Monday, October 22, 2018


Politics

Respect – “Black Woman, Black Man”.

(Akiit.com) A few years before Aretha Franklin sang “Respect.” Before her, Otis Redding’s version had a laudable meaning, too. When Aretha sang... 


The Hopeless Democrats… The Hopeless Democrats…

(Akiit.com) Over the next several weeks, Americans will be going to the polls in the most eagerly anticipated and consequential mid-term election in our... 


Democratic Party So Crazy Now! Democratic Party So Crazy Now!

(Akiit.com) I remember giving a speech about a decade ago at a large GOP event in San Francisco. I opened the event by saying, “It’s kind... 


Chris Matthews, Rapper Kanye West & The left’s Race-Card Hustle. Chris Matthews, Rapper Kanye West & The left’s Race-Card Hustle.

(Akiit.com) As is often the case in this era of President Donald Trump, the reaction is far more interesting than the action. The action was rapper/entrepreneur,... 


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Religion

When Life and The Devil Deal You A Bad Hand. When Life and The Devil Deal You A Bad Hand.

(Akiit.com) It’s been some time ago, but I again heard one of the most powerful sayings a friend of mine once said, right before he was about to be installed... 


Christians Being Shamed. Christians Being Shamed.

(Akiit.com) It is true that an ugly anti-Bible tide is rising in America. It is true that many conservative believers – in particular Christian –... 


How Are Churches Changing In The 21st Century? How Are Churches Changing In The 21st Century?

(Akiit.com) For the longest time, if there was one constant that you could rely on in American culture, it was the presence of the church. Not only was... 


U.S. Christians Sinning And Contributing To A Cultural Rot. U.S. Christians Sinning And Contributing To A Cultural Rot.

(Akiit.com) Beneath the glossy wrapping of materialism and technological advancement, there is undeniably growing social unrest in the West. We have been... 


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News

Respect – “Black Woman, Black Man”.

(Akiit.com) A few years before Aretha Franklin sang “Respect.” Before her, Otis Redding’s version had a laudable meaning, too. When Aretha sang “Respect” in 1967, she turned the song into something women have never let go. The song became a powerful anthem for many, but more so for Black women. It still resonates with us today. Her version was not just about resonating with our civil rights.... [Read more of this review]


The Hopeless Democrats… The Hopeless Democrats…

(Akiit.com) Over the next several weeks, Americans will be going to the polls in the most eagerly anticipated and consequential mid-term election in our nation’s history. Voters will decide whether to continue the President’s agenda which includes cutting regulations and taxes, boosting our military, renegotiating our trade deals, and focusing on border security. This agenda has produced incredible... [Read more of this review]


Democratic Party So Crazy Now! Democratic Party So Crazy Now!

(Akiit.com) I remember giving a speech about a decade ago at a large GOP event in San Francisco. I opened the event by saying, “It’s kind of strange being in a place where you can be openly gay but you’ve got to be a closet Republican.” The crowd roared. A lot of people hide things in the closet. No one has to hide being gay anymore (thank goodness). And even though I’m... [Read more of this review]


Chris Matthews, Rapper Kanye West & The left’s Race-Card Hustle. Chris Matthews, Rapper Kanye West & The left’s Race-Card Hustle.

(Akiit.com) As is often the case in this era of President Donald Trump, the reaction is far more interesting than the action. The action was rapper/entrepreneur, ex-George W. Bush denouncer and Trump supporter Kanye West, whom Trump invited to the White House. The reaction from left-wing black critics was predictable. But the reaction from a notable Trump-hating white pundit was unintentionally eye-opening.... [Read more of this review]


America Is So Great! America Is So Great!

(Akiit.com) I moved to California from New York City in 1976. The founder of what was then America’s largest Jewish retreat center, the Brandeis Institute (not affiliated with the university), Dr. Shlomo Bardin, asked me to work as his assistant. He was 75 years old; I was 25. One weekend the next year, he announced to the membership he wanted me to succeed him. To everyone’s shock, he died that... [Read more of this review]


So Much Hate, So Little Tolerance. So Much Hate, So Little Tolerance.

(Akiit.com) Political rivalry is as much a part of Americana as “Red, White and Blue.” We expect it and cheer on whatever side we support. Throughout the history of our great nation, elections would bring much debate and comparisons as to whose side or positions would be best for the future of our nation. I remember fearing the thought of Barry Goldwater becoming our nation’s president. I thought... [Read more of this review]


Mad And Not Having It With Brett Kavanaugh. Mad And Not Having It With Brett Kavanaugh.

(Akiit.com)   I’m mad.  So mad that I can spit. Throw stuff.  Holla.  Make some noise.  What is a righteous woman to do?  I’m about to throw me a Kavanaugh.             Brett Kavanaugh may have made it to the Supreme Court, but he also needs to make it to ignominy.  In other words, he needs to go down in disgrace, not because he was accused of sexual assault, not because... [Read more of this review]


Still Voting For The Democrats? Why? Still Voting For The Democrats? Why?

(Akiit.com) Given what the Trump administration is saying are record achievements for a president at this stage in office, why would anyone consider voting for Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections? Writing in The Washington Examiner, Paul Bedard lists 289 accomplishments of the Trump administration, beginning with the obvious one, the economy: “They include 173 major wins, such as adding... [Read more of this review]


Donald Trump’s NAFTA Triumph. Donald Trump’s NAFTA Triumph.

(Akiit.com) For those on the left and right who were certain that President Donald Trump’s presidency meant the end of global free trade … think again. Though Trump’s critics have dismissed the significance of the new Mexico and Canada trade deal, it’s hard to deny that it is a welcome advance for the economy of the entire continent. The pact will extend for years a (mostly)... [Read more of this review]


Make Sure Your Business is Prepared for Success. Make Sure Your Business is Prepared for Success.

(Akiit.com) When you are trying to run a successful business, it is very easy to make mistakes and go wrong along the way. You have to make sure you come up with ideas that are going to help you understand the way the world of business works, and this is so important. There are a lot of things that play a role in helping your company progress, and you have to think hard about what this entails. Preparing... [Read more of this review]


Democrats Don’t Care About the “Right Thing”. Democrats Don’t Care About the “Right Thing”.

(Akiit.com) The constitutionally imaginary “right to be believed” is the latest law-and-order scam Democrats and the DMIC – the Democrat Media Industrial Complex – seek to beat us over our heads with. Notorious RTBB was introduced in January 2016 by presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, she of “It Takes a Village” fame. Clinton stated on her campaign site that every survivor of sexual... [Read more of this review]


President Donald Trump Must Rescue The Republican Party. President Donald Trump Must Rescue The Republican Party.

(Akiit.com) Even at this late hour, President Donald Trump can save the Republican Congress in November – if they want to be saved. To understand how, we need to rewind back to this time last year. That’s when Trump made one of the few policy mistakes of his young presidency by failing to veto the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill. One of the Republican Congress’ biggest mistakes was sending... [Read more of this review]


Politics, Politics At Warp Speed. Politics, Politics At Warp Speed.

(Akiit.com) As Election Day gets closer, the speed of politics increases exponentially. With a little over a month to go, it is warp speed ahead. Let’s just review the last week: In a New York Times article titled “The Plot to Subvert an Election,” by Scott Shane and Mark Mazzetti, the authors acknowledged: “Mr. Trump’s frustration with the Russian investigation is not... [Read more of this review]


President Donald Trump Stands Up For America To The World. President Donald Trump Stands Up For America To The World.

(Akiit.com) On Tuesday the President of the United States stood before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City and made a bold and unequivocal statement for American values and ideals. Speaking to the gathered crowd of the representatives of hundreds of nations, President Trump spoke of the extraordinary progress we are making in our country on the economic, technological, military, and... [Read more of this review]


When a Father, Is a Father… When a Father, Is a Father…

(Akiit.com) Seeing one’s son, not as the next generational offspring, but rather as “competition” sets the stage for a toxic relationship. Because fathers are supposed to discipline and guide their sons, it is incumbent upon fathers to be able to exemplify self-discipline and leadership. When fathers are undisciplined or scatterbrained, this causes their sons to see they can choose to emulate... [Read more of this review]


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