Monthly Archives: April 2015

Book Review: Hunger Games

Hunger Games is a three volume coming-of-age tale about a teenager living in a very oppressive society. The game in the title is a sort of gladiatorial fight to the death, a high-tech hybrid of Roman arena and Greek sacrifice … Continue reading

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Blood of Vikings

The US Constitution is old, but it remains the single best expression of the proper relationship between a free people and their designated government ever penned. It contains even the methods by which government can evolve to meet unanticipated needs … Continue reading

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Your Choice: Fold or Call

Men will understand this. Women will not. In conflict there are rules about one can and cannot do. One of these rules is immutable, never changing no matter what or who is involved in the conflict. That rule: either party … Continue reading

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Islam: Enemy of Civilization

The Mohammedans have once again told us who they are. Isn’t it time we listened? This is an Official ISIS film clip, a bit over 11 minutes long. Warning: it shows actual close-ups of war crimes and atrocities. We did … Continue reading

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Polygamy and Sexual Slavery: Normal in Mohammedan Society

Believe it or not, Polygamy is part of the problem. It is a phenomenon closely related to Sexual Slavery in its origins. Polygamy is actually an existential positive if and only if in a warlike society the mortality rates among … Continue reading

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