The Heinous Crime of “Blackface” Is anyone besides this writer tired of the Media/Left dictating what is moral and immoral to the rest of the country? Since most among their ranks seem to have rejected the Ten Commandments (note the recent attempt of at least one newly-minted Democratic Committee Chairmen to remove “so help you […]
About T. M. Ballantyne
T.m. Ballantyne, Jr. was born and raised in Houston, Texas at mid-century (1950). After graduating from Bellaire High School, he enrolled in the school of Architecture, of the University of Texas, at Austin. He then served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After returning home, he met and married his sweetheart, Jan Hunsaker, and ultimately graduated from the University of Houston, College of Architecture, in 1977 – receiving his Architectural license a few years later. The couple eventually became the parents of eight children, whom they raised in the Nashville, TN area, subsequently moving to Chandler (Phoenix), AZ in 2003. Tom released his first book (three short books), The Secret of Life Series, in 2009; followed by Uncommon Sense…Apparently! in 2011, and Oh Really, O’Reilly! – Parts I and II, in 2012. He released Trump vs. The Political/Media Establishment in April of 2016. Tom’s political writing and commentary center in the Declaration and Constitution, as well as the history surrounding their writing, as well as the birth of the nation. His style is considered political satire, incorporating a degree of wit with a dose of not-so-delicate disdain for faux “Conservatives” – ever-so-careful not to color outside the lines of political orthodoxy. He is a registered Independent, and holds the self-serving political/media establishment and its professed “leaders” in the highest contempt…and lowest regard, with little due respect!
Entries by T. M. Ballantyne
When I read the following recently I was struck by the parallel between the Democrats and the Media of our day, and the Pharisees and the Herodians of Christ’s day: 1 And he [Christ] entered again into the synagogue; and there was a man there which had a withered hand. 2 And they watched him, whether […]
From time to time we all read a piece that we unanimously agree is brilliant. The article entitled “The Angry Man,” by John Krawczyk, published at The American Thinker, on October 28, 2016, is just such a piece. As a writer who believes in his own abilities – meager though they may be – I […]
When Wild Bill’s Hillary was pressed, on her conflicting story about what incited the attack on our embassy – or (not-so) ‘safe’ house – in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the murder of four U.S. citizens, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, on the night of September 11, 2012, her response would soon become a part of the American Political Lexicon, denoting […]
I had planned to do a piece on why I (and countless other staunch Conservatives) support Donald Trump, but then I heard Heidi Cruz talk about her husband, saying, “Ted is an immigrant. He is Hispanic.” and I had to weigh in. Hearing her tout this immediately brought to mind Michelle Obama’s betrayal of her […]