Reposting from April of 2018 By far my most read essays have been criticisms of Donald Trump. I’ve gone on record that I’m not a fan. I believe that the movement that […]
Listen to the people in your world that vigorously disagree with you. Don’t try to change their mind. Don’t argue with them. Not yet. Not until you’ve listened. Just listen and seek […]
I’m not a liberal. I’m not a safe space, social crusader. I’m not a sore loser who can’t get over the fact that Hillary Clinton wasn’t elected president. The notion that I […]
As the exhausted, miserable people on my television reported that Secretary Clinton had conceded the election by phone and our new president elect addressed his constituents for the first time after the […]
Mass conflagration. It’s one of my favorite terms. It’s a kind of training exercise on a naval ship. It simulates a scenario where everything has gone so horribly wrong in combat that […]
I’ll admit it. I’ve been pretty lazy in my criticism of Secretary Clinton. I find her opponent so personally objectionable that I haven’t been able to focus enough of my outrage and […]
So there you have it. The Republican National Convention is underway. The conservative conscience of our country is speaking-at least some part of it. And though it may be easy for those […]
America is waking up to the results of our political discourse, and responding to it the same way that got us here.
This is happening.