Promiscuity and Profanity, a Commentary of Modern LGBTQIA

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Mark Twain was apparently a notorious swearer. Since he didn’t use such language in his writings (wasn’t permitted in his day) we have no real idea what his profanity might have sounded like. But...

What Lie Do You Have to tell Yourselves? A Letter to #NeverTrumpers

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I've always believed that a sizeable element of younger American conservatism in 2015 saw Donald Trump as that garish builder, Al Czervik, (Rodney Dangerfield) who bought a membership at a swank Los Angeles country...

Berkeley, 1964, Why it Matters Today

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The first campus takeover that began that trend began on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley, more often referred to as simply "Berkeley". If you have any personal memory of that campus...

Was Jonah Goldberg a Better Thinker 10 Years Ago Than he is Today?

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There was a great line spoken by Lee Marvin in "The Professionals" (1966): "Some women have the ability to turn boys into men, while other women have the ability to turn some other men into boys". Note...

Why Sol Alinsky Knew How Things Work, and Why We Don’t Seem to Anymore

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  This is a "How Should Things Work?" exercise built upon the body of evidence of How Things Work in reality. Saul Alinksky had to know "how things worked in America" in 1971 before he could...

Judging Beauty, Goodness and Virtue

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"If you judge Beauty or Goodness or Virtue solely based on what you see in the mirror you will likely die a painful death...whether old or young. Just ask Kurt Cobain" from St George Frederick, an old friend returned.