Category Archives: Politics

The American Left’s Support For Totalitarianism

The political left has a proud record on some issues. Its main claim to fame is the unionization of the working class, a hard fought battle which was, in many cases, necessary. It has a reputation of championing the cause … Continue reading

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Eurocentrism, or How Europe Saved Humanity

With the rise of political correctness, and the notions that diversity means that all cultures are the same, and should be respected as equals came the idea that too much focus on one’s own culture showed an excess of pride; … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin, the Anti-Feminist Feminist

Sarah Palin makes me sick. I hate that she was able to steal Barack Obama’s mojo just by showing up wearing rimless glasses and a skirt. I hate that she makes Joe Biden look like John McCain and John McCain … Continue reading

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Let’s Not Bomb Iran

The war in Iraq seems to be winding down. One way or another, we shall probably be withdrawing troops from Iraq beginning next year. One can put any political spin on this one wishes; it is certainly likely that the … Continue reading

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To Vote or Not To Vote; Saving Western Civilization On A Shoestring

I have talked to many Conservatives who feel betrayed by the current administration. Many people, I included, voted for the President with hesitation…and now feel betrayed by a President who they feel betrayed many of the principles on which he … Continue reading

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Democrats and Surrender

There is a great scene in the 1963 movie “Zulu,” one of my favorite movies. In this movie, A British regiment of 140 men is surrounded by 4000 Zulu warriors, who want to destroy this last remnant of British rule … Continue reading

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Hubris

I wanted to start this by writing why I love America, and what it is about the nation that gives me hope that we can persevere in this time of war. This turned into a more difficult exercise than I … Continue reading

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