Those of us who were teenagers and young adults during the Eighties have been described as shallow, narcissistic, and youth-obsessed. All of this is true. As a member of the Baby Boomer-Generation X crowd, I can see how such criticism is warranted. I’m in my forties now, and in the midst of my mid-life crisis. I look back on a life of shallow endeavors, the | Read More »
No Utopias for Me, I’m an American!
I am an American; a birthright I am very proud to declare at every opportunity. As an American, I want to be free to live in the random world God has created for us. I don’t want it to be free of chaos or danger or injury or failure. That’s what makes the world what it is. And, I’m accepting of that frenetic state of | Read More »
, Free Will
, human nature
In Search of Bob Basso
For months I have been Twittering, asking what had happened to Mr. Bob Basso (of Thomas Paine, Common Sense videos). No one knew anything about what supposedly transpired in April of 2009, when he was purportedly summoned to the White House by President Obama; to discuss “the disturbing nature of the videos.” Well, I e-mailed Mr. Basso last night and asked if he would clarify | Read More »
If I Were King of the Foreeeest!
Does running a country with over 300 million citizens really need to be so complicated? It seems to me that if every capable adult was responsible for his or herself, and if every community was responsible for itself, and if every city were responsible for its citizens, then every state in our union should have no difficulty running its affairs. In such a case, running | Read More »
Rules for Radicalized Conservatives
In response to Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, I came up with twelve rules I think we should all adhere to in order to actively fight the liberal-socialist scum who are attempting to take control of every aspect of our lives: Rules for Cons #1: Be informed and use irrefutable facts. Understand that liberals employ false logic (anti-American arguments are the only good arguments, while pro-American | Read More »