Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Be Careful Where You Choose to Live...

Your kids could end up like this young man.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Flash! News from the Contemporary Students of the North

...also known as Estudiantes Contemporaneos del Norte, students at the University of New Mexico, who, along with Chicano Studies professor Charles Truxillo, tout the "...Inevitability of a Mexicano Nation in the American Southwest and Northern Mexico."

Openly promoting this idea, the site, hosted on a taxpayer-funded university web server, contains a fascinating series of maps and essays called "Evolution of El Norte" that shows the anticipated progression from the indigenous land of 1000 A.D to a projected "Republica del Norte" in 2080 A.D. That last map is inconspicuously linked off the 2050 A.D. map, not off the Evolution of El Norte page. Guess they don't want to scare folks.

Wonder why.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Why I Became a Kinist, redux...

I recently read, again, my own words on my own blog. Not to be narcissistic, but to reconsider earlier thoughts. Sometimes when I do this I have more to add to what I wrote in the past. I've been adding more reasons to my previous thoughts on why I became a Kinist, and will enlarge on them in subsequent posts. But for now, please take a few moments to read my first post on the topic, Laurel's Lament, or Why I Became a Kinist.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Another Good Reason to Homeschool...

In addition to the many other good reasons to homeschool, such as better mannered children, molding your child's Christian worldview, directing their growth as an individual as well as a student, etc., one should remember that schools are not safe places. Especially because...

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Somehow I managed to miss this news report...

...back in July. But it's worth watching, and heeding the unspoken message: if there wasn't a market for drugs in this country, there wouldn't be drug cartels jockeying for our "business". White Americans, I am talking to you. Shake the drug habit and take the power away from these low-lifes.