Friday, November 28, 2014

Penthouse Forum studies

Robert Stacy McCain is doing yeoman's work battling lefty attempts to normalize perversion. On Thanksgiving Day, Robert Stacy McCain tweeted about a scholarly paper, "Ruptures in the heterosexual matrix through teenage flows and multiplicities" by Bronwyn Davies, Marnina Gonick, Kristina Gottschall and Jo Lampert, PhDs all. The Queensland University of Technology published it last year.

I found it more entertaining than the Macy's Parade.

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Obama: don't tax the illegals

President Obama believes he bestowed citizenship upon 5 million illegal aliens with a stroke of his pen. Not only that, but Obama wants to protect them from paying taxes -- even as he touts how they, supposedly, add more to the economy than they take out in government assistance, including Medicaid and food stamps. The president wants illegal aliens to collect tax credits -- a reverse tax. Most real Americans don't -- and they told him so on Election Day. Democrats hate this.

The situation is so bad that, Reuters reported, "on Tuesday, the White House took the unusual step of publicly pledging to veto a deal on tax breaks that Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid was trying to hammer out with Republicans in the House of Representatives."


American Vignettes: Elsie Quarterman

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a profile of Elsie Quarterman, who brought the Tennessee purple coneflower back from extinction. Today is the 104th anniversary of her birth.


Thursday, November 27, 2014

American Vignettes: Mario R. Capecchi

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a profile of Mario R. Capecchi, whose work in genetics earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2007, which he shared with Englishmen Sir Martin J. Evans and Oliver Smithies.

This is my favorite thus far.


American Vignettes: Bill W.

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a profile of Bill W., the founder of Alcoholics, on the day after the 119th anniversary of his birth. I will post one more vignette today as we celebrate Thanksgiving.

American Vignettes: James Robert Cade

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a look at James Robert Cade on the seventh anniversary of his death. He invented Gatorade. I will post two more vignettes throughout the day as we celebrate Thanksgiving.



American Vignettes: John Wesley Hyatt

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a profile of John Wesley Hyatt, the engineer who kicked off America's plastics industry -- and saved the elephant -- on the day before the 177th anniversary of his birth. I will post three more vignettes throughout the day as we celebrate Thanksgiving.

American Vignettes: Mary Edwards Walker

My series on exceptional Americans continues with a profile of Mary Edwards Walker, the only woman to receive a Medal of Honor, on the day after the 182nd anniversary of her birth. I will post four more vignettes throughout the day as we celebrate Thanksgiving.



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