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Once again, I find myself up against the limitations of communicating in English. It’s not the language itself, but all the demented intellectual baggage that comes with it. Bear with me. When we are encouraged to stop an think for … Continue reading →
Teaser… We are the shepherd society. We operate on biblical feudal justice. You are your brother’s keeper, but be aware of who your brother is and in what sense. In fundamental moral terms, you cannot call a brother someone who … Continue reading →
Teaser… The ultimate failure of the left was the insistence that everything about humans is mere conditioning; it’s all cultural artifact. So the solution to every moral evil is a matter of hammering on the culture until it changes. In … Continue reading →
Teaser… The Internet connects humans across the world like nothing before. At the same time, it inserts itself as an alternate reality between everyone. People haven’t changed and the communication does enable us to recognize each other as real people, … Continue reading →
Teaser… We can already see the bleeding of profits from major entertainment and broadcast corporations. Part of that is simply the turnover in technology, and how the new is embraced by the newer generations of consumers. Print is nearly dead, … Continue reading →
Teaser… The impending failure of the credit system will hit without warning. That is, the folks who are in control of this are doing their best to protect their own assets. They won’t shed a tear for you and I. … Continue reading →
This is mostly prophetic, so it fits in the pulpit, but it uses a real-world approach… The Social Sciences are the study of human nature. It includes things like history, archeology, geography, sociology, government and political theory, psychology and so … Continue reading →