Featured image by Matt Popovich. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. HR 1 to federalize elections and strip away election security measures, HR 127 to create a federal gun registry and criminalize many legal guns in the country, executive orders to create national red flag laws, talk of removing the filibuster, and […]Read More Well I guess that they’re just going to go for it…
Featured image from Know Your Meme. Follow for more satire and memes. I hope that the neo-leftists see the damage they are causing in their pursuits of utopia. The policy positions that they are pushing simultaneously both breathtaking and quite infuriating. For those who have been living under the proverbial rock, let’s recap, shall we? […]Read More Do they see it yet?
Everything is political. Everything is infected with politics. And the kind of politics that we are facing today is one that effectively takes us backwards. And it seems more and more that there is no escape from it. Sports are a good example. I love watching football. But the NFL became so politicized with the […]Read More Burnout
Featured image from Know Your Meme. Follow the link for more memes. What’s the point of getting mad at how the world is working? Cigna has implemented critical race theory training, and is encouraging employees to not hire people based on the color of their skin. Coca-Cola is implementing anti-racism training and mandating racial quotas […]Read More I could laugh, cry, or scream. I choose to laugh.
I’m getting fed up with the concept of modern living. The idea that we need all of this technology, these modern things, and that without them, life is just not worth living, is becoming more and more alien to me. The things that I enjoy in life are starting to become more and more tech-absent. […]Read More The cost of modern living…
There is a notion in our society, and particularly among the neo-leftists, that conflates the terms “progress” and “improvement.” Progress is inevitable. Time passes, things change, people grow older, what is “it” changes, to quote Abe Simpson. But the idea that the changes are inherently good, or rather, that the change is an assumed improvement […]Read More The conflation of progress with improvement
Featured image by Derek Σωκράτης Finch. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. Quick aside before I begin my rant. The featured image title is “Their sole intent is to impress.” Not that it matters much, but in the words of Marge Simpson, One of the things that I am noticing with the […]Read More Why we must not abandon intent.
Institutions such as government, religion, schools, companies, and families depend upon the belief that those institutions impact your life. This power derives from the buy-in that the people engaging in the institution give it. The more people that buy in, the more power that institution has. And people buy in either voluntarily, or involuntarily. Institutions […]Read More Power comes from belief…
Featured image by Eleanor Jaekel. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. The 2020’s are wild, man. Twain was credited with saying, We’ve experienced a global pandemic (that’s still… ongoing…), several financial crises, and the return of secret parties (speakeasies). The government is becoming both more incompetent, and less concerned with the lives […]Read More The New Prohibition
Featured image by Pierre Blaché. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. Brian Sicknick was reported to have died from injuries during the capital riot by the New York Times. Now, almost a month later, the Times has issued a correction. Twice, they reported that he was struck in the head with a […]Read More I shouldn’t be surprised