Commentary | Tweets Have Consequences

June 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

"It has been a roller coaster couple of days and, believe it or not, the sum total of what we're seeing is little more then a "he said, she said" merry-go-around with multiple sides seeking to force-shove facts into their chosen narratives and few people taking a step back to try and ascertain reality. So, let's take a look at what we know." [...]

Analysis and Review | The Face of the Third Reich

May 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

"The Face of the Third Reich offers readers an exceptional look into the mentalities of those responsible for one of the most dreadful sequences in the history of mankind. By presenting the psychological viewpoints of the Nazi leadership we are presented boldly, and surprisingly, with the weaknesses of the human race. Honest readers will often find their own base tendencies within the pages." [...]

Essay | Hedge In The Margins

May 19, 2017 // 0 Comments

"We have entered an era of populism allowed to run free of the constraints of natural law. Both political parties have migrated their values to the margins, and abandoned the sphere of traditional American political philosophy." [...]

Analysis and Review: Winston Churchill: a life

May 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

"Through Keegan’s eyes, it can be seen that all heroes are tragic men who struggle with their own weaknesses and flaws, and yet through sheer perseverance produce results that stand as a monument, not to the man as a whole, but to that which was good within his divided nature. " [...]

Essay: The Great Lie of Populism

May 3, 2017 // 1 Comment

"Too often, populism makes grand assumptions from weak consensus, claims decisive majority from vague plurality, and speaks of voicing the will of the people while being mostly preoccupied with silencing dissent. " [...]

Commentary: Happy Loyalty Day! 

May 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

"Loyalty Day is a day where we all pledge allegiance to the American values which should transcend partisan rhetoric. It is a day where we can come together in patriotic solidarity, recognizing the heritage of freedom and liberty we have inherited thanks to the sacrifices of those who came before us." [...]

Analysis and Review: Founding Faith

April 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

"Of these several rights, no higher importance was placed than on the freedom of conscience and religious liberty. On this precept they were almost all in favor, though their definition of religious liberty and their reasons for supporting it vary greatly. " [...]

Commentary: What Matters to #BlackLivesMatter?

April 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

"If Police Departments were actually being operated with the level of institutional racism and brutality which the movement claims, then the data would show retaliatory police action leading to more black lives killed then police lives taken...but it is the complete opposite that is true." [...]

Commentary: Settled Science?

April 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

"Settled science is not true science because it thwarts the very nature of honest and aggressive scientific inquiry. Settled science turns the scientific method on its head, dictating a conclusion and searching data to support what has been concluded, viewing an alternative hypothesis as scientific blasphemy. Settled science is not science at all, but a quasi-scientific dogma (and speculative science is nothing but far-reaching alarmist conclusions built upon quasi-scientific dogmas)." [...]

Essay: Is the Alt-Right Real?

April 25, 2017 // 1 Comment

"Moving forward, conservatives must learn to recognize the differences between being conservative and being reactionary, between patriotism and nationalism, and between individual liberty and collective protectionism. The alt-right is not who the conservative movement truly is." [...]

Commentary: Obama’s Fallen Legacy

April 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

"...the root of our American Crisis is a veritable perfect storm of misunderstandings and reactionary actions, and while no single man can be held fully responsible for the fallen hopes of our country, the legacy that Barack Obama inherited as the first African-American President has been placed in a very precarious situation. How else will history judge a man given the unique opportunity to unite and heal, who after eight years leaves the country more ethnically tumultuous then when he took the mantle of leadership?" [...]

Commentary: Clean Repeal

April 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

"If millions are at risk of losing their health insurance, it is only because they were lured into an uncertain condition of oppressive government dependence by those unwilling to make the necessary changes to preserve a free market model." [...]

Commentary: The Last Pinhead

April 21, 2017 // 1 Comment

"...perhaps the most outrageous realization we can come to is one where we recognize the pundit class has bastardized the conservative movement into a for profit scheme, rousing our passions in political concerns for monetary gain and the acquisition of popular power. They not only incessantly speak at us, but claim to speak for us." [...]