Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s Attack on Women

Posted · Add Comment

Earlier this week the Supreme Court released a decision in the case of Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia which effectively reads the prohibition on discrimination in employment based upon a person’s “race, color, religion, sex, or national origin,” to mean “sexual orientation or sexual identity” as well. The decision is an attack on women, whether many of […]

Woke Journalists Radio

Woke journalists and the New York Times—On the Radio

Posted · 1 Comment

I’m scheduled to make an appearance on Dave Congalton’s Hometown Radio show this evening to talk about this op-ed by Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton and the fallout that resulted in Editorial Page Editor James Bennet’s ouster at the hands of mostly younger, woke journalists. I’ll update this post with the audio today or tomorrow when […]

political speech

Media Bias, Political Speech, and Fake News

Posted · Add Comment

Another week, another entry in the annals of media bias, political speech and fake news. At last week’s State of the Union Address to Congress, President Donald Trump channelled his inner reality show persona and crafted a number of applause lines by recognizing several invited guests whom you really can’t help but tip your hat […]

Is there a place in the MSM for Conservatives?

Is there a place in the MSM for Conservatives?

Posted · Add Comment

Yesterday, part of my substitute teaching gig at the local high school was basically monitoring study hall for a couple periods and making sure that the classroom doesn’t turn into “Lord of the Flies.” As I monitored the class, I also continued looking for something resembling full-time work. Writing, reporting, public relations, marketing, editing, photography […]

Gavin Newsom’s war on the poor, middle class

Posted · Add Comment

Democrats have had plenary power in California politics for the better part of two decades, and they’ve done little to help the poor and the middle class. Gov. Gavin Newsom has done nothing to improve things. While the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline is currently $2.64, in California it’s a whopping $4.18. […]

Last Week in Bad Journalism: Des Moines Register

Posted · Add Comment

It was a great, feel-good story that dropped right in the laps of the Des Moines Register two weeks ago and they turned it into one of the most glaring examples of bad journalism since the week before. ESPN’s College Gameday was in Ames Iowa for the annual intrastate rivalry between the Iowa State Cyclones and […]

Hoystory’s New Venture: RestrictedArms.com

Posted · 1 Comment

You might have noticed that things have quieted down around here. As Monty Python famously noted: “It’s not dead. It’s just resting.” (Of course, in that case it was actually dead, but no matter.) Much of my time recently has been focused on my new venture: RestrictedArms.com. I encourage you all to check it out, offer […]

Movie Review: Unplanned

Posted · Add Comment

The first few minutes of the new movie, “Unplanned,” are the most difficult. The film doesn’t begin with Planned Parenthood abortion clinic director Abby Johnson as a starting out as a clinic volunteer her junior year of college. It doesn’t begin with her getting a full time job at Planned Parenthood counseling vulnerable women that […]

Dave Congalton Show Notes

Posted · Add Comment

Here are the show notes for the Dave Congalton Show for Friday, March 15 — the Ides of March. This is my last day guest hosting for Dave, he should be back in the driver’s seat on Monday! 3 p.m. hour: Michael Semanchik, Managing Attorney for the California Innocence Project California governor on halting executions: […]