Month: July 2011
Morality must be the central drive and instinct, the principled impulse, that requires the Patriot heart to act in defense of liberty. We will never have a good nation, if we first, are not good and moral ourselves.
Children are life’s greatest challenge and joy, the dichotomy of anguish and exaltation, and the embodiment of innocence. Rick Santorum can tell you all about that, he has 7 kids of his own.
Mamet is clearly a writer of great skill and intellect, but the power in this book is its love; the love of America and her history, the love of family, religion, traditions and the things that define human civilization as a thing unique and resilient, and finally, Mamet’s love of the American culture.
Government has become the great deceiver; offering, in the great tradition of the Dragon, to provide equal outcomes, a leveled playing field, the end of stress and competition, and cradle to grave support.
I love best, of all of the LOTR characters, Gandalf, who, while bellowing “You shall not pass!”, bars the evil Balrog from its deadly course in the corridors of Moria.
Dreams are like the Smooties of the psyche. A lot of stuff goes in-not random stuff, but the events, thoughts, and sensory experiences that make up our days.
Christian Churches of France were targeted in an effort to destroy the faith of its citizens. The physical structures were secularized, and the leaders of the Church were mocked and defiled.
We have no choice but to be the “adults in the room.” We must be in control. Acting with self-mastery and principle is the emblem of a truly liberated generation.
This week a ______ (screener, cake decorator, dog walker) for the TSA was caught _____ (pleasuring, gesticulating, masticating) himself as he viewed full-body ______ (scans, crab cakes, pantyhose) of _____ ( female, Canadian, Van Halen fan ) passengers. There has been widespread public______ (outrage, souvlaki, ping pong) over this story.
I just don’t see the hungry people. These summertime freeloader feasts are frequented not by the famished and faint, but by the fat and flourishing.