The Lynching

Bill Whittle PJ Media You Tube 7/19/2013

Bill Whittle examines the death of Trayvon Martin and trial of George Zimmerman. Is the acquittal of Zimmerman one of the great civil rights injustices of our time? Find out.

_ _ Related: We Hear From The First Hypothesizer On Trayvon Martin

…We don’t expect the First Panderer […]

‘Les Miserables’ and the power of Christian love

“Religions pass away but God remains…”

The Perfect Depiction of Christian Love in Victor Hugo’s Jean Valjean

Robin A. Brace UK Apologetics 2006

It should be no surprise that the great French novelist Victor Hugo was a passionate believer in God and in the power of prayer for this powerfully comes across in […]

Missing piece surfaces in the Obama puzzle

Thomas Lifson American Thinker 9/24/2012

Nobody knows for sure how Barack Obama managed to get into and pay for the elite higher education he received, particularly given his self-admitted lackadaisical approach to school in his younger years. The president’s decision to keep his higher education records a secret is considered unworthy of attention by the […]

Does Google know something we don’t?

20 April 2012

On his Facebook, author Jack Cashill wrote this today:

Check this out before it disappears. On Google Books, the list of books attributed to Bill Ayers includes “Dreams from My Father.” That is the only one that does not have his name on the cover.

 

So, we followed his link. And […]

An update on Bill Ayers speech at NJ’s Montclair University

27 March 2011

We first shared the article by Liberty Chick in our post “Bill Ayers to speak at NJ’s Montclair University on ‘Education and the New Activism’ ” The following is an update from Gulag Bound in which they quote Jerome Corsi’s article:

Video: Bill Ayers Again Claims he Wrote Dreams from My Father […]