A Podcast Experiment

I picked up my iPad tonight and threw together this podcast. Sound quality is not perfect, but it’s audible. This is an experiment to see what might be possible in this medium. Let me know what you think. Listen to “An Experiment” on Spreaker. Share This Post: In My World 0 Tweet Нравится

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

On The Temptations of Politics

Next to the defeat of Clinton and the consequent derailment of her globalist, left-wing agenda, the best thing about the election season is that it’s over. Trump won, and from here out we will return to the daily grind of governing and being governed. Even if the new normal entails endless protests from disgruntled children […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

Daddy Issues, or How to Make the World Safe for Femininity

People ask me what it’s like to be the only man in a home with three women. I tell them it’s fine, it just means that at any given moment, there is a 50 percent chance that somebody is crying. Sure, I’m joking, but, you know, joking in the sense of saying something completely accurate. […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

Trump: A Post-Win Ramble

Trump’s win has created a lot of confusion.  In some cases tears have been shed. That’s not surprising. When Donald Trump ascended that platform to claim victory in the Presidential election, he dealt a blow to something millions cherish. The punch he landed wasn’t enough to kill, but it was for sure the toughest punch […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

As the Father of Daughters, I Must Vote Trump

My oldest daughter recently took on the chore of emptying the dishwasher every morning. She’s still a little short to reach the upper cabinets, so she hauls a step stool into the kitchen to complete her task. This morning as we were all preparing for the day, she was perched up there, putting away the […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

How to Get Woke

I’m not a big one for slang. Maybe I was when I was younger. I don’t remember. But, these days, you’ll find me expressing myself at most times in standard English. It won’t be a surprise to you if you’ve followed me here or on Twitter for any length of time that I find most […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

The Stories a Desperate People Tell

One reason they call it popular culture is that its popular, really, really popular. The artifacts of our media-saturated and consumeristic society are everywhere. In our time, there is an unreality for everyone. No niche remains overlooked. No lifestyle, no matter how dangerous, no interest, no matter how depraved, goes unserved by the masters of […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

Things Are Just As Fragile As You Fear

For the least several years, I have taken the time to binge watch each season of the “The Walking Dead.” It’s not a great show. But, I’m into it now and I want to know if these people are ever going to get out of the mess they’re in, so I’ll probably stick with it. […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

Lost Boys and the Value of a Punch to the Face

Last week at karate class my instructor said he had “something different” for me. Then, he put on some sparing gloves and punched me in the face. Well, that was different. The punch was nowhere as damaging as it could have been. A punch to the face from a black belt with lots of practice […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →

Father Hunger is Destroying Civilization

The modern world creates all manner of spiritual and emotional disease. People everywhere suffer needlessly from the arrangements we inhabit. Loneliness, despair and every kind of dissipation characterize our every breath. “Don’t worry”, we are constantly told. The modern world, it knows the cure, we are assured. The prescription, of course, is more of the […]

Share This Post:

0
Continue reading →