The unjust often disguises injustice as justice
Several articles regarding the “confrontation” between Sarah Huckabee-Sanders and the staff at the Red Hen made their way into the news this past week, the writers of which seem to have grave concerns over our health and the direction our morals are heading, writing; “Now, in a free country, business owners should be able to decide whom […]Read more "Red Herrings, Red Hens and Moral Equivalence"
Hot, humid, Oklahoma air slows the cottonwood seeds mid descent, their fall hindered until they very nearly hover in place. Lazily drifting past me, hundreds of white gossamer umbrellas tumble lazily to the ground like a mid-summer snow flurry. Sitting on exposed roots of a blackjack oak poking out from under the rust-red clay […]Read more "The Rail Monster Within Us All"
Buffoon in Chief, Donkey Hotey (image courtesy United Steel Workers) seeing a rising tide of imports as a threat to the domestic metals industry Washington Post Via Wilbur Ross, yet another ventriloquist dummy pursuing power and security at our expense, we’re forced to endure one more whiff of the unbearable stench being emitted in a perpetual zephyr […]Read more "Protectionism, or Personal Gain; Motives Behind Trump’s Tariff Binge?"
Culture; commonly defined as customary beliefs, social forms and norms, material traits of a racial, religious, or social group, foods, and laws shared by people in a place or time. All humans, whomever and wherever we are, tend to establish these defining characteristics as an extension of who we are by assuming our cultural […]Read more "The Fossil Fuels of the Future"
Let’s make one thing very clear from the start; this is my blog, so the opinions within are, without question, correct and accurate. It is abundantly clear to all that my insight into the topic is thorough, precise and unquestionably accurate and there’s not a damned thing you can do about it. You cannot […]Read more "THIS IS MY STORY & I’M STICKING TO IT"
I have a couple very good and very important books going right now, books I think every U.S. citizen should read as soon as they can possibly get their hands on a copy, or e-copy; “Hitler: 1889-1936 Hubris, by Ian Kershaw and On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century, by Timothy Snyder. Hitler is […]Read more "The Day the Dog Pulled the Curtain on the Fraud"