This blog originally founded by Blogger who holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession. Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches. Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology. Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Because My Subscription Ran Out Last Month I Won't Have the Pleasure of Canceling


9 comments:

Blogger said...

The establishment on a suicide mission.

Wolf's Head said...

Good.

Let them die.

Sarkazein said...

I am glad we are getting this election cycle's establishment members identified. I always have trouble knowing whose turn it is to be identified as establishment. Apparently it is not a Democrat who believes in partial birth abortion and imminent domain.

Cyclops said...

Establishment? You must be kidding. The majority of these NR writers are hard right conservatives -- Eric Erickson, Glenn Beck, Andy McCarthy, Thomas Sowell, Cal Thomas, Katie Pavlich, Mona Charen, David Boaz, David McIntosh and Brent Bozell--none of them can be fairly described as the GOP establishment. Only Kristol, Medved, Meese and Mulkaulsey might be considered by some as apologists for the "establishment."

These folks are long time conservative activists who recognize the damage Trump can do to, not just the GOP, but to the conservative movement. One may disagree with their analysis, but to label them as GOP "establishment" is absurd.

Sarkazein said...

Should read: Eminent domain, not imminent.

Sarkazein said...

Cyclops- That's why it is always so hard for me to spot an Establishment Republican.

Sarkazein said...

Gutfeld just made a brilliant statement. If TRUMP had decided to run as a Democrat, he would win the election.

Anonymous said...

But, he didn't.

Blogger said...

National Review provides the intellectual backbone of the conservative movement, but it is also part of a cultural elite that many conservatives believe has let them down. Trump, the street fighter who emerged from a tabloid culture, has no interest, and no particular need, to win over the intellectuals. He is a brawler fighting a populist campaign. Howard Kurtz Media Buzz