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Aug 13, 2021
General Patton: Could He Be Woke?
Like today's young people, General George Patton didn't quite fit in with his era either: He was a classical warrior trapped in a 20th century body, and he couldn't quite relate. Patton excelled by rebelling against it, living his 19th century Wild West lifestyle in the 1940s.

Jun 16, 2021
Citizen Trump: Not a Jesus but More Like a John the Baptist
Our media is just Marxism plus 24-hour news cycles. ...

Jun 1, 2021
Trump and the Fog of Media Warfare: All's Not Quiet on The Front
News ratings are down everywhere (as Trump predicted they would be) and the fog of war (like the media fog) means casualties are all around, the unintended consequences of 24-hour news cycle assaults on the authority of the presidency.

May 27, 2021
Addicted to Trump: Why the Media Can't Quit the Ex-President
Maybe Joe Biden was "onto" something when he called a reporter a "junkie?" American Media is addicted to conflict, drama, and "bad guys." Blame is the game: drama requires enemies.

Feb 22, 2021
Never Forget: Washington's Trials Gave Us Our Great Nation
In our highly charged political world, it would be wise to not only give the great general and president his due, but to remember those few thousand faithful soldiers, a timely snow and heavy fog. Without them there would be no United States of America.

Feb 17, 2021
End Entanglements, Honor Free Speech, Secure Borders to Reestablish US
We need to establish a self-representative government, end foreign entanglements, honor freedom of speech and assembly and shore up our national borders.

Feb 12, 2021
Tom Brady: Surviving the Identity Politics Blitz
Last weekend, like millions of Americans, I watched Tom Brady win another Super Bowl. In doing so, the legendary quarterback provided America a timely message that our culture desperately needs. And he did so without having to take a knee.

Aug 7, 2019
Rutger Hauer Portrayed 'Blade Runner' Villain as Tragic Clown
As I read of Rutger Hauer’s recent death, I was transported to a rain-soaked rooftop and an unforgettable scene of sci-fi dystopia in "Blade Runner" (1982).

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