Thursday, December 29, 2011



I can't wait to see some African American Studies professor squirm in his chair as he tries to explain away racist data.


I have been thinking about this subject off and on recently.

After all, your parents have a lifetime of relationship experience to provide, is there anything wrong with having them set you up for success?

I am not convinced one way or another yet. However, today, the argument is met with basically "but, Freedoms" as a counterpoint, or, at best, arguments that are essentially contingent on society being as degenerate and dysfunctional as it is today.


Friday, December 16, 2011

Wednesday, December 7, 2011


We've long since passed the hump of real progress, and now we can only hope to decline fast enough that the remains might be salvaged expeditiously, and within our lifetimes.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011


An excellent post illustrating the truth of modern American-style bureauarchy.

Do you think that if all American elected officials evaporated right now, that the American government would cease to exist?


They just wish they were using guns, instead.

Seriously, who ever heard of a martyr being made via pepper spray?

Friday, December 2, 2011


I highly recommend this book, which examines the now long-forgotten origins of the America Rebellion. If you do not laugh aloud at least once while reading it, you're a dirty whig and should be strung up.

The books reads smoothly, as he continuously paints the picture of how the Founders saw the world. Inside, you will learn that the Founders read the ancient classics in the same way that hipsters read The Great Gatsby. You will learn that the First Amendment was developed to thwart the evils of papistry, and that the ideas of the revolution were in place a sevendecade prior to the first shots.

If, by reading Origins, your opinion of the Founders does not go from amused contempt to outright rage, then you probably didn't hold them in contempt in the first place.