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To the Millenials

I have talked with millennials and to those who have worked with them and how their general worldview differs from mine. Some of this is generational. Some of this is simply where they are in their lives (20’s). None of … Continue reading

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Sympathy

If you want sympathy, I have none for you. You should have known. If you want commiseration for the consequences that come from your errors, I have none. You should have known. If you want justification, I will not give … Continue reading

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Let the Dead Bury Their Own Dead

I have never seen so many people discard all of their own thoughts, all of their own ethics and morality, and even surrendered their own faith all for a last, desperate grasp at earthly power. This astonishes me, and I … Continue reading

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The Breathless Fools

The gullible are everywhere. They are an incurious lot that believes whatever said with force or said with a modicum of style, no matter the source. If overnight their enemy were to sing their praises and instantly align to all … Continue reading

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Rage And Discernment

I think the dividing line between voters is between rage and discernment. Some people are so angry that they are going to vote for someone that embodies their rage but will not look beneath the surface. Others might be equally … Continue reading

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