Anterograde Amnesia: The Memento Democrats

In the 2000 film “Memento”, Director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception) introduced movie audiences to Leonard Shelby, a former insurance investigator with anterograde amnesia resulting from an injury sustained that was associated with the murder of his wife. Anterograde amnesia is a loss of the ability to create new memories after the event…

No [Red]Skin in the Game

This past week the Washington Post noted that 9 out of 10 Native Americans either thought the name of the DC football team, the Redskins, was not offensive or simply had no opinion either way…that is to say that they just didn’t care. Yet the left, including sports commentatwit, Bob Costas, continue to tell them…

How does Humanism Work?

UNDERSTANDING HUMANISM: Humanism is Founded on the Notions of Factual and Moral Relativism NOTE: this is a long post, but it connects many dots.  Please consider reading it all the way through.  It may help you see the bigger picture but, more importantly to me, it may help you provide me with additional pieces tot hat…

IMHO: One of My Best, Please Read it — ALL of it

AGENDAS: The Fascist Takeover of the Internet Let me ask you a question.  How often have you heard the term ‘fascist’ being used to attack someone?  In our society, this is a very powerful attack.  In many ways, it is akin to being called a racist or a ‘homophobe.’  This term is not the property of…

CONNECTING THE DOTS: How the Gruber Story Pulls Back the Curtain, Part I: the ‘Big Picture’

CONNECTING THE DOTS: How the Gruber Story Pulls Back the Curtain, Part I: the ‘Big Picture’ The Gruber story is more important than anyone I listen to seems to realize.  It literally pulls back the curtain to the ‘big picture’ I have been trying to help people see and understand.  Not even Beck seems to understand…