The Eight General Strategies

The Eight General Strategies

We are floating through quite a fascinating confluence of time and space: After the intelligence community failed in their coup attempt against former President Trump, the political rival of said “Orange Man” is prosecuting him for “crimes” that have seemingly been...
The Depth of the Political Divide

The Depth of the Political Divide

Robert Nisbet was an interesting thinker.  The first book of his that I read was History of the Idea of Progress.  I just finished Twilight of Authority (with a slight treatment over on substack), and I want to expand on what I got out of the book – mostly from...
Your Final Solution

Your Final Solution

THE FOLLOWING, IS AN INTERVIEW WITH AN UNNAMED GOVERNMENT AGENT. WELL, NOT REALLY.  THIS IS NOT THE LEX FRIEDMAN PODCAST.  YOU CERTAINLY SHOULD NOT LOG IN NOW TO HEAR THIS. AMERICA IS HOWEVER, FOR SALE.  SO YOU MAY AS WELL BE ENTERTAINED WHILE END TIMES ARE UPON US....
Driving Miss Daisy

Driving Miss Daisy

The sad part about all of this is the likelihood one of these ends up in my house. This is my review of Abnormal Darth Pivo Dark Czech Lager: Once upon a time I got my hands on a copy of Car and Driver, and they famously published an article on the dangers of texting...
There’s Stubborn… And Then There’s Savannah Stubborn

There’s Stubborn… And Then There’s Savannah Stubborn

I first met Jim Dotson in the fall of 1990.  If the phrase “larger than life” ever applied to anyone, Jim was a candidate: a bear of a man, he had served as a Marine in Korea before attending Clemson on the G.I. Bill and playing on the football team (this was the...