I never trusted Vice President Pence. His cowardice is the ugly outcome of a long and storied tradition of surrender artistry. He should have been a man, choose the side of truth and virtue and tossed out all of the electors from the cheating states. Pence’s desire to do the right thing was not asContinue reading “Pence Fails, Real Americans Step Up”
I spent the afternoon reading the book Ressentiment (1912) by German Phenomenologist Max Scheler. Ressentiment is a satisfying and gracefully written rejection of Nietzsche’s thesis that Christianity was invented as a defense mechanism by runts to lessen the pain of their inborn inferiority and scapegoat their natural superiors as evil. Scheler convincingly makes the case that Nietzsche profoundly misjudgesContinue reading “Comments On Max Scheler’s Ressentiment”
Karl Marx was an incompetent manager of his own money and a frequenter of his local pawn shop. At one point, he was the only person able to leave his house, because he owned the family’s last pair of pants. Marx wrote about finance and industry his whole life, but he had practically no contactContinue reading “Interesting Facts About Karl Marx”
To receive my concealed carry license in Illinois, I had to take 16 hours of classroom training. During class, the students debated whether it was morally justified to shoot a burglar in the back as he made off through your front door with your valuable property. Of course, the demonic school marms of the groupContinue reading “It’s Not About The TV”
Social justice warriors are the slip and fall lawsuit parasites of academia and the arts.
Have you noticed that progressivism attracts the petty? Seemingly, leftists spend time thinking about social reform, systemic discrimination and how to use science and technology to improve the human condition. With such heady concerns and sensitivity to the suffering of others, one would expect leftists to be individuals of great maturity and depth of character.Continue reading “Left-Liberals Don’t Have Much Depth”
The size of the occupation is shrinking, but a couple hundred freedom fighters are resisting attempts by the city to return to normalcy. It makes sense. Bed bugs and termites never go away on their own. Several hundred demonstrators are staying in an autonomous area claimed by protesters for racial justice in Seattle, even asContinue reading “CHAZ Pests Won’t Leave”