My question: where’s dad?
My question: where’s dad?
Multiculturism holds that all cultures are equally valuable and worthy. Best-selling author and film-maker, Dinesh D’Souza, explains why this popular belief is both wrong and dangerous. See his new PragerU video here and then send it on to family and friends.
The obsession with self-esteem is self-destructive for individuals and for society. Popular blogger, columnist and author Matt Walsh has a very sharp take on this issue in the newest video from PragerU. See it here and pass it on to friends and family.
Charles Blow is a well paid columnist for the New York Times. He’s living in hell? So what about those living in N Korea?
Can’t prove it with certainty, but take a look at this video see what you think.
For two centuries the British Empire did more to free the world than anyone. Those of us who live in freedom owe them a great debt. Historian Harry Crocker explains why here.
National Review features an extensive review of the Disney Hall Concert by someone who knows what he’s talking about, a professional conductor.
Why does everything bad comes from there.
You buy health insurance to protect against a health disaster, right? Should be pretty straightforward, right? Wrong. Health insurance is a mess and getting messier. There is a way to simplify things, though. Hoover Institution Research Fellow and health insurance expert Lanhee Chen explains. See the video here.
Here’s a link to Dennis’s appearance on Tucker Carlson’s show Tuesday night on Fox.
Dennis will be on Tucker Carlson tonight. Check local listings for times. Topic is current news and the theme of Dennis’s column last week: those who don’t fight evil, fight statues.
Arthur Brooks, President of the prestigious American Enterprise Institute, explains why capitalism is the world’s best anti-poverty program. But if it’s so good, why don’t more young people support it? See the video here.
What is so terrible that it can make college girls cry? Does the President lack empathy? Should we despise ’50’s values? Plus, the Male/Female Hour.
Yes, a Fordham University dean showed the PragerU video “Are 1 in 5 Women Raped at College?” to Resident Assistants. The women there started to cry they were so upset. How could any one claim they didn’t live in a rape culture? How insulting? How triggering?
Venezuela is truly a cautionary tale. We should pay attention. Debbie D’Souza, a Venezuela native, explains why. You can see it here. Then, share it with everyone you know who thinks socialism is swell idea for the US.
By supporting the Southern Poverty Law Center, these corporations are working against tolerance in the Muslim world. Is that they want to do? Let’s give the NYT credit for publishing this.
Yes, that’s right, boys don’t wear shoulder-bearing blouses. This is a perceived as civil rights issue because girls are treated differently than boys. Ah, the oppression. The sexism.
You can see Ami’s new video here. Shouldn’t everyone have the same income?