There are three great crimes in the South: murder, being rude, and putting yourself forward. The first will get you hung, the latter two will leave you ostracised and friendless. I haven't murdered anyone yet and I am as friendly as can be. I am however going to violate the third by daring to put… Continue reading What Look Away is All About…
If the lifespan of man is upwards of eighty years, then my question is, has there been an eighty-year-old man anywhere on the planet during the last 500 years who did not live through momentous changes or a momentous event? Eighty-year-olds today certainly have. Every morning across the country, 80-year-olds and their young 60-year-old friends… Continue reading Old People, Young People, Waging War Together
Let's imagine that in a galaxy far, far away there exists an advanced and inquisitive race of aliens who discover Earth and then send an exploratory expedition to take a closer look and report back on their findings. Arriving safely in our universe they station themselves as near to Earth as they need to be… Continue reading On Human Nature, or What To Do If You’re Pimp-Slapped
Every people that has ever come to America has, for better or for worse, contributed to the collective frame of mind that is American culture in proportion to their numbers and/or the power of their ideas and their commitment to them. There are no exceptions—not Cavaliers, Puritans, Quakers, Huguenots, Germans, Irish, Poles, Jews, Mexicans, or Chechens. … Continue reading Immigration
Of all the madness, stupidity, and outrageous hypocrisy that we were subjected to in 2020, surely the idea of defunding the police would get at least the silver medal. I'm afraid that I would have to give the notion that we are still a racist nation the gold. But what is the real reasoning behind… Continue reading Defund the Humanities, not the Police
It should go without saying that there are two sides to every story, and I contend that if you do not know both, you should not have an opinion, or at least not offer it, and certainly not with a sword drawn. That is, if you are seeking the advancement of the truth or at… Continue reading There are two sides to every story, Conservative! You need the South.
Several years ago I spent a few days in Miami Beach, Florida, and came away with the impression that it is the tattoo capital of the world, or at least one of its principle pilgrimages. An abundance of tattoo shops and more body art than the Louvre or Auschwitz could contain. I even saw a man who… Continue reading Tattoos
All peoples produce a Comman Man. He is the archetype of his people and it is his nature to have a limited view of things. For the Common Man things have always been and will always be as he has ever known them. This is neither bad nor good, nor a life sentence. The Common… Continue reading If the Common Man allows himself to be ruined, we are doomed.
If you are trusted, or possess moral authority, then with your words you can move the needle. 'Mark, can I borrow $100?' 'Because of your past conduct I have come to trust you, so yes, you may.' 'Mark, you need to reconsider your actions.' 'Because you have earned my respect, I will.' This simple idea… Continue reading The Left has squandered what moral authority it had and destroyed what common ground remained.
A hatred of white people is a main plank of the modern American Left. That most Leftists in this country are white is ironic for sure. But one thing is certain-- white people are to blame for everything the Left hates, and that's a long list. But what if you could eliminate everything those of… Continue reading Hey Conservative! Quit throwing the South under the bus!
I want to admire and respect men like Tennessee Governor Lee and up and comers like Representative Dan Crenshaw (R., Texas). I probably want to love Ted Cruz. Tough as nails and sharp as a tack. But alas I cannot because these good Republicans and conservatives are allied with the Left in its determination to define the… Continue reading Hey, hey, ho, ho, Genghis Khan has got to go!