Monthly Archives: October 2015

Freedom of Religion or Of the People?

I’ve been quiet on Social Conservatism recently while rethinking some points made here over the last few years. I do not want to start another discussion about religion. Stipulate that all religions have fanatics and all fanatics do bad things. … Continue reading

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Update: Bitches, Queens, and Cops

[Ed. Note: see previous article “Bitches, Queens, and Cops”]   It is a little before three PM Wednesday afternoon, the day after I posted my original article on the recent news item where a Richmond County, VA, police officer is … Continue reading

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Bitches, Queens, and Cops

This week in the news a police officer in Richmond County, SC, is probably going to lose his job over a video showing him performing a rougher than expected apprehension of a disruptive female High School student. So far race … Continue reading

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The Law vs. The Principle

All good men live by right principles. The law is merely a tool by which those principles are published to the world. The maxim “Ignorance is no excuse” is the mantra of the tyrant. The maxim “a nation of laws” … Continue reading

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Let’s Start This Revolution!

A seasoned warrior will often open the distance as his first move. If he is closing on you the fight has already been going on longer than you may know. Why is that? The answer is actually very simple. The … Continue reading

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Training For War …

I have trained for war my entire life. I have acquired a skill set uncommon among modern men. I can do great harm very quickly. I can do great good as quickly. I can save lives. I can end lives. … Continue reading

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Rational Men …

If we are not rational men then we are not men at all.

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All Wise Men Fear …

“There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in a storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.” – Patrick Rothfuss

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Wednesday Morning News Overload

So. A semi-famous man wakes up in a different house full of women. A fatuous former wrestler is in danger of losing that famous libel lawsuit on appeal. Somebody is burning churches in Ferguson. And the Donald is still on … Continue reading

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My Value

My value will be determined by God in Heaven at the appropriate time. Meanwhile, I set the price.

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