Man has since the beginning of time been led by simple ideas that speak volumes. Ideas that are often associated with symbols and images. Christ on the cross being the most potent symbol of all time and certainly for the West. Likewise those who would lead have used simple ideas that become memories to control… Continue reading A Quick Thought: On Kyle
I think I wrote the following column for my local paper, the Paris Post Intelligencer, about eight years ago. I think it remains relevant so am re-posting here on my blog. I have only made a few small edits. I do not know the current state of the Boy Scouts of America except that I… Continue reading Hope Against an Endless Revolution: What happened to the Boy Scouts of America?
We in the South have forgotten just how hateful and vicious pre-war Abolitionists were in their attacks on Southerners and the ancient practice of slavery. In a short period of time these descendants of the New England Puritans had decided that slavery was an evil, and being Yankees (New Englanders), everyone else had to immediately… Continue reading You’re depraved. I’m just kinky.
Which of the women in the picture above would you want to bear and raise your children if you had to choose based solely on what you see? Ok, a gun is pointed at your head. Pick or you never conceive again. Assuming that all four are marriageable and well within their childbearing years, who… Continue reading The Bimbo, The Bitch, the Butch
Imagine that you are among those who possess true power within the power structures of the U.S. Naturally your power rests upon the way things are, upon the power structure that has been built over time. That means that in one form or another your power rests upon the federal government and/or the United States’ network… Continue reading An Enemy That Cannot Be Defeated Is Mighty Handy
By 1860 our country was so hopelessly divided that it broke up, and only by force was it kept unified. While the North and South had profound political, economic, and moral differences, institutional slavery being paramount, the two halves had a great deal in common, so much so that after the bloodletting and rage subsided,… Continue reading Federalism and the City State, or a New Civil War
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