David Stockman’s recent column is hitting every corner of the internets lately: Sundown in America. I would urge everyone to read it, but be wary of these three problems with it: Stockman calls us to raising taxes, where a better solution (since raising taxes is not a solution, as revenues will never get us close…Details
And The Man has been busy, indeed. The problem with me giving this up and starting again is that I can reliably know that either nothing has changed or things have gotten worse. I have a little collection about the goings on of the state I have been archiving for RIGHT NOW… If you are…Details
Started this book last night, already 100 pages in and love it: The introduction explains all that I needed to know about the book to see my own failings in adherence to our Creator. Pride and pretending I am immortal will destroy me much faster than anything anyone else could do to me. Pick up…Details
“It is almost a false argument to say we have a spending problem.”
– Rep. Nancy Pelosi
Glenn Greenwald entertains this week for your lecture of the week, explaining how, during the last two presidencies, rule of law has given way to the system that we presently accept as the new normal. No longer is the Bill of Rights an assurance against tyranny, and step-by-step, we are turning toward the policies of…Details
If you think you like country and you don’t know who Chris LeDoux is, you ought to be punched in the throat. Unless you are a girl.
Goin’ and a Blowin’
Flight of the Conchords today!
Bret You Got It Goin’ On:
A Kiss Is Not a Contract:
Think About It:
You Are the Most Beautiful Girl:
HipHopoppotamus vs. Rhymenocerous
in many cases today is to teach WHAT to think, not HOW to think. Conformity and docility are the number one aim of most teachers, because order in the classroom is generally considered to be a prerequisite of actually, you know, teaching stuff. However, there is serious argument to be made as to these aims,…Details