Help for the History Impaired: The Undemocrat Party

Help for the History Impaired: The Undemocrat Party

Democracy is not very democratic. And the Democrat Party even less so. Democracy, at its root, is mob rule. The history of politics tells one story, endless repeated in endless variations on the theme: politics is an endless struggle between … More »

Real and Delusional America

Real and Delusional America

When deciding which candidate for the Presidential nomination to support, one should take a step back, look at the larger picture of where we stand in the tragic debacle called history, and take both the long-term strategic goals into account … More »

Shockproofing Society (Part I)

Shockproofing Society (Part I)

We live in a time of utter corruption of the thought process. Ours is the Age of Willful Blindness. It is so bad that perfectly obvious looming threats are routinely ignored, whereas non-issues like Global Frauding occupy the full attention … More »

The End of Unreason

The End of Unreason

I propose a New Year’s Resolution, not for myself, but for the world. Let us, all together, make 2016 the Year of Reason, when logic came back from its long exile in human affairs and was restored to its proper … More »

When Altruism Becomes Pathological

When Altruism Becomes Pathological

Who is more likely to cheat — those who play individual sports or those who play team sports? A fascinating experiment by Professor Sharon K. Stoll and reported in the Chronicle of Higher Education compared athletes in individual sports such … More »

Help for the History Impaired: Bethlehem

Help for the History Impaired: Bethlehem

Bethlehem, whose name means “House of Bread,” is located six miles southwest of Jerusalem. It is an opportune time of year to reflect on its history and what meaning this may imply for the future. The first mention of the … More »

Calling a Deer a Horse

Calling a Deer a Horse

The Federalist has an article stating that for the Left, their God is Caesar, that is to say, the State, that is to say, themselves. After a disaster or lost battle, the Jews of old said it was it is … More »

Atheism Causes Brain Damage

Atheism Causes Brain Damage

There are two kinds of atheist: a rational atheist, whose disbelief in God is grounded on some rational reason he can articulate, and an irrational atheist, who hates a God in which he allegedly does not believe, grounded on various … More »