If you want to begin to understand the character of a person you can observe a few things about them. 1) How do they treat people of a higher social class?2) How do they treat those of a lower social class?3) Who are the people that they choose to surround themselves with?4) Who are the… Continue reading On hope, judgement and being judgmental in today’s world
Harry S Truman had a sign on his desk that read, “The Buck Stops Here”. He said it let people know that there would be no more passing of responsibility, no more dodging the work required. It was both promise and warning. The funny thing is, the sign point outward towards those looking at the… Continue reading The Buck Stops Here
There was a time when the idea of a woman wearing anything other than a dress to Church or School would have been considered outrageous. The conservative among them would have cited scripture, tradition, “morality”, etc in defense of the requirement. A woman who did not do these things would have been termed “loose” or… Continue reading There was a time
“I must study Politicks and War that my sons may have liberty to study Mathematicks and Philosophy. My sons ought to study mathematicks and philosophy, geography, natural history, naval architecture, navigation, commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, musick, architecture, statuary, tapestry, and porcelaine.” John Adams, Letter… Continue reading Why, when, how.
I had a bit of an argument with a liberal friend of mine the other day. She was confused over comments Ammon Bundy had made toward President Trump the other day. I asked her why she was confused. I did not expect her response. ***Please keep in mind, while you read my summation below, that… Continue reading Perspective from the front lines
I previously touched on erasing our past in my letter to my liberal friends. I’d like to expand on that concept a bit, kind of explain where more of that came from. In addition to erasing people from the past, or changing their roles, we’ve been on a kick to tear down old monuments. Naturally… Continue reading Monuments to a better future
Back when I was selling phones I used to try and share with my employees that one of my best selling tools was the cup of coffee that I perpetually had in front of me. They would look at me in disbelief. You see, a cup of coffee is a normalizing object. It’s a modern… Continue reading A cup of coffee
Yes, this is a test. Imagine that annoying beep.
Doughnuts are bread. Bread machines make bread. Bread machines make doughnuts. This right here is how we make the world a better place, people. #doughnutnotdonut
Dear friends of the Left, Please stop messing with history. I get that you often advocate for things like changing the names of sports teams, landmark and cultural sites in an effort to be more sensitive to certain segments of our society that have been deliberately ignored or typecast. Honestly, in terms of renaming things… Continue reading An open letter to all my liberal left friends