Consistent Conservatism

When deciding to support a certain candidate, one should give consideration to how deeply their chosen candidate has thought about issues important to them. There are those, like President Obama, who cannot give a coherent impromptu answer or speech because they 1) have not thought deeply enough about the issue, 2) have nor really formed…

Square Peg, Meet Round Hole

I have friend who was a very successful entrepreneur. For the first 2/3 of his working life, he never worked for anyone in any organization, starting his first company in college and growing it enough to eventually sell it. That business he walked away from after the sale and invested that money in his next…

The Chalkening

There is no doubt that the embarrassing kerfuffle at Emory University over the Trump “chalkening” is truly weapons grade dumbass…maybe even nuclear, DEFCON 1 level – but it is also an example of the tribalism and “virtue signaling” that is all too common in the sophomoric halls of contemporary academia and society at large. “Virtue…

Pandora’s Power

The other morning, I got a little miffed when I ran across the title, Why Women Destroy Nations/Civilizations, and Other Uncomfortable Truths. It was this 18-minute video titled, On Civilisation, Society, and Women. One of the subjects this video touches upon is the work of J.D. Unwin called, Sex and Culture. https://archive.org/details/b20442580 Unwin studied 5,000…

Mistakes Men Make

Last night I was reminded of how much today’s political climate reminds me of the Old Testament, particularly the Hebrews in the time of the prophet Samuel, the last of the Hebrew Judges. Those who will listen shall also hear. Even if you don’t believe, the Bible is an accurate compendium of human frailties and…

This Far and No Further #NoHearingsNoVotes

Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo Conservatives and Senate Republicans have a duty to the future of America to draw a line in the sand, and in a unified voice oppose President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland – or anyone – to fill the vacancy left by the untimely passing of Justice Antonin Scalia. As I’ve said…