How much more materalistic/paternalistic can you get ? This multi-millionaire, who hasn’t driven her own car in nearly a decade, knows better than me (or you) about, well, everything (climate change, email server security, gun deaths, etc), so don’t worry your pretty little head about it and just do what you’re told, mija.
After the workplace violence Jihadi-inspired slaughter in San Bernardino, CA (less than 20 miles from where I write this), a lot of Americans are concerned. Not so much about the deeply flawed visa system, but about our Liberal friends.
We’re concerned about their insistence on allowing upwards of 10,000, mostly young male Syrian immigrants into the country. It strikes some of us that using a system that cheerfully allowed a woman with a false address and murderous heart to enter the US seems like a problem. And on further reflection, it occurs to us that using that same system to vet the largely unverifiable backgrounds of young men from a broken civil government could be, you know, uncool.
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As RWR readers know, our Prince of White Bread is a published fiction author. Needless to say, it’s a pleasure to read his work because it’s written from a world view to which we can relate. In a Roy Griffis novel, the sky is blue, grass is green, Conservatives aren’t evil, Progressives suck, and the world makes sense. And also, no sucker punches. Ah, readerly bliss!
As RWR readers also know, Andrew Breitbart famously pointed out that politics are downstream from culture. We on the Right clamor for more positive entertainment options, not only for our own pleasure, but because of pop culture’s potential power to sway public opinion away from somehow looking upon Progressive (Communist-Marxist-Maoist-Stalinist) Fascism favorably. America has very little time left if it is to be saved.
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The cover of Into the Flames, Book Two of my By the Hands of Men series is, like the first book, designed and executed by the ridiculously talented Kia Heavey. No, I’m not exaggerating about her talents. She plays the bagpipes, she’s a wicked graphics artist, and she’s a hell of a writer (I highly recommend her YA novel Underlake).
Kia was the one who recommended looking for an image to represent Robert Fitzgerald. In her opinion, having a central image to tie the cover together would make it more effective. I have to admit, I was hesitant…finding the photo of Nurse Florence Ethel Spalding, a strikingly beautiful woman (who actually worked in a field hospital at Gallopoli in WWI) was such a stroke of luck, I thought it would be a fool’s errand to even try to repeat the process. I was forgetting, however, that coincidence and luck are God’s way of remaining anonymous.
If the crowd is composed of objective Journolists who cheer any suggestion its time to quit worrying about Hillary’s emails and any of that silly old National Security nonsense.