Category Archives: Humanity

Obey The Orszaganization

Patriotic Americans know when to die – The Anchoress Throw mama under the health plan – Three beers later Contest! Supply a fitting slogan: ObamaCare! __________________________! As in ObamaCare! We Decide, seniors die! Guess what lefties? You’ll get old, too. … Continue reading

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Mastah Preddi

When 27-year-old Army lieutenant Fred Hargesheimer's P-38 Lightning was shot down on June 5, 1943 over New Britain he had no idea whether he would live or die. Below him was a forbidding jungle, reputedly filled with headhunters. Instead he … Continue reading

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The Lines That Never End

A very interesting article in the Washington Post by Mark Winne, the former director of Connecticut's Hartford Food System and a 25-year veteran of food bank programs. In it he explains how he came to recognize something awful about food handout … Continue reading

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Fancy New Name, Same Old Problem

I'm not picking on T-Steel, who posts over at The Moderate Voice. I just happen to have taken exception to a couple of his posts in the past few days when I saw them pop up on Memeorandum. Today he … Continue reading

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What A Genocidal Government Looks Like

To many in the West these days, America is the villain. They scold at every turn, pretty much no matter what we do as a nation. They decry our foreign policies. They moan about our efforts at globalization. They screech … Continue reading

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Modest Hero

This guy deserves a medal. It was every subway rider’s nightmare, times two. Who has ridden along New York’s 656 miles of subway lines and not wondered: “What if I fell to the tracks as a train came in? What … Continue reading

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The Hardest Service

A beautifully written article in today's Washington Post by Neely Tucker reminds us of the last, hardest, public service that is rendered by a former First Lady. That of burying her husband in the full glare of publicity. Betty Ford … Continue reading

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Never Again

I make it a point to try to mention things like this when they happen. We need more of this. American Muslims gathered for a ceremony to commemorate Jews murdered in Nazi death camps at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, … Continue reading

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Sixteen Miles Of Tears

Imagine a trail of paper that documents terror and death. Imagine the voices of people caught up in those events. Their voices long silent now, but the paper remains. A voiceless echo of the pain and suffering. The screams and … Continue reading

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The Actions Of Barbarians

Two years ago, the Iranian clerical courts had a 16-year old girl executed. Her crime? She was raped by a 51 year old former Revolutionary Guard member. The BBC actually published this story, which surprises me. They did go to … Continue reading

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UN “Reforms”

The UN made a huge show of reforming it's Human Rights Council. It's first order of business was to re-institute the habit of the old council to bash Israel first at every meeting.  The new UN Human Rights Council voted … Continue reading

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Star For A Day

A six year old girl from Boise Idaho became a superhero named Star for a day: When she donned her blue and metallic superhero costume, Star took on the super-powers of X-ray vision, superhuman strength, speed and blowing power — and … Continue reading

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This Is Just A Nice Story

Frank and Anita Milford of England have just celebrated their 78th wedding anniversary. The pair met as teenagers at a dance in Plymouth, southern England, in 1926 and married two years later. Asked for the secret of their enduring union, … Continue reading

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Perfection At The Cost Of Humanity?

The Daily Mail has a disturbing – no, that's wrong – appalling story that a fairly large number of late term abortions have been performed because the fetus had what are considered very minor, fully treatable birth defects. The ethical … Continue reading

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About Angels

The Seattle Post Intelligencer ran an essay by a soldier who recently returned from Iraq. It's one of the most moving pieces I have read. On this particular day one of the locals had his little girl with him. She was … Continue reading

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