My Role As Evil Genius

Okay. I guess I need to say something. For those readers from out of town we have a small local dust-up going, having to do with some irrelevant bigotries from the ebbing world of print journalism. What happened was this. Our town has a locally-owned food co-op, and a number of our church members get …

A Local Deal

The Moscow School Board voted yesterday to hold an election in March to increase their supplemental levy by $1.97 million. Now there are a number of questions that normally swirl around levy issues. (Is the money used wisely? Why is MSD more expensive than other districts? Voters who pursue other education options being less inclined …

Not Too Much

I would encourage all our friends out there to enjoy the following short clip from youtube. But, of course, if you have ever been subjected to “the treatment,” or are related by marriage or blood to Doug Phillips, R.C. Jr., Steve Wilkins, or me, I would also admonish you as a brother in Christ not …

Right Out of the SPLC Playbook

A coalition of fledgling opposition to Putin just had its offices raided. Kasparov, the chess guy, is one of those trying to mount some sort of accountability to the authoritarian rule of Mr. Putin. But taking their talking points from our very own Southern Poverty Law Center, the Russian government said that the raid was …

Still Trying to Find a Rock to Throw

This editorial column ran in our local paper last night in response to a front page article that they ran some days before. That article described the release of a book by a local academic as a response to what I have written and said about slavery. So Why Isn’t the Record Straight? Here is …

Lenny Bruce Tags It

One of our local adversaries, Nick Gier, had a letter in the paper last night entitled “‘Intolerista,’ and proud of it.” He was referencing a recent article in the Spokane paper, which was, despite Nick’s praise, a fairly decent article. There were some mistakes in it, and of course, Nick seized on those mistakes as …

Brazenly Lied About

The Southern Poverty Law Center, the world’s richest civil rights organization, puts out an unfortunately named publication called the Intelligence Report. In a recent version of that report, they decided that it was now important to talk about me. Given the nature of the case, I thought I should take snippets from their article and …

Where You Been?

Ed Iverson is one of NSA’s faculty members and serves as the librarian of our Tyndale Library. In addition to these duties, as well as being a gracious Christian gentleman, he also writes a periodic column for the Moscow/Pullman Daily News. But the ongoing reaction to his column by our local lefties resembles a series …