The trail behind me is littered with failure. We’ll see about the trail before me.
Category Archives: Politics
Rebellious Conformity: yes, I thought that one up myself. The paradox nests rather nicely with respect to current events. Members of the most pampered, protected demographic in the history of the world gathered in Washington, D.C. last weekend to complain about… … Continue reading
Everyone’s going to be out of a job, and it’s going to be great. Ok, no one’s really going to be out of a job, but a lot of people are going to be changing jobs in the decades to … Continue reading
Islam requires reformation. This needs to be said, therefore let’s stop dancing around the issue. To my knowledge Hindus, Taoists, and Buddhists generally don’t strap on bombs, and they don’t seek out soft targets in the Western World. One could make a … Continue reading
Marriage, as we know it is all but gone. And it’s our fault. People will still get “married,” of course. Couples will hold a ceremonies in front of friends and family pledging to build a life together. For a little while … Continue reading
Neither of you said you would leave me alone. Why is that so hard? We’re already handing over 60% of our labor to support the leviathan of government on the Federal, State, and Local level. Apparently that’s not enough.
For the briefest of times we were unified. We knew who the enemy was. We had clear vision and purpose. We understood that evil had a face, an ideology, and the means to harm us. Remember the victims. Remember the … Continue reading
Sequestration is coming. No, I’m not referring that pointless debate which took place in the Fall of 2013. I’m certainly not referring to those occasional budget debates which play out from time to time. You know, the debates where Republicans … Continue reading
An Afghan Conversation “Sir, can you do without me today? My family is headed to the Panshir Valley today and I have to stay and watch the house.” While not the first time that Majeed (not his real name) begged … Continue reading
I just have one request. One. And this goes for everyone at every level of the food chain. This is for everyone one on the school board, the town counsel, my state assemblyman, my congressman, senator, and everyone in the … Continue reading