reported that The Department of Transportation has some pretty big ideas about the future of transportation. Before diving into a thicket of transportation data and questions, a hefty new federal study makes a traffic projection that could get a chuckle, even from folks in Nebraska: Omaha, the new Los Angeles. That’s by… Read more »


The Radical Left’s War on Little Girls (Guest Post)

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It’s never too early for any parent to instill their ignorance and prejudices into their children.  Deciding that the civic values of the Girl Scouts1 weren’t good enough for their girls, the “Radical Brownies of Oakland” have stepped up to form their own independent group dedicated to teaching girls their important values. Christin Ayers for… Read more »

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Am I the Only One Who Thought Romney Running in 2016 Would Be a Good Thing? (Guest Post)

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Aaaand this one is over. Mitt Romney announced Friday he will not run for president in 2016, after briefly flirting with a third White House run — a decision that only slightly narrows the crowded field of potential Republican candidates. And Stephen Kruiser summed up what most people outside of the radical left feel about… Read more »


Seeking a Feminist Boyfriend in the DC Bubble (Guest Post)

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One of the great things about being married are the many instances where you broaden each other’s cultural horizons. Having been married for almost four years now, I’m proud of how much Sister Babe’s knowledge base has expanded. She can speak more intelligently about the Philadelphia Eagles’ depth at the Tight End position than many… Read more »


There May Be Hope for our Government After All (Guest Post)

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I recently wrote about the County Board’s efforts in Arlington, Virginia to force a streetcar onto its residents that the majority don’t want. Opposition became so fierce that it allowed an Independent (although Republican leaning) candidate, John Vihstadt, to be elected to a board seat in a special election last spring. This is not a bad accomplishment in a Democrat… Read more »