Don’t say wut?

Much has been made of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill. The bill seeks to make sure parents are kept in the loop regarding any health care offered to their children through the school system. The bill also makes it harder for children to be taught about gender identity and homosexuality before third grade. It is likely the bill’s… Read More Don’t say wut?

There is no “I” in the Great Reset

Russia has become the most sanctioned country in the world. This week, more global corporations announced they would shutter or suspend their business in Russia. Goldman Sachs says it’s leaving, and YouTube won’t let Russian creators monetize their videos. In the global economy, it is difficult to inflict harm on your enemies without affecting yourself or your allies. So, it is hard to… Read More There is no “I” in the Great Reset


The strong do what they will. The weak do what they must. – Thucydides  Ukraine is an engineered distraction. The one-sided nature and macro-economic-lockstep-talking-point propaganda makes this clear. This does not mean that there is not a real bombing of Kharkiv. It does not mean that innocent civilian populations are not having their livelihoods decimated. It… Read More Schwerpunkt

The digital Iron Curtain

One of the strange new battlegrounds in modern warfare is cyberspace. Ukrainian officials asked for all Russian domains to be disconnected from the internet. Russia is doing the same, blocking Facebook and Twitter and cracking down on media outlets that deviate from the government’s approved reporting.  Cryptocurrency exchanges were also asked to block Russian accounts.  But CEO of Gab, Andrew Torba wrote… Read More The digital Iron Curtain

Surprised by forgiveness

As the church year flowed into the season of Lent, we remembered a long essay, written last year in Comment magazine. Writer Joseph Keegin details his journey, searching for a way to forgive his belligerent and abusive father. After pouring through Greek philosophers, Stoics and even Eastern religions, Keegin concluded that theories about forgiveness always involved selfish motivations.… Read More Surprised by forgiveness