Author Archives: Poster

The Hysterics of Gun Control

Another tragedy produces more demands for laws, yet laws did not fail to stop the tragedy in the first place. Through tears, people demand that the innocent bear a heavier load because of the sins of the guilty. None of … Continue reading

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Most Cannot Comprehend

More and more I see that the world is descending into barbarism, and that civilization has done a terrible job at elevating those whom, in harsher times, could only exist as slaves. For those who choose poorly again and again, … Continue reading

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The Creeping Cold Love

It is a disappointment to me to find most of my church relationships not especially warm. I find that most people are content to live in their tight-knit circle of acquaintances or family members, and so there is no felt … Continue reading

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The Sordid Lives of Spooks

After reading the emails and texts between Strzok and Page, I feel like I have to go somewhere pure and cleanse my mind. The sordid lives of spooks — not anything film noir-ish, but something morally repulsive — the unelected … Continue reading

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The Childish Tyranny of Emotionalism

This article is typical of the uncontrolled lives who eschew personal responsibility for their emotions. Throughout this sob piece, the author never takes into account her own responsibility for her emotions. As a result, she is heartbroken; she is this; … Continue reading

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GOP Rope-a-Dope Starring Adam Schiff

This is funny. Schiff is complaining about the memo (a legally released thing), while he is suspected of illegally leaking information. The leaks about Mueller’s probe have to come from somewhere. If it’s Schiff why is he calling attention to … Continue reading

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The Unseriousness of Politics

One crucial thing has been lost in the modern era of politics, and that is a sense of seriousness. When did politics become more about optics than about substance? I think it began with Bill Clinton; Bush “W” brought some … Continue reading

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Moderation Earns You a Target: David Brooks and the Matter of Life

This is interesting. In arguing for moderation on the stance of child murder, David Brooks stirs up a hornet’s nest of leftist Twitter responses, which include one senator. It is interesting the responses border from personal hate to censorship. No … Continue reading

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Variation Leads to Isolation

The smarter people are, the more different they are from each other. This is not just a numerical difference, but also a divergence. That is, two people of IQ 100 are more likely to have more in common than those … Continue reading

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The Forerunner

Where did Trump get the idea that constantly lacerating your enemies and not really DOING anything would be a great way to govern? Dial back the years for minute. Remember when Obama was in office, and the Republicans controlled the … Continue reading

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