School-iosis: A Curvature of the American Spine

Posted on Mar 06, 2018

You might begin to suspect that the people disparaging an immediate and aggressive armed response to America’s school shootings are the same people who claimed “War is not the answer” to attacks (on schoolchildren and everyone else) by ISIS.  Especially … Continue reading

Quit Your Whining

Posted on Nov 13, 2016

We, my people, are saloonkeepers, bus drivers and civil servants.  Sometimes we’re rude, crude and pretty loud.  We’re Irish, Jewish, Catholic, Italian, a couple of blacks and an East Indian or something.  I think we have a few Buddhists too, … Continue reading

Daughters of Mengele

Posted on Oct 05, 2016

The thinking that seeks to move America forward from its founding, first principles is called Progressivism.  Progress is measured by the philosophical distance achieved from life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness toward more collectivist, progressive ideals. For instance, early progressivism was articulated in the … Continue reading

Progressives Punked for Social Justice

Posted on Oct 01, 2016

Presumed superior knowledge – a concept so engrained in progressives that Bill Maher summed it up in one irrefutable sentence saying “The Constitution needs a page one re-write.”   His guests nodded along and studio audience, of course – crickets. So stunning in … Continue reading

Black Lies Matter

Posted on Jun 04, 2016

The Black Lives Matter movement along with other stakeholders in modern American racist mythology believe that police departments are systematically targeting young, black men. The truth is, over the past decade, only 4% of black homicide victims were killed by … Continue reading

The Death of Free Speech: The West Veils Itself

Posted on May 07, 2016

The West has capitulated on freedom of expression. Nobody in the West launched the motto “Je Suis Avijit Roy,” the name of the first of the several bloggers butchered, flogged or jailed last year for criticizing Islam. Germany’s Chancellor Angela … Continue reading

Radius Magazine Interview

Posted on Jan 14, 2016

                                                   

Legendary Director Stanley Kubrick at the Copa

Posted on Dec 22, 2015

Before Stanley Kubrick was a film director (Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining) he was a teenager in New York. In 1945, at the tender age of 16, Kubrick sold Look magazine a photograph … Continue reading

Instant Climate Change Stress Relief

Posted on Dec 08, 2015

Whether you know it or not, whether you feel it or not, you are under constant stress from the threat of global annihilation by climate change.  If you manage to forget for a moment that we, the developed countries, have signed … Continue reading

“Tax the Rich” Plan Explodes

Posted on Oct 26, 2015

“You don’t pay taxes, taxes get taken. You get your pay, money gone.  That ain’t paying taxes, that’s a jack.” Chris Rock, comedian, 1 percenter The popular election meme of “tax the rich” for social justice is a deftly practiced and … Continue reading