Throughout America’s history, certain principles associated with the Age of Enlightenment acted as a damper on mankind’s often irresponsible nature. Until recently, an adherence to fact-based principles or self-evident truths was such a part of our national spirit that John Adams could confidently declare, “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our … [Read more...] about Romancing the Enlightenment: An American Performance in the Theater of the Absurd￼
Using Critical Mass and Political Fission to Split the National Nucleus
Mary Schafer was a perceptive and kind-hearted woman, who loved teaching first grade at Wynnewood Oklahoma’s Central Grade School. As an experienced educator, she knew that each new class would be filled with apprehensive children, which, in our case, consisted of thirty-eight six year olds who had just exchanged their familiar surroundings, freedom, and childhood playmates, … [Read more...] about Using Critical Mass and Political Fission to Split the National Nucleus
With Malice Toward All, With Charity For None: The Democrat’s Crusade Against America
“THESE are the times that try men’s souls.” With these immortal words, Thomas Paine began publication of The American Crisis in December 1776. Although his statement left an indelible mark on the nation’s conscience, the lines that followed are even more meaningful, given the moral and political morass in which we now live. The summer soldier and the … [Read more...] about With Malice Toward All, With Charity For None: The Democrat’s Crusade Against America
The Bottom is out of the Tub. What Then Can We Do?
JL Johnson, March 15, 2021 At 10:33 a.m. on Tuesday, February 9th, a band of pedestrian road agents hand-delivered their latest impeachment ultimatum to the Senate. (They wanted it to arrive at high noon, but since the fate of the Western world was hanging in the balance, they rushed it over.) Even though the miscreants all wore masks, they were quickly identified as members … [Read more...] about The Bottom is out of the Tub. What Then Can We Do?