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…

Transgenderism: Bellum Contra Rationem et Naturam

It certainly seems that there is a significant rise in deviant behaviors in America today. Again, as I have said many times, I do not use the term “deviant” as a pejorative, it is a term with a distinct, clinical meaning – according to Webster, it means “deviating (to do something that is different or to…

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…

Europe’s “Migrant” Problem

The “migrant” situation in Europe is both dismaying and interesting to watch. Germany in particular because of its largely industrialized base, its carefully ordered society (the Germans love precision), its societal non-aggression pact with other cultures due to the shame of the Holocaust and its almost pathological need to avoid external conflicts as a result…