The trail behind me is littered with failure. We’ll see about the trail before me.
Category Archives: Current Events and Politics
Moore and Franken – How NOT to win. You would have thought by now, having been shown how to win, that the Republicans would have gotten on board. The lessons from the Roy Moore and Al Franken kerfuffle are the … Continue reading
Sutherland Springs: Should Have Been A Typical Sunday. A man walks into a Church. Heeding the Apostle Paul’s call to assemble together. Seeking fellowship, seeking to draw closer to his creator. It’s a typical Sunday in Sutherland Springs, Tx. Or … Continue reading
A Pinch of Gray Matter. Thoughts that just won’t stop. I need to get a better hobby. A communist will tell you that communism has never worked because the right people never tried it. I guess the right people have … Continue reading
Life really is a highway – here’s why. It only takes one. One guy to screw things up. Because life is a highway. Great when it functions as designed. Beyond aggravating when it doesn’t.
First, The President. Donald Trump will continue to do what got him here. Internalize this simple principle, and one need never be puzzled y his behavior again. This explains everything he says and does, and it explains why he inserts … Continue reading
North Korea – Is There A Solution? The Unites States Government continues to deal with North Korea from a Western Paradigm based on the Post World War II model. It’s time to stop. From The Washington Post 9/14/17.
Monuments And Those Who Are Triggered This may surprise some of the people who know me. With respect to monuments, I don’t have a dog in the fight. So here is my take on the confederate monument controversy. The existence … Continue reading
Not Cool. This picture raises more questions than it answers. Are these immigrants or native born Americans? Tourists? Members of the same family? Without further information, all we are left with are presumptions. But presumptions informed by experience. This appears … Continue reading
Healthcare: Time to get serious. The Commissars of the Federal Government are not serious about providing healthcare. They are on the other hand, serious about controlling the health insurance industry. The difference is important and should come as no surprise … Continue reading
Cadet Summer Training, the annual capstone event for the Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) is the largest training event on the U.S. Army’s calendar. This year, over 5,000 Millennials will descend on Fort Knox, straining the logistical limits of the … Continue reading